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Customers know they can save money every day by shopping their Navy Exchange. In addition to the average 23 percent savings and no sales tax, customers can also save money by using manufacturers' cents off coupons on their NEX purchases.

“Redeeming coupons provides our customers another way to save money when shopping at their NEX,” said Richard Dow, Navy Exchange Service Command Senior Vice President Store Operations. “Coupons are a great way to save even more when shopping for the necessities your family needs.”

NEXs accept current, valid manufacturer’s coupons for the item featured on the coupon, subject to its terms and conditions. This includes on-line Internet coupons, except for those coupons offering free products, coupons for Proctor & Gamble products or those determined to be fraudulent. The NEX does not “double” or “triple” the face value of a manufacturer’s coupon.

The NEX accepts scratch-off, percent and cents-off coupons from the Army Air Force Exchange System, the Marine Corps Exchange System and the Coast Guard Exchange System. These can be percent and cents-off in-store coupons, coupons presented in a coupon book, or printed from Facebook. All coupon terms and conditions apply. The NEX also accepts a manufacturer’s coupon and NEX coupon, or coupon from another Military Exchange Service, on the same item. The combination of the two coupons cannot exceed the price of the product; money is not returned to a customer on the redemption of two coupons which exceeds the price of the product.

In fiscal year 2011, more than 1.6 million coupons were redeemed by NEX customers worldwide, with a value of $2.3 million.

“When you combine our percentage savings with the extra savings from using coupons, customers save a considerable amount of money when they shop at their NEX,” said Dow.