While in MO, a lady was checking out in front of us at Walmart and she had little sticky notes on things . . a pineapple for .99, Betty Crocker brownie mix for $1.00. I asked her what she was doing and she told us all about Price Matcherz and how it works and how it saves her on groceries.
Missouri has a lot of locations listed. Some states have no listings. There’s not one for my town but other towns in Texas have listings for all our stores – Kroger, United, Brookshire’s, Aldi, CVS and Walgreen’s, so I’m sure I can make it work.
Nicole printed off the list for her area, we made notes and put little sticky strips beside the items we wanted to price match at Walmart.
On the list, some even point out where there are extra savings by using coupons and have links to coupons so we printed those too.
Once we were shopping, we peeled of the sticky strips and placed them on the items so we could let the checker know which items we were price matching and how much they should be.
It takes a little time but we saved quite a bit. The checker was fine with it all and didn’t question anything but we kept our printed sheet with us in case she had any questions.