The great thing about Walmart is they have low, if not the lowest, prices on almost everything (chill out, all you WinCo groupies, we can arm wrestle over this later…). Since they don’t have sales, you can play Walmart a bit differently than the other stores because, in general, the prices won’t go up. As long as the coupon hasn’t expired, you can wait to do one huge Walmart run and snag tons of deals.
I usually print off the internet printable coupons once or twice a month and put them in my Walmart envelope. When I’m ready to head out to Wood Village, I print off the current Walmart list from Money Saving Mom and start the savings!
Click here for the current coupon match-ups for Walmart.
Note that prices in our area may be higher than those listed in MSM’s posts. Prices on the west coast are always higher than the midwest. Oh well, they don’t have mountains… If you come across a different price than the list, always be willing to abandon the deal. Be sure to comment on our post informing all your Frugal Living peeps of the new price.
Make sure you keep a copy of Walmart’s Corporate Coupon Policy in your Walmart envelope in case you run into trouble with IPs. I suggest you print IPs in color if you plan to use them at Walmart.
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