Coupon of the Day – HOT $2/1 Armor All coupon matches Ibotta and rebate = $0.13 items!


Whenever we have a hot new printable coupon, I like to close out the evening with a “Coupon of the Day” post. That way folks have an extra opportunity to see the hot new coupon and print it before it’s gone. Today’s top new coupon was easy to choose. This coupon is actually a few days old, but the hot deal surfaced this morning. Make sure you grab a few prints of this Armor All coupon before it’s gone. Then take them to Walmart and save 98% off the regular price. Here’s the coupon:

$2/1 Armor All Ultra Shine Wash Wipes, Wax Wipes or Ultra Shine Tire & Trim Shine Sponges printable coupon (preclipped)

Now check out these amazing deals over at Walmart…

Get $1.75 cashback from Ibotta when you buy Armor All Ultra Shine Wash Wipes, Wax Wipes or Tire & Trim Shine Sponges @Walmart (limit TWO; exp 10/25)
Get $6 mail-in rebate for buying two Armor All Ultra Shine Wash Wipes, Wax Wipes, Spray Wax or Spray Wash
Use two $2/1 Armor All Ultra Shine Wash Wipes, Wax Wipes or Ultra Shine Tire & Trim Shine Sponges printable coupons (preclipped)
Price at Register: $9.76, but get $3.50 from Ibotta and $6 mail-in rebate
NET PRICE FOR ALL: $0.26 (or 13 cents each!)

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  1. The Frugal Doctor says:

    When I print out two of a specific MFR coupon (on my home printer) and take them to my local Walmart, the Walmart staff say I can only use ONE of the coupons because they say I obviously copied the second paper coupon. They say that both coupons have the SAME “code number.” What can I do to get these Walmart people to accept both of my “downloaded” paper coupons in the same transaction? Thank you.

    • Maureen says:

      Have you been printing coupons for a while or have you just started? I can’t tell from what you wrote if you don’t understand how to get two unique prints of the same coupon or if the Walmart people are confusing the GS1 barcode with the data matrix code.

      These are printables, so there are two “barcodes.” The GS1 barcode is in the lower left-hand corner of the coupon. That barcode contains encoded information about the offer (the item, value, size, etc.). That is the code the cashier scans. The second “barcode” is actually called a data matrix, and it is that box of squiggles in the upper right-hand corner of the coupon with a 16-digit numerical code underneath. The data matrix contains encoded information about your IP address and computer. When a store sends coupons to a coupon fulfillment house, highly sensitive scanners scan both codes and will reject any coupon that does not have a unique data matrix.

      You are allowed two prints of each coupon from (but sometimes only one), and the 16-digit numerical code under the data matrix will be unique on each good print. But to get two unique coupons, you have to clip and print the first one, then go back to the main page to clip and print the second one. Only by going back to the main page to clip the second allowed print will you get two unique codes under the data matrix on each coupon.

      If you clipped the coupon, clicked the “print” button, then increased the number of copies to “2” when your print manager came up, then the 16-digit code under the data matrix will be identical on each coupon. If that is what you did, then the cashier is correct that the second coupon is a copy of the first and the store will not get credit for it.