There is a new coupon to print: $0.75 off any one (1) REACH toothbrush but I wanted to point out some fine print wording that is new
We’ve seen “Available at Walmart” on coupons for a long time and the rule of thumb has always been that this is a suggestion (even confirmed by Coupons.com themselves) however we have a coupon with some funky wording that honestly has my heart sinking.
This $0.75 off any one (1) REACH toothbrush has the following verbiage:
“Good for any Reach Toothbrush sold at Walmart” and “Consumer: Redeem at Walmart stores.”
I think they’ve made it as clear as possible without it saying “Walmart Store Coupon” that it is only valid at Walmart.
Here is where it starts to get really grey. Some stores accept local competitor manufacturer coupons and this would technically be acceptable at those stores. Most likely those stores will not be reimbursed for this coupon – so knowing that they would be unknowingly taking a loss on the coupon should we still attempt to redeem it?
Edited to add: Couponers are the ones who made the rule about the word “ONLY”. I have reached out to Reach and Dr. Fresh regarding this coupon to get in writing, their intention.
That’s one of those ethical couponing questions we need to answer for ourselves.
What do you think about the changes in this verbiage?