Walmart 1/25-1/31 Matchups
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Walmart 1/25-1/31 Matchups

Posted on Wednesday, January 25th, 2012 at 2:56 pm
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Brawny Big Roll, Single $1.25, Regular Price
Use $1.00/1 – Brawny Paper Towels, Big Roll or Larger Package – (
Final Price: $0.25

Barilla Whole Grain Pasta, 13.25 oz  $0.98, Regular Price
Use $1.00/2 –  Barilla Whole Grain Pasta – (
Final Price: $0.48 each when you buy 2

Delica OneTouch Ultra Mini Glucose Meter $17.63, Regular Price
Use $10.00/1 – Delica OneTouch Meter – (
Final Price: $7.63

Sambazon Organic Smoothie, 10.5 oz $2.68, Regular Price
Use $2.00/1 – Sambazon Organic Amazon Superfood Juice or Smoothie, 10.5 oz or 32 oz – (

Final Price: $0.68

Scotch-Brite Bathroom Solutions Sponge $0.97, Regular Price
Use $1.00/1 – Scotch-Brite Bathroom Solutions Product – (
Final Price: Free plus $0.03 overage

Scotch-Brite Botanical Disinfecting Wipes $2.48, Regular Price
Use B1G1 FREE – Scotch-Brite Botanical Disinfecting Wipes – (
Final Price: $1.24 each when you buy 2

Snapple Tea, 6 pack $4.98, Regular Price
Use $1.00/1 – Snapple Tea or Juice, 6 pack glass – (
Final Price $3.98

SuperPretzel Soft Pretzels $2.33, Regular Price
Use $0.50/1 – SuperPretzel Soft Pretzels – (
Final Price: $1.83

Band-Aid Bandages, Travel Size $0.97, Regular Price
Use $1.00/1 – Band-Aid Adhesive Bandages, any – (
Final Price: Free, Plus $0.03 Overage

Bear Naked Granola, 12 oz $3.18, Regular Price
Use $2.00/1 – Bear Naked Granola – (
Final Price: $1.18

Beech-Nut Homestyle Textures Stage 2 1/2 Baby Food Glass Jars $0.63, Regular Price
Use $1.10/4 – Beech-Nut Homestyle Textures Stage 2 1/2 Baby Food Glass Jars – (
Final Price: $0.36 each when you buy 4

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