Walmart Coupon Matchups: Dec 11 - 24
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Walmart Coupon Matchups: Dec 11 – 24

Posted on Monday, December 14th, 2015 at 9:06 am
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walmart logoWelcome to this week’s Walmart Coupon Matchups! Below are the best deals this week but be sure to click the button below to see ALL of this week’s coupon matchups! Be sure to go HERE to see lots of great Unadvertised Deals too.

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Prices may vary by region.
Canned Goods & Soups

Idahoan Steakhouse Potato Soup, 7.1 oz – $2.50
Final Price: $1.75

Libby’s Cut Green Beans, 14.5 oz – $0.50
Final Price: $0.25
Condiments, Spice & Baking

Duncan Hines Comstock Pie Filling, 21 oz – $2.98
Out-of-Pocket Price: $2.65
Final Price: $2.32
Buy 3; Use $1.00/3 Coupon; Includes MobiSave Rebate Savings
Cookies, Snacks & Candy

Reese’s Trees Holiday Candy, 10 oz – $3.24
  • $1.00/2 Hershey’s Kisses, Nuggets or Miniatures, Reese’s, York, Kit Kat or Rolo Candies – 12-6-15 SS; Includes 7.8 oz or Larger Only (exp. 12/25/15)
Final Price: $2.74

International Delight Creamer, 32 oz – $2.98

Includes: Peppermint Mocha, Frosted Sugar Cookie, or White Choocolate Raspberry

  • $0.55/1 International Delight Coffee Creamer – 12-13-15 RP (exp. 01/13/16)
Final Price: $2.43
Frozen Foods

Edwards Creme Pie, 25.5 – 36 oz – $4.98

Includes: Turtle, Key Lime or Hershey’s Chocolate

Out-of-Pocket Price: $4.48
Final Price: $4.23
Buy 1; Use $0.50/1 Coupon; Includes Ibotta Rebate Savings

Sister Schubert’s Rolls, 10 ct 11 oz – $3.00

Includes: Parker House or Yeast

Final Price: $2.00
Personal Care

Amope Pedi Perfect Electronic Foot File – $36.84
Out-of-Pocket Price: $31.84
Final Price: $26.84
Buy 1; Use $5.00/1 Coupon; Includes Ibotta Rebate Savings

Pillsbury Cookie Dough, 16.5 oz – $2.50

Includes: Peanut Butter or Sugar

Final Price: $1.75

Pillsbury Pie Crusts, 2 ct – $2.46
Final Price: $1.96
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