Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Walmart: FREE Pillsbury Grands Biscuits!

Hillary over at Deal Squirrel just emailed about a great freebie you can score at Walmart! She found Pillsbury Grands Biscuits Jr. Golden Layers Buttermilk biscuits (5 ct) priced at just $0.74! Pair this deal with the $1/1 coupon available here (IE or Firefox) to snag these for FREE + make a quarter in overage!

You can also use the $1/2 Pillsbury Grands coupon from Coupons.com to snag each one for just $0.24! If you only have one computer to access, then you should be able to print a total of 2 $1/1 coupons and 2 $1/2 coupons. So I would suggest buying a total of six packages for $4.44, then use the two $1/1 coupons and two $1/2 coupons. Your final cost for all six--$0.44!

As with all Walmart prices, they may vary from region to region, so let us know if you're able to find these around this price too!

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15 comments:

Anonymous said...

WOW! Not sure if you'll get this post (I don't know your e-mail address).
We went to Walmart today and I snagged 4 Super Slimers (Nickoloden) for $3.25 each!!! WOW!!! They were in the toy department on markdown! I was so excited.
Hope this helps someone else!
Ginger (Virginia)

Autumn said...

My Walmart in Vancouver, WA is selling the grand biscuits for 1.39 but at Albertson, they are having 4 for $5 dollars plus use the $1/1 coupon (4 of them) and its .25 cents each.

Anonymous said...

I went to Walmart and had about 8 coupons for products that would end up being free after the coupon. They refused my coupons and told me they dont give away free groceries... I looked at the coupon policy and cant find a direct answer for this problem. I put back everything they refused to accept the coupon for and left extremely flustered.

Anonymous said...

oh that is so wrong! I had some difficulty at Walmart. They questioned why I had more then 1 internet Q. I told them I have mult. computers and family that print them. They accused me of copying them. I would call there corp office and complain. I told the manager that theirs way too much competition out there to be turning couponers away!! They will start losing business!

Lea Ann said...

At my Walmart in WNY, the 5 pack of biscuits are $1.27.

Anonymous said...

I have found that it is often the cashier who has decided to be the "coupon police" rather than the store itself. I had this one woman who actually, after bagging all my groceries, would go through the bags to make sure everything I gave her a coupon for was actually in the bags and the right size, etc. Doesn't the register catch this? She actually would also look up items so I didn't get overage too which I guess is okay but c'mon, don't you have something better to do---like help all those people in line behind me?

Anonymous said...

These coupons did beeped for my the the cashier at Albies pushed them through

Andrea said...

I try not to have a zero balance or a small $2-3 balance for a ton of stuff. I know it's great getting things this way but if you have a ton of bags sitting there and only a 3.00 balance they are either happy for you or extremely mean. Just a tip so you don't get those evil looks.

Anonymous said...

Andrea, you are so right---and around here it is usually super mean--or just confused. Either way, not good. I'll usually save between $50-$60 a visit BUT my total is usually $60-$70. Also, I do the Meijer self check outs so I can scan my own Qs!

Anonymous said...

I have had cashiers at Walmart and Publix turn down coupons, only to send my husband back later with the same coupons and they always let him use them with no question! It really is frustrating but at least the stores are close to my home!

Anonymous said...

They say the more times you go shopping, the more you spend. I find this to be true, so I go shopping twice a month. Yes, I know... occasionally I will venture out in between for minimal stuff and sales.lol So, the two times a month I do most of my shopping, I go to walmart. I usually save $80 or more with coupons, but the total is still around $80 or more so I don't get usually get too many bad looks. I find that when you only buy the stuff you have coupons for to make them free or really cheap they start getting mean. I had 6 free candles and probably 6 or 7 other freebies mixed in the last time, and no one noticed. You find most cashiers don't want to dig through that many groceries the see if a coupon matches. Oh and the manager this time came over and congradulated me, and actually said please keep using coupons, because the company actually makes money off it. Usually .04 a coupon, and if I used 100 coupons a month that would be $4, and if a million people did that they would make $4 million dollars a month. Try saying that to the next mean cashier, maybe even throw in that it could be their raise. lol

Leslie said...

My local(Bellingham, WA) walmart sells these for $1.68..YIKES!

Sara said...

The top coupon link doesn't work for me. It says there are no more coupons left for this campaign.

Anonymous said...

The Walmart in the Bay Area in CA doesn't have these.

Anonymous said...

The Walmart in the Bay Area in CA doesn't have these.