OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) — If you've seen this coupon floating around on social media, don't click the link or try to use it. Hy-Vee says it's a scam.
According to their Twitter page, they will not honor the coupon which scammers posted as a 75th anniversary hoax.
Store officials say they've seen similar scams in the past.
ALERT: Please beware of a scam that has surfaced on social media. The post includes a fake “$80 off groceries” coupon at Hy-Vee stores. This is a scam and our stores are not able to honor this. For the latest Hy-Vee deals, check out our weekly ad or download the Hy-Vee Deals app.— Hy-Vee (@HyVee) June 25, 2019