But what about the big Walgreens logo on it?!?!? While that may seen problematic at first, you’ll notice the words “Redeemable at” appear directly above it. Those two little words make the coupon valid at the Commissary. They will accept manufacturer coupons from other retailers as long as they state “Redeem at” or “Redeemable at” and not “Redeem only at”. You can view their Facebook note about this here. You might even want to print it out and keep it in your binder or box in case you run into a problem.
I had no problem at Clear Creek, but Warrior Way was hesitant to accept mine once. After I explained about the DECA Facebook page they took it no problem, but the cashier made a comment about how it was unfair because they wouldn’t get the money. I explained to her that they would be reimbursed by the manufacturer and she seemed shocked so I pointed out the coupon elements to her and explained it. This note was published in August of 2010 so I think they have had time to see if they are getting reimbursed or not. As long as I know they are getting their money this is a benefit I plan to continue using!
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