Best Walmart Matchups 4/8-4/14
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Best Walmart Matchups 4/8-4/14

Posted on Tuesday, April 10th, 2012 at 10:36 pm
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Here are the best Walmart matchups!

1. Adidas Men’s Personal Care Body Wash, 400 ml $3.47, Regular Price Use $2.00/1 Adidas Men’s Personal Care Product from 4/1 Sunday insert Final Price: $1.47

2. Allegra, 5 ct $5.94, Regular Price Use $7.00/1 Allegra Product from 4/1 Sunday insert Final Price: Free plus $1.06 moneymaker

3. Head & Shoulders Shampoo or Conditioner, 13.5 oz $4.97, Regular Price Use B1G1 Head & Shoulders, up to $9.99 from 4/1 Sunday insert Final Price: $2.49 each when you buy 2

4. Met Rx Big 100 Bars $1.98, Regular Price Use $2.00/2 Met-Rx Big 100 Bars from 4/1 Sunday insert Final Price: $0.98 each when you buy 2

5. Nexcare Bandages, select varieties $1.00, Regular Price Use $0.55/1 Nexcare Product from SS 4/1 Sunday insert Or $1.00/2 Nexcare Product from SS 4/1 Sunday insert Final Price: $0.45

6. Olay Total Effects Facial Cleanser, 5 oz $5.97, Regular Price Use $3.00/1 Olay Regenerist product, Olay Facial Hair Removal or Total Effects Facial Moisturizer or Cleanser, excludes trial/travel size limit 4 like coupons in same shopping trip from 4/1 Sunday insert Final Price: $2.97

7. Buy 2 7Up, 2 Liter $1.00, Regular PriceUse $1.00/1 – 7UP, Sunkist Soda, Canada Dry, A&W or Sun Drop, 6-Pack or (2) 2-Liter – (bricks.coupons.com) Or $1.00/1 – 7UP, Sunkist Soda, Canada Dry, A&W or Sun Drop, 6-Pack or (2) 2-Liter – (cbs.com) Final Price: $0.50

8. Splenda Brown Sugar Blend, 16 oz $3.98, Regular Price Use $2.00/1 Splenda Sugar Blend or Brown Sugar Blend from 4/1 Sunday insert Final Price: $1.98

9. Vlasic Pickle Relish Jar, 10 oz $0.98, Regular Price Use $0.75/1 Vlasic Product from 4/1 Sunday insert Or $1.00/2 Vlasic Product from 4/1 Sunday insert Final Price: $0.23

 

 

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