Walmart Weekly Deals, 3/23

by Beth Montgomery on March 24, 2010 · 4 comments

in Meijer, Store Deals USA, LLC

Have questions about shopping at Walmart? Read how you can save money at Walmart to pick up tips and tricks!   Pay attention to the colors! Items in BOLD are on sale, while BLUE is the after coupon or discount price. Watch for RED to find freebies!

The following deals were complied by Heather at Passion for Savings. I’ve picked out my favorites, but check out her site to get the full list of deals for this week, along with weekly deals for Harps and Marvin’s IGA/CV!

Arm & Hammer Advanced White Toothpaste (Travel Size), $0.97
$2.50/2 Arm & Hammer Oral Care Product, exp. 6-30-10 (SS 03/21/10)
FREE each wyb 2 after coupon

Banquet Family Size Meal, $2.40
$1.50/1 Banquet Family Size Meal, exp. 5-31-10 (All You Magazine Apr ’10)
FREE After MIR Banquet Family Size Meal, exp. 5-31 (All You Magazine Apr ’10)
FREE plus overage after coupon and rebate

Benadryl Anti Itch Stick, $2.28
$4/2 Benadryl Product printable (IE) or printable (FF)
$0.28 ea. after coupon

Rimmel Bronzer, $4.28
FREE Rimmel Product up to $5, exp. 4-30-10 (All You Magazine Apr ’10)
FREE after coupon

Smart Balance Sour Cream (16 oz), $1.50
$1/1 Smart Balance Sour Cream & Omega-3s, exp. 5-5-10 (RP 03/21/10)
$0.50 ea. after coupon

Yoplait Yo-Plus Yogurt, $1.68 Rollback
$1/1 YoPlus OR YoPlus Light Yogurt printable
$1/1 Yoplait YoPlus Yogurt printable (IE) or printable (FF)
$1/1 Yo-Plus or Yo-Plus Light Yogurt, exp. 4-3-10 (GM 02/07/10)
$0.68 ea. after coupon

Find more ways to save money by checking out the latest store deals and stop by next week for more Walmart deals.

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1 Jenna March 26, 2010 at 2:53 PM

in shopping at walmart the other day, i encountered a new issue regarding coupons. they told me they can no longer accept black and white printed coupons, that they have to be in color so they can see the yellow dots behind the expiration date. i asked if this was new because i have never encountered that before, and they said yes it was just sent out last week she thought. has anyone else encountered this? any advice? if this is true, that majorly cuts down on the shopping i will be doing there. =(

2 Beth Montgomery March 26, 2010 at 3:06 PM

Some stores do have this policy. I haven’t encountered it at any of mine, but I know in Terre Haute almost every store won’t take black & white printable coupons. She was in shock when she came here and didn’t have to print them in color. It’s becoming very common, because of issues with fraud. Fraudulent coupons cost stores hundreds of millions of dollars each year and that’s forcing them to put these policies in place.

3 Jenna March 26, 2010 at 4:30 PM

thanks for the info. what a shame that people do that and ruin it for others. i can’t justify the cost it would be for color ink to print all that i do. =( this is a huge bummer for me. hopefully our meijer doesn’t implement this policy any time soon!

4 Beth Montgomery March 27, 2010 at 4:36 PM


I was curious, so I called Walmart customer service. They said that they have a national coupon policy and that local stores are not allowed to make their own local adjustments. Their national policy is that black and white coupons are acceptable, so you can call them on your cell when you’re there and hand over the phone, so they can set the manager straight and save you a fortune in ink.

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