With the french bread, there was no brand. She almost didn’t let me match it with the Walmart brand of french bread, but I smiled and said please, so she let me.
With the milk, sour cream, and spaghetti sauce, on deals to meals it said “WF” which I believe is Western Family brand. I mentioned this to the lady at the register because she said the brands need to match up. Here’s our conversation went:
I don’t know if that’s actually true, but she said it and I didn’t question her!
See how easy that is?
Once again, check out my “how I grocery shop” page HERE for more FAQ’s on price-matching. Happy shopping!
P.S…a Pinterest follower left me this comment. See my reply below:
Jordan Page – that’s so true! I grew up 85 miles from the nearest mall and Costco, 40 miles from the nearest Walmart (not even a super Walmart). It’s rough. However, the good thing about this method is that you can still use the same methods, but just shop that week at the store with the best deals. Even if you can’t price match EVERY store’s deals at Walmart, you can still be more selective and mindful of what deals are out there each week. By looking at the ads, seeing who has the best “loss leader” items for the week, planning your meals around those items, and stocking up on them, you can still save a ton. Maybe not as much as price-matching, but it’s better than paying full-price!