Our management teams will issue rain checks only for items that are advertised outside the store at a reduced retail price—for example, on radio or TV, or in our weekly ad, co-op ad, mailer, or website.
- We will issue only one rain check per household per day for any one item or deal on promotion.
- A rain check may be redeemed at any Publix location offering that product.
- A rain check must be redeemed within 30 days of the issue date.
- Rain checks will be redeemed only for the retail price of the item in effect when the rain check was issued.
- We will issue rain checks for up to 8 single items, or for up to 4 deals, not to exceed 20 items.
- A rain check must be redeemed for the exact product it was issued for, as described on the rain check.
- Rain checks are intended only for single use. If the full rain check is not redeemed, the remaining items are forfeited.
- We will not issue rain checks for Publix, competitor, or manufacturer coupons.
- Rain checks are nontransferable.
- A rain check may not be redeemed if it is illegible, or is lost, stolen, or destroyed.
Yes; Publix will accept the coupon that was valid on the date the rain check was issued.
Yes. As long as the correct number of products are purchased to meet the requirements of the rain check, multiple rain checks can be redeemed in the same order.
For this item, you can receive a rain check for 4 deals on a “Buy Two, Get One Free” energy drinks, which is 12 items.
For this item, you can receive a rain check for 4 deals on a “Buy One, Get One Free” 12-pack of sodas, which is 8 items.
For this item, you can receive a rain check for 2 deals on a “10 for $10” canned vegetables deal, which is 20 items.
For this item, you can receive a rain check for a maximum of 8 coffee items.
A rain check can be issued for up to 8 single items, or up to 4 deals, not exceeding 20 items.
A single item is any one product that is on sale at a reduced retail price. For example, a coffee product on sale at $3.99 (save $.50) is considered a single item. Items advertised in multiples are considered to be part of a deal. For example, a “Buy One, Get One Free” 12-pack of soda is considered a deal on 2 items; a “10 for $10” can of vegetables is considered a deal on 10 items.