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Trader Joe’s Coupon Policy

If you like to shop at Trader Joe’s it is important to know that they don’t offer a weekly sales ad and they don’t offer store coupons or sales.  So they don’t have a sales cycle.  They have everyday low prices.  Here are some tips for ways to save.  Trader Joe’s offers a wide selection of Gluten Free and Organic Food options.

Trader Joe’s Coupon Policy:

  • They accept Manufacturer’s Coupons
  • They do not offer any sort of coupons or discounts for their private-label products.

From the website:

“Sale” is a four-letter word to us. We have low prices, every day. No coupons, no membership cards, no discounts. You won’t find any glitzy promotions or couponing wars at our stores. If it makes you feel any better, think of it as all our items are on sale, day in and day out.

Sign up for the Soapbox (Fearless Flyer) – either by email or direct mail.  Get first dibs on your neighborhood TJ’s: New items, grand openings and maybe even some recipes, online or on paper.

Check out our Gluten Free Resources on the blog too!

Comments

  1. Sandy says

    Trader Joes has some of the best prices on wine! Next to Aldi’s, they have some of the best prices on Rieslings.

    Also, at Christmastime, they have some of the most wonderful European Christmas items (gingerbread houses, cookies, etc). After Christmas, you can find their leftovers at Aldi’s!

  2. Teresa says

    My daughter’s teacher and I were just talking about how we love the prices at Trader Joe’s! I bought strawberry bars for the whole class for about $8. Whole grains and no HFCS!!

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