I ventured back into Price Matching at Walmart this week. I was pleasantly surprised, and glad to know ahead of time that the PM policy I once knew was replaced with this one. A friend also told me that our WM will honor other ads’ multiple-purchase prices, too. But no more store brand matching, which is a bummer.
I’m glad I took my ads with me. I had to refer to product sizes, and had to show the cashier one price. First I got another Beneful deal, .75 money-maker. Then a couple of Christmas gifts. Here are the best of the grocery deals I got this week.
Laura’s Lean beef top loin 3.19 markdown – $1 coupon = 2.19. Also another one for 2.38. Nice to slice and add to….
Bird’s Eye Voila Beef Lo Mein 3.74 – 1.75 coupon = 1.99. With the beef, this will serve three with leftovers for lunch.
Fisher walnuts 1.38 – .55 coupon = .83, a real bargain.
1# brown rice .78 GV price
Kraft shredded .88 wyb10 PM – (just 1) $1/2 coupon = .78 each. Sure wish I’d had more of that coupon!
Ritz PM 1.99 – .75/1 peelies right there = 1.24
Skippy 1.99 PM – .75/2 coupon = 1.67 each
Philly cream cheese PM at .97 (because I did not buy 10 for .69) – .40 coupon = .57
And I got other deals, too. I’m looking at my receipt and I see three “voided entries” (mistakes). My PMs were separated at the end, I informed her, and she still rang three separate items before I caught her each time, so she had to re-ring them. Really?! It becomes more and more important to select a good cashier. We’ll have to see how this goes.