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Frozen Grade A turkeys $.59 lb
Turkey breast $1.79 lb
Heinz Homestyle gravy $1 ($10 for 10)
Gold Medal flour, 5 lb $1.99
Marie Callender’s pies $4.99
Produce: Grapes $1.99 lb, Pineapples $2.99,
Buy (1) Purex Grip Rite oblong dish, 3 quart, $8.99
Buy (2) Oscar Mayer bacon 2/$13.98
MEAT, CHICKEN, FISH
Sanderson Farms chicken breasts (save up to $4.59)
London Broil (save up to $5.39 on 2)
Hormel Cure 81 boneless ham (save up to $5.99 on 2 lbs)
Fisherman’s Wharf whiting, tilapia, cod, perch, flounder, or grouper fillets (save up to $7.99 on 2)GROCERY
AW, Diet Rite or RC Cola (save up to $1.99 on 2)
Betty Crocker specialty potatoes (save up to $2.19 on 2)
Bird’s Eye Steamfresh vegetables (save up to $2.29 on 2)
Campbell’s gravy, Cream of chicken or mushroom soup (save up to $1.49 on 2)
Cheez-It crackers (save up to $4.69 on 2)
Del Monte vegetables (save up to $1.99 on 2)
Diner’s Choice mashed potatoes (save up to $4.39 on 2)
Dole bagged salads, blends or kits (save up to $3.99 on 2)
Duncan Hines cake mixes (save up to $2.49 on 2)
Edward’s premium or pecan pies and Breyer’s ice cream (save up to $9.39 on 2)
Fritos or Cheetos (save up to $.99 on 2)
General Mills cereals (save up to $4.49 on 2)
Gourmet Dining entrees (save up to $6.99 on 2)
Hunt’s canned tomatoes (save up to $1.89 on 2)
Keebler Townhouse, Wheatables, Club crackers (save up to $1.69 on 2)
Kraft Homestyle dinners, deluxe mac-n-cheese, Velveeta shells & cheese, Velveeta skillet dinners (save up to $3.49 on 2)
Kraft Mayonnaise or Miracle Whip (save up to $5.29 on 2)
Kraft chunk, shredded or crumbles cheese (save up to $4.19 on 2)
Lay’s potato chips, Planters nuts (save up to $5.49)
Luzianne family size tea bags (save up to $4.49 on 2)
Mama Lucia Italian style meatballs (save up to $7.99 on 2)
Mento’s mints, Extra or Wigley gum (save up to $3.29 on 2)
Mrs. Smith’s pre-baked pies and Cool Whip (save up to $7.99 on 2)
Mt. Olive chips, dill or spears, WD kosher dill (save up to $4.29 on 2)
Nabisco Ritz crackers (save up to $4.09 on 2)
Nature’s Own or Natural Grain bread (save up to $4.59 on 2)
Nestle morsels (save up to $3.39 on 2)
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Ronco pasta, Bertolli sauce (save up to $3.29 on 2)
Tetley classic tea bags, Arizona, Celestial teas (save up to $4.99 on 2)
Sabra hummus (save up to $3.99 on 2)
Smart Balance spreads (save up to $3.99 on 2)
Stove Top stuffing (save up to $2.89 on 2)
Wesson oil (save up to $4.79 on 2)
WD graham crackers (save up to $3.39 on 2)
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Sundown vitamins (save up to $31.99 on 2)
Crest spinbrush, Aquafresh, Natural Dentist (save up to $9.99 on 2)
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To beep or not to beep, seems to be more than a question. The beep makes couponers tremble and probably irritates cashiers.
If you have read a coupon, matched it up with an item and then heard the "oh-so-wonderful" beep at the register, you know what I'm talking about. There are legitimate coupons that will beep, as well as some that will not beep when used on items not intended for that coupon.
With coupons, you can't always rely on the barcode, which is the root of why a coupon beeps or doesn't beep. You have to go with the wording on the coupon. Not the picture, mind you, but the wording.
If a coupon states, "Not for trial or travel sizes," but someone tells you that it won't beep, do not use it.
If a coupon states a specific item but you learn it doesn't beep on an item not intended for the coupon, do not use it.
On the flip side, if you follow the wording and you have the correct product, correct size, etc, it may beep. Make sure you and the cashier read it and match it up with the product. If you are both unsure, ask for manager approval. The store has the right to refuse the coupon if it beeps, but, kindly ask for approval if you know it is correct.
A coupon will also beep if the item purchased is less than the coupon value. If you purchase a product that is $1 and the coupon is for $2 off the item, it will beep. Most stores will value down the coupon, which is a source of debate among couponers because the manufacturer will reimburse the store for the full value of the coupon, plus eight cents.
According to the coupon policy at Wal-Mart, the company gives the consumer full value of the coupon amount and allows the overage to go towards other purchases. The coupon will beep and the cashier has to verify the amount.
Got a question? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
It is also important to note that Couponmom.com has the match-up of the Tide $2 with the travel size on her website. She is the official P&G spokesperson.
In the meantime, Wal-Mart has the right to refuse this coupon, but it will get reimbursed the full $2, plus eight cents, should the store accept it.
If you have any questions, please email me at email@example.com.
This was originally published on June 30, 2011.
When Walmart released an updated coupon policy and price match guarantee in March 2011, couponers breathed a sigh of relief. However, it wasn’t long before specific questions were asked if price matching at a Walmart store was before, or after, coupon reward programs like Walgreen’s Register Rewards (RRs) and CVS’ Extra Care Bucks (ECBs).
The answer wasn’t always very clear. Consumers received varied answers from Walmart Customer Service representatives and store personnel. Adding to the confusion is the fact that many times Walmart managers didn’t seem to agree and the answer varied from store to store.
So, I asked Walmart Media Relations to clarify if their price match guarantee was before or after printable rewards which are only received after an item is purchased.
The example I presented was in the Walgreen’s 6/19-6/25 ad, which offered a $5 Register Reward for one Gillette Fusion ProGlide Razor System, sale priced at $9.89. I asked to clarify if the price match would be for $9.89 or would it deduct the Register Reward, bringing the total to $4.89. (There was a $4 off Gillette Fusion ProGlide Razor from the P&G, which would make the razor $.89 if the price match was after Register Rewards.)
According to Walmart spokesperson, Tara Raddohl, “Walmart will match a competitor’s sale price, the $9.89 sale price in your example. Register rewards are not coupons, so the amount of the register reward would not be deducted from the price.”
Raddohl also stated, "Walmart’s policy states that we will honor preferred shopping card prices for specific items at a specific price that are in a printed ad."
To view the Walmart Coupon Policy and Price Match Guarantee click here.
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