How To Use Coupons at ShopRite

How Do You Use Coupons at ShopRite

ShopRite is the largest retailer-owned cooperative in the US.  The cooperative is comprised of 45 members who individually own and operate supermarkets under the ShopRite banner.  ShopRite stores are located in New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Delaware and Maryland.

There are so many ways for you to save money at ShopRite.


1. Sign Up for a Price Plus Card

ShopRite Price Plus Card

The Price Plus Card is ShopRite’s store loyalty card.  You may sign up for a card at the customer service counter at your local stores.  The card must be used at checkout in order to receive store advertised discounts. Be sure to look for the Price Plus discounts in the weekly ad and on the shelf tags at your store.

If you have an existing Price Plus Card, make sure you check your card to be sure that the phone number associated with the card is the correct phone number.

Here are some FAQs regarding your Price Plus Card:

Do I have to have my card with me at the store? No you can use the phone number associated with the card at check out.

How many Price Plus Cards can I have? Usually Shoprite suggests that you have 1 Price Plus card per household. If your situation warrants you needing more, please check with your local ShopRite customer service regarding getting additional cards.

The card is also required to clip ShopRite Digital eCoupons.

2. Take Advantage of  ShopRite’s Double Coupon Policy

ShopRite Double Coupon Policy

All coupons $0.99 and under are doubled at ShopRite stores. Most ShopRite stores fully double which means that a $0.75 coupon will double to $1.50.  However, since each store or group of stores are independently owned, the can adjust the policies.  So, you may find some stores that do not fully double.  What that means is coupons from $0.50 – $0.99 will all double but only up to $1.00.

Here are some FAQs regarding Double Coupons:

How do the coupons double? At checkout, the registers will automatically double.  There is no need to do anything or tell the cashier anything.

What if a coupon says Do Not Double? If the coupon doubles automatically then it will still automatically double at the register.  To check to see if a coupon will double automatically, you can download the Double Coupon App to your smartphone.  You simply scan the coupons barcode and it will tell you if it will double. If the coupon does not automatically double then it will be up to the store if they will allow it to be manually doubled.  Most stores will not double it at that point.

How many coupons will ShopRite Double? ShopRite will double 4 “like” coupons in every transaction.  Please not that you should check your individual store’s coupon policy to see if they have adjusted the main policy.

Make sure to check out the Full List of ShopRite Double Coupon Stores.

3. ShopRite Digital Coupons

DIGITAL COUPONS

Digital Coupons load directly to your ShopRite Price Plus Card.  You will have to set up an account at ShopRite.com and set up your ShopRite Price Plus Card to your account. If you don’t have a Price Plus card already, be sure to get one the next time you are in the store.

Here are FAQs regarding ShopRite Digital Coupons:

When do new Digital Coupons become available? ShopRite has always added new digital coupons every Sunday morning, usually around 3am. If possible, try and load these to your card as soon as possible as sometimes hot digital coupons can disappear quickly!

How to You Use Your Digital Coupons? When you make a qualifying purchase, use your ShopRite Price Plus card at checkout. As long as the coupon is loaded to your card, and you purchased the correct product, your digital coupon will come off automatically.

Do Digital Coupons Double? ShopRite digital coupons do not double and can only be used once (unless otherwise noted on the coupon).

How many Digital Coupons can you load to your card? You can load 206 eCoupons to your card.

Can you remove a Digital Coupon that you changed your mind on? At this time, ShopRite does not have an option to remove an Digital Coupon from your card. It will be removed when you use it or when it expires.

Where is the Discount Shown on the Receipt? The discount from the digital coupon does not show up at the bottom of your receipt with your manufacturer’s coupons. Look for the deduction directly under the product purchased on your receipt.

Why do you list Digital Coupons in the Match Ups if they are No Longer Available (NLA)? We list digital coupons that are NLA in the match ups because some readers may have clipped the digital coupon when it first came out and would like to know when to use them before they expire.

Do Digital Coupons Expire? Yes digital coupons do expire! Sometimes it’s easy to forget they expire, but they do, so always be sure to check before purchasing an item you have an digital coupon for to make sure it’s still in your account.

Are you allowed to stack a ShopRite eCoupons with a manufacturer coupon? You are allowed to stack a digital coupon with a manufacturer according the the updated ShopRite Digital Coupon Policy!

What do you do if your Digital Coupon doesn’t come off on your receipt? First be sure you purchased the right product and correct size, etc. If you are certain you purchased the correct product, your best bet would be to contact the store’s corporate office directly instead of having a discussion about digital coupons with store customer service or even the store manager. Upon calling corporate, you will most likely graciously receive a credit for the digital coupons.

Things you should do to be sure your Digital Coupons are loaded to your card correctly:

  1. Make sure that the Price Plus Card number that is loaded into your online AND app is the number that you are using at check out.
  2. Make sure that the phone number associated with your price plus number you have loaded into your online AND app is the right number. This is important if you use your phone number to activate your card at checkout. If you are loading your digital coupons onto a price plus card that is not associated with the phone number you are giving them at checkout, then your digital coupons will not come off. This mistake happens often so it’s best to check everything.
  3. Make sure you are buying the exact product for the digital coupons. That includes the brand, flavor, scent, size etc.

4. ShopRite Super Coupons

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Shoprite Super Coupons can be found in your weekly ShopRite Ad.  Some stores will send mailings each week with additional super coupons.  Again, since each ShopRite store is independently owned, super coupons will vary from store to store.

Here are some FAQs regarding Super coupons:

Can I use a Super Coupon at any store?  Yes! You can use coupons from one ad at any ShopRite store.

Is there a limit of how many times I can use a Super Coupon? Most coupons have a limit of 1 per transacation

Can I use a Manufacturer coupon with a Super Coupon? Yes you can stack a manufacturer coupon with a Super coupon

Do Super Coupons Double? No they do not double

5. Catalina Offers

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Catalina Offers are an amazing way to save even more money on your groceries.  They are deals that require a certain dollar amount or quantity of products to be purchased.  Once you have met the qualifications, a catalina will print for a certain amount off your next purchase.  Usually this purchase can be made for anything in the store, however, some promotions require they be used toward a specific brand or product.

To learn even more about Catalinas,  Watch Cindy explain exactly what a Catalina offer is and how they work

You can check the Catalina Deals tab above or go to the ShopRite Catalina Page above to see an up-to-date list of all known catalina offers.  Also, keep your eye out for announcements that will print at the register for upcoming offers as well as hang tags at the store.

For even more resources on Catalina Offers:

6. Shop From Home

SHOPRITE SHOP FROM HOME

Have you guys ever taken advantage of ShopRite’s Shop from Home program?  Not ever store offers Shop from Home but more and more are being added so be sure to check your local store.

It’s important to note that each store varies when it comes to fees with Shop from Home orders – some stores charge a flat fee of $10 for placing a Shop from Home order while other stores charge 10% depending on the total of your order.

Here is the fine print for the store we tested this deal at:

 A personal shopper service fee of 10% will be applied to the first $150 of any purchase. Shopping fees will be calculated on your order total BEFORE taxes, coupons, promotions and refunds are applied. Price Plus discounts will be deducted before the shopping fee is calculated.

Each week there are several Shop From Home promotions that often DOUBLE DIP with current in-store Catalina promotions.

Watch ShopRite's Video on Shop at Home

Here are some FAQs regarding Shop at Home Deals:

How do you find out about the Shop at Home Code? The weekly Shop at Home codes are located in the weekly ad and also you can find them on the front page of the Shop at Home site. You can also view them on the Shop at Home promotion page.

How do you know the products that are participating in the offer code? When you are on the Shop at Home page, click on the promotion banner.  It will take you to all the products included in that promotion.

Are these same promotions codes available for in store purchases? No these are just for Shop at Home purchases.

Can you use more than one promo code per Shop at Home order? No, you can only use one promo code per order

How do you use coupons when doing a Shop at Home order? It’s easy to use coupons when doing a Shop at Home order.  Simply hand the cashier your coupons and they will adjust the total at the final check out.

7. Tips on using the match ups

HOW TO USE THE COUPON MATCH UPS

 

Using the Living Rich With Coupons ShopRite Match Ups save you tons of time.  All the work is already done for you.

First be sure to Sign up for a FREE LRWC Plus account. When you sign up for a LRWC Plus account, you can save multiple shopping lists making it even easier for you to stay organized.  Watch Cindy explain how the LRWC Plus accounts work

Our posting schedule for ShopRite is as follows:

  • Tuesday: Preview Ad is posted
  • Wednesday: Preview Deals are posted which included our Top 10 Best Deals for the upcoming week
  • Saturday: Complete Match Ups are ready
  • Sunday: Free/Cheap Unadvertised Deals are updated at the bottom of the match ups
  • Monday: Full Unadvertised Deals List is updated at the bottom of the match ups
  • Monday/Tuesday: Shop at Home Deals are posted to the site (when available)

Some things to keep in mind when reading the match ups:

  • Doubled Coupons: All coupons $.99 and under are doubled in these match ups. If your ShopRite doubles differently, please adjust the final price accordingly.
  • Coupon Variations: Keep in mind that coupons may vary from regions or even newspapers. Other areas may have additional or different value coupons. All coupons, from all regions are shown in the match ups.
  • Do Not Double Coupons: All coupon match ups are shown as doubled. Some coupons will state “Do Not Double” on the coupon. This is a YMMV situation.
  • ShopRite eCoupons: ShopRite eCoupons usually disappear quickly however once they are clipped, they are in your account until they expire. eCoupons shown in the match ups may only be available to those that clipped them already.
  • Catalina Deal Ideas: All catalina deal ideas are calculated on the Pre-Price Plus prices. Although these deals almost always work this way, at the time of the posting it has not been confirmed. You can watch the comments to see if others have had success. Also, when doing the deals, please be sure to check your pre-price plus prices as they may differ from those posted here. If your total is not met or if you have bought an incorrect product or size, your catalina will not print!

8. Additional Ways to Save

REBATE APPS

Besides coupons and digital coupons, there are also rebate apps that can save you even more.  Here are some of the apps available for ShopRite:

Saving Star eCoupons – Sign up your ShopRite Price Plus Card with SavingStar. Clip the coupons to your card. When you purchase that item at ShopRite, the amount of the coupon will be deposited into your SavingStar account in approximately 7 days.

Ibotta eCoupons – Ibotta is an app for your smartphone. You earn money by taking a quick poll, watch a short video or even just looking at a recipe. Each action will earn you more money once you purchase that item. Purchase the product as you normally would. Using coupons will not have any effect on your ibotta offers. If you like, you can even scan the products barcode through the Ibotta app to be sure you are purchasing the correct product. Once you have made your purchase, you simply take a photo of your receipt through the app. The amount of the coupon will be deposited into your Ibotta account.

BerryCart is a rebate app geared towards organic, healthy, GMO Free Foods. Each week a variety of foods are added.  To get the rebate you need to upload your receipt to the app and your rebate amount is added to your Berry Cart account.

Checkout51 is another rebate app.  You make a purchase of any of the products from the list of current offers, upload your receipt to the app and receive money back into your Checkout51 account.

MobiSave is currently available for Apple based devices ONLY.  Much like their predecessors, MobiSave offers you rebates on items that  you can choose to purchase.  Just take a picture of your itemized receipt and submit.   Rebates are posted to your account normally within 24 hours.  Cash out your account at any time, NO MINIMUMS to meet.  Visit the Apple ITunes Store and download MobiSave for free!

Snap By Groupon is probably my favorite rebate app.  The selections of products are great and you can purchase them at any store. Also, you can do the rebate multiple times which is a great feature for stocking up on products.

SavingStar is a great way to save big money on your groceries and pharmacy store purchases.  They are the first and only national, fully-digital grocery eCoupon rewards service. There is nothing to clip and nothing to print.  Here’s how you can use SavingStar:

  • Once you are registered you will have to set up your store loyalty cards.
  • Select the eCoupons you like and link them to your store loyalty cards.
  • Use your loyalty card at checkout (note: The total on your receipt does not change at checkout and the savings are not printed on the receipt).
  • Your money is automatically added to your SavingStar account within 2-30 days! They’ll e-mail you when your savings post.

 

9. New to Couponing?

How to Use Coupons

We have four sections below to help you get started using coupons and saving money on your groceries.  Click the links below to bring you to the section you are interested in reading about.

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How to Use Coupons at ShopRite

  • Joe

    Regarding ShopRite’s Digital Coupon Center. Are we able to apply a manufacturer coupon to the same item as well?

  • kabby

    My shoprite digital coupon AND paper manufacture coupons always stack or work together. Some people report that theirs do not…I suggest trying to do one to see how it works at your store. Make sure you are purchasing what the digital coupon says to and correct size if mentioned. Good luck!

  • Kris

    Can you stack a digital coupon with a paper coupon

    • Karen

      I was just wondering the same thing. I have a Gevalia coffee coupon and was wondering if it could be stacked with the coupon shoprite has online to be clipped to your card for the Gevalia coffee.

      • Ruby

        Yes, you can stack e-coupons with paper(ones you have printed or gotten from the newspaper). You must clip them to your card in order to use them, they can only be used/clipped once. It comes off at the end of order when the cashier is done scanning, it will deduct automatically as long as you have bought the specified items. If it doesn’t go to customer service and they will give you the money back. They have expiration dates just like regular coupons so be mindful of that before shopping. Hope that helps!

    • susan

      yes you can, you can also use a store coupon as well

  • Nguyen

    How many Catalina coupons can you use in one transaction?

    • Anne (courtesy @ shoprite)

      Hi! The rules on Catalina coupons are that you can use one per type of catalina. For example, if you had 2 $3 off your next shopping order coupons, courtesy of one manufacturer, you could only use one of each. However, many cashiers don’t know that and the system will let them scan them both without any overrides needed. 🙂

      • nguyen

        thank you very much

        • Kathy

          The Dollar Days ones that are printing right now state on them “Multiple Dollar Days Reward Certificates can be used off your next shopping order”

  • Binkey19

    So I’ve noticed a lot of people getting my shoprite valuable customer rewards printing from the Catalina machine. Any ideas how those print? Is there a method or is it random?

    • Meli

      i use my card and my moms and i shop waaaay more than her and i only get them on her card. So i am guessing it goes to people who dont shop much.

  • wjrclavell

    hellooo there, Can you use a catalina coupon with a regular coupon at shoprite?

    • Meli

      yes

      • niti

        hi is shoprite use both manufacter coupon & digital coupon at same time?for me it never works ,,when I called 800 customer service no they said we can only use one at time .

      • wjrclavell

        THANKS

    • Rocky

      Not sure which type of catalina coupon you are referring to, but, if it is one for x$ (dollars) off your next order, such as this week’s dollar days ones, yes, you can. If, though, you are referring to a coupon for a specific product (such as $1 off your next purchase of one Farmstand Juice) that came out of the catalina machine, then, no, you could not use this with a different Farmstand Juice coupon. Although these coupons may have ShopRite’s name on them, they are actually another form of manufacturer’s coupons (and will have a Remit To address) and do state that on them.

  • Zaj

    Hi, does shoprite allow overages?

    • Sandy

      My SR does allow an overage when combining an ecoupon and a mfg. coupon and/or a SR store coupon. They do not allow overage when solely using a mfg. coupon.
      ie. Price of item $.99 – Coupon amount $1.00 — They will adjust coupon down to .99 as it will beep at register

    • kabby

      Zaj…you asked this question previous on the shoprite match ups…you received many good responses…FYI check “recent comments” located on the right side of screen..brings you straight to recent chatter. Good luck!

  • DJ

    I understand shoprite ecoupons can only be used once but does that mean once throughout the entire transaction? Once period? Or can you buy multiple of the same item and it works once per item?

    • DianeG

      Once period

  • Acstark

    Can the coupons be used only once you more then once but in different weeks?

    • Acstark

      Sorry I mean ecoupons.

      • Sandy

        Ecoupons are single use only. If they come out again in future weeks/months you will have to load to your card again and can use only once.

  • Alison

    I noticed today that when I got the gummy bear deal, my printable coupon doubled at shoprite…Do all printables double at Shoprite? or was it because I printed it from the companies facebook?

    • misterbill

      Most printed coupons will double unless they specifically say that they will not (or are coded wrong, as is sometimes the case). Why were you surprised that it doubled? Printed coupons are no different than coupons you get from the Sunday inserts. And coming from Facebook had nothing to do with it.

  • misterbill

    The limit of 88 e-coupons clipped mentioned here needs to be changed to the new limit of 125.

    • Denise Davison Uzunis

      Thanks I updated that

  • Alison

    I have a $4.50 off a $55.00 order catalina…Is that based on my precoupon total?

    • Sandy

      Hand it to them first then mfg. coupons. That coupon is like the other SR store catalinas – machine will accept it regardless of what you spend.

      • Alison

        Yay! Thank you lol

  • dawn

    I’m really confused and I’m sorry if this has been asked before. As I’m reading about shoprite ecoupons, I’m learning that you can only use 1 ecoupon per transaction. But the recent deal with the tresseme suave and axe products uses 2 ecoupons for the deal?

    • Rocky

      Hi, Dawn! I’m not sure where you learned that, but, it’s not correct. You can use one ecoupon per product. If you buy three different products in the same transaction and they each have an ecoupon, they will all come off. Also, they are one-time use, only, and, they will not double. Make sure you get the correct size, flavor, quantity, etc., because ecoupons can be finicky!

      • dawn

        Oh ok thank you rocky. I did my first little coupon trip to shoprite last night (I stocked up on hamburger helper because I had 3 $.75 coupons and my shoprite doubles up to $2) and I had a $.40 on 2 pilsbury crescent rolls and $.50 off of hungry man potatoes and it only deducted the $.40 from my ecoupons? Maybe I grabbed the wrong box or something…should I make them aware of that?

        • Rocky

          Congratulations on your first coupon trip, Dawn – hooray!!! Regarding the potatoes – did you mean Hungry Jack potatoes, perhaps? I think I recall reading here that some folks did have problems with that ecoupon coming off their orders – possibly the Cheesy version, but, not sure, exactly. So, it is possible that the ecoupon was coded improperly in the SR system. You can go to your CS desk and ask them about it, but, not all SRs seem to either have the ability to look up your ecoupons there, or, they may choose not to reimburse you there for them. If you do go there, do not start the conversation saying you also had a manufacturer’s coupon, because they will always tell you that you can’t use both and that is why you didn’t get the ecoupon. It’s not true, but, it is not worth the argument, You may want to call Corporate (1-800-shoprite) and have them look it up for you, instead. Many folks have said they have more luck with that, than with going to their CS desks. Good luck, and, continued success in your couponing ventures! Stick around this site and you will learn a LOT more!!!

  • Jessica

    I’m having a difficult time registering my Shoprite card. It keeps telling me that my PricePlus number is invalid. Is there a trick to this? Do I put in all the numbers under the barcode on the card? TIA!

    • 282947

      Try entering only the first 11.

    • claryz93

      That happened to me. I call shoprite (the 800 number) they said my card didn’t come on they’re file so I hahad to rregister it. I guess the stores are supposed to do that but they don’t alwasy.. my guess

  • Serenity

    does shoprite accept target web coupons and target manufacture coupons

    • Sandy

      Look on the SR coupon policy for specifics. They accept any MFG. coupon with another store logo on it as long as it scans.

  • claryz93

    Do the ecoupons come off as they scan the corresponding product? Or at the end of the transaction?

    • Charfla

      At the end.

  • Tiff

    If you purchase a item from Shoprite stores and it scans wrong do you get item for free?

    • Sandy

      Yes up to $10.

    • Melinda Dilione

      I think this policy varies by store but my store will give you the first item free that scans wrong. If you buy multiple items that scan wrong only the first item will be free. It also depends on the cashier. Some just give you the price difference unless you inquire about the item being free policy if it rings up wrong.

      • COLIN

        I don’t believe my store gives you anything, unfortunately.

      • MisterBill

        In CT it is state law that you get the item for free.

  • Marisa Monaco

    Can you use your digital coupons and your manufacturer coupons together ….some of them appear to be the same …r the digital coupons the same as a manufacturer or do they consider digital coupons to be a store coupon

    • Sandy

      There is nothing in their policy that says you can’t combine them. The digital coupon is an electronic coupon vs a paper coupon. They absolutely can be stacked however some SR stores or employees may tell you differently and if thats the case you may have to walk away and go to a different cashier or store next time.

  • Diane Lynn

    Am I able to use 2 of the same manufacturer coupon on items on sale… example this week there is 4 scrubbing bubbles and or glade items. I have 2 of the same glade coupon and 2 of the same scrubbing bubbles coupon, would shoprite honor me using the 4 coupons?

    • Sandy

      Yes. You can use 1 manufactures coupon per item. SR limits you to no more than 4 of the same coupon in a transaction.

  • Stacy-Celeste Page

    What do you do when the e-coupons does not come off, even when you have the item?

    • Denise Uzunis

      You can contact ShopRite Customer Service, they should be able to help you

    • Mary Ann

      1st I make sure to print out my shopping list and have the date printed on the bottom of each page. I don’t use it for making my actual list, but it does have the e-coupons that I clipped. When I make my list, I highlight the coupon as proof.

      2nd, I usually can go to my Customer Service Dept. They know me and will just refund me the $$ in cash, even if it’s a day or two after I did my shopping. This is where having the date on your e-coupon list helps.

  • Katie

    Shop at Home questions. Does anyone know if the digital coupons come off when using the Shop at Home service? Also can you use Ibotta with Shop at Home??? Thanks!

    • Sandy

      I don’t use Ibotta but see no reason why it wouldn’t work but ecoupons absolutely come off at checkout.

  • Karen

    When using ShopRite from home and have groceries delivered, what do I do with the coupons that I have for some of the items I purchased?

    • george

      If you pick up your groceries, give your coupons to the cashier and they will be deducted from your order. If your groceries are delivered, give your coupons to the delivery person and they will be deducted from your next order. I suggest that you place your coupons in an envelope with your name on it.

      • Karen

        Thank you!

  • susan

    Does anyone now how you can get coupons mailed to you from them I’ve seen people with coupons for $10 off and ones for free items

    • Rocky

      Hi, susan! I think you are talking about various ShopRite Super Coupons? Unfortunately, there doesn’t seem to be any rhyme or reason why some people get these, and, others don’t, and, there is no way to request that they be sent to you. People get them from various sources. In some areas they are actually in the store’s ads that get sent out (it seems that SRs in the central NJ area do this a lot). Sometimes they are flyers that arrive with the ad. Sometimes they get mailed to people. Sometimes, they come out of the catalina machine as a coupon! We have talked about this here and haven’t come up with a definitive answer! Some folks think it is like a reward for shopping there a lot. Others have said that it is used as an incentive for those folks who don’t spend a lot! Others have said if you use a lot of coupons, regularly, you don’t get them! And, just recently, there were SCs (super coupons) in some people’s Valpak (a free local area coupon monthly mailing) mailings that came to their homes. But, even that didn’t seem to jive, because, for example, I did not receive any in my Valpak in NW NJ, but, someone else in my area said they did! So, nothing concrete that we have been able to pinpoint, sorry…

  • Leanne Guetzkow

    If I have a coupon from shoprite that printed from their machine and a manufacturer coupon can I use them both on an item?

    • Sandy

      If the one that printed is a “store” coupon then yes you can stack that with a manufacturer coupon. If the one that printed is also a manufacturer coupon then no – you cant use two manufacturers coupons for one item.