It is unusual for mfg oil coupons to be accepted at Wal Mart since they are generally the lowest priced (compared to the big auto part chains) on a day to day basis, imo.
errr... what? Walmart shouldn't' care about accepting a coupon for something that is already low priced. It's a manufacturer coupon, they don't lose out on that money. Their coupon policy does state they accept these coupons, not sure what basis they would have to reject the coupon.
Print-at-home internet coupons
Must be legible
Must have "Manufacturer Coupon" printed on them
Must have a valid remit address for the manufacturer
Must have a valid expiration date
Must have a scannable bar code
Are acceptable in black and white or color
May not be duplicated
Also, this coupon isn't just valid at wal-mart. It's valid anywhere, although some employees may think otherwise. The coupon says redeem at, not redeem only
at. And it has the address on it for any retailed to mail the coupon to for reimbursement. There is one catch, not all stores accept home-printed internet coupons for a value greater than $5. Wal-mart does, but many stores do not.