Up until recently coupon printing was not compatible with Linux operating systems, but that all changes with PrintID. The following steps will take you through the PrintID process so you can start saving big while running Linux:
When you are satisfied with your selection, select the Print Coupons button in the upper right hand corner of the page, confirm you are connected to a printer, then enter your mobile phone number to receive a one-time use code for verification purposes. This will be a one-time authentication process in order to verify your identity, in which you will receive a code to enter duing the next step of the print process.
Once you receive the verification code (less than a minute), enter it into the box on the print process page you had previously submitted your mobile phone number on. Please note that you will have 30 minutes to enter the verification code. If you miss the window, there is a link to request for a new code.
After you enter your verification code, your selected coupons should automatically print.
Still Not Printing?
If your coupons don't print after entering your verification code, it is possible that one of the following reasons is the issue:
You may have already printed the allowed number of times for the same coupon from another device.
Your printer could be offline.
If the above information doesn’t apply, please email us so we can help troubleshoot and get you back on track to saving!
If you received an error that your phone number could not be accepted at this time, please double-check the following requirements:
Mobile phone number must be a valid mobile number from any US based wireless provider.
Your mobile phone is able to send and receive text messages.
Prepackaged prepaid mobile phones from non-major wireless providers are not supported such as Tracfone, Net10, Consumer Cellular, or any Government issued prepaid phones.
Landline, Google voice, or any virtual mobile number will not work with this printing process.