Most stores accept printable coupons, including Scott’s printable coupons; however, the store’s coupon policy ultimately determines acceptance of any coupon. Most stores, including Walmart and Target, publish their coupon policies online on their official websites.Continue Reading
For example, Walmart’s coupon policy states that it accepts valid printable coupons in both color and black-and-white print, and Walmart also accepts “buy one, get one free” coupons with a specified price, as of 2015. Target’s coupon policy says that the store gladly accepts valid Internet coupons but does not take printable coupons for free items.
To accept printed coupons, most stores require that the coupons customers present have the words “manufacturer’s coupon” printed on them and bear valid manufacturers' addresses for remittance. The coupons must have scannable bar codes and expiration dates. Photocopies of coupons are not eligible for redemption.Learn more about Coupons & Sales