Here is the Walmart Ad Match Guarantee.
I have typically had good luck in price matching produce items at Walmart, and 2 liters, 12 packs of soda and a few other items. I have not tried meat items, or many other items. I have price matched Kmart ad coupons, along with CVS and Walgreens sales (no RRs or ECBs), etc. I have price matched buy one get one free, save up to such and such, but caused a headache for cashiers and took forever. I won’t do that price matching again.
“We’re committed to providing low prices every day. On everything. So if you find a lower advertised price on an identical product, tell us and we’ll match it. Right at the register.
We gladly match the price in the following types of ads:*
Buy one, get one free ads with a specified price
Example: Buy one for $2.49, get one free (BOGO)
Competitors’ ads that feature a specific item for a specified price
Preferred shopping card prices for specific items that are in a printed ad
For fresh produce and meat items when the price is offered in the same unit type (lb. for lb.; each for each)
*The following are guidelines and limitations:
We will match any local competitor’s advertised price.
We do not require customers to have the ad with them to honor a competitor’s ad.
Items purchased must be identical to the ad (size, quantity, brand, flavor, color, etc.)
We do not match the price in the following types of competitor ads:
Items that require a separate purchase to get the ad price
example: “Buy [item A] to get [item B] for $C”
Items with no actual price that require a purchase to get free product
example: “Buy both [items A & B] to get [item C] for free”
Items that require a purchase to get a competitors’ gift card
example: “Buy [item A] to get a $B gift card
Buy one, get one free (BOGO) ads with no actual price given
Going out of business or closeout prices
example: “All mascara, 40% off”
Competitors’ private label price promotions
We do not honor:
Ads when the actual price for items cannot be determined
Misprinted ad prices of other retailers
“Going out of business” sales or “closeout” prices”