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Dollar General updated their coupon policy for the first time in years… but they leave so many questions unanswered and couponing much more confusing.
First Major update: Limit of 5 identical coupons per household per day, if no limit specified on coupon. 
This is in an effort to prevent clearing of shelves on the first day of the sale.
Coupon overages will only be applied to the store merchandise remaining in the transaction and cannot be applied to gift cards, pre-paid money cards, phone cards, alcohol, or tobacco. Other restrictions may apply. Cash back will not be given.
No more cash back for coupons. Dollar General is cracking down.
Here is the really confusing part:  In all situations, Dollar General reserves the right to:
Limit purchase quantities to typical retail purchase quantities and to exclude resellers/dealers.
Not accept coupons over a certain dollar amount, as well as above a certain threshold as it relates to the total transaction.
Remove any coupon or offer for any reason, including both manufacturer coupons and store discounts.
These leave many questions that need to be answered. What is the Dollar Amount DG may refuse? What is the threshold for the transaction? Why give a store discount just to possibly take it away because the manager wants to?
READ FULL POLICY HERE
Thanks @Couponsinthenews

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