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Walmart Deals New 6/4/09

by Tara Kuczykowski on June 4, 2009 · 27 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!

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

Borden Cheese Sensations, $1.88
$1/1 Borden Cheese Single Sensations, 8-30-09 (ALL YOU magazine June ‘09 issue)
$0.88 ea. after coupon!

Chef Boyardee (15-oz. can), $0.88
$0.35/3 Chef Boyardee Cans, exp. 7-12-09 (SS 5/31/09)
$0.76 ea. after coupon!

Healthy Choice Fresh Mixers, $2.78
$0.75/1 Healthy Choice Fresh Mixer, exp.7-12-09 (SS 5/31/09)
$2.03 ea. after coupon!

Mahatma Seasoned Rice Mix, $0.62
$0.75/2 Mahatma Rice Mixes, exp. 7-31-09 (V 4/26/09)
$0.25 ea. after coupon!
(Thanks, Linda!)

Orville Redenbacher Microwave Popcorn (10-ct), $3
$1/2 Orville Microwave Popcorn
$2.50 ea. after coupon!

Wolf Brand Chili, $1.32
$0.40/2 Wolf Brand Chili, exp. 7-12-09 (SS 5/31/09)
$1.12 ea. after coupon!

:: HEALTH & BEAUTY

Band-Aid Kids' Prints, $1.88
$1/1 Band-Aid (excludes trial sizes), exp. 6-30-09 (SS 3/15/09)
$1/1 Band-Aid (excludes trial sizes), exp. 7-31-09 (SS 4/26/09)
$0.88 after coupon!

Benefiber Drink Mixes, $2.50*
$2/1 printable
$0.50 after coupon!
*Drink Aisle

Degree Deodorant for Men, $0.97
$1/1 Degree Deodorant (RP 5/17/09)
FREE after coupon!
*Trial Size
(Thanks, Makes Cents 2 Save!)

Dove Deodorant, $0.97

$1/1 Dove Anti-Perspirant/Deodorants, exp. 6-7-09 (V 3/15/09)
FREE after coupon!
*Trial Size

Kotex LightDays Pads, $1
$2/2 printable
FREE after coupon!

Kotex Pantiliners (14, 16 and 18-ct.), $1.00
$1.50/2 printable
$0.25 ea. after coupon!

:: HOUSEHOLD/CLEANING

Snuggle Fabric Softner (40 ct-blue box), $1.87
$1/1 printable
$0.87 after coupon!
(Thanks, Makes Cents 2 Save!)

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 Along the same lines, if you find a deal is no longer valid because the coupon has expired or reached its print limit, it's very helpful if you let me know so I can keep it current.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!

{ 27 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Heather June 4, 2009 at 8:16 am

The Kotex coupon that pinted out for me was $1.50/2 tampons not pantyliners. Am i missing something?

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2 Alitza June 4, 2009 at 9:29 am

My Wal-Mart does not accept internet coupons. They have signs up all over the place that state that. I guess individual Wal-Marts don't have to follow the corporate coupon policy?

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3 Missy June 4, 2009 at 9:46 am

Walmart also had the hefty one zips in the travel section for .97 with the 1.oo off hefty coupon they are free. They are a travel sized 7 ct, but free is free.

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4 Christie June 4, 2009 at 9:51 am

Heather- I know I saw 3 Kotex coupons...2/2 light days, 1.50/2 pantyliners, and 1.50/2 tampons. Hope that helps.

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5 Heather June 4, 2009 at 10:16 am

I know my Walmart is having $0.50 jello and with the $1/3 jello coupon that was printable last week you can get 6 jello packages for $1 right now. I don't know if all Walmarts have the same ads, but that price was in my ad that I got in the mail.

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6 Tara Kuczykowski June 4, 2009 at 10:32 am

Alitza, Walmart's corporate coupon policy is to accept Internet printable coupons, and individual stores are not allowed to override that. I suggest that you either call or email customer service to let them know about your experience.

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7 Angela Hauser June 4, 2009 at 10:46 am

Our Wal-Mart wont accept coupons

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8 Rhonda Ashmore June 4, 2009 at 11:24 am

just discovered your website and i am very impressed. i have tried to print coupons but with no luck. could you please help? it says i have to enable cookies and i dont know anything about that.
Thanks, Rhonda

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9 Tara Kuczykowski June 4, 2009 at 11:26 am

Rhonda, sometimes you just need to try a different broswer. For example, if you're trying to print in Internet Explorer, sometimes switching to Firefox will allow you to print the coupon and vice versa.

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10 A Frugal Friend June 4, 2009 at 12:04 pm

Hi.....just found great pajamas on clearance at Walmart this week. These were the Child of Mine (made by Carter's) - everything $5.00. I have photos here:
http://afrugalfriend.blogspot.com/2009/06/walmart-pajama-clearance.html

Might be worth checking out!

A Frugal Friend´s last blog post..Pinecone Research

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11 Vanessa June 4, 2009 at 12:46 pm

My walmart had Kelloggs Raisin Bran Crunch and Regular Raisin Bran on sale for $2. Used (2) $1.00/1 printable coupons to get these for $1 each. Also found 10 pack of pens in the card/stationary aisle for .25.

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12 Priya June 4, 2009 at 1:06 pm

Hey Rhonda,

You can enable cookies by going to Internet explorer -> tools -> Internet options -> Privacy and change the setting to medium.

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13 Caroline June 4, 2009 at 1:28 pm

I've been around and around my Walmart re: internet coupons. Even after multiple emails to Walmart corporate and conversations with the store manager regarding the corporate policy, they still won't accept them. I am so done with Walmart - I don't care how good the deals are!

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14 Lindsay Webb June 4, 2009 at 3:49 pm

I got Pace specialty salsa last night for .98 after the $2 off coupon that's been in the paper recently.
HTH someone!

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15 shanika June 4, 2009 at 5:14 pm

hi Lindsay, do you remember where you found the pace coupon? I only found a .75 one.
Thank you.

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16 christina June 4, 2009 at 9:14 pm

WalMart sucks. They wouldn't take internet coupons for me, but I started going to the young cashiers and they never say anything to me about them, they take them all. But the older people there all seem to want to make me mad by saying that they "can't" accept IP's b/c of fraud.

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17 countrygal June 4, 2009 at 10:11 pm

Anyone who has problems with ANY WalMart should contact corporate headquarters personally. They have a simple "contact us" page on WalMart.com. Power lies with the consumer, let them know---every time, every store, every name of every manager/employee that treats you rudely or refuses to honor the corporate policy. It isn't corporate policy if it's arbitrarily followed. WalMart doesn't strike me as the type of corporation that allows much deviation from corporate dictates.

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18 annie June 4, 2009 at 10:48 pm

I'm in Texas and one of the stores close to me would not price match anything that was 7 miles from their store. I had been going there for years and they would price match anyone. Now this seems to have change from one thing to another. I called Walmart and they say it was up to the manager. New rules all the time. Annie

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19 sarah beals June 5, 2009 at 9:30 am

My Walmart in MA had Starbucks coffee on sale for $6.30. I used the printable $1.50 coupon, which made it $4.80/bag...some very inexpensive Starbucks coffee!

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20 judy workman June 5, 2009 at 11:50 am

Hello Everyone
The Walmart here in Columbus OH at Whitehall won't take internet coupons either. I did my speech and said they could not be fraud because of this and that. No deal, said they had meetings, ya da, yada, yada. I am also done for the most with them.

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21 Lindsey June 5, 2009 at 11:56 am

I am new to coupons, I love them! I went to Bi-Lo Tuesday had NO problem using Internet coupons. I went to Walmart last night and everytime she would scan one it would say......"Valid Coupon Y?" I said they are valid...she said I know it just asks. So the manager came over and told her to just hit yes everytime..... SO I did not have a problem! Thanks for all the advise!

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22 judy workman June 5, 2009 at 12:05 pm

For countrygal:
I tried to search Walmart.com for "contact us." Was not on the page or listing.

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23 Randall Anson June 6, 2009 at 12:21 pm

WALMART COMPLAINT LINK:
http://www.walmart.com/cservice/cu_comments_onlineForm.do

I used to hate Walmart, but the company revolutionized Rx prices, making medicine affordable for millions, forcing other retailers to follow suit.

No problem with Internet coupons here in San Antonio.

Special deal ending probably today

Bar S hotdogs for 50cents which makes them free if you use this coupon. Also was in Smart Sense last week. Here is the mfr link:
http://www.bar-s.com/bar-s-coupons-form2.html

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24 Alisha Stults June 9, 2009 at 6:51 pm

I have a question that I'm hoping you have an answer for. On several occasions, I have tried to use coupons that I have gotten from the local grocery store at my Walmart. The coupons stated that they were manufacturer's coupons, but they would not scan at Walmart. Each time, the cashier would try it a couple of times but then say that since the coupon wouldn't scan they couldn't take it. I have usually not made a fuss, since I had actually gotten the coupons from a different store. Is this right? I read all the fine print on the coupons, and I am pretty sure that I should have been able to use them. Mine is only a regular Walmart, not Super Walmart. Thanks for your help.

Alisha Stults´s last blog post..Micah goes to school

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25 Alisha Stults June 9, 2009 at 6:52 pm

I forgot to mention that I got these coupons from blinkies.

Alisha Stults´s last blog post..Micah goes to school

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26 Tara Kuczykowski June 9, 2009 at 6:54 pm

I don't think there's any reason that blinkies from other stores shouldn't work at Walmart. I do believe they have two barcodes, and the cashier needs to only scan one of them. My head is still fuzzy from the flu right now, and I can't remember if it's the larger one or the smaller one . . .

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It seems that in the case of big construction you wouldn't get a
cscs card with fake carpentry NVQ as they check, but could it open doors in small companies?
What about horticulture NVQ?.

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