Update:Commissary Rewards Cards Are Available at More Commissaries Now…Details Here!

A few weeks ago I shared that the Commissary Reward coupon cards had made their premiere in select commissaries to see how they would do.

Despite some of the displeasing reaction to them I just received the new official email release that they have now made their way into more then the initial test stores they were first tried out in.

The card has now been released in a little over 30 commissaries and is continuing to make it’s gradual roll out with completion ending sometime in early Fall.
This morning a Army Wife mentioned to me that she heard the card was available in Fort Bragg commissaries but that she was calling to verify.

Commissary patrons should know that:

Via DECA newsletter

“Cards can only be used at commissaries where the card has been deployed. Customers are asked to check with their local commissary to see if the card is available at their store. Stores that are using the cards will be actively passing them out to authorized patrons and will have signs displayed promoting the program”.

“As an introductory offer, customers who pick up their cards by Oct. 24 will receive preloaded digital coupons on their cards that they can use in the commissary immediately”.

“Digital coupons, just like their paper counterparts, have expiration dates and other terms and conditions that must be followed for redemption. However, digital coupons will not be accepted for up to six months after expiration overseas, as paper coupons are. That’s because the coupons are distributed digitally and are instantly available to all customers worldwide, so overseas customers won’t need extra time to use the coupons. Once a coupon expires, it will disappear from the customer’s account.”

“Also, DeCA’s coupon policy limits coupons to one per purchase, so these digital coupons cannot be combined with manufacturer coupons, including paper coupons and military or commissary coupons”.

For more information on this card, please visit www.commissaries.com/faq and click “Commissary Rewards Card.” Assistance is also available through the customer service hotline at 855-829-6219 or through email at commissarysupport@inmar.com.

Have you got your rewards card yet?

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