Big Lots’ Coupon Policy Explained (+ Other Ways to Save)

Big Lots sometimes offers coupons, but it doesn’t accept outside coupons. Big Lots does have a price matching policy and a rewards program for additional savings. For the full details of Big Lots’ coupon policy and more ways to save, see below.

Big Lots’ Coupon Policy

Big Lots doesn’t offer coupons very often because its prices are already discounted. When coupons are available, they can be found online in Big Lots’ weekly ad. The discount retailer doesn’t accept manufacturer coupons nor does it have coupon doubling days, according to our communication with the company. Other ways to save at Big Lots include:

  • Price Promise: If you find the same item for a lower price from a competitor, Big Lots will price match. The items must be identical (same size, quantity, brand, color, model number, etc.) and in-stock at both retailers. Price matching is also available for Big Lots items that are cheaper on the company’s website — as long as the web price isn’t an online exclusive.
  • Big Rewards: The Big Lots rewards program is free to join; you can sign up online or in stores. Big Rewards members get a discount off their next purchase after signing up, as well as additional discounts, including $5 off every three qualifying purchases, bonus rewards for furniture or patio purchases, and VIP shopping days with an extra 20% off.

In Summary

Big Lots doesn’t often have coupons available and it doesn’t take manufacturer coupons. To save at Big Lots, take advantage of its price match policy and sign up for its reward program. For information on the coupon policy at a similar retailer, see our article: What Is Christmas Tree Shops’ Coupon Policy? Also, learn more about stores like Big Lots in our article on discount retailers.