$15 Walmart Canada Gift Card with Pampers Purchase – Updated


$15 Walmart Canada Gift Card with Pampers Purchase

Thanks Lamont for emailing me about this promotion 🙂
Walmart has advertised that if you buy any sized box of Pampers diapers and any sized box of Pampers baby wipes, you can mail in for a free $15.00 Walmart gift card.

I have not personally verified this deal but I know that Walmart and Pampers did indeed have joint promotions last year. If anyone has more details about this new promotion please leave a comment below to let us know.

Update: There is a new promo 🙂

$15 Walmart Canada Gift Card with Pampers Purchase - Updated

Receive a $15 Gift Card by mail when you purchase any Pampers Diapers Box and Pampers Wipes 5 or 6count refill box between February 1 – April 30, 2008
Click here to print the new Walmart-Pampers Coupon


12 responses to “$15 Walmart Canada Gift Card with Pampers Purchase – Updated”

  1. Amy Hoogstad says:

    I believe this is the deal you are talking about. I mailed away for mine already, but I haven’t received it yet. We’ll see!
    Copied from an e-mail from Pampers:
    First, shop for Pampers and Kandoo products at Wal-Mart between November 1, 2007 and January 31, 2008. Save your receipts until they total one of the values below (accumulated receipts accepted). Then, mail them in by February 29, 2008 with the special form available in-store or via download from our site.
    http://walmart.ca/wps-portal/microsite/pampers/index.jsp?lang=&page=bby (edited to add: don’t mind the dates on the form – the form is the exact same as the last time they did this offer and I guess they haven’t updated it)
    You’ll receive your shopping card by mail. You can even redeem more than once!
    Participating products: any size or version of Pampers Baby Dry, Pampers Swaddlers, Cruisers,
    Easy Ups & Feel ‘n Learn, Pampers Baby Wipes, Pampers Splashers, and Kandoo Wipes, Hand Soap,
    Body Wash or Shampoo.
    TOTAL AMOUNT (BEFORE TAXES) DOES NOT HAVE TO BE MADE IN A SINGLE
    PURCHASE. MULTIPLE CASH RECEIPTS TOTALING REQUIRED AMOUNT
    (BEFORE TAXES) WILL BE ACCEPTED.

  2. coolmama says:

    I have personally received 2 $20.00 and 3 $10.00 Gift Cards from these joint Walmart deals. They come in handy and if you have to purchase them anyways it’s a bonus.

  3. Alex says:

    Why is this retailer want people with small children to enter their doors? Simple, because a young family is worth 5 X’s the profit of other families. But be careful. Walmart is smarter than most of their shoppers. Learn about their “Opening Price Point” strategy. This is from a PBS/Frontline website based on the PBS movie Is Wal-Mart Good for America”.
    This is an interview with Jon Lehman who worked for Wal-Mart for 17 years, managing six stores in four different states before he left the company in 2001 to work for a union trying to organize Wal-Mart employees. In this interview, he recounts how he became disillusioned with the company’s focus on profit, and why he feels that the current management has strayed from the principles of Wal-Mart founder Sam Walton. Lehman also describes how Wal-Mart developed its efficient supply chain, how Wal-Mart’s buyers negotiate with manufacturers to drive down costs, and when he first noticed Wal-Mart’s importing low-cost goods from China. This transcript is drawn from two interviews with Lehman, conducted on June 4 and Oct. 7, 2004.

    http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/walmart/interviews/lehman.html

    From this interview:

    … What is the opening price point? Why is it so key to Wal-Mart’s strategy?

    OK, it’s lawn-and-garden time. Your grass is getting high. Your lawn mower is broken from last year, or you need a new lawn mower. You’re going to go to Wal-Mart. So you go to Wal-Mart, and you’re looking for a lawn mower, and to your delight, you walk in, and you see this $99 lawn mower. You may not want a cheap, basic lawn mower, but you see that price point on an end cap or a big display stack base, and you say, “Wow, what a great price.” And it draws you in. It lures you into the department, and you form the perception immediately that “Hey, Wal-Mart’s got the lowest prices in town. Look at this item right here. How could they sell it for $99?” …

    But as you walk into the department and look for that $269 power-drive lawn mower that you really are after, they’re not losing money on that item. And it may not be the lowest price in town. Wal-Mart used to advertise “Always the low price.” They don’t do that anymore.

    Because?

    They got in trouble. Some of the other competitors sued them, tried to go after them and say, “You can’t say ‘Always the low price,’ because you’re not always the low price.” They did a study — a very critical study, very thorough study — and found that Wal-Mart was not always the low price. And Target and Kmart got a little miffed, and some other competitors that [said], “How can Wal-Mart advertise this and it’s not true?”

    So what you’re saying is Wal-Mart, when it says, “Always low prices,” it’s not always the lowest price on every lawn mower or every microwave oven or every vacuum cleaner or every TV set.

    Absolutely not.

    So what does the opening price point mean?

    The opening price point is … to get you in. You look at that, and you think, “Wow, what a great price.” …

    And usually, more times than not, those items are imports. They’re not domestically made; they’re from other countries.

    Why?

    Well, the price of labor is so cheap. In China, Malaysia, Bangladesh, you can make stuff for a fraction of the cost that you can domestically, so that price is the rock-bottom price.

    So are you saying that the opening price is the lowest price and actually will beat the competition, but maybe other items in the same category aren’t necessarily the lowest price?

    Oh, absolutely not. It’s just like fishing: You want to entice that fish to that lure. … Once you walk past that opening price point, they’ve got you, because you’ve already formed the perception that everything in that department is the lowest price in town.

    And maybe it’s not.

    No, it’s not. No, I can tell you it’s not. I can tell you from experience it’s not. …

    To view the whole interview:

  4. ERin says:

    I have found the prices on baby products to be comparable to other stores. The new deal with pampers is buy any size box of diapers and a 5 or 6 pack of pampers refill wipes and receive a $15 gift card. This basically pays for the wipes (including tax);)

  5. Allison says:

    Don’t forget, Walmart will price match. I check the fliers and bring them to Walmart to price match…….

    Also, in regards to the promo. I saw it advertised and it is a new one, beginning Feb 1 and going until April.

  6. jennitilly says:

    Is it just me or does it look like the McDonalds golden arches were somehow snuck into this picture by Walmart?

  7. Boo Radley says:

    jennitilly, good observation lol 🙂

  8. Alice says:

    So you really have to check your prices. You can’t assume that Wal-Mart is the cheapest. Good to know.

  9. Eri says:

    until the 29th, wipes are 9.99 at walmart!

  10. Alex says:

    Consumer satisfaction measured for retailers in the United States. Guess who came in last?

    http://consumerist.com/359148/latest-acsi-survey-is-out-you-really-like-dollar-general

  11. Amanda says:

    Wal-Mart is not the first store to use these kinds of tactics. Personally, I don’t see why people dislike Wal-Mart for being exceptionally smart about business. True, they shouldn’t say that they always have the lowest price because they don’t always. But people shouldn’t just assume that they always have the lowest price just because they say so. You should always, always, compare prices.

    Also, this sounds like a good deal. It’s great that you can get $15 free for buying stuff that you already buy. Personally, I buy Huggies and I get them from Costco, but for anyone that buys Pampers, it’s a great deal.

  12. Alex says:

    The problem with Walmart is that they justify cutting costs at the expense of the greater good of society. This company has presured our jobs to pull up stakes and move to where slave labour wages are paid. These third world countries have questionable labour records and often employ men, women and children.
    Walmart wants us to just see ourselves as consumers.
    The truth is we are citizens, not just consumers.
    Walmart in my opinion doesn’t give a darn about Canada or Canadians other than getting our loonies.

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$15 Walmart Canada Gift Card with Pampers Purchase


$15 Walmart Canada Gift Card with Pampers Purchase


19 responses to “$15 Walmart Canada Gift Card with Pampers Purchase”

  1. Alex says:

    From the NY Times:
    http://www.nytimes.com/2008/03/31/business/media/31walmart.html?_r=2&oref=slogin&oref=slogin

    Wal-Mart Savings Ads Assailed

    By MICHAEL BARBARO
    Published: March 31, 2008
    One commercial features a family embarking on a long overdue vacation. Another depicts a father and son preparing to buy a used car. In both, Wal-Mart shopping bags are visible in their cars.

    Times Topics: Wal-Mart Stores Inc.Wal-Mart, the ads claim, saves the average family $2,500 a year. The implication seems clear: shop at Wal-Mart, save money, and you can afford to splurge.

    But it turns out you save $2,500 even if you never step foot inside a Wal-Mart.

    The figure represents the company’s calculation of its overall impact on an American household, not the average savings for Wal-Mart shoppers, and this has led an influential watchdog group to recommend that the campaign be fixed or halted.

    On Monday, the National Advertising Division of the Council of Better Business Bureaus will announce its finding that the “implied claim” in the ads — that families shopping at Wal-Mart will save $2,500 a year more than those that shop at other big stores — is misleading.

    It is a message “for which the advertiser provided no support and, in fact, conceded that there was none,” the group says.

    The claim of saving $2,500 dates to 2005, when Wal-Mart, under mounting criticism from unions and elected leaders over its business practices, commissioned a study of its economic impact on Americans.

    An outside firm, paid by Wal-Mart, found that the company’s emphasis on low prices led to a 3 percent decline in overall consumer prices. That translated into $287 billion in savings in 2006, or $2,500 a household, whether a family shops at Wal-Mart or a competitor, according to the study.

    The watchdog group had no quibble with what it called the “express claim” of Wal-Mart’s ad — that it saves American families $2,500 a year. “The advertiser has provided adequate support for its intended message,” according to the report.

    But the group found that the ads — which imply that savings from Wal-Mart allowed the families to take the vacation and buy the car — could lead consumers “to quite reasonably take away the message that families that shop at Wal-Mart will save $2,500 per year more than families that shop at other stores.”

    Wal-Mart said it was “surprised” by that inference. “It was not the intended message, nor was it a reasonable interpretation,” it told the group, according to the report.

    Nevertheless, Wal-Mart said in a statement to the group that it “would be proud” to take the recommendation into account in its advertising, “ensuring that the positive impact we have for all American families is even more explicit.” MICHAEL BARBARO

  2. Diana says:

    if I bought two boxes of wipes and diapers on two separate receipts Do i have to mail them in separate envelopes? There’s no details anywhere

  3. Suzanna says:

    I love Pampers products, and I buy them from Walmart, where I do the bulk of my shopping for everything. No, Walmart does not always have the lowest price on each product in the store, but they have the lowest prices on ALOT of them! I love the gift card deals, because its a product I already buy, so its a little freebie for my young family. I don’t think there’s anything sinister and sneaky about a deal like this, being a marketing ploy, etc etc…I look at it simply as a little bit of good. I spend enough money there every year!!!!!! It’s nice to have a teeny bit back.

    cheers! 😀

  4. nitu says:

    i have already recieved two $15 coupons for this a week back

  5. consumatrix says:

    This is a renewed offer that begins April 21, 2008 and ends July 31, 2008 now. Same coupon, same conditions, different dates.

    I’ve sent in for the rebate and will let you know if I get it and how quickly.

    It is a good deal, for sure, given that you can also catch the diapers on sale sometimes too and still get the rebate.

  6. Alex says:

    From CNN.com

    Report alleges abuse in Asia shrimp

    WASHINGTON (CNN) — Workers in Southeast Asia’s shrimp industry suffer regular abuse and sometimes live in what amounts to virtual slavery, a human-rights organization said Wednesday.

    Sexual and physical abuse, debt bondage, child labor and unsafe working conditions are common in Thailand and Bangladesh’s shrimp processing factories, the Solidarity Center said in a 40-page report.

    To read the article click below:
    http://edition.cnn.com/2008/WORLD/asiapcf/04/23/shrimp.workers.report/?imw=Y&iref=mpstoryemail

  7. consumatrix says:

    This is now good until July 31, 2008. Yaay!

  8. GottaLove Freeebies says:

    I have received 2 $15 gift cards for the current promotion already, and used them to buy another case of each to send away again! Great deal I think!

  9. Coco says:

    anyone receive their $15 gift card in the mail yet???

    anyways…they still have the promotion going…between april 21 to july 31, 2008, when you purchase any Pampers Diapers box AND any Pampers Wipes 5,6 or 7 count refill box you can get $15 gift card by mail

  10. Coco says:

    anyone receive their $15 gift card yet???

  11. Elly says:

    I still have not received anything back yet for this promo and it has been over 10 weeks that I mailed it in. Why can’t the gift cards be processed on-site-especially if the purchase requirements are met during one shopping trip?

  12. Ronak says:

    It’s about 15$ wal-mart pampers gift cards.I’ve sent more than 10 receipt, but just recieved 2 gift cards.

  13. Adams joe says:

    Hi Sir,
    Am Mr Adams and i will like to order some pampers from your shop to a newly built Orphanage Home.I will appreciate if you can email me with the types and prizes you have in stock as well as the method of payment you accept so i can know the quantity to order.Thank you.

    Best Regards,
    Mr Adams

  14. austin wells says:

    This is a cool post about coupons and there prices.
    Thanks for such an informative post.

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