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Walmart Deals New 5/27/09

by Tara Kuczykowski on May 27, 2009 · 34 comments

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Here are the newest deals to be found at Walmart. For the full list of current deals check out the Walmart Deals page!

Don't miss the FREE Ice Cream Event this Saturday, May 30th!

Some tips for shopping Walmart:

  • Walmart’s prices vary by region, even by store within the same area, but generally they are reasonably close to the listed price.
  • Walmart will price match competitor's ads on like items.

New to couponing? Read up on what all of these abbreviations mean first in my quick reference guide.

Don't forget to pop over to see what Erin at $5 Dinners is cooking up with her Walmart purchases this week!

:: FOOD ITEMS

Alexia Crunchy Snacks, $2.48
BOGO coupon
$1/1 Alexia Crunchy Snacks, exp. 8-31-09 (ALL YOU magazine June ‘09 issue)
$1.24 to $1.48 ea. after coupon!

Bar S Hot Dogs (12-oz.), $0.50
$1/2 printable
FREE after coupon!

Blue Bunny Large Single Serve Ice Cream Sandwiches, $1
$1/1 printable
FREE after coupon!
(Thanks, Laina!)

Budwiser Barbecue Sauce, $1.98
$1/1 Budweiser Genuine Barbecue sauce, exp. 7-31-09 (SS 5/17/09)
$0.98 after coupon!

Cool Whip, $1
$1/2 printable
$0.50 ea. after coupon!

Crunch N Munch (7.5-oz.), 2/$2
$1/2 printable
$0.50 ea. after coupon!

El Monterey Tornados, $2
$1/1 El Monterey Tornados, exp. 7-31-09 (SS 5/17/09)
$1 after coupon!
(Thanks, Heather!)

Hamburger Helper (Asian Helper), $1.25
$0.80/3 printable
$0.98 after coupon!

Healthy Choice All Natural Frozen Dinners, $2
$1/2 printable
$1/2 Healthy Choice All Natural Frozen Dinners, exp. 8-9-09 (ALL YOU magazine June ‘09 issue)
$1.50 ea. after coupon!

Healthy Choice Complete Frozen Meals, $2.50
$1/2 Healthy Choice Complete Frozen Meals, exp. 5-31-09 (SS 4/5/09)
$1/2 Healthy Choice Complete Frozen Meals, exp. 8-9-09 (ALL YOU magazine June ‘09 issue)
$2 ea. after coupon

Hebrew National ALL BEEF Kosher Hot Dogs (12-oz.), 2/$6
$1/1 printable
$2.50 ea. after coupon!

Kraft Block Cheese, $2.08
$1/1 printable
$1.08 after coupon!

Land O' Lakes Spread w/ Canola, $1.50
$0.55/1 printable
$0.95 after coupon!
(Thanks, Laina!)

Marie Callender’s Frozen Dinners, 2/$4
$1/2 Marie Callender’s Frozen Dinners, exp. 7-5-09 (ALL YOU magazine May ‘09 issue)
$1.50 ea. after coupon!

Marie Callender’s Frozen Pasta al Dente, $2.98
$1 Marie Callender’s Frozen Pasta al Dente, exp. 7-5-09 (ALL YOU magazine May ‘09 issue)
$1/1 Marie Callender’s Frozen Pasta al Dente, exp. 8-31-09 (ALL YOU magazine June ‘09 issue)
$1.98 ea. after coupon!

Marie Callender’s Frozen Signature Sauté for 2, $6.98
$2/1 printable
$4.98 ea. after coupon!

Orville Redenbacher Microwave Popcorn (10-ct.), $3
$0.40 Orville Microwave Popcorn, exp. 5-31-09 (SS 5/17/09)
$2.60 ea. after coupon!

Pillsbury Golden Layers Biscuits (Small Cans), $0.74
$1/3 printable
$0.41 ea. after coupon!
(Thanks, Heather!)

Ritz Bits, $2
$1/1 printable
$1 after coupon!

Seattle’s Best Coffee, $6
$1.50/1 printable
$4.50 after coupon!

Tombstone Pizzas, $3.33
$1/2 printable
$2.83 after coupon!
*Use towards Tombstone Utility Credit!

:: HEALTH & BEAUTY

Benefiber Drink Mixes, $2.50*
$2/1 printable
$2/1 Benefiber Product, exp. 5-31-09 (SS 2/22/09)
$0.50 after coupon!
*Drink Aisle
(Thanks, Crystal!)

Bic Soleil Disposable Razors, $4.64
$3/1 Bic Soleil Disposable Shaver, exp. 6-14-09 (SS 5/17/09)
$1.64 after coupon!
(Thanks, Heather!)

Coppertone Sunscreen Sticks, $3.97
$3/1 printable
$0.97 after coupon!
(Thanks, Laina!)

:: HOUSEHOLD/CLEANING

Hefty Trash Bags (18-ct.), $1.25
$1/1 Hefty Waste Bags, exp. 5-31-09 (V 4/19/09)
$0.25 after coupon!
(Thanks, Nancy!)

White Cloud Toilet Paper (4-pk.), $2
$1/1 White Cloud Bathroom Tissue, exp. 8-10-09 (SS 5/10/09)
$1 after coupon!

Have you found any stellar bargains at Walmart lately? Please feel free to email me so I can share them (while giving you credit, of course)! Along the same lines, if you find a deal is no longer valid because the coupon has expired or reached its print limit, it's very helpful if you let me know so I can keep it current. Thanks for your help!

For other store deals check out the Grocery Gathering hosted by BeCentsAble!

{ 34 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Kim Rowley aka @ShoppingKim May 27, 2009 at 3:34 pm

Dentek Complete Clean Floss Picks $1 at Walmart minus $1 off Coupon from Dentek.com = FREE!

Kim Rowley aka @ShoppingKim´s last blog post..Target Weekly Deals

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2 Julia @ The Frugal Find May 27, 2009 at 4:29 pm

I stocked up on that coppertone deal too, it's a great one!

Julia @ The Frugal Find´s last blog post..GREAT Disney Movie Deal…

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3 LeighAnn May 27, 2009 at 4:39 pm

Has anyone tried the Coppertone deal yet? My coupon prints really small so I am not sure it will work. Also, if you have used it, did you print in color?

I am just feeling really uneasy about this Q because it isn't a brick and cannot be verified.

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4 lizz May 27, 2009 at 4:55 pm

I couldn't get the Blue Bunny link to work? Anyone else having a problem? Free Ice Cream is May 30th... :)

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5 Ashley May 27, 2009 at 4:59 pm

Might be an odd question but I have never tried the sunscreen sticks. Do they work? Are they more convient? Thanks!

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6 Deanna May 27, 2009 at 5:02 pm

The Blue bunny link wouldn't work for me either?

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7 lizz May 27, 2009 at 5:15 pm

Deanna, i just went to bluebunny.com and at the top their is a coupons tab just click on it. You will have to sign up to be on the iscream team and than it looks like you can print as many as you want.

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8 Tara Kuczykowski May 27, 2009 at 5:22 pm

Sorry about that – the Blue Bunny link is fixed!

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9 Stephanie May 27, 2009 at 5:38 pm

Airwick Imotions are on rollback for $3 and there is a coupon for $4 off!!! Gotta love free + overage!!

(I found these by the checkout on an endcap).

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10 Deanna May 27, 2009 at 5:51 pm

Thanks Steph i will need to check my store! I have a few of these Q's!

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11 kate May 27, 2009 at 5:59 pm

omg my walmart gave me a huge problem about my printable coupons even though i showed them coorpoarte policy they said it a store choice and that would be the last time i use them. I called coorporate but they didnt seem to care either. I asked for a supervisor to call me back its been a week, im still waiting for that call. Just tought I'd give a heads up.

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12 Jennifer May 27, 2009 at 6:00 pm

The Kraft cheese Q that I have is $1/2 not $1/1. Is there a new $1/1 Q?

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13 Deanna May 27, 2009 at 6:37 pm

Jennifer i have a link in the forum for the $1 Q on kraft!

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14 Sandra May 27, 2009 at 8:44 pm

I have tried the Coppertone coupons at Walmart and it did work. Mine printed small too and it does not need to be in color. At my walmart they have the coppertone on a key chain for 3.97 so i paid .97.

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15 tanya May 27, 2009 at 9:35 pm

thanks so much for all the great deals!

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16 kelli May 27, 2009 at 11:34 pm

I have a new born and though i tried the other day to keep her in the shade i was still nervous. The stick is great for her because its less hassle trying to not get it into her eyes, or have it get on her hands.
Also walmart in Lee Co Iowa has 2 liters of Mt.Dew for a dollar. We drink that around here because its cheaper on deposits.

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17 Priss May 28, 2009 at 1:46 am

Last week I went to use my Bar-S coupons at my local walmart. Had a little whip of a turd try to tell me it was ILLEGAL to use a coupon to get an item for free. Then tried to tell me the company would not accept the coup0ns. Then told me that well, you know, you still have to pay sales tax (duh?!?). After the shift manager saw me get angry and make him VOID all the items (has to be done one by one at self-checkout), she came right over and cleared things up.

Second time I've had a run-in with this guy. The first time, he tried to tell me that if a coupon says one per purchase, I can't use two. Apparently his vocabulary is lacking, as well as his tact.

But I did come home with EIGHT packages of hotdogs. Two from Coupons.com, and two from the Bar-S website.

Now if my local Dillon's would take on that 10 cents for a packet of kool-aid,...

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18 Frugal Fairhope May 28, 2009 at 9:24 am

I have a question about the Blue Bunny coupon. The Blue Bunny Large Single Serve Ice Cream Sandwiches are $1 at Wal-Mart but the coupon states "Any (1) Novelty featuring Birthday Party and Triple Chocolate Ice Cream Sandwiches". It has a photo of a box of 10 and not the single ice cream sandwiches. I am sure the UPC codes would match and the cashier would not catch it; but in my mind the coupon and the product don't match. Am I correct by thinking this? I might be over thinking this?

Frugal Fairhope´s last blog post..Fly for $9

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19 Tara Kuczykowski May 28, 2009 at 10:12 am

What's pictured on a coupon is not always what they're valid on. The most important part is what the coupon states the item is valid on, and this particular coupon does not indicate it's only good on multi-serve packs. Good question though!

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20 Frugal Fairhope May 28, 2009 at 10:33 am

Thanks, I agree the photo doesn't matter because they will put the most expensive product photo on the coupon to make you think that it is only for that product. What is gnawing at me is the "featuring Birthday Party and Triple Chocolate Ice Cream Sandwiches" wording.

I try my best to be fair to myself and the stores and I am very careful when using coupons to not add to the store frustrations with misuse. My fear is that printable coupons will go away eventually due to the increased fraud (KFC fiasco). Some stores in our area are actually refusing to take them regardless of their corporate coupon policy. As Kate mentioned above, they just “don’t care”.

We don't have access to eCoupons in our area. I am hoping it will come soon; this seems like the best way for the consumer and the stores. No coupon cutting and appears to be very difficult to cheat with eCoupons?

Frugal Fairhope´s last blog post..Old Navy Comment

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21 Tara Kuczykowski May 28, 2009 at 10:45 am

That makes sense, but the word "featuring" to me only indicates that they are highlighting those products to bring them to customers attention. It's not limiting the coupon to only those items.

Ecoupons may be the way to go in the future, but they still have a long way to go and have their share of issues. There's currently no way to limit customers from using both a paper manufacturer coupon and an ecoupon in the same transaction. This is complicated because once an ecoupon is loaded, you can't remove it or even check to see what coupons you've loaded in many cases. Also ecoupons don't double and tend to be of lesser value than more paper and printable coupons.

It will be interesting to see the course they take over the next few years.

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22 Frugal Fairhope May 28, 2009 at 10:57 am

Thank you Tara, this makes me "feel" better about using this coupon.

Frugal Fairhope´s last blog post..Old Navy Comment

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23 Gina May 29, 2009 at 12:00 am

I was just at WalMart tonight and my local store had some Kellogg's cereals marked down to $1.50/box: 12oz Froot Loops, 12 oz. Rice Krispies and 17 oz.Frosted Flakes, specifically. None of the other Kellogg cereals were marked down. Oh, and my two boxes of Rice Krispies had peelies for $1.00 off private label marshmallows - so I got two bags of marshmallows for 32-cents after those coupons. My kids are going to freak when they see 10 boxes of cereal and two huge bags of marshmallows in the pantry! LOL

They also had Dunkin' Donuts coffee marked down to $6.50 and I had a couple of $1.50 off coupons - I was thrilled to get DD coffee for $5.

They also had Kraft salad dressings marked down to $1.58 and
Velveeta Shells & Cheese dinners (the regular ones - not the ones w/bacon or broccoli) were $1.50.

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24 karla May 29, 2009 at 6:24 pm

At my local Walmart they had the Kraft dressings marked down to $1.58(.08 after coupon), the A-1 steak sauce (lg bottle) was $2.98(.98 after coupon). Not to bad aDEAL : )

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25 Amy May 30, 2009 at 10:24 am

What size are those Hefty 18-count trash bags? I could REALLY use some of the kitchen size ones, but one of our two local stores didn't have any 18-count. It makes me wonder if that's the size or if they're the tiny ones that go into a bathroom sized trash can. Anyone know? I tried to click on the referring link to Nancy's blog, but it keeps asking me to sign up for an account with blog.com. :)

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26 Amy May 30, 2009 at 10:49 am

At our Wal-Mart stores (both of them) the Febreeze Noticeables are now $5 each for the starter kit. Using the $4/1 starter kit coupons makes them only $1!! They also had a new fragrance yesterday, limited edition (Christmas) holiday scents.

Also, Wal-Mart now carries the new Suave for Men deodorants. The smaller size (not trial size) is priced at $0.97. If you use the $0.50/1 coupon, this makes for $0.47 deodorant for your man! :)

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27 Dorian June 4, 2009 at 6:39 am

Did not see and could not locate the printable coupon for Oscar Meyer hotdogs. Thanks.

Dorian´s last blog post..Target: FREE Crystal Light On The Go

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28 Mary Sanchez June 4, 2009 at 8:24 am

There's always a lot of great deals at Wal-mart! When I shop there I usually buy the "Equate" brand of products. They are just the same as the well known brand name products, but much cheaper. For instance I buy ibuprofen in a box with two bottles of tablets at 100 count each for $4.00. I also buy the "Equate" brand of Goldbond medicated powder. Same ingredients, works just as good! The lady who sent the e-mail about buying cereal was right too! They always have very good prices on cereal and when you have a coupon it's even better! I have been using coupons for a long time and I saved a lot of money! They're worth taking the time cutting them out!

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29 Ashley June 4, 2009 at 9:24 am

I would really like to have that coupon for the Bic Soliel Razors.... anyone know how I can get that one?

Thanks!!

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30 Frugal Fairhope June 4, 2009 at 10:06 am

Ashley - I do have a $3 off coupon for Bic Soliel Bella Razor coupon that you can have. It won't help with this deal. Just email your home address to Frances at Frugal Fairhope dot com if you are interested.

Frugal Fairhope´s last blog post..Winn-Dixie 6/3 Deals

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31 Milla June 4, 2009 at 10:13 am

I wonder if people realize how much they spend printing the coupons? Paper and toner cost money...

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32 Christine June 4, 2009 at 1:35 pm

Milla ~ that is so true. I don't think anyone does realize how much toner/ink and paper cost to print these coupons. I know I never thought of that. Paper isn't that expensive but the ink for my copier is!

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33 LeighAnn June 4, 2009 at 1:43 pm

Milla - That is why you buy those things on sale, lol. I only print my Qs in black and white, and then have the ink cartridge filled at Walgreens for $10. That is a fraction of what it costs elsewhere. Also, if you have RR, then you can use those and get your ink cartridge filled even cheaper!

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34 Frugal Fairhope June 4, 2009 at 2:51 pm

Ah, we are touching on a great topic for debate. When searching for a printer to purchase, don't buy based on the printer price. Search for the cost of the ink!!! Doesn't matter what the printer cost, the cheaper ones normally have the most expensive ink.

LeighAnn - I like your idea of the ink cartridge at Walgreens. I have seen the signs in the store but never took advantage of this offer. I wonder if some CVS stores offer the same?

We have found paper for $.30 a ream at Staples this year so we bought a bunch and added it to our "stockpile". Yes, we officially stockpile paper. :-)

Frugal Fairhope´s last blog post..Winn-Dixie 6/3 Deals

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