Ferguson & Hassler Coupon Policy

  1. With a purchase of $10.00 or more, we will redeem, at double face value, manufacturers coupons with the following provisions:
    • Coupons up to .50 will be redeemed at double value
    • Coupons over .50 will be redeemed for $1.00
    • Coupons with a value above $1.00 will be redeemed at face value
  2. Customer must purchase the item in the exact size specified on the coupon.
  3. Expired coupons will not be honored
  4. If the doubled value is higher than the price of the item, the coupon will be redeemed for the price of the item.
  5. Double coupon offer is limited to one coupon per item.
  6. Coupons for free items, cigarette coupons, and coupons not for a specific manufacturer’s brand will be redeemed at face value.
  7. Coupons appearing in the advertisements of other retailers will not be redeemed.
  8. Milk, tobacco, and items prohibited by law are excluded from this policy.
  9. Store coupons are excluded from this policy. This includes deli & meat coupons, coupons from our weekly email, mobile reward coupons, and store coupons from our website. This DOES NOT include internet coupons from Coupons.com.
  10. We only accept internet coupons from our website. This includes Ferguson & Hassler store coupons and coupons from Coupons.com. Coupons must be printed only from our website or from the large screen kiosk in our store.
  11. There is a maximum of 4 coupons per like item per order, unless the coupon specifies less. This is for all manufacturer, internet, store, and kiosk coupons.
    1. A customer may use up to 4 coupons per like item per transaction. This is true even if the coupon specifies a dollar amount that must be spent. This means that a coupon may specify “with a purchase of $25.00” and the customer may use 4 coupons for 4 like items with a purchase of $25.00. The customer does not need to spend $100.00 in order to use all four coupons.
    2. However, for coupons that say “$5.00 off a purchase of $100.00 or more”, there is a limit of 1 coupon per $100.00 purchase.
Attempting to redeem counterfeit or fraudulent coupons may lead to criminal prosecution