The Meijer coupon policy now implies that mPerks coupons may be manufacturer coupons OR store coupons, depending on the terms stated on the coupon:
“Customers may use one manufacturer coupon (paper or digital) per item.”
“Customers may also combine one manufacturer coupon per item with applicable Meijer coupon(s) where allowed under coupon redemption terms.”
This has always been the case with mPerks (though in the past most mPerks coupons have been Meijer store coupons, with just a handful of General Mills manufacturer coupons thrown in on occasion). The written coupon policy is now much more specific about those terms, and it looks like more manufacturer coupons may now be added.
Here’s how you can tell whether an mPerks coupon is a manufacturer coupon or a Meijer coupon. Hover over terms and exclusions to read the fine print:
This is a Meijer Store Coupon:
This is a manufacturer coupon:
And this is a –? I’m not exactly sure what this means, as it doesn’t specify Meijer Discount Coupon or the manufacturer’s name. My gut tells me this is a stackable Meijer store coupon, but I’ll have to load a couple of these and do a test run to be sure:
Read the full Meijer Coupon Policy on the Meijer website.