You have to love Walmart because they are really competitive for your business. Competitiveness is good for the consumer. You may have seen those “Match It!” commercials, well, it’s true.
Not only will they price match, but they will also accept coupons from other stores as long as they follow the following criteria:
Perhaps you don’t have time to scan all those ads and websites to find the deals. This is where wonderful sites like SavingsAngel come in very handy. This site costs about $20 a month or $7.99 for a day pass. I was able to get a free 10 day trial to test the site out and I am kicking myself that I had just finished my shopping for the next two weeks because the site it just that awesome. You can choose among major chains to check out their sales for that week and the site will match it up with available coupons for even more savings (in some cases you do need to have those Sunday circulars as the coupons are not always available for direct download). You just click to add items to your grocery list and it will divide that list up by store.
Remember when scouting out the best price you will sometimes have four different stores listed on your grocery list, but you don’t always have to drive around town because Walmart has that price matching option available to you (though you will need the original store circular in most cases. It might be a good idea to subscribe to the Sunday edition of your paper). Maybe next time I go to the grocery store I will have joined the coupon game…then again knowing me…maybe not. But it is nice to know that even not living in a major consumer area like up north, I still have my options. 😉