The Nebraska Grocery Industry Association (NGIA) offers members an easy, convenient way to redeem manufacturer coupons. Retailers do not even need to count or sort coupons. Coupons, including those in ads, are simply placed in an envelope or box and sent to our processing partner. The retailer receives an email acknowledgment when coupons arrive and is usually paid within 45 days.

With retailers in 47 states, the coupon redemption program offered by NGIA is a trusted, effective way for retailers to recover dollars expended in the process of accepting coupons from your customers.

To get started, or for more information regarding programs offered by NGIA, contact:

(402) 423-5533


Refer to the Coupon Info Corporation for a list of best practices:

Check the link: Always check the link of a coupon before using it. If the link does not direct you to the store’s official website, the coupon is fraudulent. Pay close attention to the web address. The URL may appear legitimate, but if it ends in a series of random letters and numbers, you can assume that the coupon is fake.

Know the brands: While there are many fake coupons in circulate, it can be helpful to skim top brands so you are especially cautious that those could be counterfeit.

Compare the font: Shoppers can tell if a coupon is real or not by taking a closer look at the details. If almost all of the text included on the coupon is written in one font and a small portion of text features a different font, the coupon was probably altered. Take a closer look at the spacing, too. If it looks like a portion of the coupon doesn’t quite fit, that’s usually because it was added to the offer after it was released.

Look for a barcode: A missing barcode is a fool-proof way to spot a counterfeit coupon. If the offer does not have a barcode, it’s not real. Some fake coupons do include fake barcodes, so be sure to look for other signs of fraud.

Check the expiration date: The expiration date provides another easy way to spot an illegitimate offer. First, check to see if there is an expiration date included on the coupon. If there is, make sure it’s valid. If the date is 2014, or a year that has already passed, the coupon is fake. If the date is 2040, or a year super far out, it’s probably not real.

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