I’ve always avoided Earth Fare because I assumed money would start jumping out of my wallet the minute I walked into the store. Step 1 of my intentional eating journey is to gather information. So, I decided to learn about Earth Fare’s savings programs and I was pleasantly surprised! Here are a few details:
- The “Pantry Makeover” encourages you to trade-in unhealthy items (completely full or with two tablespoons left in it) and replace it with FREE Earth Fare Organic items! I didn’t realize you can do ALL of the items at the same time so I just showed up with my jelly. Learn from me and bring ALL of your unhealthy items at the same time. You can trade in peanut butter, soda, cereal, salad dressing, and jelly. Click here for more details.
- Each week they feature a “Boot Challenge“. You take a short quiz to see if you know the unhealthy item. They tell you the answer and then offer you a coupon for a Free Makeover.
- They also feature online coupons. Obviously, you should match coupons with sales and even then it may not be worth it. Because “real foods” is new to me, I’m using a Price Grid to track the cost. This way I know if something is a good deal.
- Sign up for the NEW newsletter to receive coupons, health tips and notice of events straight to your inbox. Most of the emailed coupons require you to spend $5-$10 and then you get an item FREE.
- Kids eat FREE every Thursday from 4-8pm (with the purchase of an adult meal).
- They offer a 10% military discount to active and reserved members of the military.
EARTH FARE COUPON POLICY:
- They do not double coupons
- There is no coupon limit per transaction
- One coupon per item (You can not stack a manufacture coupon and a store coupon together)
- BOGO items ring up at half price
- If a store coupon says “with $5 purchase” your total needs to be $5 BEFORE tax and coupons. This is the policy per corporate, but YMMV.
- Some email coupons may be good for a specific store. They like to vary the coupons because the markets vary. This means your friend may get a coupon that you don’t get. Cue “Life isn’t fair” from your childhood.
Do you have any Earth Fare tips you’d like to share?