Walmart Coupon Policy
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Walmart Coupon Policy

Posted on Thursday, May 9th, 2013 at 11:30 am
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walmart-logoInformation Valid as of April 2013

Print at Home Internet Coupons are accepted under the following conditions:

  • Printed coupon must be legible
  • Must have “Manufacturer Coupon” printed on the coupon
  • Must have a valid remit address for the manufacturer
  • Must have a valid expiration date
  • Must have a scannable bar code
  • Buy One Get One Free (BOGO) coupons with a specified price are valid
  • Acceptable printed in black and white or color
  • May not be duplicated

Manufacturers’ Coupons are accepted under the following conditions:

  • For dollars/cents off
  • For free items (except those printed off the internet)
  • Buy one, get one free (BOGO) coupons
  • Must have “Manufacturer Coupon” printed on them
  • Must have a valid remit address for the manufacturer
  • Must have a valid expiration date
  • Must have a scannable bar code
  • May not be duplicated

Competitors’ Coupons are accepted under the following conditions:

  • A specific item for a specified price. For example, a specific bottle of shampoo for $2.99
  • Buy one, get one free (BOGO) coupons for items with a specified price
  • Must have a valid expiration date
  • Are acceptable in black and white

Soft Drink Container Cap Deals are accepted

Checkout Coupons (“Catalinas”) are accepted under the following conditions:

  • Printed at competitor registers for dollars/cents off a specific item
  • Must have “Manufacturer Coupon” with specific item requirements printed on them
  • Must have a valid remit address for the manufacturer
  • Must have a valid expiration date
  • Must have a scannable bar code
  • Are acceptable in black and white
  • May not be duplicated

Walmart Does Not Accept Checkout Coupons for:

  • Dollars/cents off the entire basket purchase
  • Percentage off the entire basket price

Walmart does not accept print-at-home internet coupons that require no purchase

Walmart does not accept the following types of coupons from competitors:

  • Dollars/cents off at a specific retailer
  • Percentage off
  • Buy one, get one free (BOGO) coupons without a specified price
  • Double or triple value coupons

Additional Guidelines and Limitations:

  • Walmart only accepts coupons for merchandise they sell
  • Coupons must be presented at the time of purchase
  • Only one coupon per item
  • Item purchased must be identical to the coupon (size, quantity, brand, flavor, color, etc.)
  • There is no limit to the number of coupons per transaction
  • Coupons must have an expiration date and be redeemed prior to expiration
  • If coupon value exceeds the price of the item, the excess may be given to the customer as cash or applied toward the basket purchase
  • SNAP items purchased in a SNAP transaction are not eligible for cash back
  • WIC items purchased in a WIC transaction are applied to the basket purchase and may not be eligible for cash back. Refer to state specific WIC guidelines
  • Great Value, Marketside, Equate, Parents Choice, and World Table coupons have no cash value and are not eligible for cash back or application to the basket purchase
  • The system will prompt for supervisor verification for 40 coupons per transaction, a coupon of $20 or greater on one item, $50 or more in coupons in one transaction

 

Information taken from official Walmart website

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