New $1/1 Hormel Compleats Microwaveable Meal Coupon = as Low as Only $0.68 at Walmart

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If you’re looking for a quick and affordable lunch, this post is for you! First, head on over to Coupons.com where you can print this new $1/1 Hormel Compleats microwaveable meal coupon. Use this coupon at Walmart to score the following deals:

(Photo Credit: I Heart the Mart)

Hormel Compleats Kids $1.66
Use the $1/1 Hormel Compleats coupon found here
Final cost $0.66!

Hormel Compleats meals $1.98
Use the $1/1 Hormel Compleats coupon found here
Final cost $0.98!

(Thanks, I Heart the Mart!)

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Comments 8

  1. harlow

    i tried the tortelloni pasta by this item and it was no good it really was very starchy and hurt my stomach. i also tried the bbq chicken and also no good, really small pieces and too much sauce of bbq. no good save ur money. cheap though.

  2. Cheryl

    I bought the spaghetti and meat sauce for lunch at work and like the comment above, it made my stomach hurt. I haven’t bought them since. I noticed during my grocery store’s double coupon promotion that even when the products were practically free with the coupon, the shelves were full. No one was buying them.

  3. Rosalia

    Felt bad but I took one bite and it went in the trash. I do appreciate the deals though. Thank you. Plus taste is different for everyone. 🙂

  4. Maryann

    I’ve tried several of these and the new Sandwich makers and ended up throwing them all out after no one in the family liked the taste. The only one that passed muster was the beef stew/pot roast one. My husband said it was “okay.”

  5. Michelle

    Agree with everybody too. These are disgusting, especially the swedish meatballs. They smelled like dog food. I’m not a picky person and can’t think of the last time I actually threw something away becuase it tasted so bad. Save your money, even with coupons, these aren’t worth it.

    • Erin

      I was just going to comment that these are akin to dog food. We never buy shelf-stable ready-to-eat foods for this reason, nor the low-end frozen meals for that matter.

  6. Collin (Mrs. Hip)

    Thanks for the feedback, I haven’t tried these yet and now I’m thinking I may have to pass.

  7. Becky

    I only get these at a store where the coupon makes them free…and only because my daughter will eat some varieties. I think they smell weird tbh.

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