There’s scarcely anything more satisfying than milk and OREO cookies as an after school snack. In fact, they’re good any time of the day or night. We love OREO’s to the point you’ll never see an empty OREO cookie jar around here. When I find them on sale I stock up and save. Right now, you can stock and save as well. How does $1.98 for a pack of OREO cookies sound? Keep reading to see how you can snack and save with OREO at Walmart.
When you head to Walmart to do your holiday shopping, look for the OREO cookie display. On each pack of OREO cookies, you’ll find a saving coupon for $0.50. Look for the green coupon on the top of the pack. You can maximize your savings by combining the instant savings coupon and an Ibotta offer with the IRC found at the OREO pallet display at your local Walmart. Ibotta is a free app that you can use to save on all of your favorite coupons. When you sign up for the first time, you’ll get an extra $10 just for trying Ibotta. With Ibotta, you get cash back on your favorite deals that they tailor just for you. The money is sent to your PayPal account and not accumulated as points as some apps do. Using Ibotta is as easy as 1, 2, 3. Click on any link or image to learn more.
Christmas is on the horizon and the kids are still at the age where they believe in Santa. Every year on Christmas Eve we put out milk and OREO cookies for Santa (because OREO’s are not just milk’s favorite cookies, they’re Santa’s favorite cookies too). The kids dash to the table when they wake up to make sure Santa drank his milk and ate his cookies. That’s their cue to know that Santa brought them presents. That’s when they get really excited and head to the Christmas tree. OREO’s are a part of our Christmas tradition. They’ve been feeding Santa since the beginning of my family. I have no doubt that my kids will carry down the tradition with their kids, and their grand kids as well.
Do you have a favorite tradition that includes OREO’s? I’d love to hear about it. Please share my OREO Walmart savings with your friends and family members.
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