Giant Eagle’s New Coupon Policy

We received this from Giant Eagle. Here is the most recent coupon policy.


  • The coupon has a valid expiration date and has not expired.
  • 1 coupon per item(s) purchased as stated on the coupon with a maximum of 12 coupons per same 12 items purchased.
  • Coupon value cannot exceed the price of the item(s) purchased.
  • The original coupon must be presented.  Photo copies will not be accepted.
  • Product must be purchased in sizes specified on the coupon.
  • Items must be purchased at the time of redemption.
  • If you forget to use your coupons at the time of purchase, we will accept them with your receipt and GEAC up to 7 days beyond the date on the receipt.

  Additional guidelines apply for the following forms of coupons:

E-Offer Coupons

  • Must be obtained from our designated website or approved third-party websites (approved third-party sites are listed on
  • eOffers must be clipped and loaded onto your Giant Eagle Advantage Card® prior to redemption.
  • eOffers are not subject to doubling.

Printed Internet coupons

  •    The coupon must be obtained from a legitimate site.
  •   We reserve the right to refuse any coupons that we believe to be photocopied, counterfeit or invalid for any other reason.
  •    Any coupon with a value over $3 will not be accepted except where advertised by Giant Eagle for a specific promotion.
  •   No “FREE” or “Buy One Get One Free” coupons will be accepted

CheckOut Coupons

  •   Only coupons that say ‘redeemable at Giant Eagle’ will be accepted.
  •   Are not subject to doubling

Giant Eagle Coupons

  •   Giant Eagle coupons must have a Giant Eagle, GetGo or Market District logo on the coupon.
  •   Are not subject to doubling.

  – We may choose to offer double value up to a stated amount where applicable when the following guidelines are met:

  •   Manufacturers’ coupons are doubled only with your Giant Eagle Advantage Card®
  • Redeem any manufacturer’s coupon with a valid expiration date, worth up to and including the stated maximum amount clipped from newspapers, magazines or received by mail and we’ll double the savings.
  • Coupons worth more than the stated maximum amount will be redeemed at face value only.
  • Cigarettes, tobacco and milk or any other items prohibited by law or the manufacturer are excluded.
  • Not valid on free coupons, eOffer coupons, Checkout coupons or Giant Eagle coupons.
  • This offer applies only to manufacturer product “cents-off” coupons for items and sizes we carry.

  If you have any other questions or comments please call Giant Eagle at
  1-800-553-2324, 7 days a week 9:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M.


    • ELLEN says


  1. Jen says

    Is the bogo printable a new policy? I thought that I had done it before?

    I heard that it is only a limit of 12 coupons of the same item that they are limiting not 12 total coupons.


        Just to clarify- you can use up to twelve coupons, but you need to purchase twelve items. One manufacturer coupon per item.

  2. Anonymous says

    just courious when the buy 1 get 1 free went into effect? I used one yesturday at the GE on Raff Rd and the cashier took it.

  3. Anonymous says

    It's only the INTERNET BOGO or FREE coupons that are not accepted. If you have a BOGO or FREE coupon from the paper or a magazine are able to use those.

  4. Anonymous says

    I went to the GE in the 30th St plaza last week to get toothpaste and was told I could only use 2 coupons per visit. She "confiscated" my 3rd coupon.

    • d says

      I work at a Giant Eagle and i have never heard of taking someone’s coupon away from them!! I would have asked for a manager. They are a corporate store and their policy is the same as ours, 12 coupons, not two!!!

  5. karen says

    I went to Giant Eagle on 30th Street recently and my coupons only doubled up to 99cents. So my 55cent off only went up 45cents, not $1.10. S o is
    that store specific? It doesn’t say in the policy.

    • Kiersten says

      I had this same problem yesterday (also at the 30th Street location)! I had a coupon for 80 cents off 3 boxes of Green Giant veggies ($3.00). It came off 80 cents scanned coupon and 20 cents doubled. I had three of the same coupon (different computers) and had this problem with two of them but not the third.

  6. Jessica says

    are E offers good for only one item at a time or can they be used on the same item with multiple purchases of that item? example: I am buying 2 razors with 2 4 off couponsx and i have an eoffer for 4 dollarsa off. would the 4 dollars from my eoffer be used on both razors?


      Hi Jessica- e Offers are a one time use. So in your scenario, the $4 e Offer will only be deducted once even though you are purchasing two razors.

  7. Aimee says

    Hi, Ok, this may be a stupid question…but, no where in the coupon policy does it state that internet coupons will be doubled. I know that they have been in the past, however, with this rewrite, it only states that doubling will be applied to manufacturers coupons clipped from the newspaper, magazine or recieved by mail. Anyone know for sure? Thanks, Aimee from Ravenna

  8. Jessica says

    Ok, so I am trying to find out about the eoffers. I know that you can only use it for one item in that purchase, but if you were to ring up two or more different transactions, would it come off of the second one also or is it you use it and its done?

  9. Sarah says

    EOffers would be WONDERFUL if you could use them more than once….. Your only option though is to clip it, buy it and save – once. GE just reloaded their eoffers 2 days ago so if you haven’t clipped recently you can go and reclip !

  10. Carrie says

    The other day I used a BOGO coupon. I also had a $3 off coupon. They would not allow me to use the $3 off coupon in addition to the BOGO coupon. Is that correct?


      There is not a policy for B1G1 in place – so if the manager says that’s the way it is, that’s the way it is. Hearing this more and more.

  11. Patricia Arnett says

    Have seen were people were able to use more than one coupon on an item. Never tried it but will ge let u use more than one on an item if they are different coupons. Say one from the paper and another you printed.

  12. Heather O says

    So does this statement mean they will not adjust down the coupon price?
    Coupon value cannot exceed the price of the item(s) purchased.

  13. Heather O says

    I wish these things were outlined too:

    What doubling means? Store vary in the definition!

    Catalina deals – are they calculated on shelf/sale price. VERY confusing! Store personnel doesn’t even know!!!

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