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As an “extreme” coupon shopper, it’s always handy to have the official corporate coupon policy for any store you shop at – especially to score freebies. While you and I both know it’s all legit, many cashiers and even sometimes store managers just assume that getting something for free is somehow “not kosher” and will try to give you a hard time about it.
Many times they just aren’t aware of their own store’s coupon policy. So to keep your sanity, here is Walmart’s Official Corporate Coupon Policy. Print it out and keep it in your coupon book “just in case”!
For your reference, I’ve included the policy below. But for purposes of printing, I would print the one on the Walmart site (link above) so that it is more “official” when presented :)
Walmart Coupon Policy
Walmart accepts the following types of coupons (see guidelines below):
- Manufacturer coupons (Cents Off)
- Free merchandise (or manufacturer’s Buy-One-Get-One-Free) coupons
- Store coupons
- Pharmacy (Advertising and Promotional) coupons
- Internet coupons
- Soft drink container caps
The following are guidelines and limits:
- Walmart only accepts coupons for merchandise we sell and only when presented at the time of purchase.
- Coupons should have an expiration date and be presented within the valid dates. Walmart will not accept expired coupons.
- Internet coupons should be legible and say “Manufacturer Coupon.” There should be a valid remit address for the manufacturer and a scannable bar code.
- Only one coupon per item is permitted.
- Use of 40 or more coupons per transaction will require approval by Customer Service Manager.