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Walmart Corporate Coupon Policy

by Tara Kuczykowski on June 15, 2008 · 346 comments

This is definitely useful information to be aware of. If you'd like to print it off so you can carry it with you (as I always do!), here's a direct link to the Walmart corporate coupon policy.

Walmart accepts the following types of coupons (see guidelines below):

  • Manufacturer coupons (Cents Off)
  • Free merchandise (or Buy-One-Get-One-Free) coupons
  • Store coupons
  • Pharmacy (Advertising and Promotional) coupons
  • Internet coupons
  • Soft drink container caps

The following are guidelines and limits:

  • Walmart only accepts coupons for merchandise we sell and only when presented at the time of purchase.
  • Coupons should have an expiration date and be presented within the valid dates. Walmart will not accept expired coupons.
  • Internet coupons should be legible and say "Manufacturer Coupon." There should be a valid remit address for the manufacturer and a scannable bar code.
  • Only one coupon per item is permitted.
  • Use of 40 or more coupons per transaction will require approval by Customer Service Manager.

Although it's not explicitly stated here, in my experience, if your total savings are more than 50% off your total purchase price, your transaction will require approval by a Customer Service manager as well.

{ 346 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Cari February 6, 2011 at 11:15 pm

Cindy, I can tell just by your attitude that you work at WalMart. Almost EVERY employee at WalMart is RUDE & hardly ever smiles. I understand you hate your job, but do you really expect a CUSTOMER to spill syrup and whip out a freaking mop and clean it up?! Accidents happen and there are people who work there to clean it up. Geeze.

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2 Cindy March 9, 2011 at 8:50 pm

What I expect is for the customer to do the RESPONSIBLE thing and let someone know they have made a mess. If you come into my home and make a mess, or if your children make a mess, I hope you would ask where the paper towels are and clean up the mess

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3 B From Montucket May 4, 2011 at 10:42 pm

Cindy its not there responsibility to get a paper towel period i know the policy the right thing to do is just let someone know what happened.. if you dont like your job find some where else to work

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4 Kathie April 5, 2011 at 11:40 pm

Cari just so yo know not all Walmart employees are rude! I work there I am NOT rude I always smile and I make it a point to talk to everyone. Also yes if you make a mess I would at least expect you to offer to clean it up no matter what it is. Its just common courtesy. If I am out shopping I clean my messes if my children or I happen to spill something cuz well...I'm not lazy.

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5 Jackie April 19, 2011 at 1:16 pm

Cari, not all Walmart employees are rude. I work there only because there are no other jobs in Northern KY. I'm not rude but I can agree with Cindy, a lot of people that come into Walmart are have no consideration. People have dropped their soda's and just walk away. At least they could do is ask if we have paper towel so they could clean up after themselves. The people that work at Walmart are treated like second class citizens. The people that shop at Walmart should be more considerate toward the people that have to work at WalMart for one day they may be working at Walmart and getting abused.

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6 Megan May 11, 2011 at 2:03 am

my personal opinon is all of you are right and wrong. yes walmart workers do get treated wrong, and ppl should pick up after themselves. on the other hand though every one has been treated bad in life. im a pizza hut worker and some time i get treated bad, but thats part of life. things happen. i honestly think ppl need to vent when their mad. so cindy has that right, but she also has got to understand that ppl suck. there is no changing the world and sometimes you just got to deal.

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7 Stacey February 9, 2011 at 12:39 pm

i have scanned over several complaints and i just want to add one thing (as i work at walmart/have been a cashier in the past). BEFORE you get in line, grab items that you think may be causing you trouble. FIND the highest manager on the floor (or just a CSM if this is all you can get) and pull them aside and ask them.

if you get a CSM at the register, and she says, 'no', and you say, 'Well George said it was okay' she'll call him, verify (george being HER manager), and has nothing left to say. usually the higher managers don't know the rules themselves, but if they say they'll accept the coupon, address or not, it will get taken.

walmart it just so big/so disorganized it's become a mess. Sam Walton is staring down on his sons and frowning, as his children destroy/drag his dream into the ground...another Paris HIlton story..

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8 Kathy February 10, 2011 at 9:24 pm

New to couponing ... only 3 weeks in ... and so frustrated with Walmart ... have printed out the coupon policy and carry it with me always to Walmart ... it says that it accepts Store Coupons ... tonight I took several Publix coupons that were cut from the back of their sale flyer today to redeem ... but the manager would not accept them saying they couldn't take them because it didn't have a bar code on it. The coupon policy mentioned nothing about that ... I told him corporate needs to make that clear on their policy ... heard him tell the cashier that I was right ... needless to say I did not make a purchase at Walmart tonight ... I went across the street to Publix and did my shopping ... so confused?

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9 Patricia February 23, 2011 at 12:54 pm

I had a good experience last week with walmart and coupons I just had to share! I purchased 4 packages of gain fabric softener (40 sheets) @$1.89 each and 4 combo packages of garnier fructis (2-8.5 oz) @$2.47 each combo. I had 4-$3 off coupons for gain and 4-$1 off coupon for the shampoo. My total before tax was $3.79. During the check out process the register did not want to take my coupons for the gain because the coupons value was more than the product. However the cashier looked at the coupons and saw that i purchased exactly what was on them and gave me my savings with out any hassle. Unlike other stores who only give the value of the item which I'm confused about because when they turn the coupons back in they get the value of the coupon regardless of the savings the customer actually got. I did notice that when I use coupons at walmart for free item that the cashier does not put in the price paid but the max amount is written in on the coupon by the cashier and then only gives the amount paid to the customer. I have addressed this with the cashier and was eventually given what the cashier put on the coupon.

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10 John March 6, 2011 at 10:15 am

Hello all,

I have an interesting story. For MONTHS my wife and I have been going to Wal-Mart for the savings, and my wife has become an avid "coupon shopper." Last night when she was checking out, she was told she could only use 1 coupon per item. We have never had this issue before. She was told it is store policy. So I called the corporate location and voiced my concern. I was told per their policy that was correct. Has anyone else run into this? As I told the person on the phone, their policy contradicts it self two lines below:" Coupons may exceed the price of the item. Change may be given or applied toward the cost of the basket purchase." As you can see in this line it states that "Coupons" may exceed the price of the "Item." They had no response. Looking for a little help/feedback, or we are going to use Wal-Mart less.....

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11 Tara Kuczykowski March 6, 2011 at 11:52 am

John, you may only use one manufacturer's coupon per item as a rule. That has nothing to do with store policy -- it's stated in the terms of all coupons.

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12 John March 6, 2011 at 12:36 pm

Tara,

For clarification, we generally use a P&G coupon, printed Manufacturer’s coupon, and maybe one from local paper. Not trying to copy coupns or print multiple of same coupon. Rarely do we have more than one coupon per item.
As for your reply, one coupon per item is not stated on ALL coupons. For instance if you get today's Sunday paper, reference the Smart Source coupon book. Farmland Smoked Sausage does NOT anywhere on the coupon say limit one coupon per item or purchase.

If the coupon states that, then yes obviously one coupon, but why can you not use 2 coupons for same product, if both are manufacturer's coupons but do not have stipulation or are for same product, diff. savings value etc.?

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13 Tara Kuczykowski March 6, 2011 at 1:23 pm

I did not receive the coupon you referenced in my insert, so I can't verify the terms, but it's a general rule that you may only use one manufacturer's coupon per item. You may also use one store coupon if available. Manufacturers verify the stock sold by a store versus the number of coupons used, and they will not honor payment on anything above what is actually sold.

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14 John March 6, 2011 at 2:10 pm

Tara,

I can tell you in my local paper there is a Farmland coupon for which has no stuipulation to it. This coupon is in the Smart Source Magazine that came with the Sunday paper here in Wisconsin. I will quote the fine print for you... CONSUMER: Use only to purchase the product(s) specified. Void if transferred or reproduced. You pay sales tax. Any other use constitutes fraud. Retailer: Send coupon to Farmlands Foods.... etc.
Nowhere on the coupon does it say limit one coupon per package/purchase. Oh well, guess I call a couple manufacturer's for clarification to ensure I am not doing something wrong.... Thank you for your response.
So, why could I not use multiple??

15 Lisa April 14, 2011 at 1:22 pm

John, You can use one coupon per item and if the coupon amount exceeds the priced amount, you will received cash back. There is no limit to how many items and coupons you can use this on - just as long as it is 1 coupon per 1 item. Hope that helps.

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16 Lisa April 14, 2011 at 1:22 pm

John, You can use one coupon per item and if the coupon amount exceeds the priced amount, you will receive cash back. There is no limit to how many items and coupons you can use this on - just as long as it is 1 coupon per 1 item. Hope that helps.

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17 Jessica March 16, 2011 at 7:57 pm

You can use 1 coupon for item, it's not 1 coupon per purchase.

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18 Kellie April 19, 2011 at 5:12 am

Jessica,
Each individual item is considered a purchase. It doesn't matter if you are getting 1 or 50 items together they are a complete transaction.

John,
Quick Stacking tips:
To be able to use 2 coupons on 1 single item one of those coupons must be a store coupon that does not have MFR on it and then stack it with a coupon that came out of an insert that is a MFR coupon. Just so you know Wal-Mart will not take any other store coupon that does not have MFR on it. So you cant stack at all at Wal-Mart. Now even if you have 2 MFR coupons that say completely different things it is still only ever 1 MFR coupon per item(each item is a purchase). I know it doesn't always seem like it should work that way with the wording on the coupons but the store only gets paid for 1 coupon per purchase/item.

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19 Susie Payton March 8, 2011 at 2:16 pm

How is everyone doing using the NEW Walmart coupon policy? Have you used a Catalina yet? Cindy, do you know what a Catalina is? Just need some feedback?

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20 Cindy March 8, 2011 at 4:54 pm

No, I don't know what a Catalina is. Sorry

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21 Nancy March 12, 2011 at 9:17 pm

A Catalina is a coupon that is printed out at the register when you make a purchase.

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22 Loria March 20, 2011 at 7:28 pm

Used 2 catalinas at Walmart yesterday. They did not want to accept them because they had a Food Lion logo on them. I repeated their own coupon policy back to them; the coupons each said "Manufacturer's Coupon" and had bar codes. Had to call a manager over, and a little reluctantly he accepted them. A little frustrating!

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23 Kellie April 19, 2011 at 5:16 am

I did today. I got a Catalina that had MFR Coupon on it from Ingles and Wal-mart took it just fine. I did not scan so they just entered it as a vendor coupon. I don't care how they enter it as long as I got my $4 off. On to of that I also had them price match it to Bilo's price for the same item before coupon. I ended up getting a large pk of bath tissue for $0.99 today.

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24 Susie Payton March 8, 2011 at 10:35 pm

You work at WALMART, right?

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25 Cindy March 9, 2011 at 1:44 pm

Yes, I do. But I don't know what a Catalina is. Help me out.

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26 Emily March 9, 2011 at 2:49 pm

wow you guys need to stop whining and get lives. .seriously. how old are you all? 14?

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27 Jean March 12, 2011 at 2:16 pm

I went to WalMart last night with my copy of the new coupon policy. The clerk would not accept the RR catalina from Walgreens. Two customer service reps and a manager later, they finally accepted my RRs based on my printout of the coupon policy. Total time in checkout was more than half an hour. The manager callled me that evening saying that I was correct about the new policy and that they would be happy to accept RRs. My neighbor went in this morning, and they declined her RRs. Three customer service reps and the same manager later, she was told the new coupon policy did include RRs, but that they could not accept them until they were told by corporate where to send the coupons. Total time 45 minutes. So, maybe, sometime in the future they may accept RRs. Next time I have 30-45 minutes to spare I may try again.

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28 Susie Payton March 13, 2011 at 9:50 am

Emily, apparently you don't like discussions that result in money in the pocket. It is okay if you leave, we won't notice.

Jean, doesn't the RR have an address to send the coupons to? Mine are all in the car, so I can't check right now.

Cindy, check the newest WM coupon policy. Therein is your Catalina information.

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29 Cindy March 13, 2011 at 1:05 pm

From what I understand, regardless if they are "Catalina's" or what have you, we are now allowed to match the PRICE shown on the coupon by adjusting or over-riding the cost of the item, just as we do when we price match items from other stores. I don't believe we have to actually mail the coupon to anyone.

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30 Mary April 27, 2011 at 3:30 am

Cindy I work at walmart and we do accept catalinas. They are manufacture QS so we do send them back to manufactures!! Please read walmart coupon policy online if your store have not inform you on this matter.

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31 Cindy (not from Walmart) March 14, 2011 at 1:33 pm

Well, I went to Walmart last night armed with the policy, my Catalinas from Stop & Shop, and my Register Rewards. At the register the cashier gave me back the cats saying I could only use them at S&S. I showed her the policy and she called over the CSM. She also said no because they are S&S coupons. I tried to explain to her that they were manufacturer coupons but she just kept shaking her head no. She would not even look at the policy and said she knew what their store did and corporate was wrong. The RRs obviously didn't fly either. She asked me if I knew what store I was in. LOL

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32 Chrisitna March 16, 2011 at 10:29 am

I went to WalMart last night and had both the clerk and the CSM tell me that no way were they giving me the left over from coupons. They said the coupon was over the price of the item and they have NEVER allowed that. I was flabbergasted ... even pulled up the corporate coupon policy off of their official website and showed them and they were like .. sorry. So, I asked to speak to a manager and finally got it all resolved. Apparently, they haven't told their cashiers all about this policy yet and are having meetings this weekend. So sad that they don't take the time to print out the one measly paragraph about the new policy and have thier cashiers read it in the maximum of five minutes it would take.

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33 Jaime March 17, 2011 at 5:56 pm

So I just had a thought about accepting "store coupons" does this include coupons such as Michaels coupons? Such as the 40% off coupons or the bonus coupons for yarn or ribbon? If so that would be awesome!

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34 Kellie April 19, 2011 at 5:22 am

No it i not for a percentage off of your purchase.
Walmart Policy on Competitors' coupons
* A specific item for a specified price, for example, $2.99
* Buy one, get one free (BOGO) coupons for items with a specified price
* Have a valid expiration date

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35 shell March 18, 2011 at 1:21 pm

I am new to coupons so let me ask can u use other store coupons at wal mart

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36 tabi March 19, 2011 at 3:19 pm

It depends on your walmart.

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37 Cindy March 19, 2011 at 10:52 pm

So, they finally introduced the new coupon/price matching policy. I now know what a catalina is. Bear with everyone while they learn how to use it.

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38 Amanda Brackney March 22, 2011 at 5:28 pm

I am so thankful that our local Walmart stores are educating their employees. I haven't had any trouble getting overage or using catalina coupons. I've also heard lots of other great testimonials from my blog readers.

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39 Susie Payton March 24, 2011 at 6:01 pm

Just heard that WM is doubling coupons in selected stores. Anyone want to comment?

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40 April March 27, 2011 at 6:38 am

I just left Walmart in my town were a manager refused my manufacturer coupon for a dollor off any degree anti-persperant or deodorant (no min size required said any) because the add pic was different. He literaly said the pic isn't the same and aknowlegded not reading the coupon refused to allow my coupon even though it says any informed me he knew better then the degree corp. wow

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41 Kristyn March 28, 2011 at 2:29 pm

I am just curious as to what WalMart's coupon policy means when they state that they do not accept print-at-home internet coupons that require no purchase. For example, does this mean that I cannot use a printable coupon for this week's Aquafresh deal?

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42 Cindy March 28, 2011 at 2:52 pm

What it means is that they take bogo coupons but not coupons that don't require the purchase of one item to be made in order to receive another item free. These are usually fraudulent.

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43 sarah March 29, 2011 at 10:19 pm

Ok....I'm still a little confused. Will Wal Mart take a coupon that is printed off the Target coupon website, since these coupons don't say manufacture coupon or whatever? Can I only use these coupons at Target? Thanks for the help!

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44 Susie Payton April 2, 2011 at 10:24 am

You cannot use competitors coupons in WM.

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45 Karen April 6, 2011 at 7:24 pm

It depends on the store the particular store. The Walmart I always shop at lets me use 2 and 3 manufacturers ( not identical) on the same product. Today a friend of mine went to a different Walmart and they wouldn't let her. It's the same with other stores.

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46 Kaley April 6, 2011 at 10:14 pm

Hi,
I also work at wal-mart as a cashier and have just recently received the new coupon policy- which at first they just put on every register and didnt tell anyone it was new, so we had no idea about it. It takes a little while to get most cashiers to do anything when it doesnt go through the first time. I always print out the reciept and go through and make sure all the coupons match whats rung up, but I know several people who dont go to the trouble and argue with a customer about the coupons they have. There is alot of confusion in my store about how many coupons are able to use... I always just run them, if it says its not allowed I check and do my own look and override it. I think the fact that we price override for the store prices of other stores AND we can take other stores coupons it can be a bit overwhelming at a checkout that has alot of coupons and price matching. It helps that the customer doesnt get flustered- because afterall as a cashier we are usually the last people to know anything or any changes in the store. :)

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47 Renee April 8, 2011 at 8:42 am

Hello!! I am pretty new to looking for the extra savings, although I have used coupons in the past. I am just wondering if any of you could give me pointers or an idea of where to look for coupons that I can actually use. Most of the site I have found really dont have any common use coupons. Thank you all so much!

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48 Chelsea April 8, 2011 at 4:17 pm

I have a quick question, i am starting out with using coupons and have a question about the walmart coupon policy. Can you use more than one coupon on 1 item.

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49 Susie Payton April 9, 2011 at 10:51 pm

No Chelsea, the coupon will tell you how to use the coupon.

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50 Teri April 10, 2011 at 7:04 pm

Ladies , I cashier at Walmart also, and was told that on April14,2011 the Policy was changing again!!!! LOL The"corporate guy" told us it was going to be streamed-lined to make it easier. Also that we would start prices matching most every thing again. Can you believe it ???LOL

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51 Brandi April 16, 2011 at 9:48 am

Does Walmart let you price match AND use a coupon on one item?

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52 Tara Kuczykowski April 16, 2011 at 12:34 pm

Yes, you should be able to still use a manufacturer's coupon when price matching.

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53 Brandi April 17, 2011 at 9:07 am

Thanks you Tara! :)

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54 criselda gonzalez May 24, 2011 at 3:49 pm

Hey tara i live in irving texas i was price matching i had my cart full and my coupons in hand then the manager came over and told me i could not use coupons with price matching i had to leave all my cart behind

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55 Rebecca April 20, 2011 at 12:18 pm

I'm new at all of this...very new lol....so how do I find a current walmart coupon policy?

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56 Anonymous April 17, 2011 at 11:57 am

They also will not match Target’s prices. Case in point. Walmart sells “Lost: Season 6″ for $44.96. Target currently has it for $19.99(unadvertised special with rest of the series for $19.99. The CSM wouldn’t override it because it would mean that Wally World would be losing about $25 off the items regular price!! What is even stranger is that they price matched “Mad Men: Season 4 ” on DVD for $19.99 at Target without the ad!! Needless to say I’m furious at them for not price match both items from the same store!! They claim they still need to see the competitors ad!! What’s even more ironic is this item is for sale this week in Target’s ad!!

How do they expect customers to price match when a lot of people don’t get the paper and get our ads via our cell phones? Or worse we can price check items in the store as we shop!! I think that Walmart has opened up a huge can of worms with this new price match gimmick or bait and switch thing going on!! Do they think that consumers as stupid or something??

Sorry this is long, I needed to vent about this!! This incident I wrote about happened on April 15,2011

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57 Tara Kuczykowski April 17, 2011 at 1:31 pm

I think the distinction is that they have an ad match policy. Unadvertised specials are outside of advertised sales.

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58 Kellie April 19, 2011 at 5:26 am

Does Your Walmart Double Coupons?
I am just curious to see how many Wal-marts out there are actually doing this. Mine just did last night. They said because they have competitors(I guess in the area) doing it they are doing as well. They will double coupons up to $.50 so I can get $1 off with a $0.50 off coupon YAY!!!

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59 Natasha April 20, 2011 at 8:32 pm

can u have manifactors coupons with store coupons on the same item?

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60 Vanessa April 22, 2011 at 3:08 pm

yes. most manufacturers coupon has the number five under the barcode to identify that it is a manufactrurers coupon most store coupons do not have the number or have a different number all together. I know vons accepts three coupons for the same product as long as its one of each type of coupon. Understood?

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61 Vanessa April 22, 2011 at 3:10 pm

Does anyone know if walmart accepts buy one get one free manufacturers coupon as form of payment?? Please ask supervisors and managers so i can compare with corprates answer.

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62 Lucy May 1, 2011 at 5:12 pm

I have a question im new in all this but a friend from church ask me about using coupons with her Snap card ( food stamps card) The true I star using coupons like 2 moths ago but with this question I have no clue; can any one help me with this? thank you

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63 tabi May 2, 2011 at 10:06 pm

Yes you can use coupons and then pay for the balance with your food stamp card.

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64 Nicole May 2, 2011 at 3:55 am

I have not been a coupon user up to this point for all the reasons stated above. It is so confusing to me, but I am going to try to start, really need to save.

I did however price match at Walmart the other day and it went wonderfully! I even had a manger and a cashier ask for my ad to use for themselves afterwards lol (of course I was happy to hand it over and share the deal).

I price matched the following: 2 cantaloupe for $1, 5lb bags of potatoes 2 for $1 and 20 small oranges for $1. So I came home with 40 oranges, 4 cantaloupes and 20lbs of potatoes for $6, I was SO happy!

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65 Carli May 5, 2011 at 5:12 pm

If I have a Buy one Get one free coupon, can I use another $3 off coupon with that coupon?

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66 T Huts May 12, 2011 at 12:10 am

went to Walmart last night the asst mgr--MARIA in Modesto was rude and when I handed her the coupons she dragged every item out of the bags to check them. I asked her why doesn't she just scan the coupon--after all the computer will beep if it is not happy. She wouldn't let me stack coupons--but she wouldn't let me use the higher value coupon, she wouldn't give me the BOGOs and started asking me where I got the computer coupons like I was counterfitting. I did give her a look right into her eyes and said yes I did print off my computer and home--and why did she ask---after that she backed off. However after a one hour check out she found she erroneously took four coupons she shouldn't have and wanted to cancel the order and re-ring it up. She tried to get help from another cashier, but ended up getting frustrated and put the key turned and cancelled the entire action!!! I had to ask for my coupons back--this was the first time I ever counted my coupons--and then I asked her for the rest of my coupons and gave me another stack she hadn't realized was under the ATM area--then I asked her for the target coupons back and she had tore them up--she ended up giving me sobe drinks and crystal light drink for free because she knew. coupons were worthless. The value of those items was more than the coupons she couldn't reverse.Ironic.

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67 Jen M May 12, 2011 at 8:56 am

full coupon policy
http://walmartstores.com/7655.aspx

ad match guarantee
http://walmartstores.com/10563.aspx

there are links to download pdf files of each on the pages :)

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68 Crystal May 12, 2011 at 12:28 pm

Sorry if this is repeating but I am still confused. At Walmart:
1.) Can I use coupons I print that say "target" but not "manufacture coupon"
Anywhere:
2.) If I am doing buy one get one free, can I use two of the same coupons? Like if colgate toothpaste is BOGOF can I use 2 coupons that are .50/1 colgate toothpaste?

Thanks so much!

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69 Angela May 19, 2011 at 2:24 pm

Crystal,
I dont know about using target coupons at another store,
but i do know you can use two coupons with any BOGO offer at most any store. Atleast I have with no problem. only walmart doesnt do very many BOGO sales (if any)

Everyone else- I dont really understand why all of you (well some of you) are so stuck on using your RRs and other store rebates/coupons at walmart anyway?!? If you get the coupon at that store then OBVIOUSLY you shop there, so go back and use it there. it really doesnt even make sense to use an RR at walmart! or am I the only person who thinks that is just pushing it?!
and NO i DO NOT work at walmart LOL! I am just a couponing mom who loves to save money and doesnt understand how you all manage to make it so darn aggrivating!

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70 Erica May 22, 2011 at 6:26 pm

can you use a b1g1 coupon with a b1g1 sale in the store to get the 2 items for free like i do at walgreens and cvs??

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71 Swan May 30, 2011 at 10:11 am

Angela, we are stuck on using RR's at Walmart from Walgreens because doing so lowers our FOOD cost. You can't get fresh fruit and meat at Walgreens only HBA and HH items. Get it?

Erica, in the perfect world you could. But rarely does WM have B1G1 sales. Recently Walgreens did have a B1G1 sale on CLean and CLear body wash, the price of the bw was clearly listed on the ad @ 5.99. Some of us had B1G1 coupons, and WM honored those (not without some explaining and debate in some places I'm sure). It pays to study and learn the stores and their coupon policies, the result is more money in the pocket at the end of the month. True, this is not easy and sometimes you leave a store with a bad taste in your mouth, but in the end the benefits out weigh the cost.

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72 LGH June 18, 2011 at 2:53 pm

In other words, you're trying to screw Walmart out of money on perishables by exploiting their coupon policy.

And no, I don't work there. You guys are just idiots.

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73 jaime garrison June 11, 2011 at 5:53 pm

If u comp a item at Walmart can u still use a coupon.

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74 Melissa June 11, 2011 at 6:31 pm

Just got home from Walmart & it was a coupon nightmare. Part of my coupons wouldn't go through, the girl didn't know what to do so she called over a 'manager' who sifted through the coupons & made a bunch of [wrong] excuses on why they wouldn't take them & started to walk off. I called her back & explained I had met every condition on the coupon [One for Aussie stated $1 off, no more no less, I bought the large bottle, she said you couldn't buy the large bottle.. umm what?!?] She said my sizes were wrong, they weren't. She said I hadn't bought enough items, I had. I told her not all her customers were dumb, some of us were very intelligent, and take the time to read & honor correctly our coupons. She was just mad I called her out, she wanted to be intimidating & I wouldn't let her. I'm not doing anything wrong. She even stated 'I'm so glad they are getting rid of coupons' I told her I'd be using them right up to the very second they did that. ; ) Happy Couponing!

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75 Valerie June 15, 2011 at 1:19 pm

I just heard that Walmart is revising their coupon policy this weekend - has anyone heard what that entails?

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76 SarverGS July 15, 2011 at 12:14 am

Does WM allow us to purchase 2 items with 2 B1G1 coupons? I didn't see anything specific in their policy addressing the issue :)

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77 Swan July 18, 2011 at 9:03 am

Sarver, I would say yes, if you have two coupons, you would end up with 4 items. Two that you paid for, and two that are free.

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78 Heather July 20, 2011 at 12:10 am

Hello, I am just wondering if anyone is aware if you are able to use manufacturer coupons for items ordered site to store or site to home?

I was refused rain checks on sale items today because they were not in the ad. And would like to give it a shot because it's the same savings online.

Thanks. :)

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79 Heather July 20, 2011 at 12:11 am

Oh.. Not to mention when I was there on 06/31/11, I gave coupons that expired that same day. Obviously, when a coupon is good "THROUGH" a date, it ends at 11:59 or 12:00.. NOT at 10:00 am!? It was $13 in coupons - Told them to keep the order and went to Target!! =]

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80 Amanda August 20, 2011 at 1:34 pm

I ran into this problem at Walmart today The store manager told me that i can comp a BOGO item from another store, or use a coupon for it,but i can't do both!! It isnt in their coupon or comp policy that i read onlne, so is this correct? i didn't want to make a scene with my husband with me.

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