Walmart has recently been advertising their new easier-than-ever price matching policy via national television spots and you will see it advertised throughout the store.
I tested this policy out this weekend, without an ad. My cashier was happy to adjust the price -- no questions asked. I simply told her that the Aldi price on Pineapple was $1.29 this week. (The Walmart price was $2.99). I bought two and saved over 50%.
Until now, I was buying my produce almost 100% from Aldi. I have been completely happy with their produce, but I know many of you don't like shopping at Aldi, and some of you dislike your store's produce quality. The answer for you is to price match Aldi's produce at Walmart.
There are other, less obvious ways to save at Walmart by price matching....
- Price match oil changes
- Price match grocery stores that don't accept printed coupons and use them at Walmart, who does.
- Price match gardening items, flowers and supplies