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Walmart 1/4-1/10 Matchups

Posted on Wednesday, January 4th, 2012 at 1:23 pm
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Betty Crocker Fruit Shapes $2.00, Regular Price
Use $0.50/2 – Betty Crocker Fruit Shapes, Fruit by the Foot, Fruit Gushers or Fruit Roll-Ups – (
Final Price: $1.75 each when you buy 2

Campbell’s Healthy Request Soup $1.32, Regular Price
Use $1.00/3 – Campbell’s Healthy Request Soups, Canned or Microwavable – (
Final Price: $0.99

Campbell’s Slow Kettle Style Soup $3.48, Regular Price
Use $1.00/2 – Campbell’s Slow Kettle Style Soup – (
Final Price: $2.98 each when you buy 2

French’s Mustard $2.12, Regular Price
Use $0.30/1 – French’s Mustard – (
Final Price: $1.82

French’s French Fried Onions $2.79, Regular Price
Use $0.30/1 – French’s French Fried Onions – (
Final Price: $2.49

French’s Dijon Mustard $2.12, Regular Price
Use $0.30/1 – French’s Dijon Mustard – (
Final Price: $1.82

Frosted Toast Crunch, 17 oz. $3.28, Regular Price
Use $0.75/1 – Frosted Toast Crunch Cereal – ( zip 77477
Final Price: $2.53

Muir Glen Organic Tomato Paste $0.92, Regular Price
Use $0.75/1 – Muir Glen Product – (
Final price: $0.17

Nestle Nesquik, 16 oz $0.98, Regular Price
Use $1.00/2  – Nesquik Ready-To-Drink Flavored Low-Fat  Milks, 16 oz – (
Final Price: $0.48 each when you buy 2

Play-Doh, 4 pk $2.99, Regular Price
Use B2G1 Free – Play-Doh, 4 pk – ( zip 77380

Final Price: $1.99 each when you buy 3

Pure & Natural Hand Soap $4.50, Regular Price
Use $1.50/1 – Pure & Natural Body Wash or Hand Soap – ( zip 30013
Final Price: $3.00

Roman Meal Bread $2.48, Regular Price
Use $1.00/1 – Roman Meal Bread – (
Final Price: $1.48

Yoplait Greek Yogurt $1.00, Regular Price
Use $0.50/2 – Yoplait Greek Yogurt – (
Final Price: $0.75 each when you buy 2

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