Ferguson & Hassler Coupon Policy
- 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
- Customer must purchase the item in the exact size specified on the coupon.
- Expired coupons will not be honored
- If the doubled value is higher than the price of the item, the coupon will be redeemed for the price of the item.
- Double coupon offer is limited to one coupon per item.
- Coupons for free items, cigarette coupons, and coupons not for a specific manufacturer's brand will be redeemed at face value.
- Coupons appearing in the advertisements of other retailers will not be redeemed.
- Milk, tobacco, and items prohibited by law are excluded from this policy.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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