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Jan 03 2011
6 years ago
12:07 PM MDT

Walmart Accepts Competitor's Coupons?!

Jan 03, 2011 @ 12:07 PM MDT
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Wow! Walmart may soon become a favorite store of couponers everywhere! As most of you know, Walmart has clearly stated that internet coupons will gladly be accepted (see my post about this topic here). Well…I was just informed earlier today that Walmart has also announced in the weekly ad (see picture above taken directly from the weekly ad) that competitor’s coupons will also be accepted!!! Wowza! This should mean that you can use a Target store coupon stacked with a regular manufacturer’s coupon and snag some sweet savings…I have yet to personally try this out at my local Walmart but it is definitely on my to-do list.

Have you successfully used a competitor’s coupon at your local Walmart? Have you used a Target store coupon stacked with a manufacturer’s coupon at your Walmart? Please share your successes and failures with us below!

(Thanks, Ohio Coupon Connection!)

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On a side note, if you head to Walmart in the next few days, be on the lookout for a coupon booklet called “Game Day Playbook.” Reader, Vaylene, found this coupon booklet by a Ritz cracker display in the meat/cheese section of her Walmart. The manufacturer’s coupons in this booklet are: $1/2 Nabisco Crackers (6 oz -16.5 oz); $1/2 Kraft or Cracker Barrel Natural Chuck cheese; $1/2 packages of Oscar Mayer Deli Fresh meat; $1/1 Velveeta 1lb or larger and one can of RoTel (any variety); and $1/2 packages of Philadelphia Cream Cheese.

(Thanks, Vaylene!)

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