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.
How Many Coupons can be Used Per Item at Walmart?
This question come up because there are stores that allow you to “stack” coupons, or use multiple kinds of coupons on a single item. Walmart doesn’t allow this and will only allow you to use one coupon per item but there are ways to get multiple discounts on a single item.
1. Price Match
The first discount you can get is to find that product on sale at a local retailer for cheaper than what Walmart sales it for. Walmart will price match that item to the lower price. Here are the price match lists I do every week to help with that and here is a link to Walmart’s coupon and price match policies that you need to be familiar with.
2. Use your Coupon
Once you have price matched an item, then you can use your coupon on top of the already reduced price. Here is a list of printable coupons you can look through.
4. Checkout 51
5. Receipt Hog
This is yet another app you take upload photos of your receipts to in exchange for cash and other prizes. This one has no specific offers and they will reward you for any receipt. Download the app here.
Once you do all that, there is still a possibility that you can get a rebate back on what you bought. Check this list of mail-in rebates to see if you bought something that qualifies.
That is a ton of different ways to save and the best part is that if you bought something that qualifies, you can do each and every one of these on the some product! Of course it has to be a perfect storm to be able to do everything but a few times, we’ve come awful close.