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$7/1 any BRITA System coupon = as low as $2 at Walmart!

Print a coupon for $7/1 BRITA System. These are sometimes priced as low as $9 each at Walmart, making them only $2 after this high-value coupon!

Thanks, Chi-Town Cheapskate!

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  1. $tephanie says

    I’m just wondering if anyone has been able to use this coupon at Walmart? My local store hassels me about printable coupons, and I think they would probably refuse to accept this one because of the high dollar amount. Lowe’s might be a better bet, anyone know their coupon policy?

    • Angel says

      Yes, Lowe’s accepts ALL manufacturer’s coupons (as long as it’s something they carry), as well as their own coupons. You can even stack the manufacturer’s and Lowe’s coupons, as long as the Lowe’s coupon does not explicitly say “cannot be combined with any other coupons”. They also accept competitor’s coupons (Home Depot and Menards).

      My husband is a Zone Manager (assistant store manager) for a Lowe’s store here in Ohio, and this is what he told me.

  2. $tephanie says

    Has anyone been able to use this coupon at Walmart? My Local store is not very internet printout coupon friendly and I think they would reject this coupon because of the high dollar value. Does anyone know Lowe’s coupon policy?

  3. Tina says

    Lowe’s will take coupons. However, their system will NOT scan them. They will have to have a mgr ring it up manually. Good Luck!

  4. Michelle says

    Thank you, Tina and Angel, for the Lowe’s info. I just stacked this coupon with the $2 Lowe’s coupon and got the Brita slim pitcher ($9.30 at Lowe’s, $14 at Walmart) for a whopping thirty-two cents, including tax. The cashier needed some coaching on the manual entry (only one coupon would scan), and was stunned that I only had to pay thirty-two cents! I told her, “THAT’s why I use coupons!” Thanks for a screaming deal! :)

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