Walmart is a national retailer selling everything from clothing to food. While the brand prides itself on offering consumers low prices, people hungry for extra savings like to use coupons when they shop. Walmart provides its own coupons to customers and also accepts manufacturer’s coupons as well as competitor coupons. Get Walmart coupons by printing them off the company’s website, clipping coupons you get in the mail or the newspaper, searching the Internet for printable coupons or redeeming coupons from one of Walmart’s competitors.
Method 1 of 3: Finding Walmart Store Coupons
1. Read Walmart’s coupon policy. The company has a detailed description of which coupons are and are not accepted on their website. It says all print-at-home, manufacturer and competitor coupons are accepted.
- Note that coupons are only accepted for merchandise Walmart sells. You can only use one coupon per item and there must be a printed expiration date. While there is no limit to the amount of coupons used in one transaction, you might need a manager’s approval when you have a lot of them.
2. Visit the Walmart.com website to print out coupons. You can search for coupons by category or by brand and use them when you shop.
- Share the coupons you find on Walmart.com with friends by emailing them. You also have the option to share coupons via Facebook and Twitter. Look for the social networking logos in the bottom right corner of the coupon.