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Jan 03 2011
7 years ago
12:07 PM MST

Walmart Accepts Competitor's Coupons?!

Jan 03, 2011 @ 12:07 PM MST
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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!)


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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Have you ever had moments when you're either out of time or out of printer ink, or both, and you really want to keep track of a "Hip" deal or print a valuable coupon in the next day or two? Or what do you do when an outstanding, but pricey, deal is posted and you want to save it for discussion with your significant other? Well, now you're in luck! No more searching through pages of posts to find the coupon or the deal. Simply move the post to your Hip List and access it at your convenience.

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It's easy! To use this feature, first head on over here and register and log into your account. Whenever you find a great deal that you want to come back to later at a later time, just click on the HIP List icon located on each post (see images below) and the information will be saved in your account. To remove a post from your HIP List, just click on the HIP List icon and it will be removed.

When logged into your account, you will see the HIP List icon at the bottom of every post if you are viewing in classic view.

If you prefer to view in river view, you will see the HIP List icon located on every post above the post title and to the right.

If you're wanting to print a certain deal, blog post, or the Weekly Store Matchups from your HIP list, click on the small blue printer icon in the upper right corner of the HIP list. This will allow you to customize the information that you want or don't want to include when printing from your HIP list so you're only printing the information that's most important to you! If there are deals (or portions of deals) that you are not interested in printing, just click on the red x button to remove them. To restore a section, click on the green arrow icon in the upper right hand corner.