Walmart Store Guide
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Walmart Corporate Coupon Policy
Go here to check out the Walmart Corporate Coupon Policy! I recommend printing the policy and keeping it with you every time you shop at Walmart. If any issues should arise, you’ll have the corporate policy on hand to show them.
Walmart accepts both printable and newspaper manufacturer’s coupons. Walmart also accepts competitors’ coupons for a specific item for a specified price. My absolute favorite reason to shop at Walmart is because you can earn coupon overage! As stated in the policy, “If coupon value exceeds the price of the item, the excess may be given to the customer as cash or applied toward the basket purchase.”
Walmart Ad Match Guarantee
In addition, familiarize yourself with the Walmart Ad Match Guarantee. Walmart will match any local competitor’s advertised price. You are not required to have the ad with you; however, your store will need to verify the ad if there is a difference in price greater than 25% from the competitor.
Walmart will match the price of buy one, get one free ads with a specified price, ads that feature a specific item for a specified price, and preferred shopping card prices for specific items that are in a printed ad.
Walmart Online Price Match Policy
If you find a current lower price from an online retailer on an identical, in-stock product, Walmart will match it thanks to the Walmart Online Price Match Policy! Your local Walmart store will match the prices on Walmart.com and other online retailers right at the register as long as the item is currently in-stock at the online retailer’s website at the time you make the request for the price match.
Note that some items may be limited to one-per-customer per item per day and the Store Management has the final decision for matching an online price. Online price matching is not available in Alaska, Hawaii and Puerto Rico for in store purchases.
Also note that Walmart has ended their Price Matching Program at over 500 stores – check with your local store for more information and/or check out this article published by Business Insider.
Walmart’s Saving Catcher Program
Savings Catcher compares your receipt to advertised prices from top stores in your area, and if it finds a lower advertised price, you get the difference on a Walmart eGift Card.
Click here to find more information on the program and to check out a video about the program. Note that Savings Catcher does not apply to produce and bakery items and Walmart limits comparisons to offers of other mass market retailers, grocery and dollar stores and has removed comparisons with drug stores.