Walmart Price Match Shopping Trip: Lettuce $0.50, Chicken Breast $1.48/lb & Cucumbers $0.25 Each
We recently got a new Walmart store close to my regular shopping area, which means that I can start off my shopping trip at Walmart and then walk to the remaining stores. I have therefore tried to learn a bit more about the Walmart price match
policy, and I am beginning to get the hang of it.
My Walmart Price Match Shopping Trip:
Boneless Skinless Chicken Breast Walmart price $1.97/lb = $9.63 (Walmart Price Match with Bravo $1.48/lb) = $7.16 (Saved $2.47)
2 x Lettuce Walmart Price $1.48 each = $2.96 (Walmart Price Match with Western Beef 2 for $1) = $1 (Saved $1.96)
4 x Cucumbers Walmart Price $0.78 each = $3.12 (Walmart Price Match with Sedanos 4 for $0.99 = $0.99 (Saved $2.22)
Total out of pocket $9.27
Total saved $6.65
I have been very pleased with the Walmart Price Match policy so far, but I have only used it on meat and produce.
A Few Tips About The Walmart Price Match Policy:
- Go through your local ads, and write down the prices that you want to price match. It will help you to have a list, when you get to the cash register.
- You do not need to bring the ad (they should have it)
- Whether you can use coupons on a price match or not seem to vary from store to store. Ask at your local Walmart.
- Items purchased must be identical to the ad (size, quantity, brand, flavor, color, etc.)
While most cashiers at Walmart are knowledgeable about the Walmart Price Match policy, I highly recommend that you print out the Walmart Price Match policy and bring it along every time you shop. I have had to pull it out a few times, and I also recommend that you bring along the ad if you have it.