Shop With Sara: Walmart Deals with Printable Coupon Links!

Sara Conrad from SarandipitySaves.com shows you that being cheap can be oh-so chic with fortuitous frugal discoveries.

Today I ventured out to Walmart to hunt down some deals! But before we begin, here's the most important thing to never leave home without...Walmart's Coupon Policy! Be sure to print it and bring it with you just in case you get an uneducated cashier. Now, let's find some deals!

1. Haribo Gummi Bears -- $1.08

  • Use this coupon for 35¢ off

Final cost: 73¢!                                                                                              

2. Minute Maid Juice 10 ct. -- $2.98 

  • Use this coupon for $1 off

Final cost: 99¢!

3. Gold Peak Tea 18.5 oz -- $1.02

  • Use this 75¢ off manufacturer coupon

Final cost: 27¢! 

4. Frank's Red Hot (smallest size) -- $1.08

  • Use this 35¢ off coupon

Final cost: 73¢!

5. Dove Shampoo or Conditioner -- $3.48

  • Use this coupon for $2 off 

Final cost: $1.48!

6. Milo's Kitchen Dog Treats -- $11.98

  • Use this $3 off manufacturer coupon

Final cost: $8.98                                                                                         

7. Crystal Lite -- $2.00

  • Use this $1 off coupon (they have been giving away coupons daily...watch their page for details!)

Final cost: $1.00!

8. I Can't Believe It's Not Butter -- $2.68

  • Use this $1.25 off coupon

Final cost: $1.43! 

9. Scotch Brite Disinfecting Wipes -- $2.48 each

  • Buy 2
  • Use this Buy One, Get One Free coupon

Final cost: $1.24 each!

10. Handheld FoodSaver System -- $19.44

  • Use this $10 off coupon

Final cost: $9.44! (I have one of these & I love it! It's a great way to save on meat...buy it when it's on sale, FoodSave it & freeze it!)

11. Band-Aids -- $1.97 each

  • Buy 2
  • Use this $2 off of two coupon

Final cost: 97¢ each!

Daniel S. April 14, 2012 at 04:53 PM
Instead of saving a few dollars, save your community, mom & pop shops and the country; don't shop WalMart at all.
Sara Conrad April 18, 2012 at 02:20 AM
The reality is in these times many families can not afford to shop for basic items and staples at mom & pop shops. Also, I write about coupons and those stores do not offer such. I spend several hours each week compiling deals, driving to the stores, filming and writing columns trying to save my readers as much money on necessities as possible...maybe by doing so they will have a few extra dollars to spend at a local, independent store. Dont' get me wrong...I know the value of shopping local...I owned a gift shop in Milwaukee for years. This column is not about that. It's about saving as much money as possible, and the place to make that a reality is stores like Target, Walmart & drugstores.


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