Walmart Corporate Coupon Policy
Head 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. Here’s what Walmart says about accepting coupons…
“We gladly accept valid paper manufacturer coupons issued by manufacturers of products that Walmart sells. These paper manufacturer coupons must scan at the register and must not be expired in accordance with the following guidelines.”
My absolute favorite reason to shop at Walmart is that you may be able to earn coupon overage, which can be applied towards other items in your basket (like produce, meat, dairy and other rare non-coupon items)! As stated in the policy:
“The coupon value will be applied to the price of an item allowing any overage to be applied to the transaction total. In select instances, Walmart may give cash after overages are applied to the transaction total (remaining basket).”
Walmart Price Match Policy
In addition, familiarize yourself with the Walmart Price Match Policy. Walmart will match Walmart.com and Jet.com base prices, for identical items purchased in a Walmart store, according to these rules:
- The customer must inform the associate of the price
- The item must be currently in-stock on Walmart.com at the time the Price Match is requested
- We reserve the right to verify the price and the availability of the identical item (i.e., size, model, quantity, brand, or color, etc.). If the register prompts for supervisor approval, the supervisor must verify the price and availability of the identical item (i.e., size, model, quantity, brand, or color, etc.), by logging onto the Walmart.com website through a store terminal, before the price will be matched.
- We reserve the right to limit quantities to one-per-customer, per item, per day
Quantities are limited in New Mexico only for the purchase for resale.
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. 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 doesn’t apply to produce and bakery items. Walmart also limits comparisons to offers of other mass-market retailers, grocery, and dollar stores. It has removed comparisons with drug stores.
Due to this change, users can no longer scan paper receipts within the app or submit via desktop. However, this change will allow you to both submit and spend your Savings Catcher rewards within the same Walmart Pay experience.