I gave Walmart Price Matching another shot this week. This time I took Evan with me and went at a busier time of the day. I was able to price match with no issues at the registers. I price matched Acme, Genuardis, Giant and Redners. I price matched the Mission Tortillas, Fuze, KC Masterpiece, Corn, Swiss Tea, Pepperidge Farm Bread and Borden Cheese. I used a free coupon on the Ore-Ida fries.
I estimate that this saved me about $6 on gas. I normally would not have taken advantage of the few deals at Genuardis. I even got the overage on the KC Masterpiece coupon. The corn was priced at $.40 each, with the price match I paid $.17. The Mission Tortillas were regular price of $2.09 at Walmart. I priced matched $.99 plus used a $.75 coupon, making them $.14 each.
Even though Walmart doesn’t double coupons, the gas savings made up for it. I really think I will be able to cherry pick the best deals and price match at Walmart. I did find that they didn’t have a few brands that were on my price match list. I am going to work on a spreadsheet – hopefully I can get that made and share it.
So far, I am very happy with the Walmart price matching! See more information about price matching at Walmart here.