Here is the list of some of the most popular grocery stores with handy-dandy links to their coupon policies. Remember, many stores have a digital or “load to card” program which may not be mentioned in their policy. If your favorite store is not listed here, send me a message or reply below and I will add it.
Temporary note: Upon updating this list, I have discovered a few stores which said they have temporarily stopped accepting paper coupons for the health and safety of their staff. Most of these stores do have mobile and digital coupons, please make use of those. I will be fully updating this list with any new policies soon.
Aldi’s– Aldi stores do not generally accept any coupons. But there are sometimes specials that are described in the linked policy.
BJ’s Bj”s has temporarily suspended the use of paper coupons. You can use this link for mobile and digital coupons.
Costco- At this time Costco only accepts store coupons mailed and emailed to members, they do not accept manufacturer’s coupons.
Food 4 Less – This is their separate policy for their digital coupon program
Lidl – At this time, Lidl does not accept manufacturer’s coupon, but you can print store specific ones from their website here.
Trader Joe’s- Trader Joe’s has no official coupon policy, but the corporate office says they will accept any manufacturer’s coupon at face value for any in-store product.