Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Walmart Shopping

I had a great weekend this weekend with my daughter. We went on a Girl Scout camping trip. We spent Friday and Saturday at camp. It was more like a two night sleep over for the girls. They had fun and little sleep. We walked all over camp. I was so exhausted by the time we got home on Sunday. Whew! I took Monday off. :) I learned so much about Girl Scout traditions I never knew. I can't wait to go again next year.

Our Bunks

Dangerous Little Miss

Yeah I almost got a bullseye!

With all that, I have been really busy shopping this week. I have barely had time to write about it. Many great deals I can’t wait to share. I went to Walmart, Tom Thumb, Sprouts and Kroger. I will post all those later. Today I am starting with Walmart.

I have been having problems checking out at Walmart, since the cashiers don’t know about the new coupon policy as of yet. I meant to print it out and bring it with me this time but I forgot. I had a few items that were under the amount of the coupon and she had to go ask her manager about them. I also had to make sure she gave my overages because she was only going to give me the value of the item off. So I am printing a copy of the coupon policy and placing it in my Walmart envelope today. I purchased other non related food items at Walmart so I am just going to list the food items here.

Here is how I did:

(2) Ken’s Salad Dressing $1.42 - $1/1 Q Kens Salad Dressing 8-9 oz SS 03/20
            -Final $0.42 each
(3) Degree Men’s Deodorant Trial Size $0.97 - $1/1 Q Degree deodorant RP 03/27
            -Final FREE +0.03 Money Maker
(1) Spic and Span Spray $0.97 - $0.50/1 Q Spic and Span product – Printable
            -Final $0.47

Altogether I spent $1.22 for $6.72 worth of items listed above. This just goes to show you can even coupon at Walmart.

Share a comment and tell me how you did? Did you shop at Walmart this week? How was it? I would love to hear from you.

Happy Shopping!


  1. It definitely helps to have the coupon policy handy! I always look for the guy cashiers. Maybe it's bad to over-generalize, but they are usually much nicer. :-)

  2. Thanks for the tip. Usually they are not well staffed when I shop, so my checker selection is limited.


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