Since starting this blog I have been contacted by readers many times with questions about couponing, Frugal Living, Walmart’s policies and procedures, and various other little things. I figure if one person is wondering about it, there might be others so this will be an on-going feature to answer the most common questions that come up. If you have a question, please check out the master list of Ask A Walmart Expert articles to see if your answer is there already or contact me and I’ll do what I can to help you out.
Ask a Walmart Expert: Will Walmart Ad Match Drug Stores?
A few weeks ago, Walmart announced it would no longer automatically ad match local drug stores with its Savings Catcher app. This has apparently led to some confusion and people are saying Walmart no longer ad matches drug stores at all. This isn’t true.
The Policy is Still the Same
The Walmart Ad Matching policy still includes the line “We will match any local competitor’s advertised price.” This means that if a drug store near you has something on sale for cheaper than the Walmart price, Walmart will ad match it. (They will not match the price after a coupon, RR or ECB.)
You Will Have to Ad Match Manually
All this means is you will now have to ad match those items manually, at the register with the cashier. You can’t just zap your receipt and trust Savings Catcher to handle it. If you are not sure how to ad match, here is a quick explanation or you can take our FREE Online Couponing Class.
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