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They have their policy right on their website
Hy-Vee is happy to redeem your coupons. The following rules apply when accepting vendor coupons clipped from newspapers or magazines, received by mail, or obtained legitimately from the internet:
-The coupon must be legible.
-The coupon should have a scannable bar code (UPC) and a remittable manufacturer’s address.
-Coupons must have an expiration date and must be used within the stated time frame. Expired coupons will not be accepted.
-Only one vendor coupon per item will be accepted. However, a customer may use a vendor coupon in combination with a Hy-Vee coupon on the same item. (You can stack them)
-Coupon values that exceed the price of the item will not be accepted.
-Soft drink container caps will be accepted.
Due to increased fraud, the following two additional rules apply to internet coupons:
-Vendor coupons that involve any kind of free product will not be accepted, including “buy one, get one free” offers.
-A Store Director has authority to set monetary limitations (for example, $2.50 per coupon) for the acceptance of internet coupons at the Store Director’s store.