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Great Walmart Deals!

Posted on Wednesday, September 9th, 2009 at 1:49 pm
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Whether you are heading out to Walmart or conveniently doing your shopping online, I have some great Walmart deals and special offers for you today.

Walmart is offering a bonus $10 egift card with the purchase of select video games including the hot video game The Beatles: Rock Band. If this game or any of the others is on someone’s gift list for the holidays, it might be a good time to get it while supplies are available, and while you can get the bonus gift card. Here is the deal.

While you are on the Walmart site, you might want to go to the Digital Photo Center. If you place a one-hour photo order online, you’ll get a bonus code for a free 8 x 10 photo! The code has to be used on a separate transaction (a future photo order), and you have to place that original order by 9/30 in order to get the code.

The price on the Apple iTouch has dropped down to only $214.99 online at Walmart. Again, this is another great gift idea. You can use the free ship to store option to save on shipping costs.

Now to the actual brick and mortar retail store.

Morton’s Season All is priced at $1.36. has a $1 coupon, making the final price only $.36.

Red Baron Fire Baked Pizza is available for only $3.33. Use the $1 coupon from the 8/2 Sunday insert to score an entire pizza for just $2.33. If you have extra coupons, stock up. This will make great quick meals for kids.

You can get the Airwick Mini with I-motion (sprays when it senses movement in the room) for only $1. Walmart has them on rollback for $5, and you can use the $4 coupon from the Airwick website!

Happy Shopping!

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