Walmart New Jersey Coupon Promotion

How did Walmart become the ‘people’s retailer’? Simple. Low prices.

Walmart has successfully convinced shoppers that they have the absolute lowest prices everywhere, so there is never a need to shop anywhere else.

And yes, they are not completely wrong.

Walmart is the closest you can get to a Costco or BJ’s without having to pay a membership fee.

For most items, Walmart’s brand is reasonable and will save you even more money.

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For years, savvy shoppers have taken advantage of Walmart’s already low prices and used coupons to get items for free.

It will be better. Walmart also allowed so-called “overages.”

This means that if a customer finds an item on sale and uses a coupon equal to more than the value of the item, the customer will receive a refund. Crazy, right?

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All good things must come to an end, as they say.

Walmart no longer allows overstock, but that’s not all.

According to Coupons in the News, the giant retailer is cracking down on customers who use coupons in general.

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There’s also a new “limit of 4 identical coupons per household, per day” rule at Walmart.

An internal memo warns that there will be “a hard stop at the checkout” if more than four identical coupons are scanned.

The latter is probably what will upset people the most.

Say goodbye to transfers.

An override in a store occurs when an employee or manager can “override” the cash register and determine the outcome of a transaction.

Walmart’s fancy high-tech registers will now have the final say.

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