MIAMI (CBSMiami) – A popular South Florida supermarket has changed its coupon policy.

Publix will only accept eight of the same coupons, per day, per household and will only accept two of the dollar off total order coupons per purchase.

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For example, one coupon from Publix and another coupon from a competitor will be the most the stores will accept per day, per household.

Publix spokesperson Nicole Maristany Krauss released a statement that said:

We have made modifications to our coupon policy to better serve all our customers and to ensure they have a consistent shopping experience regardless of which Publix location they chose to shop at. The changes have occurred to provide our store associates and customers clarity on the types of coupons we accept and their guidelines. With the changing times and so many more ways to save money, such as digital, paper, weekly ad and co-op flyer coupons, we wanted our policy to be inclusive and relevant. We believe that providing our customers with the best service includes having the products available to all our customers during their desired shopping trip. Our coupon policy remains customer friendly and is intended to provide our customers continued savings.    

The move to change coupon rules could affect those who consider themselves “extreme coupon” customers by limiting the number of coupons they can use at a time.

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