Shopmium has announced a terms of service update to enforce their “stacking prevention policy,” which means that rebate requests for products where manufacturer coupons have been applied will be denied. Here are some more details on this update and what it means:
Furthermore, several retailer receipts don’t provide enough information to allow the Shopmium system to properly validate rebates. Therefore, they won’t be able to accept receipts from the following retailers and affiliated stores anymore: Kroger Company (Kroger, Harris Teeter, Ralphs, King Soopers, Fry’s, Fred Meyer), CVS/ Pharmacy, Publix, Meijer (see below for full list*).
* Baker’s Supermarkets, City Market, Copp’s, Dillons Food Stores, Dillons Marketplace, Fry’s Food & Drug, Foods Co., Food 4 Less, Fresh Market, Gerbes Super Markets, GreenWise, Jay C, Kwik Shop, Loaf ‘N Jug, Mariano’s, Metro Market, Owen’s, Pay Less Super Markets, Pick ‘n Save, Publix Sabor, QFC, Roundy’s, Ruler Foods, Scott’s, Smith’s, Smith’s Marketplace, Smith’s Express, Tom Thumb Food Stores, Turkey Hill Minit Markets
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