The first place I go when want to find coupons is Coupons.com. The majority of coupons found on their website can be used an any store. That being said, I have seen a few coupons from Coupons.com that can only be redeemed if you shop at Walmart. Wondering what Walmart’s coupon policy is? Here are some details you need to know about it.
* It must have a valid expiration date.
* It must have a scannable bar code.
* Coupons must have “Manufacturers Coupon” printed on them.
* The coupon must have a valid remit address for the manufacturer.
* Walmart does not accept coupons that have been duplicated.
* Walmart will accept print-at-home coupons if they are legible.
* BOGO (Buy 1, Get 1 Free) coupons must have a specified price.
* They will accept coupons that are in color or that are in black and white.
* They accept manufactures coupons for “dollar/cents off”.
* They accept manufacturers coupons for free items (but not the ones that were printed off the internet).
* BOGO (Buy 1, Get 1 Free) manufacturers coupons are accepted.
* Walmart will accept Catalinas (also called “checkout coupons”) that have been printed at their competitor’s registers that are for “dollars/cents off” a specific item.
* They will accept Catalinas that are in black and white.
Walmart Will Not Accept
* Catalinas that are for “dollars/cents off” the entire basket purchase or that are for a percentage off the entire basket purchase.
* Print-at-home internet coupons that require no purchase.
* Competitor’s coupons that are for “dollars/cents off” a specific retailer (that isn’t Walmart).
* Competitor’s coupons that are for a percentage off, that are BOGO without a specified price.
* Walmart does not accept double or triple value coupons.
Other Things to Know
* You must present your coupons at the time of purchase.
* You can only use one coupon per item.
* There is no limit on the number of coupons you can use per transaction.
* All coupons must have an expiration date and you cannot use a coupon that has expired.
* If the coupon value exceeds the price of the item, the excess may be given to the customer as cash or applies towards the basket purchase.
* A supervisor will be called if you use 40 coupons (or more) per transaction, a coupon of $20.00 or greater on one item, or $50.00 (or more) in coupons in one transaction.
* SNAP items purchases in a SNAP transaction are ineligible for cash back.
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