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BJ’s Wholesale Club’s Shopper Appreciation Event

by Pennie on September 1, 2013



Kickoff National Coupon Month with BJ’s Wholesale Club’s Shopper Appreciation Event this Labor Day weekend – Friday, August 30 – Monday, September 2.  During the four-day event, shoppers will have the chance to win a $200 BJ’s gift card and $200 donation to a charity of their choice in honor of its 200th club which officially opens this weekend in Fayetteville, NC.  There will be a winner selected from each of the 200 stores.  Additionally shoppers will receive high-value BJ’s Labor Day Coupons.

Everyone is welcome at the Shopper Appreciation Event.  If you are not currently a member, BJ’s has a Free 60-Day Trial Membership that will begin on August 30 and can be activated until December 31. The risk-free, trial includes full member benefits and no surcharge.

BJ’s — the only wholesale club to accept manufacturer’s coupons in addition to their own coupons — provides tips to further maximize coupon savings.

  • When purchasing a multi-pack of items at BJ’s, which is a set of items that could be sold individually (each item has a barcode) shrink-wrapped and sold together, shoppers can combine one BJ’s-issued coupon with manufacturers’ coupons. However, you cannot exceed the actual retail price in the total value of coupons. Examples of a multipack include a three-pack of toothpaste, two-pack of salad dressing or a three-pack of taco kits.
  •  Members may also use one BJ’s coupon and one manufacturer’s coupon on a single item.

Here’s a video that further explains the coupon policy:

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1 Lauralee Hensley September 2, 2013 at 12:37 am

Wish we had that store where I live. Bummer we don’t and Sam’s Club doesn’t let you use manufacturer’s coupons.

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