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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RP = Red Plum
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
Coupon Terms
  • WYB = When You Buy
  • B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free
  • .75/1 = 75 cents off one item
  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
  • EXP = Expiration Date

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Walmart Weekly Ad 2/27-3/5

on 2.28.2011 at 2:22pm

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Here are the deals available at Walmart right now. They did come out with a weekly ad this week, so the list is looking lots better from previous weeks!

As always shopping at Walmart is just for folks that have no other option… everyone else please ignore this list and go to your local grocery store.

Weekly Ad


  • Jimmy Dean Sausage, 16 oz, $2.98
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Jimmy Dean product (Facebook) printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Jimmy Dean sausage rolls, RP 1/30
    Manufacturer Coupon -.55/1 Jimmy Dean Roll Sausage printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/2 Jimmy Dean sausage rolls, RP 1/30
    (makes it $1.98)
  • Hormel Black Label Bacon, 12-16 oz, $3.38
    (get it B1G1 at Kroger)
  • Fresh Boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts, $1.78 lb.
  • Oscar Mayer Deli Fresh Shaved Meat, 7-9 oz, $3
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Oscar Mayer deli fresh meats, 6 oz.-16.5 oz, Guy’s Game Day Playbook
    Manufacturer Coupon-$1/2 Oscar Mayer Deli fresh meats, tearpad
    (makes it $2.50)


  • Sweet Clementines, 3 lb. bag, $3.75
  • Fuji Apples, 5 lb. bag, $4.97
  • Marketside Salad Kit, 14.25-15.8 oz, $3


  • Nature Valley Granola Thins, 10 pk., $2.68
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/1 Nature Valley Granola Thins printable
    (makes it $2.18)
    (get it at Kroger for 79¢)
  • Cinnamon Burst Cheerios, 10 oz, $2.50
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Cinnamon Burst Cheerios cereals printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/1 Cinnamon Burst cereal, SS 2/13 or printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/1 Cinnamon Burst Cheerios cereal printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/1 Cinnamon Burst Cheerios Cereal printable or printable
    (makes it $1.75)
  • Betty Crocker Fruit Snacks, 9 oz, $2
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Betty Crocker fruit snacks, Kroger’s The One Fast Track home mailer
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/2 Betty Crocker Fruit Shapes flavored snacks printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/2 Betty Crocker fruit snacks printable , printable , or printable
    (use $1/2, makes it $1.50)
    (get it at Kroger for 65¢)
  • Progresso Vegetable Soup, 18.5 oz, $1
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/4 Progresso soup (Facebook) printable or printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/4 Progresso soup, SS 1/16 or SS 2/13
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/4 Progresso soup printable or printable
    (makes it 75¢)
  • Old El Paso Taco Kits, twin pack 17.6-21.2 oz, $4
    Manufacturer Coupon -.60/2 Old El Paso product printable or printable
    (makes it $3.70)
  • Starkist Chunk White Tuna, 5 oz, $1
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/1 Starkist product, February All You magazine
    (makes it 50¢)
    (get it at Ingles for FREE)
  • Chef Boyardee Canned Pasta, 14.5-15 oz, 98¢
    Manufacturer Coupon -.35/3 Chef Boyardee can or microwave pasta, SS 1/02 (EXP 02/28)
    (makes it 86¢)
    (get it at Publix next week for 36¢)
  • Capri Sun Drinks, 10 pk., $1.97
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Capri Sun juice, Maxwell House on product booklet
    (makes it 97¢)

Refrigerated or Frozen

  • Frigo String Cheese, 24 oz, $5.88
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Frigo Cheese Heads Cheese Snacks printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Frigo cheese heads string cheese, SS 1/30
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Frigo Cheese Snacks printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.55/1 Frigo Cheese Heads product printable
    (makes it $4.88)
  • Kraft Cheese Singles, 16 oz, $2.98
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Kraft 2% Milk cheese singles printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Kraft Regular singles, SS 2/13
    Manufacturer Coupon -.55/1 Kraft Regular singles, SS 2/13
    Manufacturer Coupon-.55/1 Kraft Singles or Deli Deluxe slices, Kraft Food & Family booklet
    (use .55/1, makes it $2.43)
  • Stouffer’s Classics, 6-12.7 oz, $2.48
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Stouffer’s entree printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Stouffers entree, (sign up) printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Stouffer’s entrees, RP 2/06
    (makes it $1.48)
    (get it at Kroger for $1 or Ingles for $1.50)
  • Birds Eye Steamfresh Lightly Sauced Frozen Vegetables, 11-12 oz, $1.78
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/3 Birds Eye Steamfresh product, SS 1/23 or printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off Birds Eye Steamfresh WYB (1) Van de Kamp’s or Mrs. Paul’s Seafood, February All You magazine
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off Birdseye steamfresh item WYB one Mrs. Paul’s Seafood item printable

Personal Care

  • Dove Bonus Size Shampoo or Conditioner, 32 oz, $4.98
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1.50/2 Dove hair care products printable
    (makes it $4.23)
  • Advil Congestion Relief, 10 ct., $4.98
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off Advil Congestion Relief product, RP 1/30 or printable
    (makes it $2.98)
  • Ensure Regular Nutrition Shakes or Boost Energy Drinks, 6 pk., $6.97
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1.50 off Ensure Multi-pack printable or printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$3/2 Ensure multi-packs, SS 1/09 or SS 1/23
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Boost nutritional drink or powder , mulitpacks or canisters, in store dispenser
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1.50 off Boost Nutritional drink or powder, multipack or canister, RP 1/30
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off Boost kid essentials nutritional drink multipack printable
  • Phillips’ Colon Health Probiotic Supplement, 30 ct., $13.24
    Manufacturer Coupon -$5 off Phillips’ Colon Healthy Probiotic fiber printable
    (makes it $8.24)
  • Prilosec OTC, 42 ct., $24.84
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Prilosec product, PG 1/16 (EXP 02/28)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off Prilosec OTC, on product
    Manufacturer Coupon -$3 off Prilosec product, PG 1/30 (EXP 02/28) or PG 2/27
    Manufacturer Coupon -$8/2 Prilosec product, 42 ct, PG 1/30 (EXP 02/28)
    (use $8/2, makes it $20.84)
  • Pantene Shampoo or Conditioner, 25.4 oz, $5.84
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Pantene conditioner WYB shampoo, Proctor & Gamble $110 booklet
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Pantene product, excl trial size, PG 2/27
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off Pantene product, booklet in February People Espanol magazine
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off Pantene product, March Ebony magazine
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off Pantene product, P&G home mailer printable
    (use $2 off, makes it $3.84)
  • Vicks Sinex 12-Hour Decongestant, .5 oz, $6.84
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Vicks product, on product
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Vicks product, PG 1/16 (EXP 02/28) or PG 1/30 (EXP 02/28)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$4 off Vicks Sinex product, PG 2/27
    (use $4 off, makes it $2.84)
  • Crest Pro-Health Rinse, 1 L., $4
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Crest Rinse Pro-Health, 440-500 mL, PG 1/30 (EXP 02/28)
  • Crest Pro-Health Toothpaste, Glide Floss, or Toothbrush $3.47
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Crest Pro-Health for Me toothpaste, PG 1/30 (EXP 02/28)
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/1 Crest Pro-Health for Me floss, PG 1/30 (EXP 02/28)
  • Gillette Fusion ProGlide Manual Razor $9.94
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Gillette Fusion Shave prep or ProGlide razor, PG 2/27
    Manufacturer Coupon -$4 off Gillette Fusion ProGlide manual or Power Fusion razor, PG 2/27
    Manufacturer Coupon -$5 off Gillette Fusion ProGlide razor, booklet in February People Espanol magazine
    Manufacturer Coupon -$5 off Gillette Fusion ProGlide razor, March Ebony magazine
    Manufacturer Coupon -$5 off Gillette Fusion ProGlide razor, P&G home mailer
    (makes it $4.94)
  • Gillette Body Wash, 16 oz, $3.97
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off Gillette body wash, excl trial size, Booklet in select PG products
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off Gillette bodywash, excl trial, PG 1/30 (EXP 02/28)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off Gillette bodywash, PG 2/27
    Manufacturer Coupon -Free Gillette body wash WYB deodorant, excl trial size, Booklet in select PG products
    Manufacturer Coupon -Free Gillette bodywash WYB deodorant, excl trial size, PG 2/27
    (makes it $1.97)
  • Head & Shoulders 2-in-1, 23.7 oz, $5.97
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Head & Shoulders conditioner WYB shampoo, Proctor & Gamble $110 booklet
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Head & Shoulders shampoo or conditioner, excl trial size, PG 2/27
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off Head & Shoulders shampoo, booklet in February People Espanol magazine
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off Head & Shoulders shampoo, March Ebony magazine
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off Head & Shoulders shampoo, P&G home mailer
  • Olay Professional Pro-X Advanced Cleansing System $29.97
    Manufacturer Coupon -$3 off Olay Regenerist product, PG 1/16 (EXP 02/28)
  • CoverGirl Natureluxe Foundation, 1 oz, $9.74
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off CoverGirl product, PG 2/27
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off CoverGirl product, Proctor & Gamble $110 booklet
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off CoverGirl product, PG 2/27
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off CoverGirl product, Proctor & Gamble $110 booklet
    (makes it $8.74)
  • CoverGirl Lip Perfection, .05 oz, $5.94
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off CoverGirl product, PG 2/27
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off CoverGirl product, Proctor & Gamble $110 booklet
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off CoverGirl product, PG 2/27
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off CoverGirl product, Proctor & Gamble $110 booklet
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off CoverGirl Lip Perfection product, PG 1/30 (EXP 02/28)
    Manufacturer Coupon (use $2 off, makes it $3.94)
  • CoverGirl and Olay Simply Ageless Primer or Foundation $12
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off CoverGirl product, PG 2/27 or Proctor & Gamble $110 booklet
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off CoverGirl product, PG 2/27 or Proctor & Gamble $110 booklet
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Olay Facial product, PG 1/16 (EXP 02/28)
    (makes it $11)
  • Nice ‘n Easy Foam Hair Color $7.97
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off Nice ‘n Easy hair color, SS 1/23 (EXP 02/28)
  • Secret Clinical Strength, 1.6 oz, $7.94
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off Secret Clinical Strength deodorant, PG 2/27
    Manufacturer Coupon -$3 off Secret Clinical Strength deodorant, booklet in February People Espanol magazine
    Manufacturer Coupon -$3 off Secret Clinical Strength deodorant, March Ebony magazine
    Manufacturer Coupon -$3 off Secret Clinical Strength deodorant, P&G home mailer
    (use $3 off, makes it $4.94)
  • Gillette Venus ProSkin Razor $7.94
    Manufacturer Coupon -$5 off Gillette Venus ProSkin MoistureRich, Embrace, or Breeze refillable razor AND Venus cartridge, PG 2/27
  • Gillette Venus ProSkin Cartridge, 4 ct., $14.47
    Manufacturer Coupon -$5 off Gillette Venus ProSkin MoistureRich, Embrace, or Breeze refillable razor AND Venus cartridge, PG 2/27
    Manufacturer Coupon -$3 off Venus razor cartridges, PG 1/30 (EXP 02/28)
    (use $3 off, makes it $11.47)
  • Pampers Cruisers Super Pack $25
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off Pampers diapers or pants AND wipes 60 ct +, PG 1/30 (EXP 02/28)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off Pampers diapers or pants, booklet in February People Espanol magazine
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off Pampers diapers or pants, March Ebony magazine
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off Pampers diapers or pants, PG 2/27
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2.50 off Pampers diapers or pants, PG 2/27
    Manufacturer Coupon -$3 off Pampers diapers or pants AND wipes 60 ct +, PG 1/30 (EXP 02/28)

Household Items

  • Scrubbing Bubbles Extend-A-Clean or Daily Shower Cleaner Power Sprayer, 32 oz, $6.97
    Manufacturer Coupon -$3 off Scrubbing Bubbles Power Sprayer starter kit printable or printable
    (makes it $3.97)
  • Clorox Wipes, 75 ct., $4.63
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/1 Clorox Disinfecting wipes, 70 ct +, SS 1/02 (EXP 02/27)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Clorox Disinfecting Products printable
    (makes it $3.88)
  • Formula 409, 22 oz, $1.98
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/1 Formula 409 32 oz+ printable
  • Pedigree Dentastix, 6-6.2 oz, $2.98
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Pedigree Dentastix dog treats printable or printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off Pedigree Dentastix dog treats, RP 1/30
    (use $2 off, makes it 98¢)
  • Friskies Tasty Treasures, 5.5 oz, 42¢
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/15 off Purina Friskies cat food cans, SS 1/16
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/15 Purina Friskies canned cat food, SS 2/13
  • Temptations Cat Treats, 3 oz, $1.50
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Temptations cat treats, RP 2/06
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/3 Temptations Treats for Cats printable or printable
    (use $1/2, makes it $1)
  • Oxi-clean Versatile powder, 6 lbs., $9.96
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off OxiClean Versatile powder, 56 oz + printable
    (makes it $8.96)
  • Bounty Basic Paper Towels, 8 regular rolls, $5.37
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Bounty product, February Ebony magazine
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Bounty towels 6 roll + or (2) towels or napkins, Booklet in select PG products
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Bounty paper towels, 6 ct +, Proctor & Gamble $110 booklet
    Manufacturer Coupon -.25/1 Bounty towels or napkins, PG 1/30 (EXP 02/28)
    (makes it $4.37)
    (get it at Kroger for $3.99)
  • Snuggle Sheets, 200 ct., $5.97
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Snuggle liquid fabric softener or dryer sheets printable
    Manufacturer Coupon-$1 off Snuggle product printable
    (makes it $4.97)
  • Tide detergent, 100 oz, $11.97
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Tide detergent, on product or P&G home mailer printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Tide detergent, Proctor & Gamble $110 booklet
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Tide laundry detergent, booklet in February People Espanol magazine
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Tide laundry detergent, March Ebony magazine
    Manufacturer Coupon -.35/1 Tide detergent, PG 1/30 (EXP 02/28) or PG 2/27
    (makes it $10.97)
    (get it at Ingles for $9.88)
  • Cascade Action Pacs, 20 ct., $3.97
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Cascade Action Pacs dishwasher detergent, Booklet in select PG products
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Cascade product, February Ebony magazine or Proctor & Gamble $110 booklet
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Cascade product, on product
    Manufacturer Coupon -.25/1 Cascade product, PG 2/27
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/1 Cascade ActionPacs, Organize in Style home mailer
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/1 Cascade Complete All-In-One pacs, Organize in Style home mailer
    (makes it $2.97)
  • Swiffer Dusters Extender Starter Kit $8.97
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Swiffer Dusters starter kit, Organize in Style home mailer
    (makes it $7.97)
  • Duracell Batteries, AA or AAA, 10 ct., $5.97
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Duracell batteries, 8 pk +, Proctor & Gamble $110 booklet
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Duracell Coppertop batteries, 8 pk +, Pampers home mailer (EXP 02/28)
    (makes it $4.97)
  • Bounce Dryer Bar $4.27
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Bounce dryer bar, Booklet in select PG products or on product
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Bounce dryer bar, PG 1/30 (EXP 02/28)
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/1 Bounce dryer bar, PG 1/30 (EXP 02/28)
    (makes it $3.27)
  • Ultra Downy Fabric Softener, 105 loads, $6.97
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Downy Ultra, on product
    (makes it $5.97)
  • Waverly Collection Plates, Cups, and Napkins $2.88
    Manufacturer Coupon -$3/3 Hefty Waverly cups, plates or napkins printable
    Manufacturer Coupon-B2G1 Waverly Collection cups, plates or napkins printable
    (use $3/3, makes it $1.88)

Regular Deals

Fridge or Frozen

  • Hormel Completes Kids Meals $1.98
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Hormel Compleats Kids Microwave meal printable or printable
    (makes it 98¢)
  • Lean Cuisine, $1.88
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Lean Cuisine Entree printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Lean Cuisine Market Creations, SS 1/02
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/3 Lean Cuisine product, January All You magazine or printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/4 Lean Cuisine entree printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -Free Mail in Rebate Reusable Lunch Bag WYB (20) Lean Cuisine Entrees, excl Market Creations
    (makes it $1.38)
    (get it at Target for $1.25)
  • Athenos Greek Yogurt, $1
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Athenos Greek yogurt products printable
    (makes it 50¢)
  • Kraft Cheese with a Touch of Philadelphia Cream Cheese, $1.90
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Baker’s bar AND Jell-o pudding or gelatin AND Kraft Philadelphia cream cheese, tearpad
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1.25/3 Kraft Bakers bars, Jell-O, Nilla Wafers, or Philadelphia Cream Cheese, Deliciously Simple Recipes booklet
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Kraft Natural Shredded Cheese w/ a Touch of Philadelphia printable or printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/1 Kraft Shredded cheese with a Touch of Philadelphia printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.55/1 Kraft Philadelphia Cream Cheese or Natural Shredded cheese, Kraft Food & Family booklet
    (use .55/1, makes it $1.35)

Dry Goods

  • Kikkoman Soy Sauce, $1.42
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Eggs WYB (2) Kikkoman product, RP 1/23
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Kikkoman soy sauce, 10 oz + printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.55/1 Eggs carton WYB Kikkoman product, February All You magazine
    Manufacturer Coupon -.55/1 Eggs WYB Kikkoman product, RP 1/23
    Manufacturer Coupon -B1G1 Kikkoman Ponzu Sauce (10 oz) WYB any Kikkoman Sauce, $3 max printable
    (use .55/1, makes it 87¢)
  • Rhodes Warm & Serve Rolls, $1.76
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Rhodes bread or rolls, RP 11/14, RP 12/12, or RP 11/14
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Rhodes Warm-N-Serv rolls, RP 1/23 or RP 2/06
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Rhodes Warm-N-Serv rolls printable
    (makes it 76¢)
  • Quaker Old Fashioned Oats, 18 oz, $1.88
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Quaker Instant oatmeal or Quick or Old Fashioned oats, RP 1/02
    (makes it 88¢)
  • This is a great deal. Stock up! Muir Glen Tomato Paste, 98¢
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Muir Glen product printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Muir Glen products printable or printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/1 Muir Glen tomatoes can printable
    (makes it FREE)
  • This is a great deal. Stock up! Maruchan Yakisoba Noodles, 48¢
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/1 Maruchan Yakisoba, SS 1/02
    (makes it FREE)
  • Louisiana Hot Sauce 12 oz. $1.12
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Louisiana hot sauce, 12 oz, SS 1/16
    (makes it 62¢)


  • Gatorade Prime and Recover, $1
    Manufacturer Coupon -Free Gatorade Perform or G2 16 oz. WYB Gatorade Prime 4 oz. and Gatorade Recover 16 oz, RP 1/09
  • Nescafe’ Tasters Choice, 8 ct., 97¢
  • Celestial Seasonings Green Tea 20 ct. $1.96
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Celestial Seasonings tea, SS 1/16, SS 12/12 or printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/1 Celestial Seasonings tea printable
    (makes it 96¢)

Household or Personal Care

  • Olay Bar Soap $2.48
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Olay bar, body wash, in shower body lotion or hand & body lotion, PG 2/27
    Manufacturer Coupon -$3 off Secret base deodorant WYB Olay bar or body wash, PG 1/30 (EXP 02/28)
    Manufacturer Coupon -Free Olay bar, body wash or in shower lotion WYB facial cleanser, PG 2/27
    Manufacturer Coupon -Free Secret base deodorant max $3 WYB Olay bar or body wash, PG 1/30 (EXP 02/28)
  • Tuck’s pads, 12 ct., $2.78
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Tucks product, (register) printable or printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off Tucks product printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$5/2 Tucks product printable or printable
  • This is a great deal. Stock up! Colgate Toothpaste, $1
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Colgate toothpaste, 5.8 oz +, Get More From Your Pharmacy booklet
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/1 Colgate toothpaste, 4 oz +, SS 2/27
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/1 Colgate toothpaste, 4 oz +, SS 2/13
    (makes it FREE)
  • This is a great deal. Stock up! Sensodyne ProNamel Toothpaste, travel size, 97¢
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Sensodyne ProNamel toothpaste, RP 1/02
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Sensodyne ProNamel printable
    (makes it FREE)
  • Motrin, 20-24 ct., $3.78
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Motrin IB or PM product, SS 1/09
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Motrin IB printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$6/2 Motrin products SS 1/09 or printable
  • This is a great deal. Stock up! Advanced Maximum Strength Maalox Chewable Tablets, 90 ct., $4.52
    Manufacturer Coupon -$5 off Maalox, SS 1/09
    (makes it FREE)
  • Spic & Span Cleaner, 97¢
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Spic & Span printable
    (makes it 47¢ ea)
  • Snuggle Blue Sparkle fabric softener, 40 ct., $1.87
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Snuggle liquid fabric softener or dryer sheets printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2/2 Snuggle fabric softener, SS 1/16
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/1 Snuggles Fabric softener, January All You magazine
  • This is a great deal. Stock up! Scotch Brite Sponges, 84¢
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Scotch Bathroom product printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Scotch-Brite products printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Scotch Brite scrub sponges, scour pads, dishwand or refills, SS 2/06
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/2 Scotch Brite scrub sponges, scour pads, dishwand or refills, SS 2/06
    (makes it FREE or 34¢)
  • Pedigree Good Bites Treats $2.97
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Pedigree Goodbites dog treats, RP 1/02
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Pedigree good bites, 5 oz, Bi-Lo New Year, New You Booklet
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off Pedigree Good Bites snack printable or printable
    (makes it 97¢)
  • Cesar Canine Cuisine, 72¢
    Manufacturer Coupon -B1G1 Cesar Canine Cuisine entree, RP 1/30 or printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -B1G1 Cesar Canine Cuisine printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -B3G1 Cesar Canine Cuisine entree, RP 1/30
    Manufacturer Coupon -B3G1 Cesar Canine Cuisine entree printable or printable
    (makes it 36¢)
  • This is a great deal. Stock up! Wardley Advanced Nutrition Fish Flake Food, $2
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off Wardley Advanced Nutrition Product printable
    (makes it FREE)
  • Blistex Medicated Balm .15 oz. 84¢
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Blistex Lip Medex or Medicated lip ointment or balm, SS 12/12 (EXP 03/01)
    Manufacturer Coupon -.35/1 Blistex product, SS 1/16
    (makes it 49¢)
    • Guest

      I am not an employee of Walmart, and actually don't shop there on a regular basis, but your biased against them really bothers me. I guess because in every other area you seem to be so kind and open minded. It is evident that you have a personal problem with Walmart.

      • Megak

        Eh? Jenny is just trying to point us to the best deals. In her professional opinion (and mine) Walmart is not the place for those deals 90% of the time unless you don't coupon — in which case you probably don't need this site. I used to shop at Walmart and Costco because I used to think they had the best deals. Now its clear to me (mostly through Jenny's communications) that couponing and other stores are much better deals.

        • Jessie

          Yeah, Walmart's coupon policy sucks. Grocery stores always have better deals with coupons! I, however, do have a problem with the store, but that's not why Jenny tells you to go with grocery stores ;-)

          • Mcduncan05

            I have one or two problems with coupons at walmart and they were on printables. I went to walmat on Friday night and saved over $20 in coupons.

          • cindy

            Just read and downloaded WalMarts new coupon policy. It says they are actually giving overage now. Plan on trying it out today.

      • Chrstyamyrs

        If it bothers you so much then go to a different site. Walmart is horrible with deals and Jenny is just showing her readers where you will be able to get better deals at.

        • Fiveroller

          everyone keeps saying this exact thing and i dont disagree that on selected items you will find great stock up prices occasionally at other grocery stores. by keeping an eye out for stock up prices at other stores on the items we use, i have been able to cut down some on the groceries we buy at wm. however, its never more than a couple items a week and its usually not a great deal, it is just better than wm.

          everyone keeps saying the other grocery stores can always beat walmart though and i dont see it. i posted my wm receipt on here several weeks ago. i didnt go buy rollback items or anything just the items we needed that week. the prices werent particularly great but i wanted to see where all those great deals were i was missing. i asked for anyone to show me where i could find my items cheaper in the last 6 -8 weeks at HT or bilo and i got 1 legitimate response. someone found the cheese i bought cheaper at HT. thats great but if i had to buy the rest of the items on my list at a grocery store i would have been severely in the hole. people keep saying it but no one can show it.

          • Emily Rose

            One thing to keep in mind about couponing in general is that you cannot be brand committed on most items. If you are committed to buying only Kraft Cheese Sandwich Slices, then you might miss out when another brand of sandwich cheese goes on sale each 6-8 weeks. But Jenny is correct in that most all brand go on sale once every few months (this is a fact, not some made up story to get more couponing folks in the aisles at grocery stores). Maybe this is the hang-up for you? I had this problem in the past but got past it after realizing that my kids will eat other brands if that's the option. Having that said, there are a few things I am brand committed to (ie- I will only buy silk chocolate soy milk bc the other brands flavors are yuck!)

            I just recently moved south so I am able to use southernsavers and it is a tremendous help, previously (In DC) I had to do all the circular studying myself which took hours. I did shop at Walmart when we lived in DC if I could not find the time and/or energy to study the circulars and my coupon binder. When I first moved in Alabama a few weeks ago, I went to Walmart to shop because I was unfamiliar with which grocery stores were in Gadsden, my eye balls almost rolled out of my head when my total rang up to over $200. I since will only buy particular items there & I do look at Jenny's list for what is on sale at Walmart and all the grocery stores.
            And you are correct the “everyday” prices at Walmart are lower than at the grocery stores. But when there is a sale, with a coupon (or 2), I have found that it is always lower than any price at walmart.

            • Fiveroller

              i understand what youre saying and i am brand committed on most things. our monthly grocery bill usually approaches about $300 for family of four. Id say at least 90% of our groceries come from walmart. if i can save $50 or even $100more a month by eating foods that arent my favorite brand, to me its not worth it. if $250/month instead of $300 on groceries made that big of difference in our finances,id say i should probably be examining other areas of my budget and financial decisions.

              as for being correct about most brands going on sale every 6-8 weeks, this is where i disagree. like i said, i posted my receipt. one person found a walmart price beat within the last 6 weeks. everyone else just kept saying, cereal goes on sale, etc. and other very non specific things.

              one thing i cannot argue is the deals at drug stores. Rite aid is truly unbeatable. we never have to worry about non grocery items being a part of the budget anymore.

            • Look, no one here is going to take the time to analyze your grocery bill, but here is what I suggest you do:

              1. Make a list of all of the food and household items you like/need to keep on hand. For example, pasta, canned beans, rice, olive oil, toothpaste, dish detergent, etc.

              2. Either using this site or another that is more useful based on the stores in your area, notice when an item on your list is available really cheaply somewhere, collect coupons, and buy enough to last you 2 months. For now, keep buying the other stuff on your list.

              3. Repeat, until you have a stockpile of things that you like to keep on hand. You'll have free toothpaste and pasta, cheap oil and paper towels, etc.

              4. As your stockpile items go on sale again, refill your pantry. This way, you will never pay retail price for staples like rice, pasta, floss, etc.

              5. For the things that rarely go on sale or you are absolutely brand committed to (which should be minimal), notice which store has the cheapest price on those items, and buy them, but don't stockpile. Try to use overage from moneymakers whenever possible when buying these things.

              If you do all of this and are still not saving money, you are either on a 100% raw vegetable diet or you are doing something wrong.

            • Of course, if you are 100% brand committed and only spending $300 a month, just stop worrying about coupon matching and do something else with your time.

            • Fiveroller

              this is what ive been doing for more than a year. most walmart prices are better. thats my point.

          • Rrbarr

            It's obvious you don't understand how to do the real couponing thing, for I thought the same way before I was educated. This site and others offers the education, so if you don't understand, do some reading.

          • frugal4life

            You need to watch Jenny's tutorial on how to coupon,so you can learn how to. Then you would understand what everyone is saying. Last night I bought all of my toiletry at Publix. Paid $19.56 for $78.25 worth of household items including a box of diapers that normaly cost $19.99. So there do the homework!

          • Fiveroller

            like i said, everyone keeps saying it but no one can prove it. my receipt is posted in the walmart vs. publix and bilo post from a few weeks ago.

            • Bee

              Oh I remember distinctly. But yet, you are still watching what goes on here and spending $80 bucks at Wal-Mart for a few bags of groceries and virtually no meat and produce.

              When I spend $80 at the grocery, it takes forever to bring it all in and put it away…and I'm not even maximizing my coupons as much as some who really know their way around.

              The education is on this site. I comprehended it and used it. Seriously, the coupon phenomena has pervaded the Internet, trickled down to local media. It's only a fallacy to those who won't take the time to understand it.

            • Fiveroller

              all talk. no proof. as always. why cant we just have a realistic, unbiased comparison. it would be so simple to do. everyone has something to say but noone can prove their point. anyone can just say things. proving it is another story as i have seen. if you dont feel the need to prove it to me then why respond to my post?

            • Bee

              “Why can't we have a realistic, unbiased comparison?”

              I don't have anything against Wal-Mart on a personal level. I was there Friday to see if they had a certain brand of eggs. I usually end up there when I have a great coupon for an item not carried elsewhere. They did have the eggs. I happened to have a little time on my hands. I walked through the aisles to make sure I didn't get ripped off on anything I had just bought at Kroger. I took into account the price minus the coupons I had just used at Kroger. In EVERY.SINGLE.SITUATION. I did better at Kroger–even on items that weren't part of a Kroger sale. I was in shock because I had been led to believe that Wal-Mart regular prices always beat grocery store everyday prices.

              At that point I realized not only was I saving money by sticking to grocery stores, my intelligence was being insulted by Wal-Mart. “Everyday low prices” my foot. This particular Wal-Mart is right across-the-street from Kroger. They can't even be bothered to price check that far? When I worked at Wal-Mart, there was ALWAYS an associate who price checked the competition. These days, Wal-Mart execs must sit in a little room and decide for themselves what market prices are. No wonder they are losing money and market share like never before.

              The deals at Kroger are so good that now the other stores in the area are attempting to steal some of their promotional ideas.

              But really, keep on shopping at Wal-Mart. I need you to keep them in business for me so I can roll up in there and use coupons for the infrequent item that isn't in Kroger.LOL

            • Fiveroller

              we had 2 krogers here years ago until walmart came to town. i really wish kroger was still here so i could get a couple good deals every week, but they couldnt compete. i dont think you have to worry about walmart staying in business. LOL

            • Rrbarr

              To be honest, no one has the inclination nor the time to “prove” anything to you, as we are very busy educating ourselves and saving our family tons of money…..but this website, and many others have taken time to do the instruction if you WILL take the TIME to self educate.

            • Fiveroller

              why respond to my post if you dont have time or inclination. i dont need education, i know how it works. im just not delusional. it wont be proven because it cant be. its that simple. thats why there will never be a realistic comparison done. pick 25 random items that both stores carry and track their prices for 6 weeks. its very simple. in the end the cheapest price you can find on all the items will be cheaper at walmart.

            • Fiveroller

              just to be clear- im saying the TOTAL price for all the items will be cheaper at walmart. i realize a few of the items will be cheaper at the grocery store.

            • Seb

              I think you keep missing the point.

              Yes, as far as run of the mill pricing goes, Walmart will probably beat grocery stores. Sometimes be a large amount, sometimes by pennies. However, when an item is on sale at a grocery store with coupons on top of it, a grocery store will beat Walmart. The point is to stock up so you don't have buy something at a run of the mill price.

              I spend ~$200/month between Publix and the drugstores for a family of 4 (and one on the way). I used to spend that a week at Walmart.

              Jenny has tutorials that are very helpful. Check 'em out.

            • Fiveroller

              i beleive thats exactly what i said i do. however, with 6 other grocery stores to choose from, i still rarely find the products we use at stock up prices. i buy them when i do, but its rare.

            • Rrbarr

              Yeah, and the crazy person isn't crazy just like the alcoholic doesn't have trouble with alcohol……yes, yes, yes……we all get it….

            • Cami White

              Hi Fiveroller!
              If you send me your email address, I'd be happy to send you my spreadsheet with all my savings. I take the time to put all my receipts into an excel file so I can keep track of my savings. I have 1 Walmart receipt, the rest are either Publix or Kroger.

              I feed a family of 7 with a $200/month budget. We eat well, and I cook every meal for my family (we all eat breakfast at home, kids before school, kids and husband take lunch to school/work, and I cook every night for my family, and often times for my friends as well). We also don't have tons and tons of space for a stockpile (we're in a 3 bedroom apartment).

              I think the point is is that most grocery stores will give you the overage for coupons to apply to other items so you can save on them as well (even when you don't necessarily have a coupon for the item, of if they're not as good a price). For example, yesterday, I went to Publix. Mueller's pasta is a money maker. For each box you purchase at $0.70, you can use a $1 off coupon (unlimited prints from the website). So I purchased a whole bunch, gave the pasta to the preschool where my son attended last year, and got a box of Pampers diapers, and a refill box of Pampers wipes for free.

              The week before, I purchased 12 pounds of meat, approx. 5 pounds of fish, and over 10 pounds of produce, along with pasta (again), pasta sauce, 4 loaves of bread (again, remember, family of 7), powdered sugar, shredded potatoes (for hashbrowns), butter, food coloring, muffin tin liners, 4 boxes of cereal, and 20 cans of tomatoes. I spent $33.40 for all of this. My total retail was $180.68. While I have done much better in other weeks (saving over 95%), this included $11 that weren't on sale at all and for which I also had no coupons (the neon food coloring, powdered sugar, bakers cups, and butter). Luckily, I had coupon overages on some items that I could apply to these to save a lot more.

              As a comparison, just the first few items on my list would have been more had a shopped at Walmart.

              Again, if you'd like to see my spreadsheet, please send me your email address. If you don't feel comfortable posting it here, send it to cami.white (at) yahoo (dot) com.

              And, just so you know, I do still shop at Walmart too…I'm even getting my daughters ears pierced there on Friday! I'm not anti-Walmart, I can just see the savings (and I am a former Walmart grocery item shopper, but a current Walmart-other-item shopper).

            • Nanleigh10

              I am so lucky that all my stores are in a triangle – Walgreens, Rite-Aid, Bi-lo, Publix, CVS, Walmart and Target. Although sometimes I feel like maybe I try a little to hard to get the best deals, I really get on a “high” when I do get the best deals. Even the cashiers want to go shopping with me. Publix this last week was fantastic. Publix had a $5.00 off when you buy 20 green giant, hunts, progresso, etc and they also had a $1.00 off 4 and you could use the mfr coupons on top of those. Bi-lo paid me to take Muellers Pasta out of the store!!! Of course, I didn't get the money, I got other products. WalMart does not do that. The WalMart here will not accept a $1.00 coupon if the product is 98 cents. I spent $16.00 at Publix and Bi lo together and took 12 bags of groceries in. I also spent $1.90 at Target for 12 Smart One dinners. I have learned so much from Jenny and have a lot more to learn. :)

            • Sparklecat2009

              Oh my Lord!! I just stopped by to glance at any deals that might be available and here you are again!!!! Holy smokes!! You must have stock in Wally World! I must admit that you make me chuckle everytime I run across one of your narcissistic little posts………. whatever

      • I agree with the other posters, Guest. Jenny's mission is to help us all save money by combining coupons and sales, and WalMart consistently falls short. While the store may have low prices on some items, experience proves that you can get a better deal on that particular item if you wait for a deal at a grocery store sale, especially when it doubles coupons (which WalMart does not). It doesn't seem that Jenny has something personal against WalMart, just that, in her professional opinion and experience, the store just does not have the savings opportunities that those of us who are willing to take the extra time to coupon are looking for.

        I also wish to point out that by definition, bias would involve Jenny having some outside knowlwedge that would influence her opinions of Wal Mart. Instead it is obvious that Jenny has done her research and proven that better deals can be had elsewhere most of the time. The proof is in the details above. If Wal Mart had good sales that, when combined with coupons made for better deals than, say, Publix, yet Jenny still spoke ill of Wal Mart, that might show some bias.

        Jenny points out where the better prices are as a service to all of us. If we seem defensive about your comment, please understand that she does us all a huge favor for no charge to her readers. Some people here are mothers who are able to stay at home with their children in part because of Jenny's efforts, some are getting through a job loss thanks to Jenny, and some of us are just able to save more money toward our future or pay off debt faster because of her efforts. We want to make sure she is not discouraged from doing all of this hard work and spending hours pouring over ads and writing posts.

        • Fiveroller

          Lets dont get carried away now. I have no doubt Jenny is a great person, believe her coupon skills are unaparalleled, and admire what she has done with her passion for saving money and with this web site. But if you really believe this site and her efforts is just a service and favor to all of us with nothing in return, you obviously have no understanding of how the internet works.

          • I didn't say that she does not get compensated, only that, unlike other sites, she does not charge her READERS a fee. Please re-read my post and notice the language I actually used. She is compensated through ads, linking, referrals, etc. But a bloger needs to have great content to be successful at making money without charging readers a fee, and Jenny does a great job, which is why she's one of my top 3 coupon bloggers. I am well aware of how the Internet functions, thank you.

            • Sb

              Beautifully said Ashatl!

      • Hey there,

        I actually have had great friends that work there and love it and I have no problems with them. I only try to get you to not get your groceries there because my goal is to help you save as much money as possible and it's just not going to happen at Walmart on food, personal care, or household items.

        They do have great deals on socks though (and other random things) :)

        Sorry to upset folks though (believe me the day I started to post Walmart deals I upset more folks that thought I was going against my savings morals so it is a constant struggle to help folks find balance on this store)

        • Ftk

          I still believe WM should be part of your grocery shopping strategy. There are many items that just don't go on sale on a regular basis at traditional grocery stores or over-priced even with coupons compared to WM. Also, with coupons over $.50 and not doubled in my area WM's prices many times are the better store for value. I'm thankful that we have three WMs in our area just to keep prices low at other stores. Nevertheless, I still purchase the bulk of my groceries from Kroger. Keep the post going. Thanks for all your help. Cheers!!

        • carrie

          Your comment at the top about if you have the option to go to a local grocery store than please ignore this list made me chuckle. Even though I only go to WM once I month, I hope you will continue to post their deals. I can't believe people would actually get upset with you for including WM. Like you said, for some people, that is their only option – everyone else, just ignore. Thanks for all your hard work.

        • Dale Sharpe

          I appreciate all you do!!!!!!!!!!!! I use to shop at Walmart all the time but since I visit your website I don't go there much at all and have saved lots of MONEY!!!!!! THANKS to YOU.

        • Mary

          Just to let you know I appreciate the Wal-mart list. About once a month I take all of my coupons that will make something free or close to free to Wal-mart. I enjoy this and it helps me out. We usually end up trying products that we normally wouldn't think to buy. The cashiers can get a little flustered with me, but I just try to pick one that I know will be excited to see all my deals. I have had very few problems using coupons there.

          My biggest money wasting problem with Wal-mart is the impulse buys. That's where it adds up. That's why I try to limit my trips there. Lately I have been in there WAY too much. I'm on my way there now to pick up a site-to-store order. This is my first time doing that so I hope it goes well.

          My town only has Walmart and Kroger (and well, Sav-a-lot but there's a rotten meat smell in this one) for groceries. I think it keeps them competitive with the grocery prices. I like Kroger for produce and meat, but Wal-mart has really improved their produce department. I'm still a little leary about the meat, but I do get it pretty often and we are still alive.

          Also, new products are almost always available at Wal-mart well before Kroger stocks them. So a lot of the high value trial period coupons would expire if I only shopped at Kroger.

          I understand all the political reasons against Wal-mart. But I am a single mom with two kids. I have to save money where I can. Besides, I worked in a sheet-metal plant for the last 10 years. Do you know where a lot of our steel comes from? I can't let everything bother me. I just have to do the best I can.

          Thanks for all your money-saving help!

      • Eharris1975

        Every time that my wife and I have attempted to use coupons at Walmart we have been turned away and told that they will not accept the coupons. This is at 3 different Walmarts in our area. I think that this is the issue at hand, and in all honesty, I have stopped using them at all and encourage others to do so as well. If they are not on board with people saving money, I'm not on board with them.

      • GTjacket

        Use another site if you have such a problem.

      • Fiveroller

        i agree. i have plenty of other options. HT, bilo, lowes foods, food lion, bloom, IGA here. i check the ads for these stores every week here on the site. even with all those options, i only find 1 or 2 things we use at a good sale price every week at bilo or HT and try to stock up, but the other 90% of our groceries comes from wm. i dont really understand the hatred for wm. ive never had a problem with a coupon there that i havent had anywhere else. of course, ive never had very many problems using coupons anyway. i like to coupon and save as much as anyone and i always read on here how any products you use will go on sale every 6 weeks or so at one of the grocery stores so i keep my eyes open for it, but i find very few of the things we buy at stock up prices. if i had to buy the must haves on my list at grocery stores, theres no way i could make up the difference. i read about a lot of great deals on here at grocery stores, but if i dont see the point in buying things you wouldnt normally buy just because theyre free or almost free. they still take up space and you still have to pay tax for something you wouldnt normally buy anyway.

        • Rrbarr

          It's obvious you don't understand real couponing, for I thought the same way before I was educated on how to really do it.

        • Nanleigh10

          Oh Fiveroller – I thought that it was useless to get those items free too. But right before Christmas, I got Campbells soups (cream of chicken and cream of mushroom) FREE. I had plenty, so I gave them to the church for the food bank – 28 cans. I have been getting Mueller's Pasta every other week FREE. Green Giant canned goods at Publix – 20 for $2.80. Instead of getting rid of those coupons I do not need, I buy the product even it it costs something and give it to the food bank. If all couponers did that, the food banks would be full of products at all times. Just a thought

          • apoint2bemade

            I like the way you think!

      • Joy

        If Walmart wouldn't keep raising their prices everyone wouldn't need to coupon so much. They also need to revise their system to allow more coupons per shopping order. I think it is 8 limit so you have to ring items in separate orders to use more coupons.

        • Isabela50

          I used 40 yesterday in one transaction with no problems…

        • Henaomiller

          on their policy it says 40 or more qs they need customer service approval, my sis in law used 30 last wk with no prob in one transaction!

      • abby

        The purpose of this site is to point out the best deals…all Jenny is pointing out is that Walmart does not have the best deals. I appreciate Jenny putting the better prices on here so that I don't overlook something thinking it is a better deal than what it is.

        • lookin4abargain

          If there is such a thing as F+ that would be my grade. I tried to use my $5 off 2 tucks. Each was priced at $2.78, they said I could not beacuse it would be geeting the item free. Excuse me but when I was in school. so long ago there is still a .56 bal + tax. The manager had to come over and explain this to them, it was a little embarrasing and had my nana not needed them I would have walked out instead of waiting almost 20 minutes to use 1 coupon. That was the only thing I had. 2 items in the so called express lane, nothing express about this purchase.

      • Ctcjsbag5

        I don't think Jenny is biased against Wal-Mart. She is pointing out all the deals at other places. Wal-Mart's customer service stinks, their cashier's are not coupon friendly and there prices are much higher. Believe me I tried to give Wal-Mart a chance with my couponing and they get an F!

      • Mc

        It would be fine with me, and I am sure many other people that use this site, if Jenny quit putting WalMart on here. I appreciate all that Jenny does and if her posts offend you, don't use her site. Thank you Jenny!

        • carrie

          I for one want Jenny to continue posting Wal-Mart, if for no other reason than to continue to remind me of why I hardly go there. Since I do have to go once a month (Parent's Choice is cheaper than Pediasure which hardly ever goes on sale), I use Jenny's list to make mine to take advantage of the few actual deals WM has.

        • Henaomiller

          what part of ignore if you have another groc store didnt you get! its all some people have and here in Ohio there good at price matching and last wk I use 20+ q's with no prob. I did start using CVS and Rite aid since last fall when I was introduced to SS, and have saved my family lots of money! awesome site!

      • June

        Jenny is not biased–just an expert at this!
        walmart is not place to use coupons!

      • Godlymom71

        If you do not like Jenny's comnent just move on an use a different site. All I know is that she saves me hundreds of dollars everyweek and Walmart does not. So please be polite or move on.

      • Tiggertodd2

        I really don't think that she is being biased. The truth is that you couldn't get half as many groceries at Walmart on sale as you could Publix on sale. I have a Walmart 10 mins from my house and I drive 40 mins away to a Publix and I still have saved on my usual grocery bill and gotten tons more in the process.

      • Jo

        You are looking on the consumer side. Walmart has internal policies that are not what I would call equitable. If you are a vendor or supplier, Walmart by contract will withhold payment up to 90 days for goods or services rendered. You have to accept these terms to be able to sell your items in their stores.. Most any other company uses a revolving 30 day ( or less )cycle for payment. Walmart is vicious to deal with if you are a supplier. THey always want the upper hand. Right now They have clearance toys in a store that have been marked down once right after CHristmas. They are still sitting there same price as in December.. They think by putting a red sticker on them te average consumer will think they are super cheap. And to boot , they have had 90 days to hold them for payment.

    • Jolley1

      Oscar Mayer Deli Fresh Shaved Meat is 2 for $5 at Walgreens!

      • Nanleigh10

        Great!!! I'll get mine at Target – have Target coupon and mfr coupon and they take both and match WalMart price :)

    • Tlhvanmaanen

      I was going to just post a complaint about Wal-Mart myself but I will also comment on what is being said about Jenny. First – I was told by a “Wal-Mart supervisor/store mang” that taking a coupon over the limit of the item was “illegal and against store policy”. $1off always panty liners and the item was $0.83. Publix and Bi-Lo do it so the illegal part was just idiotic then when I asked why the Cleveland TN and Ooltewah TN Wal-Marts accepted them, he then proceeded to tell me that they (East Brainerd TN) were an international store and had to go by a different coupon policy. It would have been better if he was just honest and said “i don't know” instead of making up a load. As fa a s Jenny being biased…she is here to SAVE us money and flat out Wal-Mart is NOT where I find most of my best deals. It is the LAST place I go go if what I need is not on sale. I buy my newspaper, bananas and GV muffins there and sometimes Totino's pizza's but only if my coupon is fixing to expire :)

    • Kenzbug

      Is it just me, or are walmart prices high? Looking at some of the prices, walmarts sale price is still higher than the grocery store regular price. Maybe it's just me. Don't know.

    • Kenzbug

      Guess I should have read other post first. Looks like I'm not the only one that agrees Walmart isn't the place to go for groceries.

    • Linds..:)

      Let's all just face the facts…no one will every be able to please everyone. Someone will always complain about something. I do have hatred toward Wal-Mart. First of all…they are sending ALL of our american dollars, that we all work hard for, to China. China's intention is to make us (America) a third world country. Last year, Wal-Mart sent $4 BILLION to China. And our American $1 decreased by 20%. So, what we think is $1, in China it's only .80. This is crazy, people. Wonder why our country is in such economic distress? Hmmmmmmm…who woulda thunk it?! Nevermind that…other problems I have repeatively had at Wal-Mart. They won't return hardly anything anymore, Customer Service SUCKS!, cashiers are not the brightest crayon in the box and they want to give me hassle every time I try to use coupons. Thinking I am trying to pull one over on them. I used to be a faithful Wal-Mart everything shopper before SouthernSavers because, well, it was cheaper without sales and coupons. Now that I am a faithful couponer, I get things I would have bought at Wal-Mart at their price for nearly 90% off…sometimes FREE! To each his own. If you would rather spend more money than you have to and support a business that is doing dirty business…so be it. DO NOT give Jenny any grief over this petty stuff. I am very thankful and grateful that Jenny is doing this for us and appreciate any deals she throws out even if it does happen to be cheaper at Wal-Mart. I will go and use my coupons and fight with the employees if I can save any money. Thanks, Jenny, for your awesome work! The rest of us appreciate you at least! ;o)

      • Fiveroller

        walmart is a consumer of goods and services just like you and i. they are in the business of making money just like you and i. they buy their goods and services wherever they can get the best deal. just like you and i.

      • Bee

        Then you need to have a beef with the people who export food in this country. This country exports HUGE amounts of the food grown here to China and other foreign countries.

        It makes the food prices here go UP.

        Not everything can be blamed on Wal-Mart.

    • Serattcoupons

      I was able to get Gain 80ct dryer sheets for 0.16 with the $3 mfc that came out a week or so ago.

      • Linds..:)

        They are FREE at Bil-Lo this week with that same coupon. Oooops! ;o) I hate it when that happens. But still a good deal!

        • Tlhvanmaanen

          Except it is the 40ct that is $2.99 at BiLo (making it free) where you can pay $.12 at Wal-Mart and get 80ct…but then u have to put up with poor Cust Service…go thru a self-check out if possible. I drive across town to the other Wal-Mart just so I don't have to go thru a check out if at all possible. They act like we are trying to rob them…derrr!

          • Linds..:)

            LOL…they so do! Man…I totally missed that deal and used my Gain coupons already. :-L Oh well…next time I'll know. But really wasn't feeling bringing my boxing gloves with me to Wal-Mart this week. ;oD Thanks for sharing!

      • Ctcjsbag5

        Dollar General had the 40 count for $2.00. I used the $3.00 off coupons and bought 3 and made $3.00.

    • Linds..:)

      Oh…and of course you would comment as a “Guest”. Ha!

      • Tlhvanmaanen

        Tru dat :)

    • Ftk

      Please keep in mind, that there are thousands of items at a typical grocery store, this blog and others only cover maybe 50% of the products in the store. It is impossible to keep track of that many products in a grocery store. If you just buy the 50% identified then go to the traditional grocery store and use as many coupons as possible. If you enjoy variety and maybe not all of the national & regional brands try WM for maybe a lower price.

    • Lea

      As Jenny said at the begining of this post,”Walmart is JUST FOR FOLKS THAT HAVE NO OTHER OPTION…Everyone ELSE PLEASE IGNORE THIS LIST..” Everyone is entitled to their own Opinion,whether you like it or not.Get over it! I myself have to rely on WM for most of my shopping ,since I'm only able to go to regular grocery stores once or twice a month because of working 2nd shifts. WM's are open 24hrs,so I can shop anytime. It's not my first choice, but we do what we have do!.. ANY DEAL at WM is a find! THANK YOU JENNY, I love the way you post all options,it lets Me know what I can hold off on and where to go{saving me time} on my grocery store visits….On coupons, I very rarely have had any problems. Last week I saved $79.92 with coupons! Only problem was after around coupon 12,kept getting beeps but, my cashier knew what to do and had to have an override done. Walmart price matches also which helps.

    • Kelly4cowbell

      Just to let you know, the 1.78/lb for the boneless, skinless chicken breasts is an everyday price at my WM, not just a special for this week.

    • cmoore76

      REGULAR priced items at times (may) be cheaper at Wal-mart than most grocery stores. I've used coups since high school, believe or not, while following the weekly drug/grocery ads which is when I realized the sale deals are way better than Wal-mart. I'm 30+ now. I started monitoring this site along w' others last year and have doubled my saving rewards. LOVE IT!!!

      I only get certain items at Wal-mart unless I have a comp ad, but prefer to go to that actual store to help patron other local stores to help prevent them from becoming a monopoly. Esp since they don't double coups!

      Drug/Grocery store REGULAR prices on some things can be expensive if NOT on sale. The KEY is to get it on sale (w' a coupon) so u wont' have to pay the regular price ANYWHERE just because you've ran out.

      Wal-mart is for those who don't want to monitor weekly sales ads or use coupons.
      Beware, their prices change too.

      But if something is still cheaper at Walmart, then Post it to prove they are cheaper for the particular item(s).

      Thanks all for both views. Let's be nice & respectful. It's ok to dispute or provide criticism in a kind way.

    • Go to CVS for many of the Proctor and Gamble deals. You'll get ECBs back.

    • Guest

      Everyone missed the point. Like them, hate them, shop where ever you want. What Jenny does is GREAT! I just didn't understand pinpointing WalMart as being so awlful. I follow her website nearly every day. Some days I am here multiple times. Again, what she does for all of her readers is WONDERFUL. I guess it's just not good to have an opinion that goes against the crowd. Sorry, I apologize for angering you all. By the way “Guest” is the option that pre-filled.

      • I think the thought process is that when you've believed that Walmart and Target are the cheapest, and then you discover that that is not necessarily true, you want to run and tell everyone.

    • My beef is with the people who bash Walmart and then give Target a pass. I'm an equal opportunity basher since their prices are pretty much identical. Target could actually give PUBLIX a run for its money when it comes to meat prices. Wow. Yes, Target has store coupons, but generally, it is still not as good with prices as a traditional grocery store/drug store if you shop the sale items.

      • Me2see2

        Target and/or Walmart doesn't double coupons either. That's the area where both could substantially improve people's perception of their price structure.

        • Yep. I'm in Florida, so doubling doesn't really affect me.

    • itismedia


      I have been couponing for 10 years and I have been on Jenny's site for the past two. I was doing extremely well, but Jenny has helped me save another 5-10% each week. This may not seem like a lot, but when you add it to what I was already saving I am saving 80-85% on average each week. Keep reading! =+)

      I have not set foot in a Wal-Mart in about 7 years because I, notice I said I, find that grocery stores are cheaper. I am lucky and live in a town with a Kroger, Publix, CVS, and Walgreens (Plus a few more). I am not sure what I would do if I only had a Wal-Mart to shop at. =+)

      I just noticed Jenny added WM and thought, “What in the world! Am I missing something?” I came over to look and I am not, again I said I. What I also noticed I am not missing is all of the bickering on this thread! My goodness, I know we can all be passionate about things, but a chain store????? Someone's innocent comment??? The great thing is we can shop anywhere we want whenever we want and Jenny is providing us with a variety of list to help us do that. Just because I do not shop at some of the stores does not mean that I jump on the site and bash those that do. I have a friend's mother who swears by WM and will shop nowhere else even though my friend will shop anywhere but there. It is okay. Maybe it is by desire or maybe it is by necessity. Whatever it is so be it.
      One more thing and I will get off my soapbox. Look at the list that Jenny provides for stores in your area. I am not saying shop at all of them, but do what I just did when I came here to the WM thread and look around and see what else there is to offer. Maybe you are right and for your area, WM is the best choice. You may also be surprised and find a new store to explore.

      Everyone please remember the number one rule in couponing, at least my rule…HAVE FUN!!!!

      • Meganclaycohen

        i respect you and appreciate your way of thinking, i couldnt have said it better myself!!

    • Veganpadua

      Ok I have a ?. I occasionally go to walmart for a few things but would love to learn how to go less. No more groceries or paper goods but what about other things like sippy cups, storage bins or sheets (odd 3 things that come to mind, lol)

      • carrie

        This is exactly why I still have to go to WM once a month – for all those oddities that grocery stores either don't sell or never go on sale so WM might have the best price. I do have to say that I stepped in a Dollar General last week for the first time and was surprised at at what all they carry. I only glimpsed at groceries because I was concerned about storage bins and they had some that were cheaper than WM – of course, the selection was different. But I have stopped my weekly WM trip and only go monthly for the few things that Publix never seems to have on sale (or at least not as frequently as I need them – example: Pediasure, DR's orders) and for those odd ball items that you mentioned above.

        • Veganpadua

          Glad I'm not the only one :) — I will try $ general though

    • Mary

      Ok, I am gonna put my 2 cents into this conversation. I am not a die hard Walmart fan, nor am I against Walmart. Jenny, for whatever reason~whether it be for showing how good OR bad Walmart's prices are, choose to put it on HER blog. She clearly stated in this posting to ignore this page if you do not shop at Walmart. For some people Walmart is the only choice to do any major shopping. I am pretty sure Jenny is not gonna come to your house and call you out if you find a good deal there. (I would like to see that though!) So,imo ~case closed.
      From a lot of postings I have read in the past, I took a lot of the people who followed this blog to be Christians or of a faith that at least held to the belief of common civility. So, I hope all the negative and spiteful responses have came from non Christians~Just because you disagree with someone does not give you or the responder the right to be snippy or have a ugly tone.
      I mean no disrespect to the person, sorry I did not scroll down to find your name again, who said that you can not be picky in couponing, I have to disagree. There a a lot of things my family is pickly about Jif, Charmin, Sunbeam bread just to name a few. I try to maximize my savings in other areas to I can afford the things I like. I also, have to agree with the poster who said just because something is free does not mean you have to get it. They were correct when they said that most states you have to pay sales tax, so that tax could be spent on something else that they wanted or needed. Yes they could donate it, and that would be great if they did so, but some people can not afford to spend ANY amount (tax) that is not absolutely needed. OK, my two cents is up, happy coupoing yall!

      • Ctcjsbag5

        Really you did….you went there!!! The negative comments must be from Non-Christians! Really? Everyone is entitled to their opinion and can speak openly about it as per our constitution, but you had to go their. That was a negative position on your part. Please do not impose your beliefs on others.

        Shop where you want to shop, save all the money you can, wherever it is!

    • couponshawn

      My Walmart had Chex Mix in display stands all over the store priced $2/2 which is $1 each…. theres a printable for .50/2

    • Erinaaaaa

      Thanks for posting Walmart deals, I have no kroger, publix, etc… only Hannaford and Price Chopper so, while Price Chopper has some deals (though not many) and no stores around here (upstate NY) doubles coupons, Walmart usually has the lowest prices. I haven't checked back on this sites Walmart post in about 2 weeks but am surprised that people are still arguing about Walmart…I think people who have stores that double should just be thankful about it and not get negative about Walmart when many others have no other option…

    • Ann Oyed

      We get it. You hate WalMart. Even when you list more freebies for them than other stores. It's fine to keep your mind shut about WalMart and to dislike them for whatever reason you have, but please for the love of all that is good in the world stop preaching about it.

      • Ashack66

        i personally think walmart sucks!!! They are a major rip off!!!

      • chillax

        I personally like that Jenny tells you if you can get an item somewhere else for a better price. She's just trying to help. Can't you be grateful? Thanks Jenny for saving my family so much money!!!

      • Rrbarr

        I really don't understand people who use someone's website and then tell them how to run it.

      • Wow

        Ann, all these freebies she is posting except for a couple have all been turned down at my local Wal-mart because they have it priced a few cents below the coupon price, (a few weeks ago, maalox for $4.98 and a coupon for $5.00). That is what she is preaching. They are way more temperamental than other stores about what they will or will not take. I have tried on multiple ocasions as experiments, and ended up just voiding the transactions due to the register refusing coupons. Frankly, she is doing you a favor with posting Wamart to begin with, so you may want to just say thanks and leave it at that.

      • Heather

        If you think you can do so much better than her site, then make your own with all your wonderful thoughts about Wal-mart. Money hungry store of the universe!!!!! So for the love that is good in the world GET A LIFE!!!!

      • Happy Feet

        Coupon Mom is respectful to Walmart… Try her sight…. I find better info.

    • Starr

      Wal mart has Stoffers for 2.48 but when I wanted the posted printable coupon it wasn't there, so it sure would help us if a zip code were also put next to it, is that do able? This isn't the only site That this has happen

    • Rachel1318

      My local WalMart is having $1 days in the back of the storeon a display next to the baby area. I got the Tide to go and Secret for Free. They also had Degree for men and women, Germex, Wet ones, lots of candy bar 8 packs, q-tips, and a lot more great $1 deals.

    • Nerdy Computer Gurl

      totally off the wall comment…but where those coupons that are more than the item are concerned….here is how you handle them..
      ( I work guest service at Target and I know how to work the system)
      you first ask for a manager when the cashier denys your coupon…..
      then tell them it is a manufactor coupon and they do get reimbursed for it…..
      just ask if they take off the amount of the item… for instance..if the item is 0.97 cents and the coupon is 1.00 ….just say…take off 0.97 cents….:) and voila…store you just made 0.03 cents on coupons…:)
      sometimes you have to ….*gasp* make a scene and they will finally give in and give you the discount to get rid of you…..

    • Linda

      My brother swears by Walmart, however I “Do Not” I would not trade my Harris Teeter for nothing. Yes HT is a lot more expensive, however I can beat Walmart prices with coupons!! And I have proven that several times. If you don't like peoples feedback, there are always other sites to browse. Thanks Jenny I love your site, you are at the top with my Harris Teeter. You have saved me so much money and knowledge!!

    • Jen

      Several dog toys are clearanced to 1.50 and 2.00 at my store. In addition our store in Florida had some childrens stuff $7.00 for a v-tech toy which was org. $20.00 seemed like a deal. A few febreze candles and sprays were also clearanced to 4 or 5 bucks which would be an okay deal if you had coupons to combine.

    • Jen

      FREE Dial Nutraskin when you purchase the small 3oz tube for $1.99 and use a manu coupon for 1.99 from redplum

    • Jen

      FREE Benefiber 10ct at 3.49 each when you use $7/2 coupon

    • Jen

      Walmart sells the Millstone Coffee Singles priced from $1.50-$1.99 per bag and there was a $2 off ANY Millstone Coffee coupon in the 2/13 RP making it FREE !

      • jessica

        thanks for the info – i think thats what this forum is intended for, to pass on helpful tips like this :)

    • sdlynn

      I took my list and coupons and they weren't on sale. There was no sign and they rang up regular price. Am I missing something?