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Walmart Coupon Deals: Week of 7/15

We’ve matched some of this Sunday’s coupons with Walmart’s already low prices! Here are the best deals with the highest percentage of savings happening this week at Walmart with the Sunday (7/15) coupon insert.

This week look for a Smart Source (SS 7/15) insert. Don’t forget that you can Ad Match some of the best advertised sales in your area at Walmart!

Exact pricing will vary from store to store. Use the following prices as a reference point and expect to see some variation at your local store.

Glade Expressions Mist Refill, 7 oz $1.98, regular price
Use $2.00/1 Glade Expressions Collection from SS 7/15 (exp 8/4)
Or $1.00/1 – Glade Expressions Refill – (coupons.com)
Final Price: $0.02 Moneymaker

Glade Plugins Scented Oil Warmer $1.38, regular price
Use $1.00/1 Glade Plug-ins Scented Oil Warmer from SS 7/15 (exp 8/25)
Or $1.00/1 – Glade Plugins Scented Oil Warmer or Starter Kit – (coupons.com)
Final Price: $0.38

Starkist Tuna Pouch, 2 oz $1.12, regular price
Use $0.55/1 Starkist Tuna Pouch from SS 7/15 (exp 12/31)
Final Price: $0.57

Gas X, 10 ct $1.98, regular price
Use $1.25/1 Gas-X Product from SS 7/15 (exp 10/13)
Or $1.00/1 – Gas X Product – (bricks.coupons.com)
Final Price: $0.73

Wholly Guacamole Dip, 6 oz $2.48, regular price
Use $1.00/1 Wholly Guacamole product from SS 7/15 (exp 8/15)
Final Price: $1.48

Glade Sense & Spray Refill, 1 ct $2.98, regular price
Use B1G1 Glade Sense & Spray Single Refill, up to $3.99 from SS 7/15 (exp 8/25)
Final Price: $1.49 each, when you buy 2

Mitchum Woman’s Roll On Deodorant, 1.5 oz $2.74, regular price
Use $1.00/1 Mitchum, regular or for women, excludes trial or multipacks from SS 7/15 (exp 8/19)
Or $1.00/1 Mitchum or Mitchum for Women product, excludes trial sizes and multipacks, cannot be used with any other coupon from SS 6/24 (exp 7/29)
Final Price: $1.74

OxiClean Pre-Treater, 31.5 oz $2.77, regular price
Use $2.00/2 Oxi Clean Original, In-Wash Booster, or Pre-Treater Solutions from SS 7/15 (exp 9/30)
Final Price: $1.77 each, when you buy 2

Glade Decor Scents Holder $2.98, regular price
Use $1.00/1 Glade Decor Scents Holder or (2) Refills from SS 7/15 (exp 8/25)
Final Price: $1.98

Glade Plugins Scented Oil Twin Refill $4.88, regular price
Use B1G1 Glade Plug-ins Scented Oil Twin Refill, up to $5.99 from SS 7/15 (exp 8/25)
Final Price: $2.44 each, when you buy 2

Keri Lotion, 15 oz $5.97, regular price
Use $2.00/1 Keri from SS 7/15 (exp 10/31)
Or $2.00/1 – Keri Product – (kerilotion.com)
Final Price: $3.97

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8 thoughts on “Walmart Coupon Deals: Week of 7/15”

  1. Akrantz2008 says:

    For the Starkist Tuna – This Sundays Red Plum has a $1/1 coupon…so only 12 cents each at Walmart of if you use the doubler at Safeway its free!!!  (found in the Oregonian Sunday Paper..may be regional?)

  2. Silvernx211 says:

    Does any one know how much colgate toothpaste is 4oz minumum but the cheapest variety? I have some coupons left after doing the cvs deal, any other colgate sales going on before 7/28? Thanks!

  3. Does anyone know if Walmart sells the zebra pens? It could be priced matched from Staples this week for $1 and there is a $2/1 coupon on allyou.com making it a possible $1 money maker if they do!

    • Mlemoinern says:

      I’ve seen zebra pens at walmart before, in random places like by makeup. Also the app. Google googles allows you to scan picture of item and can tell.you where its sold.

  4. SusanM says:

    You need to look at the weekly ads and matchup the coupons you have to the sales. Also KCL does have food on this site.

  5. Jamie says:

    I love saving money as a Krazy Coupon Lady. I am new to this, and have had some amazing saves. However, my fridge and pantry are going bare because most of the saves I find is on non food items. How do I get my food storage up cheap?

    • Anonymous says:

      Do you have a Publix in your area? They have the most amazing deals with their BOGO sales combined with coupons. I always save at least 50% on my groceries there.

    • Anonymous says:

       The great thing about couponing is the that you can do it gradually, building up your stockpile as you go. Unfortunately, grocery items are more difficult to build up, because they expire and because they are consumable. However, because your non-food items are now well-stocked, you have more money to devote to grocery. I like the idea of approaching grocery shopping with 2 lists: stockpile items (things I don’t necessarily need right now, but know I will and they are cheap with coupons), and “need now” items (like produce, fresh ingredients for meals, and even things I have failed to stockpile adequately). Eventually, if you keep at it consistently, your “need now” list gets smaller. But it does take constant effort and you have to continue to chip away at it! Hope that helps. Be sure to watch our quick video on achieving balanced couponing! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t_qSiLKmuXc&feature=g-user-u