Homeland Shopping FAQ
We find it helpful when shopping Homeland to make a list of everything you’re shopping for together with all the coupons you plan on using. Having both those things at hand will help keep you organized so that you don’t miss something you wanted to purchase or forget to use a coupon on something you did.
Here at ConsumerQueen we post two different match-ups for Homeland. We post the Metro (expanded) ad match-ups for stores located in and around the OKC area and the Rural (basic) ad for out lying cities and towns.
If you’re new to Homeland you may have some questions. Below are some FAQ to hopefully make shopping at Homeland a little more clearer.
Q: On what day does the new Homeland ad start?
A: The Homeland ad runs from Wednesday thru the following Tuesday.
Q: Homeland publishes two different ads. How do I know which ad covers my area?
A: The basic (or Rural) Homeland ad covers Madill, Chickasha, Cleveland, Haskell, Henryetta, Jay, Marietta, Nowata, Okemah, Pauls Valley, Perry and Seminole. All other stores should be using the expanded (or Metro) ad. If your area has a Homeland and you’re still not sure which ad match-ups to follow, CLICK this link and when you locate the ad for your store compare it to both the ad match-ups and you should be able to tell which one includes your Homeland.
Q: Does Homeland double coupons?
A: Yes, all Homeland stores double coupons. Most only double one identical coupon per family, per day. For example, if you have (3) $1.00/1 Tide detergent coupons and you buy 3 Tide detergents, only the first coupon will double to $2.00. The other other two will just be $1.00 off each. Some Homeland stores will double more than one identical coupon. Those stores are listed here.
Q: Does Homeland allow stacking of coupons?
A: Yes, Homeland will allow the use of a store coupon + a manufacturer’s coupon on one item.
Q: Will Homeland accept coupons with other store’s logos if they are manufacturer’s coupons?
A: At this time Homeland will not accept coupons that mention another store on them or have another store’s logo.
Q: Will I need a store loyalty card to get sale prices?
A: You’ll need to sign up for a Homeland ONE card to get sale prices AND to have your coupons double.
Q: How do I sign up for a Homeland ONE card?
A: You can get a ONE card at your local Homeland store, just visit customer service or a cashier for an application.
Q: What are fuel rewards?
A: Although not all Homelands have fuel stations you can earn fuel rewards at all stores. You’ll earn 5¢ per gallon in fuel rewards savings for every $50 of qualifying purchases using your ONE card. The savings are automatically loaded to your ONE card and you’ll get 5¢ off per gallon when you swipe your card at participating fuel stations. Homeland will also occasionally run sales in which you can earn fuel rewards for purchasing participating products without having to spend $50.
Participating fuel stations and instructions for signing up are listed here.
Q: When Homeland has a 10/$10.00 sale do I have to buy 10 to get the sale price?
A. Nope, during these sales all of the participating items are priced at $1.00 ea. and you can buy as many as you want at that price.
Q: How does a BOGO free sale work at Homeland?
A: When Homeland has a BOGO free sale both items are rung up at 1/2 price instead of the first item at full price and the second at zero. This allows you to purchase only one item at 1/2 price if you want. For more information, CLICK this link to view our post on Homeland BOGO free sales.
Q. Does Homeland issue rainchecks?
A. Yes they do! Remember though, if you ask for more than one of the same item on your raincheck you’ll have to buy them all when you use it. They won’t allow you to keep your raincheck for use later. For example, if you ask for a raincheck for 5 boxes of Cheerios, you’ll have to buy all you want up to 5, in one transaction and turn in your raincheck.
Q. When Homeland has a “Buy 5, get $5.00 off” at the register or a similar promo can I do more than one deal in a transaction?
A. Yes you can. For example, if they are offering $5.00 off when you buy 5 Quaker products, you can buy 10 and get $10 off. Just remember though, Homeland has a limit of how many identical coupons they will double so if you need to use several of the same coupons for the deals it might be better to do separate transactions.
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