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Davii4smom 2,191 July 29, 2008 at 07:06 PM in Grocery (2)
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Last Edited by mommyforella May 30, 2010 at 06:51 AM
I got 10% bonus FoodPerks after watching the whole video. You can also refer friends for extra bonus.

Must have your advantage card number to register.

http://www.get-go.com/Article.aspx?cntid=197275


foodperks!™ Promotional Terms & Conditions
A Giant Eagle Advantage Card® is required to participate. Limit one foodperks!™ discount reward per household. Households that have previously received a foodperks!™ reward are ineligible for additional foodperks!™ discount rewards. Tell-a-Friend rewards are applied to your Giant Eagle Advantage Card® when your referred Friend visits foodperks.com and watches the foodperks!™ video to completion. Tell-a-Friend rewards are based on availability and are subject to change. Giant Eagle® reserves the right to discontinue the reward and this promotion at any time. foodperks!™ rewards will expire three months after the last day of the month in which they’re earned. Limit one foodperks!™ coffee reward per household. Rewards for a free 12 oz. cup of GetGo® coffee expire 14 days from the date loaded on to the Giant Eagle Advantage Card® and is redeemable only at participating GetGo® locations. foodperks!™ discounts are redeemable at participating Giant Eagle®, Market District® and Giant Eagle Express® stores only. foodperks!™ discounts are applied to net purchases after all other discounts (coupons, Giant Eagle Advantage Card® discounts, etc.). Rewards have no cash value.



foodperks!™ is a program much like fuelperks!®, except it allows you to earn discounts on grocery purchases at Giant Eagle® by pumping gas at GetGo®. For every 10 gallons of fuel you pump, you earn a 1% discount on a future visit to Giant Eagle®!
All pumped gallons qualify toward foodperks!™ discounts, including gallons you pump with your fuelperks!® discounts.

In fact, by combining your foodperks!™ and fuelperks!® discounts, you can maximize your savings on both fuel and food.

Every ounce of fuel you pump counts. When you pump fuel in an amount less than 10 gallons, this amount is counted toward discounts earned the next time you pump fuel. If you pump more than 10 gallons, but fewer than 20, you will immediately earn your 1% discount, and the balance will be held over toward your next fill-up.

We keep track for you. Like fuelperks!®, you can find how much of a foodperks!™ discount you’ve earned and how many gallons you have pumped toward your next discount on your participating Giant Eagle® or GetGo® receipt.

Your discounts expire three months after the last day of the month in which they are earned (for example, discounts earned in February 2010 expire on May 31, 2010). Your receipt tells you if any of your discounts expire at the end of the current month.

When you check out at Giant Eagle®, Giant Eagle Express® or Market District®, you’ll be asked if you want to use your foodperks!™ or save them for a future visit. If you choose to use your foodperks!™, your discount will be calculated after all other reductions (coupons, Giant Eagle Advantage Card® discounts, etc.) are made.

Your maximum redeemable discount is 20%. Discounts may only be redeemed on any single transaction totaling no more than $300 in qualified items after coupons and Giant Eagle Advantage Card® discounts are applied. Any remaining percentage in excess of 20% may be used on a future shopping trip. The larger your shopping order, the more you save. foodperks!™ discounts cannot be applied toward the purchase of gift cards.

You cannot transfer foodperks!™ discounts to another Giant Eagle Advantage Card® account.

If you have any other questions about foodperks!™, please read the Official Rules and Regulations or call 1-800-553-2324.





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Info can be found here on the new Giane Eagle credit card available in NE Ohio:

http://forums.slickdeals.net/showthread.php?sduid=273041&t=882401


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Heluva Good Sour Cream is 2/$3 this week. Here's a 75c coupon [heluvagood.com], making it FREE.
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I wonder if the Honey Bunches-just bunches is in stores yet. Sometimes it takes awhile for them to carry new items. Anyone know?

Also the Kellogg's coupon was $1 off produce, when you buy 2 kelloggs.
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its storewide per a CSP at mine. it came down from corporate that people have been committing coupon fraud with IPs with both free and buy 1 get 1 free. so now they will not accept neither. im in ohio btw and my store knows me very well so i know they aren't making it up.
Lady D, which stores in Ohio so you shop at? was this for all IPs or just free and/or bogo?
One of the locally owned stores in NE Ohio has a sign up that they are no longer accepting any IPQs.
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No frees or bogos I was told because of coupon fraud.
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Lady D, which stores in Ohio so you shop at? was this for all IPs or just free and/or bogo?
One of the locally owned stores in NE Ohio has a sign up that they are no longer accepting any IPQs.
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No frees or bogos I was told because of coupon fraud.
I live in NEO, and was ready for trouble with my Kraft qs because my friend who lives about a half hour away had trouble with her qs at her store. The thing about the Kraft qs is that GE had signs up advertising this promo, so there was going to be trouble if they refused to accept the qs they promoted, while the signs for the promo were still up by the cheese. I guess this depends which stores you shop at, because some are privately owned and some are corporate. We have two in my town, and one is a company store and the other private. They are both nice stores, but the privately owned one goes out of its way a bit more to offer excellent CS.
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If my store didn't take a B1g1 coupons - I would contact the corporate headquarters. Because I use B1G1 coupons at Giant Eagle daily.

A coupon policy is for the whole company - not just regional or per store.
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If my store didn't take a B1g1 coupons - I would contact the corporate headquarters. Because I use B1G1 coupons at Giant Eagle daily.

A coupon policy is for the whole company - not just regional or per store.
Mine will take BOGO coupons...just not IP BOGO. Honestly, it's getting like that at a lot of stores now. I wish companies would stop sending BOGOs that appear to be printables. I think some of them do it on purpose, though. Big Grin
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Scratchhead I have heard some of my neighborhood friends talk about a coupon for free Doritos. Somebody said that "you can print out as many as you want and it's completely free". I didn't even ask questions or want the coupon to be e-mailed to be--- I stayed way far away from that coupon, sounds too hot for me. I wonder if this coupon has really got Giant Eagle hammered and that's the reason they are cracking down?

Slow week for me at Giant Eagle, did not order coupons, I have a few oyno's to burn so I'll get milk and meat but that' it for this week. Nice to have a break, Rite Aid is keeping me plenty busy.
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Scratchhead I have heard some of my neighborhood friends talk about a coupon for free Doritos. Somebody said that "you can print out as many as you want and it's completely free". I didn't even ask questions or want the coupon to be e-mailed to be--- I stayed way far away from that coupon, sounds too hot for me. I wonder if this coupon has really got Giant Eagle hammered and that's the reason they are cracking down?

Slow week for me at Giant Eagle, did not order coupons, I have a few oyno's to burn so I'll get milk and meat but that' it for this week. Nice to have a break, Rite Aid is keeping me plenty busy.
I could be wrong, but I think that is the coupon I saw posted at Shop n Save as do not take. Underneath that picture I saw a note telling cashiers not to accept any FREE or BOGO coupons from the internet.

I don't blame them a single bit.
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If my store didn't take a B1g1 coupons - I would contact the corporate headquarters. Because I use B1G1 coupons at Giant Eagle daily.

A coupon policy is for the whole company - not just regional or per store.

BOGO coupons yes. BOGO IP coupons...no.

Here is there policy on this.

Coupon Policy
Manufacturers' Coupons

Redeem any manufacturer's coupon clipped from newspapers, magazines or received by mail as long as:

Coupon is not expired
1 coupon per item(s) purchased as stated on the coupon
Coupon value cannot exceed the price of the item(s) purchased
Original coupons only; no photo copies
Product must be purchased in sizes specified on the coupon
eOffer coupons
Must be obtained from our legitimate web site, mobile site or approved third-party web sites (approved third-party sites are listed on gianteagle.com/eoffers).
eOffers must be clipped and loaded onto your Giant Eagle Advantage Card® at time of redemption.
Are not subject to doubling.

Printed Internet coupons

Coupon must be obtained from a legitimate site — counterfeit coupons will not be accepted - photo copies will not be accepted.
We reserve the right to refuse any coupons that we believe to be fraudulent.
Each coupon must have a valid expiration date on it.
Any coupon with a value over $3 will not be accepted.
No "FREE" coupons will be accepted including buy one get one free.

Check Out Coupons
Will be treated like manufacturers' coupons - we will accept only coupons that say ‘redeemable at Giant Eagle®
Giant Eagle® coupons
Are not subject to doubling.
Must have a Giant Eagle®, GetGo® or Market District® logo on the coupon.

Double Coupons

From time to time we may choose to offer double value on manufacturers' coupons. The guidelines are:

Manufacturers' coupons are doubled only with your Giant Eagle Advantage Card®.
Redeem any manufacturer's coupon with a valid expiration date, worth up to and including the stated amount of 99¢, clipped from newspapers, magazines or received by mail and we'll double the savings. Coupons worth more than the stated amount will be redeemed at face value only.
Items must be purchased at the time of redemption.
Limit one manufacturer's coupon per item(s) purchased as stated on the coupon.
Cigarettes, tobacco and milk or any other items prohibited by law are excluded from this offer.
Not valid on free coupons or Giant Eagle® coupons.
The value of the doubled coupon cannot exceed the price of the item(s).
You must purchase product in sizes specified on the coupon.
This offer applies only to manufacturer products "cents-off" coupons for items and sizes we carry.
eOffer coupons are not subject to doubling.
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Scratchhead I have heard some of my neighborhood friends talk about a coupon for free Doritos. Somebody said that "you can print out as many as you want and it's completely free". I didn't even ask questions or want the coupon to be e-mailed to be--- I stayed way far away from that coupon, sounds too hot for me. I wonder if this coupon has really got Giant Eagle hammered and that's the reason they are cracking down?

Slow week for me at Giant Eagle, did not order coupons, I have a few oyno's to burn so I'll get milk and meat but that' it for this week. Nice to have a break, Rite Aid is keeping me plenty busy.
Yup...Doritos coupon is as fake as they come. There have been multiple warnings issued from Frito Lay about this one and it's posted at every grocery and chain store in my area. In case you want more info, you can read about it here [fritolay.com]. OMG
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Did you happen to read the target thread regarding the divaforcoupons aka Jaime. Her YT link has been taken down, but wow- printable P&Gs, $10 off bounty, other Qs that I had never heard of, and coupon abuse-CWS. Had to see the video - was filmed at a Target while she was shopping. She was reported to not only target LP / corp, but to Bud. I see big changes in many places from this person's (a$$hat) fraudulent actions Frown



her blog http://divaforcoupons.blogspot.com/
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