Best Walmart Matchups 3/25-3/31
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Best Walmart Matchups 3/25-3/31

Posted on Tuesday, March 27th, 2012 at 5:15 pm
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Here are the best Walmart matchups for the week!

1. Colgate Kids Toothpaste, 2.5 oz junior variety $1.00 Use$0.50/1 Colgate Kids Toothpaste from 3/25 Sunday insert Final Price: $0.50

2. Colgate Toothpaste, 6.4 oz  $1.50 Use $0.75/1 Colgate Toothpaste from 3/25 Sunday insert Final Price: $0.75

3. Maybelline FitMe Foundation $5.00 Use $3.00/1 Maybelline FitMe Foundation from 3/25 Sunday insert Or $2.00/1 Maybelline New York Foundation from 2/5 Sunday insert Final Price: $2.00

4. McCormick Herb Parsley Flakes, 0.25 oz $1.34 Use $0.75/1 McCormick Spice, Herb, Extract or Food Color from 3/25 Final Price: $0.59

5. Schick Hydro Silk Razor $5.97, Regular Price Use $4.00/1 Schick Hydro Silk Razor or Refill from 2/26 Sunday insert Final Price: $1.97

6. Shedds Spread Country Crock with Honey, 6 oz $1.02 Use $0.60/1 Country Crock Spread from 3/25 Sunday insert Final Price: $0.42

7. U by Kotex liners, 18 ct  $1.24 Use $1.00/1 Kotex U Product from 3/25 Sunday insert Final Price: $0.24

8. UP2U Gum Pack, 14 ct $1.28 Use $1.00/1 UP2U pack from 2/5 Sunday insert Or $1.00/2 Mentos Up2U Packs from 3/25 Sunday insert Final Price: $0.28

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