I’m a Dollar General superfan – I explain a MAJOR coupon change and why you may no longer see the $5 off $25 #Dollar #General #superfan #explain #MAJOR #coupon #change #longer Welcome to Viasildes, here is the new story we have for you today:
YOU may not be able to get a certain 20% coupon discount at Dolllar General anymore.
A superfan with more than 30,000 subscribers on YouTube posted a detailed video about changes in coupons being offered at the discount retailer.
A superfan reveals how to check your coupon deals at Dollar GeneralCredit: YouTube/Coupon Club
Known as Coupon Club, the content creator said in her video that she would at least temporarily not be posting any $5 off $25 breakdowns and warned Dollar General shoppers to look carefully at the coupons they may be receiving from the store.
She added that after her last couple of posts “a lot of people have been commenting that they have not been receiving the $5 off $25, the $5 off $35 or $10 off $50 coupons.”
She did urge shoppers to check their Dollar General accounts, however.
The YouTuber claimed that since she last posted a video “all those coupons have since been removed from my account and then added back to my account.”
She added, “when they were added back to my account, I got different coupons than I had before.”
Coupon Club says even the verbiage tied to the discount coupons “has changed.”
Dollar General coupon change
To look into this yourself, access your account and head to the Wallet Tab located at the bottom.
Once there, at the top she said to look at the “My Deals” section, adding there will be a row marked “Just For You.”
She shared that there will be a “zero” in the field, making you think you may not have any reward coupons but she said to click on the plus button to the right.
You may see one or two “Just For You” rewards available.
If you do, click on the “Explore All” button.
That will reveal the coupons you have in your account.
She claimed that most of the $5 off $25 coupons she had were removed and instead replaced with $3 off $15 coupons.
The superfan said those $3 off $15 coupons are different from some of the others including the $5 off $25 or $35 because they can be used on any day of the week, whereas the larger amounts can only be used on Saturdays.
Coupon Club also pointed out that the language on the $5 off $35 coupon has changed.
She read it from a current coupon she had, which said: “Must present coupon to the cashier $35 dollars or more (pretax) after all discounts applied. Limit one per person. This coupon cannot be combined with any other Dollar Store coupons.”
She said that is a red flag as it’s different from the past when other coupons could be combined in certain instances.
She urged shoppers to be mindful when applying any coupons they may have.
The YouTube comments were positive for the most part.
One read: “Girl, you’re a lifesaver. Thank you so much for telling us…”
Another chimed in, “I’m pretty new to all of this but have already accumulated a small stockpile and saved SO much money.”
“My husband and I have 10 children and couponing has helped our family of 12 immensely!! Thank you for all you share with us!”
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