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AZ Walmart Ad Matching List ~ 3/4/15 – 3/10/15

Helpful links:
Price matching policy & tips
Online price matching policy
Walmart Savings Catcher program

Some items below need coupons, many don’t.  Click the green plus signs to make your own personalized shopping list!  (When you do, it will be categorized for easier shopping.)

Note:  We put some store brand items (like milk & eggs) on the list.  Their policy says they will not match those, but the vast majority report that their store will match those prices.  Keep in mind that yours may not.

Ad Matching Possibilities:

Avocados 7 / 99¢ (Los Altos, Food City WED. only = 20¢ limit 10, El Super = 4 / 99¢, Bashas = 50¢)

Brown Onions 7 lbs / 99¢ (Los Altos, Food City = 33¢/lb)

Mangos 5 / 99¢ (Los Altos WED. and THURS. only, El Super = 33¢ WED. only)

Red Delicious Apples 20¢ / lb (limit 10 pounds WED. only, Food City)

Red Onions 20¢ / lb (limit 10 pounds WED. only, Food City, Bashas = 88¢/lb)

Large Red Apples 4 lbs / 99¢ (WED. and THURS. only, Los Altos)

Cucumbers 25¢ (Food City, El Super = 4 / 99¢, Bashas = 50¢, Sprouts WED. only 50¢)

Navel Oranges 25¢ / lb (limit 8 pounds, Food City, El Super = 33¢/lb, Walmart may not match this since it sells oranges individually, not by the pound)

Roma Tomatoes 33¢ / lb (limit 6 pounds, WED. only, Food City, Los Altos = 33¢/lb WED. and THURS. only, El Super = 2 lbs / 99¢)

Jalapeno Peppers 33¢ / lb (limit 6 pounds, WED. only, Food City, Los Altos = 2 lbs / 99¢)

Iceberg Lettuce 33¢ each (limit 6 heads, Food City, El Super = 33¢ WED. only)

Gold Potatoes 33¢ / lb (Food City)

Green Onions 33¢ (Los Altos)

Red Radishes 33¢ (Los Altos)

Carrots 33¢ / lb (Food City and El Super)

White Onions 33¢ / lb (El Super, Bashas = 88¢ / lb)

Bananas 47¢ / lb (WED. and THURS. only, Los Altos)

Wexford Bubble Mailer or Sharpie Chisel or Fine Point Marker (6×9 to 12.5×18 in / single) 49¢ (limit 4, Walgreens, thru 3/7)

Red Potatoes 2 lbs / 99¢ (Los Altos)

Celery 2 / 99¢ (Los Altos, Bashas = 88¢)

Papayas 2 lbs / 99¢ (El Super, Los Altos = 2 lbs / 99¢ WED. and THURS. only)

Gala Apples 2 lbs / 99¢ (El Super)

Chicken of the Sea Chunk Light Tuna (5 oz) 2 / 99¢ (El Super)

Large Green Peppers 50¢  (Bashas and Sprouts)

Red Bell Peppers 50¢ (Sprouts)

Yellow Onions 50¢ / lb (Sprouts)

Russet Potatoes 50¢ / lb (Sprouts)

Braeburn Apples 50¢ / lb (WED. only, Sprouts)

Powerade Drinks (32 oz) 69¢ (limit 20, Bashas)

Gatorade, G2 or Propel 68¢ (must buy 10, Fry’s)

Russet Potatoes (10 pound bag) 77¢ (SAT. and SUN. only Los Altos limit 2, El Super WED. only = 99¢, Smart & Final = $1.49)

Strawberries (16 oz) 87¢ (limit 4, Fry’s, El Super = 99¢ WED. only)

Store Brand Frozen Veggies (10-12 oz) 88¢ (Fry’s)

Eggplant 88¢ (WED. only, Sprouts)

Baby Peeled Carrots (16 oz) 88¢  (Bashas)

Hot House Cucumbers 88¢  (Bashas)

Green Seedless Grapes 88¢ / lb  (Safeway and Sprouts, Bashas = 97¢/lb)

Spinach, Red or Green Leaf Lettuce 88¢ (Sprouts)

Green Beans 88¢ / lb (Sprouts)

Roma Tomatoes 88¢ / lb (Sprouts)

Red Seedless Grapes 88¢ / lb (Sprouts, Bashas = 97¢/lb limit 4 pounds, Los Altos = 99¢/lb SAT. and SUN. only)

Asparagus 88¢ / lb (Albertsons)

Foster Farms Chicken Drumsticks or Thighs (family pack) 89¢ / lb (Smart & Final, El Super drumsticks = 89¢/lb, Los Altos drumsticks = 99¢/lb value pack)

Baby Peeled Carrots (1 pound) 98¢ (Sprouts)

Foster Farms Whole Chicken 99¢ / lb (El Super)

Grape Tomatoes (10 oz pack) 99¢ (limit 2, Albertsons)

English Cucumber 99¢ (Albertsons)

Annie’s Macaroni & Cheese (6 oz) $1.00 (Safeway and Fry’s)

Blackberries (5.6 oz) $1.25 (WED. only, Sprouts)

Store Brand Apple Juice (64 oz) $1.25 (Los Altos)

Fresh Express Garden Salad or Slaw $1.25 (Friday 3/6 ONLY, Safeway, most Walmarts don’t carry this, but worth checking)

Store Brand Large Eggs (18 count) $1.49 (limit 1, Albertsons)

Boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts (value pack) $1.68 / lb (limit 2 packs, Food City, Los Altos = $1.69/lb, Albertsons = $1.77/lb)

Jif Peanut Butter 15.5-16 oz or Smucker’s Preserves 18 oz $1.69 (limit 4, Safeway)

Mission Tortilla Chips (5.5-13. oz) $1.67 (Friday 3/6 ONLY, Safeway)

Gain Dish Liquid (24 oz) 3 / $5.00 (El Super)

Lay’s Chips $1.88 (limit 2, Fry’s)
  check for previous $1/2 printable, no longer available

Store Brand  Granulated Sugar 4lb or Brown Sugar 2lb $1.99 (limit 4, Safeway)

Store Brand Milk (1 gallon) $1.99  (Safeway, Fry’s, Albertsons or Bashas, limit 2)

Store Brand Drinking Water (24 pack, 500ml bottles) $1.99 (limit 2, Bashas)

Wesson Vegetable Oil (48 oz) $1.99 (limit 2, FRI., SAT, SUN only, Food City)

Doritos, Cheetos or Fritos $1.99 (must buy 3, Albertsons, Fry’s and Los Altos = Cheetos or Fritos $2)

Store Brand Cottage Cheese, Sour Cream or Dip (24 oz) $2.00  (Fry’s)

Ground Beef, 73% Lean (value pack) $2.69 / lb (limit 2 packs, THURS. only, Food City)

Farmer John Bacon (12 oz) $2.99  (Safeway)

Jennie-O Turkey (1-1.25 lb) $3.99 (limit 2, w/ad coupon, Bashas)

Pepsi, 24 pack cans $5.99 (limit 1, Smart & Final)

Kroger Ground Beef, 73% Lean (5 pound roll) $14.95 (= $2.99/lb, Fry’s)

 

 

 Ad Matching w/ Coupon Possibilities:

Albertsons has a buy 4, save $2 sale.  Walmart will match these prices if you buy in groups of 4.  See the weekly Albertsons deals here.

7-UP TEN (2 liter)   79¢  (Safeway, Fry’s = 77¢, but you must buy 5)
$1/1 12 pack or (2) 2 liter Coupons.com (gone if not first coupon shown after clicking link)
Final price:  29¢ each when you buy 2

Dawn Dish Liquid (9 oz)   99¢  (CVS or Walgreens, thru 3/7)
$0.25/1 Coupons.com (gone if not first coupon shown after clicking link)
$0.25/1 Dawn Product 03/01/2015 P&G Insert (exp 3/31/15) (future, if we get it)
$0.50/1 Dawn Hand Renewal, Power Clean, Bleach Alternative or Oxi 03/01/2015 P&G Insert (exp 3/31/15) (future, if we get it)
Final price:  As low as 49¢

Orbit or Eclipse Gum (14 – 18 pc)   2 / $1.50 or 99¢ each  (Walgreens, thru 3/7) (Fry’s = 79¢)
$0.50/2 Orbit Gum 03/01/2015 RP Insert (exp 5/29/15)
Final price:  50¢ each when you buy 2

Pillsbury Toaster Strudel (11.5 oz)   $1.00 (limit 2, Bashas)
$0.50/2 Pillsbury Toaster Strudel, Toaster Scrambles Pastries or Pancakes 01/25/2015 SS Insert (exp 4/18/15)
Final price:  75¢ each when you buy 2

Wish-Bone  Salad Dressing (16 oz)   $1.49 (limit 3, Safeway)
$1/2 Wish-Bone or Western Dressings 01/11/2015 SS Insert (exp 3/11/15)
Final price:  99¢ each when you buy 2

7-UP or Dr Pepper (12 pack 12 oz cans)   $2.50 (Friday 3/6 ONLY, limit 6, Safeawy)
$1/1 12 pack or (2) 2 liter Coupons.com (gone if not first coupon shown after clicking link)
Final price:  As low as $1.50 for 7UP TEN Flavors

C&H Granulated Sugar (4 pounds)   $1.99 (El Super)
$0.75/2 Redplum
Final price:  $1.62 each when you buy 2

Breyer’s Ice Cream (1.5 qt)   $2.88  (Bashas)
$1/1 Breyer’s Product in ad coupon, exp 4/15 (manf. coupon, can use anywhere, limit 2 coupons)
Final price:  $1.88

Magnum or Fruttare Ice Novelties (3-6 ct )   $2.88 (Bashas’)
$1/1 Fruttare or Magnum Product in ad coupon, exp 4/15 (manf. coupon, can use anywhere, limit 2 coupons)
Final price:  $1.88

Popsicle or Klondike Novelties (4-20 ct )   $2.88  (Bashas’)
$1/2 Coupons.com (Popsicle, gone if not first coupon shown after clicking link)
$1/1 Popicle or Klondike Product in ad coupon, exp 4/15 (manf. coupon, can use anywhere, limit 2 coupons)
Final price:  $1.88

Lloyd’s Barbeque Tubs (15 – 16 oz)   $2.99 (w/ ad coupon, limit 1, additional $3.99)
$1/1 Coupons.com (gone if not first coupon shown after clicking link)
$1/1 printable (register)
Final price:  $1.99

Welch’s Grape Juice (48-64 oz)   $2.50   (CVS, thru 3/7)
$1/2 Printable
Final price:  $2.00 each when you buy 2

All Detergent (28-33 loads or 24 packs)   $3.00  (CVS, thru 3/7)
$2/2 All Products 02/08/2015 RP Insert (exp 3/22/15) 
$2/2 All or Snuggle Products 3/1/2015 RP Insert (exp 4/12/15)
$1/1 All Product 3/1/2015 RP Insert (exp 4/12/15) (future, if we get it)
$1/1 Redplum
Final price:  $2.00

Honey Maid Grahams Crackers   $2.50  (CVS, thru 3/7)
$0.75/2 Honey Maid Grahams, Go Bites or Grahamfuls 01/25/2015 SS Insert (exp 3/14/15)
Final price:  $2.13 each when you buy 2

Precious Stringers (12 oz)   $3.99  (Safeway)
$1/1 Precious Stingsters or Sticksters Snack Cheese 01/11/2015 SS Insert (exp 4/30/15)
Final price:  $2.99

Seattle’s Best Coffee (12 oz bag or 10 ct K cups)   $5.00 (Friday 3/6 ONLY, Safeway)
$1.50/1 Seattle’s Best Coffee Ground or K-Cup Packs 02/01/2015 SS Insert (exp 4/1/15)
$2/1 Facebook
$1/1 Coupons.com (k-cups, gone if not first coupon shown after clicking link)
$1/1 Coupons.com (bag, gone if not first coupon shown after clicking link)
Final price:  As low as $3.00

Luvs Diapers (21 – 34 ct)   $5.00 (Friday 3/6 ONLY, Safeway)
$0.50/1 Coupons.com (gone if not first coupon shown after clicking link)
$1/2 Luvs Diapers 03/01/2015 P&G Insert (exp 3/31/15)
Final price:  $4.50

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+  Walmart will match competitor’s prices — details HERE.
+  If you don’t live near a store listed above, you can’t ad match those prices.
Walmart’s coupon policy
+ Multiple manufacturers’ coupons are listed, but you can only use one for each product purchased
+ If you want to know what abbreviations mean, go HERE.
+ Coupons listed without a link are from previous coupon inserts in the AZ Republic.
+ Get coupons in the Arizona Republic for $1 per week (3 months, then cancel or pay full) HERE!  (Wed. & Sun. delivery)

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NEW Printables ~ BUNCHES!

It’s March and there are new printables — bunches of them!

Below are some (just click on the image to get directly to the coupon).

Or, just go browse and click away.
You can change your zip at that link and see what else you can find.

We’ll be updating the lists throughout the day.  Look for NEW on them.
$0.50 off ONE BOX Lucky Charms cereal
$0.50 off any ONE BOX Chex™ cereal listed
$1.25 off any one BEAR NAKED Granola or Bars
$1.00 off Two (2) Bags of Fruit Vines Bites
$0.20 off ONE CUP Liberte Mediterranee yogurt
$0.50 off ONE BOX Mott's Fruity Rolls
$0.75 off ONE Minute Maid Pure Squeezed 59 fl oz
$0.75 off any ONE bag of Tyson Chicken Nuggets
$1.00 off ONE (1) Jose Ole snack
$1.00 off any one (1) LLOYD'S Barbeque product

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AZ Walmart Ad Matching List ~ 2/25/15 – 3/3/15

Helpful links:
Price matching policy & tips
Online price matching policy
Walmart Savings Catcher program

Some items below need coupons, many don’t.  Click the green plus signs to make your own personalized shopping list!  (When you do, it will be categorized for easier shopping.)

Note:  We put some store brand items (like milk & eggs) on the list.  Their policy says they will not match those, but the vast majority report that their store will match those prices.  Keep in mind that yours may not.

Ad Matching Possibilities:

Brown Onions 16¢ / lb (limit 1 lbs, WED. only, Food City, El Super = 6 lbs / 99¢)

Avocados 16¢ (limit 12, WED. only, Food City, El Super = 4 / 99¢, Los Altos = 4 / 99¢ SAT. and SUN. only, Bashas’ = 50¢)

Cucumbers 6 / 99¢ (limit 12, Food City, Los Altos = 33¢, Bashas’ = 50¢, Sprouts = 50¢)

Red Bell Peppers 25¢ (limit 8, Food City, Sprouts = 50¢)

Cilantro 25¢ (Food City, Los Altos = 33¢)

Cantaloupe 4 lbs / 99¢ (Los Altos, Walmart sells these individually, may not match by pound price)

Carrots 4 lbs / 99¢ (El Super, WED. only, Food City = 33¢/lb)

Mandarins Tangerines 4 lbs / 99¢ (El Super)

Bananas 33¢ / lb (Los Altos, WED. only)

Jalapeno Peppers 33¢ / lb (Los Altos, WED. only)

Spinach (bunch) 33¢ (El Super, WED. only)

Broccoli or Cauliflower 33¢ / lb (El Super, WED. only)

Asian Pears 33¢ each (El Super, WED. only, Walmart may not match this price since they sell pears by the pound, not each)

Jicama 33¢ / lb (El Super, WED. only)

Green Onions 33¢ (El Super)

Radishes 33¢ (Los Altos)

Large Tomatoes 33¢ / lb (limit 6 lbs, WED. only, Food City, El Super = 2 lbs / 99¢, Smart & Final = 79¢/lb)

Roma Tomatoes 33¢ / lb (El Super WED. only, Los Altos = 33¢/lb WED., SAT. and SUN. only, Sprouts = 50¢/lb WED. only, Sprouts = 88¢/lb, Bashas = 99¢/lb)

Mangos 33¢ (limit 6, WED. only, Food City)

Red Delicious Apples 33¢ / lb (El Super, no limit or Food City, limit 6 pounds)

Red Potatoes 33¢ / lb (Food City)

Navel Oranges 33¢ / lb (Los Altos, WED. only, Walmart sells these individually, may not match by pound price)

Potatoes (10 pound bag) 47¢ (limit 2, Los Altos, doesn’t say what kind)

Yellow Onions 49¢ / lb (Bashas’)
Papayas  2 lbs / 99¢  (El Super)

Italian or Mexican Squash 2 lbs / 99¢ (El Super)
Gala Apples 2 lbs / 99¢ / lb
(Los Altos, WED. only)

Green Bell Peppers 50¢ (Bashas’ and Sprouts)

Jonagold Apples 50¢ / lb (Sprouts WED. only)

Braeburn Apples 50¢ / lb (Sprouts)

Powerade (32 oz) 58¢ (Los Altos, limit 10, SAT. and SUN. only)

Swanson Chicken Broth (14.5 oz) 59¢ (limit 3, Walgreens, thru 2/28)

Chicken Drumsticks (family pack) 59¢ / lb (El Super, Los Altos = 65¢/lb THURS. only, Food City = 77¢/lb)

Bumble Bee Chunk Light Tuna (5 oz) 69¢ (limit 4, FRI., SAT. and SUN. only, Food City)

Pasilla Peppers 69¢ / lb (Los Altos)

Eggplant 77¢ (Sprouts WED. only, Sprouts = 88¢)

Celery 77¢ (Sprouts WED. only, Bashas’ = 99¢)

Cantaloupe 77¢ (Sprouts WED. only, Fry’s = 97¢ limit 4, Albertsons = 99¢ limit 2)

Chicken Bone-In Thighs (value pack) 77¢ / lb (Food City )

Dr. Pepper, Fanta, Barq’s, Minute Maid or Seagrams, 2 Liters 79¢ (must buy 3, limit 3, El Super)

Plums (black) 79¢ / lb (Los Altos)

Organic Gala or Organic Fuji Apples 87¢ / lb (Fry’s)

7 Up, Squirt, RC or Sunkist, 2 Liters 88¢ (Food City)

Yellow or Orange Bell Peppers 88¢ (Sprouts)

Bumble Bee Albacore Tuna in water (5 oz) 88¢ (CVS, thru 2/28)

Hunt’s Ketchup (24 oz) 89¢ (Los Altos)

Organic Celery 98¢ (Sprouts)

Red or Green Seedless Grapes 99¢ / lb (WED., SAT. or SUN. only, El Super)

Eggplant or Hot House English Cucumbers 99¢ (Fry’s)

Russet Potatoes (10 pound bag) 99¢ (limit 2 bags, FRI., SAT. and SUN. only, Food City, El Super = $1.50)

Russet Potatoes (5lb bag) 99¢ (limit 4, Bashas’)

Store Brand Pretzels (10 oz) 99¢  (Bashas’)

Pepsi or Crush, 2 Liters 99¢ (Los Altos, must buy 4, limit 4)

Mini Carrots (16 oz bag) 99¢ (Albertsons)

Kool-Aid Bursts (6pk, 6.75 oz) 99¢  (Bashas’)

Flav-R-Pac or Birdseye Frozen Vegetables (10-16 oz) 99¢  (Bashas’)

Popsicles (8 pack) 99¢ (limit 3, FRI., SAT. and SUN. only, Food City)

Hostess Snack Classics (2.7-4.75 oz, single serve) $1.00 (Friday 2/27 ONLY, Safeway)

Snapple (32 oz) $1.00 (Friday 2/27 ONLY, Safeway)

Pepperidge Farm Goldfish (4.6-8 oz) $1.25 (Friday 2/27 ONLY, Safeway)

Store Brand Sour Cream, Cottage Cheese or Dip (16 oz) $1.25 (Fry’s)

Strawberries (1 pound) $1.25 (Sprouts, Bashas’ = $1.50)

Blackberries (5.6 oz) $1.25 (Sprouts, Bashas’ = $1.50)

Store Brand Peanut Butter or Grape Jelly (15-18 oz) $1.49 (Fry’s)

Red Raspberries  $1.50 (limit 4, Bashas’)

Doritos $1.50 (Los Altos, Safeway = $1.99, Food City = $1.99 must buy 3, limit 6)

Boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts or Thighs (family pack) $1.77 / lb (Fry’s)

Gold Medal Flour (5 pounds) $1.79 (El Super)

Cheetos  $1.99 (El Super, Food City = $1.99 must buy 3, limit 6)

Fritos $1.99 (El Super)

Store Brand Gallon Milk $1.99 (limit 2, Albertsons)

Store Brand Eggs (18 ct, Extra Large) $1.99 (limit 1, w/ additional $10 purchase, Friday, Saturday and Sunday ONLY, Bashas’)

Store Brand Drinking Water (24 pk, 500 ml) $1.99 (Fry’s, Albertsons limit 4, or Bashas’ limit 2)

Store Brand Ice Cream or Sherbet (1.5 qt) $1.99 (Fry’s)

Lay’s Kettle Chips (7-11.5 oz) $1.99 (limit 4, Safeway)

Pepperidge Farm Milano or Sweet & Simple Cookies (4.75-7.5 oz) $1.99  (Safeway)

Wesson Cooking Oil (48 oz) $1.99 (Smart & Final, El Super = $2.29)

Ground Beef, 73% Lean (value pack) $2.69 / lb (limit 2 packs, FRI., SAT. and SUN. only, Food City)

Ribeye or New York Strip Steaks (family pack, bone-in) $5.97 / lb (Albertsons)

Ground Beef, 5 pounds (73% lean) $13.45 (= $2.69/lb, Smart & Final)

 

 

 Ad Matching w/ Coupon Possibilities:

Albertsons has a buy 5, save $5 sale.  You can match those deals at Walmart if you buy in groups of 5.  You can see those deals here.

Yoplait Cups   50¢  (Fry’s)
$0.40/2 printable
$0.50/8 Yoplait Cups 01/04/2015 SS Insert (exp 2/28/15)
$0.40/6 Yopliat Cups 01/04/2015 SS Insert (exp 2/28/15)
Final price:  As low as 30¢ each when you buy 2

Quaker Bars, Cap’n Crunch or Life, Post Honey Bunches of Oats (up to 18 oz), Betty Crocker or Mott’s Fruit Snacks   $1.49 (limit 5 at Albertsons) (Thanks, Harold!)
$1/1 Post Honey Bunches of Oats Whole Grain Honey Crunch, Whole Grain Vanilla or Apple Cinnamon Cereal 02/08/2015 SS Insert (exp 3/22/15)
$0.50/1 Post Honey Bunches of Oats Granola 02/08/2015 SS Insert (exp 3/22/15)
$0.50/2 Betty Crocker Fruit Shapes…. 01/04/2015 SS Insert (exp 2/28/15)
$0.50/2 Coupons.com (fruit snacks, gone if not first coupon shown after clicking link)
$0.50/2 printable (fruit snacks)
$0.50/1 Coupons.com (Mott’s Fruity Rolls or centers, gone if not first coupon shown after clicking link)
$0.50/1 printable (Mott’s Fruity Rolls or centers)
$0.50/1 Mott’s Fruity Rolls or Fruity Centers 02/08/2015 SS Insert (exp 4/4/15)

$0.50/2 SavingStar eCoupon (future savings)
Final price:  As low as 49¢ (Honey Bunches of Oats)

Birdseye Steamfresh Vegetables (10.8 oz)   99¢  (Bashas’)
$1/2 printable
Final price:  49¢ each when you buy 2

Colgate Toothpaste (4.6)   $1.00  (Bashas’)
$0.50/1 Colgate Toothpaste 02/22/2015 SS Insert (exp 3/7/15)
Final price:  50¢

Starkist Albacore Tuna 5 oz or Pouch 2.6 oz   $1.00 (Friday 2/27 ONLY, Safeway)
$1/2 Starkist Tuna Pouch Products 01/04/2015 SS Insert (exp 3/1/15)
Final price:  50¢ each when you buy 2

Nabisco Snak-Sak (8 oz)   $1.00 (Friday 2/27 ONLY, Safeway)
$0.75/2 Nabsico Cookies or Crackers 01/18/2015 SS Insert (exp 2/28/15)
Final price:  63¢ each when you buy 2

Campbell’s Tomato or Chicken Noodle Soup (10.75 oz)  88¢  (Albertsons)
$0.40/4 Campbell’s Condensed Chicken Noodle, Tomato or Cream of Mushroom Soup 02/08/2015 SS Insert (exp 4/5/15)
$0.50/5 Campbell’s Condensed Soup 01/11/2015 SS Insert (exp 3/31/15)
$0.40/3 Campbell’s Condensed Soup 02/08/2015 SS Insert (exp 4/5/15)
$1/5 printable
Final price:  As low as 68¢ each when you buy 5

Progresso Canned Soups   $1.00  (Fry’s)
$0.50/2 Progresso Product 01/04/2015 SS Insert (exp 2/28/15)
$0.50/3 Progresso Canned Soups 02/01/2015 SS Insert (exp 3/28/15)
$1/4 Fry’s digital (can’t use w/ paper coupon)
$1/4 SavingStar eCoupon (future savings, exp 2/28)
Final price:  As low as 75¢ each when you buy 2 (or possible future savings)

Campbell’s Slow Cooker or Skillet Sauce (9-13 oz)   $1.67 (Friday 2/27 ONLY, Safeway)
$0.75/1 Campbell’s Skillet, Slow Cooker or Oven Sauce 01/11/2015 SS Insert (exp 3/31/15)
$0.50/1 printable
$0.50/ printable
Final price:  As low as 92¢

Xtra Liquid Detergent (30 loads)   2 / $3.00 or $1.99 each  (Walgreens, thru 2/28)
$1 off (1) 144 oz+ or (2) 75 oz or smaller Xtra Liquid Detergent… 02/22/2015 SS Insert (exp 4/4/15)
$1/2 Coupons.com (gone if not first coupon shown after clicking link)
Final price:  $1.00 each when you buy 2

Mott’s Juice (64 oz)   $2.00  (Safeway)
$1/1 Mott’s Juice or Sauce 01/11/2015 SS Insert (exp 2/28/15)
Final price:  $1.00

Keebler Sandwich Crackers (8-11.04 oz)   $1.67 (Friday 2/27 ONLY, Safeway)
$1/2 Keebler Crackers or Cheez-It Baked Snack Crackers 01/25/2015 RP Insert (exp 3/22/15)
Final price:  $1.17 each when you buy 2

 Pagoda Egg Rolls (12.27 oz)   $2.50  (Bashas’)
$1/1 Pagoda Snack Product 01/25/2015 SS Insert (exp 4/4/15)
$1/1 Pagoda Snack Product 01/25/2015 SS Insert (exp 3/7/15)
Final price:  $1.50

Oreo Cookies (10.7-15.25 oz)   $1.99  (Safeway)
$0.75/2 Oreo Cookies 02/01/2015 SS Insert (exp 3/21/15)
$0.75/2 Nabsico Cookies or Crackers 01/18/2015 SS Insert (exp 2/28/15)
Final price:  $1.62 each when you buy 2

Nabisco Chips Ahoy or Saltines   $1.77 (Los Altos)
$0.75/2 Nabsico Cookies or Crackers 01/18/2015 SS Insert (exp 2/28/15)
Final price:  $1.65 each when you buy 2

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+  Walmart will match competitor’s prices — details HERE.
+  If you don’t live near a store listed above, you can’t ad match those prices.
Walmart’s coupon policy
+ Multiple manufacturers’ coupons are listed, but you can only use one for each product purchased
+ If you want to know what abbreviations mean, go HERE.
+ Coupons listed without a link are from previous coupon inserts in the AZ Republic.
+ Get coupons in the Arizona Republic for $1 per week (3 months, then cancel or pay full) HERE!  (Wed. & Sun. delivery)

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A Few Walmart Deals ~ 86¢ Applesauce, 98¢ So Delicious Milk or Creamer, More!

I did my regular ad matching (mostly produce) at Walmart tonight.  I felt like neglecting what I needed to do at home, so I browsed a little.  Looking for a deal or two sounded more exciting than that “to do” list, but I didn’t have long.

Here are the few things I thought were worthy of mentioning . . .

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Mott’s Applesauce (6-pk)   $1.86
$1/1 Coupons.com (gone if not first coupon shown after clicking link)
Final price:  86¢

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So Delicious Dairy Free Coconut Creamer (pint) or Coconut Milk (32 oz)   $1.98
Creamer is refrigerated, milk is not.
$1/1 So Delicious Dairy Free Product 1/11/15 SS Insert (exp 4/30/15)
$1/1 Coupons.com (gone if not first coupon shown after clicking link)
Final price:  98¢

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Keebler Cookies   $1.98
$1/2 printable (gone if not first coupon shown after clicking link)
Final price:  $1.48 each when you buy 2

Sara Lee Individually Wrapped Snacks   $2.50
$1/1 Coupons.com (gone if not first coupon shown after clicking link)
Final price:  $1.50

Equate Maxi Pads (20 – 28 ct)   $3.76
$1.50/1 Coupons.com (gone if not first coupon shown after clicking link)
Final price:  $2.24

Seattle’s Best Coffee (12 oz)   $5.38
$1.50/1 Seattle’s Best Coffee Ground or K-Cup Packs 11/9/15 SS Insert (exp 2/28/15)
$1.50/1 Seattle’s Best Coffee Ground or K-Cup Packs 2/1/15 SS Insert (exp 4/1/15)
Final price:  $3.88

Obviously, this isn’t very complete and there are many other deals at Walmart.  Please leave a comment if you’ve found other bargains and we’ll add them to this list.  Thanks!

Make sure you grab a bunch of other ad matching bargains, while you’re there.  Here’s the list, to make it simple.

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Get a Free AMEX at Walmart to Double Savings Catcher Savings!

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Below is a tip on how to maximize your savings with Walmart’s Savings Catcher program.

We’re hearing rumors that they will be stopping their ad matching program (possibly at the end of this year??).  I hope it’s not true, but I believe it’s coming.  :(   If you haven’t tried this program or know about it, it’s worth reading up on.  You can read the details here.

Reader, Karen, sent this to me . . .  (Thanks, Karen!)

“I was in Walmart on Tuesday, November 11th and they had the
American Express Bluebird Card for free, for a limited time (normally $5.00).
So, I put the min. amount on the card ($1.00).  I will be using it to put my
Savings Catcher amounts on it, which I will get double the cash back.”

Here’s a link with more information.  (Thanks, Kathleen & CindyLou!)

Great tip!  I haven’t verified that all stores carry this, but be on the lookout.

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Walmart Ad Matching Policy & Tips for Making it Simple

If you live in Arizona, we do an ad matching list each week.  I’ll give you some tips on how to use that, below.  It’s super simple!

They also have a new Savings Catcher program.  Read more about that here.  Right now, it’s had varying results.  I would stick with ad matching at the register and then submit your receipts for things you might have missed.  It can’t hurt!

You can read the full details of their official ad matching policy, but here are what I consider the main points:

Walmart WILL match:

  • Prices that are listed in a local ad (not clearly defined what “local” is)
  • Specific items with a specific prices (brand, size, quantity, “value pack” etc.)
    (Will only do B1G1 or % off if starting price is listed in ad)
  • Store coupons in ads, if price is listed
  • Prices without showing them the ad (I suggest having ads, though)
  • Pound for pound, each to each prices on same package size, type, etc.

They will NOT match:

  • Prices on items that don’t have a specific price listed.  (50% off, B1G1, etc)
  • Price after Register Rewards or Extra Care Bucks (Walgreens & CVS)
  • “Weird” sales (ie:  Buy 2, Get $5 gift card, but most seem to match the Buy 10 sales, if you’re buying 10 & similar sales)
  • Per pound to “each” prices & vice versa ($1.99 pineapple will not be matched if ad is $0.33/lb)
  • Store brands (Some stores will, but their official policy says they won’t.  We put them on the list since so many will.)
  • Double coupon promotions

Helpful Hints:

  • Use the ad matching list on BargainBeliever.com each week.  We have most of the best, though we don’t include “Buy 10″ sales and similar.
  • And/or use the lists on BargainBelieverc.com to make one list, select “all lists” and print (if local to AZ)**
  • Look at your local market-type ads you get for your area & add to list
    Especially if you get IGA ads — We don’t have those prices on the list.
  • Wednesday is often the best day to shop due to one day sales.
  • I place my non ad matching items on conveyor belt first (if any), giving me time to get ready to tell the cashier the prices I need to.
  • Tell the cashier the prices before items are scanned
  • Carry your ads, just in case (policy says not necessary, but nice to have for back up)

Meats:  I have a hard time finding meats that are packaged, branded, or labeled exactly the same as an ad, so I rarely do meats.  Experiment with your list until you find out what your store carries and/or will and will not do.

Produce:  I will readily admit that Walmart’s produce is not always the quality I want to purchase.  Don’t buy that item!  Go in with a flexible plan.  My thinking is that I usually want some great fruits and vegetables for my family, but I don’t necessarily care what they are that week.  I’m fine with getting extra of something that looks good and skipping something else.  On the rare occasion that not much looks good, I get what they have and rely on frozen vegetables and canned fruit for a short time, until I can get to a store that has a good produce sale.

General Foods & Household Items:  I don’t match prices on these items as often since I like the doubling value that most grocery stores give for coupons.  If you don’t use coupons — match away!  Great deals can be found!  If you do use coupons, there are some $1+ coupons that work well there and there are times when I’m not willing to drive to an extra store for the added, double savings.  Be on the lookout for travel size items for higher value coupons that don’t exclude travel sizes.  Of course, sometimes there are some great prices that don’t require a coupon.

**Note:  If an item is not advertised in their ad, they do not have to price match it.  We add many items to the Bargain Believer lists that are not in the ads, especially at Fry’s, Safeway, and Target (others sometimes, too).  Usually, if there is a date after the item “(thru date)” it is not an advertised price.  (Target’s list is difficult to use since many are price cuts and store coupons, so I would stay away from that one.)

I suggest printing their official price matching policy and carrying in with your coupons.  You might want to print their coupon policy, while you’re at it.  :)

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Walmart Online Price Matching Policy ~ Select Areas, Including Phoenix!

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Walmart stores are ad matching online prices now, not just during the holidays!  The test markets are:  Phoenix, Atlanta, Charlotte, Dallas, Northwest Arkansas.  I’m not sure what is defined as “Phoenix.”  You’ll need to ask your local Walmart if it’s not in Phoenix, I guess.

The details are here.  The list of retailers is pretty impressive!  This is great, since you can save shipping and go to the store and get your item right away.  I’m going to copy the details below and highlight the ones that I think are the most important.

Our Online Price Match Policy

We’re committed to providing low prices every day. On everything. So if you find a current lower online price on an identical in-stock product, tell us and we’ll match it. Right at the register.

Here are the details:

  • The customer must provide the online price and retailer
  • The item must be currently in-stock at the online retailer’s website
  • We reserve the right to verify the price of the identical, in-stock item at the online retailer’s website (i.e., size, model, quantity, brand, color)
  • The Store Manager has the final decision for matching an online price (My note:  Hope this doesn’t come into play often!!)
  • Where applicable, Walmart reserves the right to limit quantities and to exclude dealers

** Online retailers include, but are not limited to Walmart.com, Target.com, Bestbuy.com, Lowes.com, Staples.com, Sears.com, Amazon.com, Kmart.com, Toysrus.com, Officedepot.com, Academy.com, SportsAuthority.com, Basspro.com, Homedepot.com, Cabelas.com, Autozone.com, Petsmart.com, Petco.com, Dickssportinggoods.com, Walgreens.com, Dollargeneral.com, Bedbathandbeyond.com, Babiesrus.com, Jcpenny.com, Kohls.com, Tigerdirect.com, Newegg.com, Familydollar.com, Michaels.com, Oreillyauto.com, Pepboys.com

We do not match:

  • Membership clubs and Auction sites (e.g. eBay)
  • An online price that cannot be determined independent of other items, fees, or charges
  • Percent off or dollar off if the price cannot be determined independent of other items, fees, or charges
  • Bundle offers, Instant Rebates, Mail-in Offers, Offers that include financing
  • Clearance, Close out, Liquidation, Special Hour/Flash/Limited Quantity offers
  • Damaged, Used, or Refurbished items
  • Misprinted or inaccurate prices
  • Online price match is not available in Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico
  • We will not offer rain-checks for items that are not currently in-stock in our store
  • Walmart One Hour Guarantee Items

(Thanks, Kelly!)

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Facebook Problems? ~ Get Bargain Believer to Show Up in Your Feed!

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I’ve received quite a few emails recently, asking how to get Facebook updates from Bargain Believer to show up in your news feed.

The very best way seems to “like,” comment, and share posts regularly.  The people that do that say they see all the updates.  As a bonus, Facebook shows the posts with the most love, more often.  So, we love all of you that interact with our page!  It helps those who want to get the updates, but choose to remain quiet.

If you are opposed to that, hover over “liked” and make sure “following” is checked.  You have hope, but it doesn’t seem like much.  Most likely, you’ve already done that and nothing has changed.  :(

Lastly, you can check to “get notifications,”  which is an option under the “like” button.  Some love get notifications, some don’t.  Try it for awhile and see what you think.  You can always uncheck it later.

If Facebook won’t show you the love, there are other ways to follow.

Email - One email per day, usually around 3pm — good way to quickly look & see what you missed

RSS

Twitter

You could give one of those a shot or just stalk the website page each day.

Anyone have any other insight about getting your “liked” pages to show up?

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My Review of Walmart’s New Savings Catcher Program

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We talked to you about Walmart’s new Savings Catcher program here.  I decided to test it out last week.  I went to Walmart on Wednesday and bought something very simple, a box of Ritz crackers.  They can’t mess that up, right?  Here’s my receipt clearly showing the Ritz crackers for $2.50 at the very top.  It even says at the bottom of the receipt to try their new Saving Catcher program.

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Notice the date on the receipt is August 6th.  Here’s a copy of the Safeway ad starting August 6th.  Safeway is less than 1/4 mile from Walmart here in Prescott Valley.  It clearly shows on the front page that Ritz are $1.88.

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It took 72 hours to get this email.  They didn’t find any differences.  Um, really?  walmart

I issued a complaint where I had to state the lower price and where.  Now, it’s just the point.  I want my 62¢.  If I have to do all the work for them, I’d rather just stick to price matching using our super easy price matching list that we make every week.

So, that’s my experience with this new program.  Do with that info what you wish.  I’m going to price match everything that I’m possibly aware of.  Then, I’ll use this program as a back up.

We’ve heard from several people on Facebook who have said it works and have gotten back $2, $7 and even $11.  So, it CAN work.  A lot of people are loving it.

Update:  I heard from someone who works for Walmart on this program.  He gave me the following information:

For clarification on the comparison - Savings Catcher would match the Safeway club
card price (and the advertised loyalty card prices for other stores, too). 

The competitive set for Savings Catcher is pretty comprehensive. For the specific
store you shopped at, it currently includes: Safeway, CVS, Walgreens, Frys, Kmart,
Albertsons, Target, Family Dollar, Kohls, Petsmart, Dollar Tree, Staples, Best Buy,
Petco, Lowe's, Radio Shack, and Bed Bath & Beyond.

Update on locations/items they’ll “catch” . . .
“Beginning February 14, 2015, we are removing some departments consisting mostly of items that do not have a like for like match at other retailers, such as produce and bakery items. Additionally, we are limiting our comparisons to offers of other mass market retailers, grocery and dollar stores, removing comparisons with drug stores.

Now, I’m in a small town in Prescott Valley, so I was surprised that it covered so many stores.

They also resolved my issue and I got me my money.  :)

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Walmart Savings Catcher Program (like price matching without having to)

savings_catcherUpdate:  Here are the results from the first test we did, with some feedback in the comments below that post.

Walmart has a new program called Savings Catcher.  This could be great if it works like they say.  I love that you don’t need to take a photo of your receipt, just enter the number at the bottom.  Easy peasy.  You will need to create a Walmart account.  I already had one.  Other than that, the whole process took me about 30 seconds.

Here’s how it works:

  1. Submit your receipt to Savings Catcher in any one of two ways:
    • Enter the receipt number (the TC number) into Savings Catcher at Walmart.com/savingscatcher. You’ll find this number located near the bottom of your printed Walmart store receipt.
    • Or, scan the code at the bottom of your printed store receipt, using the scanner in the Savings Catcher section of the Walmart app.
  2. Savings Catcher compares the prices of the eligible items you bought at Walmart to the advertised prices found in the print and online versions of the weekly ads of top retailers in your area. The ads must be valid at the time you made your Walmart purchase.
  3. If Savings Catcher finds an advertised price that is lower than what you paid for the same exact item at Walmart, you’ll get back the difference on a Walmart Rewards eGift Card.

You can submit up to 7 receipts a week and it takes 2-3 days to receive your credit.

Here’s info on what they match:

Does Savings Catcher compare all items on my receipt?
Savings Catcher applies to many items sold at Walmart stores. This includes:

  • Most groceries such as cereal, rice and most fruits and vegetables except for: store brand items, deli, bakery and weighed items like meat.
  • Consumable items such as paper towels, bleach and trash bags.
  • Health and beauty items such as shampoo and makeup.
  • Select general merchandise items.

Savings Catcher does not currently apply to:

  • Store brands, deli, bakery and weighed items like meat.
  • General merchandise items, (including, but not limited to, electronics, media and gaming, toys, sporting goods, housewares, small appliances, home décor, bedding, books and magazines, apparel and shoes, jewelry, furniture, office supplies and seasonal products).
  • Non-branded items.
  • Tobacco, firearms, gasoline, tires, prescription drugs, optical and photo products and services, or products that require a service agreement such as wireless, automotive or financial products.

Here’s the list of FAQ.

I went today and bought Ritz crackers as they are $2.50 at Walmart, but on sale at Safeway for $1.88.  I’ll update this in 2-3 days and let you know if I got my credit.
UpdateHere are the results from the first test we did, with some feedback in the comments below that post.

Update:  I heard from someone who works for Walmart on this program.  He gave me the following information:

For clarification on the comparison - Savings Catcher would match the Safeway club
card price (and the advertised loyalty card prices for other stores, too). 

The competitive set for Savings Catcher is pretty comprehensive. For the specific
store you shopped at, it currently includes: Safeway, CVS, Walgreens, Frys, Kmart,
Albertsons, Target, Family Dollar, Kohls, Petsmart, Dollar Tree, Staples, Best Buy,
Petco, Lowe's, Radio Shack, and Bed Bath & Beyond.

Update on locations/items they’ll “catch” . . .
“Beginning February 14, 2015, we are removing some departments consisting mostly of items that do not have a like for like match at other retailers, such as produce and bakery items. Additionally, we are limiting our comparisons to offers of other mass market retailers, grocery and dollar stores, removing comparisons with drug stores.

Now, I’m in a small town in Prescott Valley, so I was surprised that it covered so many stores. Your area may even include more!

(Thanks, Rosie!)

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