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Showing posts with label publix shop. Show all posts

My Publix Trip - Saved 92%, Spent $8.74, Saved $106

I haven't posted for a while but plan to get back at it and bring Frugalapolis back to life. I've still been couponing and saving money on groceries and household supplies. Of course with the changes in policies the last few years it is harder to find the deals, and then even harder to find the products in the store, but its still worth it.

My expectations have changed and my goal is simply to save as much as I can, rather than just get free stuff. My stockpile room has overflowing shelves and some of the foods I know I just will not get to before I decide I need to just toss it. As a former food scientist, I know that expiration dates are simply a suggestion and manufacturers use the date to rotate stock and try to ensure freshness. However, shelf stable products that have been stored at ambient temperature are good for many years, despite the expiration date. Anyway, I've been trying to scale back my stockpile and its really difficult. My three freezers are bursting and I have to pass many frozen foods deals because I don't have room.

So, onto this shop. I think this is a good sale week so I stocked up on a lot of dairy products. The unique thing I noticed about my coupons this week is that they were all printables. I think that's a good thing, since here in Tampa we don't get the Red Plum in our Sunday papers and getting multiples takes a bit more work from gathering from friends and neighbors.

The pork sausage rolls were a money maker with the raincheck from Thanksgiving time, and the International Delight creamer is a money maker. This helped offset the cost of the Kraft Cheese which is a good deal, but cheese is still expensive. I didn't read the TGIF coupon closely and the 1/1 mq from is only good on 10oz or larger, so I had to pull out the $1.50/3 mq print from that was good on any size to get the smaller potato skins snacks. I would have saved a couple more dollars by getting 6 larger size boxes and using all $1/1 mqs (it would  have been $0.39 for all 6 boxes). I also didn't have any $5 off basket coupons, deciding against using the $10 off Visa coupon in the ad this week because they're a hassle to use. So, in the end my total was $8.74, and I saved 92% which was $106.39. I paid using the $100 GC I won recently from a texting sweepstakes with Publix and Kelloggs.

Happy Shopping!

My Publix Trip Spent $6, Saved $78.35

 Well our shopping has changed since the end of Winn Dixie $5 off $30 coupons. Occasionally there are other competitors or gas card deals ($10 off $50) or even Publix coupons in the paper, but generally we've been eating more off our stockpile. For our produce, which is expensive at Publix we shop at Save-A-Lot. We can get a 4 lb bag of navel oranges for $2.99, when the same 8 oranges at Publix would be more than double that. So, we go to the store a lot less; one trip to SaveALot and one trip to Publix. I also have to watch the ads for Winn Dixie and Aldi to see if there is any produce deal we need. It costs about $6 a week to get lettuce and stuff for our salads.

This trip was about usual, spending a little more than $5. Our goal now this year is to spend $100 a month to feed the two of us. This trip was all coupon stuff, the craisins were free, and the vitamins and buddig meats were moneymakers. I did another similar shop with vitamin A which is cheaper than Folic, and the same basket of stuff cost me $2.48. The bacon was a good deal ($1 each) because we used the Publix coupon from last weekends paper for $2 off $8 of meat, and also some $2 off pork coupons we picked up at the state fair in the Florida Living Building at the Iowa Corn booth. In the end it cost $6, and we saved $78.35 - a 92% savings.

Here is the breakdown:

My Publix Trip - Gas Card Deal, Saved $130

So, I think I like the new coupon policy. I actually found some eye drops and vita melts on the shelf at #Publix today. I actually thought this weeks sale had a lot of stuff I needed to get and managed to get my order up without too many fillers, so I could get a gas card. But then after throwing in ground pork and buns to make Manwiches this weekend, my order got even  bigger so I got TWO gas cards. The cashier didn't say anything, but I'm not sure if that's allowed to do multiple gas cards per order. But we're in the grace period another week so its cool. Another cool thing, was I didn't need numbers which hardly ever happens, especially since I stacked store and manufacturer coupons on almost all my deals.

In the end, I spent $101, and my receipt tells me I saved $130. We walked out of there with two $50 gas cards and our pile of groceries was essentially free after the coupons. In the old days, I would have expected to make a profit off the gas card deal but now I'm fine with paying for the gas card and getting my food for free. Life is really going to change with couponing after all my WD $5 off $30 expire at the end of the year. Besides the cutback in Redplum coupons in Tampa, and then no WD, and the tighter coupon policies, I'm sure my grocery budget will need to be adjusted.

But couponing will always be worth it.

Here is the spreadsheet EXCEL file if you would like to use it for your coupon shops too.

My Publix Shop - Paid $2, Saved $122

I was really excited to see the Al Fresco chicken sausages were on an unadvertised sale for $2.50 each because I had printed some coupons from an email survey last month and had only a few weeks left until they expired. I also wanted to get some of the vitamins for a filler to get my order up to $50 to use the Whole Foods $10 off $50 printable coupon before it expires 9/30/14.The other items, coffee, creamer and eggs are items we go through a lot and my stockpile is in need of more supplies.

I attended a blog conference FlBlogCon14 in Winter Park, FL last weekend and one of the sponsors was Florida Dairy and they had a promo where they gave free product coupons to the bloggers. Anyway, it was a good conference for being close to Tampa, and I've attended for three years now. I'm going to try to really give it an effort to blog more again and keep this place alive a little. I haven't really figured out what I want my voice to be about, but I know I don't have the time to be a deal blogger, or the inclination.

So, Publix is going to announce a new coupon policy next month that shouldn't affect us regular couponers too much but be aware of changes coming your way.

This shop was actually two separate shops with a $10/$50 and then another transaction $5/$30 (which won't be allowed starting in October - only one dollar off order coupon per household per day). I combined them for the breakdown. I spent $2.12 all together, and saved $122.25, for a 98% savings.

My Publix Shop - Paid $0.34 plus tax, Saved $75.32

publix shop 06/12/14

I haven't posted a Publix shop for a long time, but that doesn't mean I haven't been couponing and shopping. I guess other things are keeping me busy besides this blog so it's going to be a little sparse for a while.

As usual, things are always changing with the coupon world - mergers, new limits, new policies, new scams and new couponers. There seem to be a ton more people couponing and I have joined some facebook groups to keep up with all the deals. There are a lot of newbies who don't know any better and abuse coupons. There are a bunch of old timers who know the nuances of couponing and have their contacts so they can pair up and abuse the system. The stores are getting smarter and trying to stay one step ahead of the scammers. Everyone is pushing the limits to see what they can get by with. Everyone has a favorite store, a favorite cashier and a coupon connection to get what they need. If you don't, you're left in the dust of the empty shelves with no product. It always has been a little complicated and not for everyone, it takes a lot of time and organization and effort. You can not shop once a week or less and hope to be a successful couponer. I guess I'm getting a burned out after doing it steady for over five years.

Anyway, here's my first shop of this weeks sale. I'll be going back to use some more of the $5 off $15 personal care target coupons. There is also a new Target coupon coming out Sunday for $10 off $40 pet care items (dog/cat food treats litter) that I'll combine with the BOGO Beneful dog food deal, and some rainchecks I have for Temptations and  Dentastix for pet treats. I used a raincheck for the Fresh Express lettuce even though it is BOGO again this week, I wanted to use my expired $2/1 coupons. I used some tearpad coupons for the Muller yogurt and a blinkie, combined with the stocking spree yogurt LU#. I'm lucky that this one store only requires you to show them a publix coupon with LU# and they will enter it multiple times and let you keep it. This prevents people from taking all the publix coupon booklets to get multiples, you only need one. Ask your store if they would do that, it is really handy. The other personal care deals were in the Purple Advantage Flyer. When I look at the breakdown, the degree isn't really that great a deal after you figure in tax, so I probably won't do that one again.

There also is the gas card deal ($10 off $50 Gas card wyb $50 in product), but we really stocked up last time and have over $1000 in gas cards on hand, so we'll skip it this time. In the end I spent $0.34 on product, add $2.19 in taxes and the total paid was $2.53, savings of $75.32.

My Publix Trip - Paid twenty cents

This week Publix had a couple good deals so I printed some coupons and got a few BOGO deals. I couldn't believe my store wasn't wiped clean and I was able to get all the items I sought. The Beneful is a nice product because the small 3 oz serving of wet food is all my dog needs on top of her kibble and she'll eat the whole bowl. Being a senior dog and light eater, she often goes more than a day without eating. I think its a game to get the wet food from me, but since she's a thin dog the wet food isn't a problem.

I also like the fish and we eat it a couple times a week. The Publix coupon is no longer available to print, but you can try to find the Family Savings booklet in the store. There are several other good BOGO coupons still available to print at . Ok, back to the fish. Even though its not the recommended preparation instructions to microwave that's what I do. I cook the 2 filets in the 1000 watt microwave for 6 minutes, then again on the grill setting for 4 minutes. They come out perfect.

So, this week I had two orders to maximize use of the $5 off $30 Winn Dixie coupon. Did you hear that in Tampa, Winn Dixie will take competitor coupons now? That is awesome. Actually, I noticed I through in the picture my cantaloupe and lettuce from a third order I did for my raincheck on Powerade, so those items aren't in my spreadsheet above. Anyway, I spent twenty cents (0.20) and saved $124.56, for close to 100% savings. Here is link to spreadsheet if you want

My Publix Trip - Got Paid

In Tampa this store is not accepting the TQ $20/50 so I aborted that idea. I just got a few items to get my order to $30 and use up my Sweetbay produce and meat coupons. I'm excited to make some slow cooker pork chops this weekend. The Stacys bake shop chips are hard to find, look in the deli area. Take a picture of the BOGO sign so you can get a raincheck and continue to get items next week. I got paid less than a dollar and saved over $70, over 100% savings.

My Publix trip - Rainchecks Make It Happen

This is actually the combined total of 4 transactions at two stores since most Publix in Tampa have the usual limits on coupons. Two of the transactions were simply to use the  $2/2 PQs- 6 muller yogurts paid a dollar, and the Pam cooking spray plus two travel size dressings paid $0.68.

I lucked out and found razors at both stores to use my raincheck. I had them rewrite it for remaining content when I only got partial quantities. I also used my Naturally Fresh raincheck since it expires soon. These both gave a lot of overage which I spent on socks, water and pottery my husband wanted. We still got paid, even though I just figured out the cashier missed 3 coupons for $4. My fault for talking to the curious lady behind me and not paying full attention to the checkout.

In total we saved $218, and got paid $2.41 (should have been -$6.40). See breakout Iin the chart below.

My Publix Trip - Spent $0.64, Saved $111, plus got a $5 GC


Today, I went out despite the cold and rain. What miserable weather, but you gotta shop. I was pleased to see the Colgate is still $1.99, so I did another deal with the $5 GC. The truck must have unloaded the Kids Boost and the EmergenC so I used my raincheck and got my order up so much that I split it into two transactions. The Tampa Palms store told me they have a new rule where you can only use 1 $/$$ (Winn Dixie) coupon per person per day, so essentially more splitting up transactions unless you have more people with you. So, overall it was a good shop - I spent $0.64 total, and got a $5 GC, plus saved $111 on my groceries.

My Publix Shop Made Money Today

After such a disappointing time last week with empty shelves of all the moneymakers (razors, emergen C), I was pleased to find the light bulbs and Naturally Fresh Dressing, and plenty of Colgate Max Fresh toothpaste to put together a couple transactions today. One of the most helpful sources of finding the deals I've found lately is the Facebook group "Couponing at Publix". Join and have fun sharing your deals! It is managed by another blogger but the people are nice and supportive and there is less of the craziness that you get in open forums.

Anyway, the best deal is an unadvertised deal using the Naturally Fresh dressing bogo MQ which is on the main page of the website, and it stacks with the $1/1 PQ in the Gameday flyer that is still available in stores and to print. If they are out of dressing and you need to get a rain check, I would take a picture of the sign and show it to customer service because they won't find it in the ad and may balk at a rain check without the proof. Also, the cashiers are totally confused by the colgate GC deal so it helps to explain it to them instead of having them stare at it for 10 minutes and then decide to ask someone how to do the deal. I split up the Colgate into 2 orders of 5 each so I could use 1 printable and 4 insert coupons since there is a limit of 4 like coupons for the Colgate.

So today, I spent $0.84 cents, got $10 in gift cards and saved $128.

Good Luck to you shopping this week!


My Publix Trip - Saved 96%

Finally, I found a Publix that had a few razors and some EmergenC to get some overage and use it toward fixins for pot roast. I had the HBA gal dig through the totes that just got delivered so I could get a few of those items. They also had the Green Giant Veggie tortilla chips that are really good, they aren't as salty as the BBQ and Sea Salt flavors. To get my order amount high enough, I used a rain check for the OM Shaved Ham. Another good deal this week with the new grocery flyer is the Muller yogurt, only $0.17 each when you use the new PQ in the purple flyer and the MQ from the 1-05RP.

I'm not really liking the store manager switchero that Publix has done in the last week. Today, the cashier tried to tell me I couldn't use my expired purple flyer PQ on the razors even though I used a raincheck. This required a call over of the new manager. Fortunately he was informed enough that he knew the policy allowed this coupon, but I had it pulled up on my smartphone anyway. It was a frustrating experience after spending a lot of time and effort to get such a good shop. Anyway, my husband shushed me and we finished our transactions (I spent $30 in one to use a WD, and then a WD + PQ in the remainder) and ended up spending $5.71, and saving over $151, a 96% savings.

My Publix Trip - Saved $98.64, Spent $2.07

There are a ton of great stockup deals going on at Publix this year, and it seems like everyone is going into a frenzy to get the moneymakers. But I think its unnecessary, because really do you need all that stuff? Sure, we all have people we donate to; but do they appreciate it as much as a couponer who has done her homework, gathered and cut coupons and gone to the store - only to find the shelves empty? We are fortunate there are a bunch of freebies and cheap products this week, but please be considerate and make a special order if you want more than a reasonable amount.

Anyway, the snapware was gone so I got a raincheck, but surprisingly there were plenty of OM Shaved meat packages, and the vitamins too. I actually did two shops so I could maximize my Winn Dixie coupons, so each pile is an order. Together I spent $2.07, and saved $98.64.

My Publix Trip - Saved $91.86

I've been staying out of the store since I ran out of Winn Dixie $5 off $30 coupons in hopes that the new ones I ordered will be here any day now. There aren't that many great deals but I wanted to see if there was any Emergen C (free with coupons) to use a filler to get my order up, and to see if Sundown vitamins are on sale (they are $2.67 for Vit D). I didn't have my sundown coupons so I couldn't get any today.

So the only overage I had to work with was the $10 off $50 gas card. I forgot to see if the Ronzoni pasta that is covered by coupons is on sale but I'll probably print some of those too for next time. Anyway, I used up my Sabra raincheck, now I'm all out of tricks in my hat to bring up my order until they have some good sales.

Today I ended spending $51.24 for a $50 gas card and groceries (really, only $1.24 on groceries) and saved $91.86.

My Publix Trip - Free Groceries w Gas Card Deal

I'm still not in the writing groove and don't really feel the inspiration to write some thoughtful blog posts. We've had a busy holiday week with several parties and events, and now it's time to figure out what we spent in 2013 and how the budgets all worked out. We had a pretty good year couponing, but not nearly as good as the past couple years - we've spent the same OOP but yielded less savings and product purchased. But its comforting to know coupons still save us money and the time and effort is worth investing in.
Anyway, onto my shop. We paid $48 for a $50 gas card and got all our groceries for free essentially (savings over $90). If you don't go shopping soon, you're going to find empty shelves for the Angel Soft TP, the Velveeta cheese,  Fresh Express Ceasar Kits and the Beneful dog treats. The shelves at one store were all empty of these items, and we just turned around and left. The Beneful dog treats are a money maker (-1.71 per pair) and the cheese is free with the family celebrations coupon ( ), and the Fresh Express lettuce is free with coupons ( It was also the last day to use the Hallmark bogo PQ's to give some overage on the Valentines .99 cards.

My Publix Trip - Paid $1.57

If you've been following for a few weeks you know I've been in Minnesota being caregiver for a family member. Well, I'm proud to say the patient is on track to being healthy and well by following doctors orders and medications, getting some daily exercise (a walk), eating right (no sweets or caffeine at night), and getting regular sleep with no naps.

But, I'm most glad to be back and able to finally use some of the new coupons from Publix. I had DH print off some of the Family Celebrations coupons and continue getting the All the Trimmings and Winter Savings Booklets from the store each trip. I also have some of the Beneful dog treats rainchecks that will expire in the middle of December that I'm anxious to use. There are new printables for the Baked Delight snacks and the Happy Smile snacks to stack with the PQ BOGO so the overage is great.

Anyway, after going to three different stores I finally found some dog treats at one. The shelves are cleared of these treats, so if you need to get some don't wait til the last day of your raincheck. I'm thinking I'll have to get my rainchecks extended if the product continues to be out of stock all week. Here's my shop, where I also got a $50 Visa gift card and my cashier let me just use two of the Winn Dixie coupons rather than making me split my order into two transactions. There was quite a bit of overage from the dog treats too covering the beer and paper plates we got. So essentially, we paid $1.57 for our groceries, and saved $84.49.


Men Can Coupon Too

I'm still up North being caregiver for a family member. The weather up here in MN is brutal, can't say I'd recommend it. I'm trying to be tough and have managed an hour of outdoor walking everyday for my exercise. I miss riding my bicycle and my hot tub, even though I hear the weather is warm and dry in Florida.
I've been shopping up here and I have to tell you people in Florida, we are very lucky with Publix and the generous coupon policy allowing a manufacturer coupon on the free item of a BOGO, plus the use of competitor coupons, and no minimum amount required to use coupons. I did a big shop at Rainbow here in MN and they have double coupons of up to 5 coupons if you spend at least $25, and you can stack with their store coupon and use expired coupons up to 30 days. I had a handful of coupons and it still didn't do much to help savings. We spent $118, and saved $60 (40 was store sales, 20 in coupons) for a 33% savings. With low savings like that it is going to be hard or impossible to convince my family up here to coupon.
Oh well, Publix is still great. Even DH can save money. He has done four shops with my input over Skype, and saved $342, spent $25.62 for a 93% savings this week.

 Saved $176.07, Spent $17.00 
 Saved $63.12, Spent $1.37
 Saved $53.58, Spent $6.55
Saved $49.99, spent $0.70
(There is a great deal on Duracell batteries this week using the Publix $1.50/1 coupon in the All the trimmings booklet + $3/2 MQ from 11-24RP. )

My Moneymaker Publix Trip - They Paid Me and I Saved $130!

Made $8, Saved $129 (107%)

Finally a nice Publix trip that turned out better than I expected. I thought for sure all the Beneful treats would be gone but there were 5 of each left and I have to admit I took 4 of each. I was planning on holding out for the Beneful coupon that will be in the 11/17 SS insert, but I'm glad I didn't because the Tampa inserts that came in the free Spanish newspaper this morning had a $2 off dog food coupon instead of the BOGO dog treat coupon I was expecting to get. This would have made a good moneymaker deal into a great moneymaker deal with both a MQ BOGO and a PQ BOGO coupon on top of a BOGO sale. Whew, that's a lot of sales to stack and figure.

I happened to ask at Customer Service if they had the new All the Trimmings booklets and they had hundreds of them behind the counter. They don't plan to put them out, everyone must ask and they are giving out 4 per person at this store. Another note about this trip that makes it great is this store takes MQ's up to 30 days expired. This made a deal on the McCormick spices with the new PQ in the All the Trimmings book, black pepper was even a moneymaker. It also made the Oberto Beef Jerky free with the BOGO MQ printable that expired for me in October. I always keep my coupons up to 30 days past expiration and check the coupon databases using the expired filter so I can take advantage of this.

I did split my order into two transactions to be able to use two of the $5 off $30 Winn Dixie coupons. I wish Publix would allow the use multiples in one order because splitting is a pain. But I just don't even try to calculate the separate orders now, I just cut it off at $30 and if there's overage they can pay me. Then I just use what I got paid to pay for the next transaction if I have to. Last night I got paid on both transactions so that was nice, $5 of it was just from splitting the orders and being able to use another WD coupon. For my combined shopping experience they paid me $8, and I saved $129.83 for a 107% savings rate.

Tomorrow, I'm having to travel to MN to be a caregiver for a family member for a month and I'll be trying to coordinate some semblance of couponing for DH while I'm gone. He always shops with me and should be able to do this fairly well, but he's of course nervous that he can't do it. If he does any good shops I'll post them. I also am taking this opportunity to train my family to coupon in MN. I started them a newspaper subscription and have started following Pocket Your Dollars for the matchups there. Hopefully, I can help them lower their shopping costs even though they have me as an extra mouth to feed and take care of. And of course they use a whole bunch of other products that I would not normally buy here, but I know they use regularly. Maybe I'll post a shopping trip from up there to show everyone in Florida how lucky we are with Publix and the great coupon policy they have.

My Publix Trip 11/07/13

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This week's Publix trip was spendy, due to the case of beer DH wanted. I usually make him pay cash, but I burned through a gift card instead. I used my Fresh Express raincheck on the last day so I could use my expired Safeway coupons, plus we got all the other salad fixins. I also picked up 10 of the cookie mixes that are BOGO, I hope they are good.

Again, there was not enough product to do the Dove styler deal, so I've missed that this month. It seems like every Purple and Green flyer, there is never enough product to even get the deals. I think it might be time to call Corporate and ask them to give out rainchecks for the flyer deals with coupons when they are consistently out of stock for the entire ad period.

So this shop I spent $18.44 (on beer), and saved $64.57 (77% savings).

My Publix Trip - Real Life Eating

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Publix Shop Spent $12, Saved $92
I was disappointed to find there were no Dove Stylers because of the stacking MQ + PQ deal, but I'm not surprised. I don't really expect to find any throughout the sale which ends on the 8th of November. I did bring along my expired coupons because this store accepts manufacture coupons up to 30 days expired, so I was able to get a good deal on the Muller yogurt and the Yakisoba noodles. Most of the overage from the Winn Dixie coupon went toward Tostitos which we have been wanting for a while, and this is the first sale.

I split my orders to use an extra $5 off $30 Winn Dixie, but my second order was pretty big OOP. I really have been wanting some glass bowls with lids so I thought I'd get some of the snapware using my expired coupons. I think I'm going to be disappointed that the lids don't really click on very snug though, and may return them.

Got the picture set up late since we just ran quick to the store before going out for Halloween. There were a lot a things in this trip that we use regularly and just don't have great deals so it cost a little more. Anyway, this shop was kind of expensive for us, but we've had a few promotions lately and got Publix gift cards, so we used those. In trip one, I spent $1.84, saved 37.70 (96% savings), and trip 2 spent $10.22, saved $53.99 (84.85% savings).

I'm excited to say I also received my pink P&G pancake cookware set today! I also got my own URL, so follow me there!


My Walmart Publix BOGO Chicken Price Match Trip

Wow. What an experience. I probably wouldn't normally recommend anyone shop at Wal-Mart to get a deal if it wasn't such a good deal. This week (10/17/13 - 10/23/13) Publix has boneless, skinless chicken breasts on BOGO for $4.69/lb. But Wal-Mart has the same boneless, skinless chicken breasts for $1.99/lb. And they will price match BOGO deals in Florida, so I thought I would give it a try.

We found nice big 5 lb packages that ranged in price from nine to ten dollars per pack. Wal-Mart lets  you do two deals per BOGO, so me and DH each got 4 packs of chicken. The thing to keep in mind is that they will charge you for the two most expensive packages and then you get the two cheaper ones for free. I thought they would pair the ten dollar packs BOGO, and then pair the nine dollar packs BOGO, but no they didn't.

Before we even went on this shopping odessy, I called the store and got put on hold four different calls. Finally, I talked to a manager and they said yes they would do the deal, just bring in the ad. So we went prepared for an easy deal. But no. It doesn't work that way at Wal-Mart. And don't bother to call Corporate (479-273-4000 ask for priority assistance to get customer assistance immediately) because the person on the phone will say that the manager can decide to do anything they want. So we knew we didn't have an ally in Corporate (the total opposite of Publix), so we resorted to being really nice and patient.

Our cashier was nice and competent, except the computer doesn't know how to ring up free BOGO meat, or variable price packages. So she went to get help. And more help. It took about 5 Wal-Mart supervisors and managers to void about a dozen tries before they finally did it the "old way" - whatever that way is. So thirty minutes later, with salmonella growing on our warm chicken we finally walked away with 38 lbs of chicken for $38, for a final cost of $1/lb. The same amount of chicken would have cost $89 at Publix on BOGO.

In the end, I'm glad I got my chicken. I paid half of what it would have cost me at Zaycon. But it took a lot of time and patience. Wal-Mart is going to have to work on this. I think an email to will be necessary to let then know how frustrating this experience was.

So, if you're feeling brave and want to try this deal, I recommend calling ahead and getting the managers name and approval for the deal. And be prepared to wait while they figure it out.

Good Luck