Walmart 1/11-1/17 Matchups
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Walmart 1/11-1/17 Matchups

Posted on Wednesday, January 11th, 2012 at 9:32 am
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Alpo Canned Dog Food $0.68, Regular Price
Use $1.50/10 – Alpo Canned Dog Food, any – (
Final Price: $0.53 each when you buy 10

Carmex Moisture Plus Lip Balm $2.48, Regular Price
Use $0.75/1 – Carmex Moisture Plus Lip Balm – (
Final Price: $1.73

Jenga $7.88, On Rollback
Use $3.00/1 – Hasbro Jenga or Cranium Brain Breaks Game – (
Final Price: $4.88

Hillshire Farm Grilled Essentials $2.21, Rollback Price
Use $1.00/1 – Hillshire Farm Grilled Essentials – (
Final Price: $1.21

Kikkoman Sweet and Sour Mix $0.88, Regular Price
Use $1.00/1 – Kikkoman Product, Any – (
Final Price: Free, Plus $0.12 Moneymaker

Lubriderm Fragrance Free Daily Lotion, 16 oz $6.27, Regular Price
Use $1.00/1 – Lubriderm Product, 16 oz, 13.5 oz or 8 oz, Excludes Trial Size – (
Final Price: $5.27

Nutella Hazelnut Spread with Skim Milk and Cocoa, 13 oz. $3.18, Regular Price
Use $1.00/2 – Nutella Hazelnut Spread, 13 oz jar or larger – (
Final Price: $2.68

One Touch UltraMini Blood Glucose Monitoring System $17.63, Regular Price
Use $10.00/1 – OneTouch Meter – (
Or $10.00/1 – OneTouch Meter – (
Final Price: $7.63

Scotch-Brite Botanical Disinfecting Wipes $1.62, Regular Price
Use B1G1 FREE – Scotch-Brite Botanical Disinfecting Wipes – (
Final Price: $0.81each when you buy 2

Slumdog Millionaire on Blu-Ray $13.00, Regular Price
Use $3.00/1 – Slumdog Millionaire on Blu-Ray – (
Final Price: $10.00

Sunbird Seasoning Packet $0.78, Regular Price
Use $1.00/1 – Sunbird Product – (
Final Price: $0.22 Moneymaker

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