Back to School Walmart Rollback Prices Available Online

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If you’re wanting to avoid the crowds and still get all those great Back to School Walmart Deals, you can still most of those prices by shopping online and never having to leave your house. Walmart has started rolling out their Back to School Rollbacks online too but products are selling out fast!

If you’re head into the store be sure to organize with your FREE Back to School Supply Printable Walmart List here. We use ours every year and with six kids it helps us make sure we get everything we need in one trip.

Kleenex Facial Tissue only $0.55 each

kleenex walmart Kleenex Facial Tissue is always a need whether for Back to School or flu season.  Stack the Smart Source Coupon with the Ibotta Deposit to score Kleenex boxes for only $0.55each.

Kleenex 85ct: $0.97
$0.50 off Kleenex Boxes or Bundle Pack, exp. 8/9/14 (SS 07/13/14)
$0.75/3 Kleenex Facial Tissue (Ibotta Deposit)
Total: $0.55 each after Ibotta Deposit

Save Big on Back To School Coupons at Walmart with These Exclusive Printables!

back to school sales and supplies Check out the deals you can score with these exclusive coupons that you can print directly from I Heart the Mart. Most of these are back to school coupons that are sure to ease the squeeze on your pocketbook.

I am headed to Walmart to find the best deals but you know they Crayola are good coupons and I am always down for pudding!

2014 Edition of Tax FREE Weekend!

Tax free weekend 2014 is coming up for most of us, starting August 8th if you are in Texas! It is hard to get excited about a sale where you are saving 8.25% BUT the sales that they run on top of that are killer!

The tax free weekend for general merchandise purchased in Texas is scheduled for August 8 -10th, 2014 and applies to the following items:

  • Clothing and footwear under $100
  • School supplies under $100
  • Backpacks under $100 for elementary and secondary students
  • Includes layaway items

Keep in mind, too, that not all general merchandise items are included in the sales tax holiday. For example, cowboy boots and climbing boots are tax-free, but ski boots are still taxed during Texas’ tax free weekend. In fact, many sporting goods are not included in the sales tax holiday at all in Texas, like cleats, football pads, and protective helmets, so make sure that you read Texas’ Sales Tax Holiday web page before heading out to the mall.

States Offering a Tax Free Weekend (or Week) in 2014:

New Mexico
South Carolina


There are two separate lists of items that qualify for TAX FREE status. The first one is the list of qualifying clothing, footwear and other items. The second list is the School Supplies. The (T) means taxable and the (E) means exempt


  • Accessories (generally) (T)
  • Adult diapers (E)
  • Alterations (T)
  • Aprons (household) (E)
  • Aprons (welders) (T)
  • Athletic socks (E)


  • Baby bibs (E)
  • Baby clothes (E)
  • Baby diapers (cloth or disposable) (E)
  • Backpacks (unless for use by elementary/secondary students) (T)
  • Baseball accessories
  • Bathing caps (T)
  • Belt buckles (T)
  • Belts with attached buckles (E)
  • Belts for weight lifting (T)
  • Bicycle shoes (cleated) (T)
  • Blouses (E)
  • Boots (general purpose) (E)
  • Bow ties (E)
  • Bowling shirts (E)
  • Bowling shoes (rented and sold) (T)
  • Bras (E)
  • Buttons and zippers (T)


  • Camp clothes (E)
  • Caps (baseball, fishing, golf) (E)
  • Chef uniforms (E)
  • Children’s novelty costumes (E)
  • Chest protectors (T)
  • Clerical vestments (E)
  • Cloth and lace, knitting yarns, and other fabrics (T)
  • Clothing repair items, such as thread, buttons, tapes, and iron-on patches (T)
  • Coats and wraps (E)
  • Corsages and boutonnieres (T)
  • Coveralls (E)


  • Diapers (cloth and disposable) (E)
  • Dresses (E)
  • Dry cleaning services (T)


  • Elbow pads (T)
  • Embroider (T)
  • Employee uniforms (unless rented) (E)


  • Fabrics, thread, buttons, lace, patterns, knitting yarns (T)
  • Fins (swim) (T)
  • Fishing boots (waders) (T)
  • Fishing caps (E)
  • Fishing vests (non-flotation) (E)
  • Football accessories


  • Gloves (generally) (E)
  • Goggles (T)
  • Golf accessories
  • Graduation caps and gowns (E)
  • Gym suits and uniforms (E)


  • Hair nets, bows, clips, and barrettes (T)
  • Handbags and purses (T)
  • Handkerchiefs (T)
  • Hard hats (T)
  • Hats (E)
  • Headbands (T)
  • Helmets (bike, baseball, football, hockey, motorcycle, sports) (T)
  • Hockey gloves (T)
  • Hooded shirts and hooded sweatshirts (E)
  • Hosiery, including support hosiery (E)
  • Hunting vests (E)


  • Ice skates (T)
  • Insoles (T)
  • Jackets (E)
  • Jeans (E)
  • Jewelry (T)
  • Jogging apparel (E)


  • Knee pads (T)
  • Knitted caps or hats (E)


  • Laundering services (T)
  • Leg warmers (E)
  • Leotards and tights (E)
  • Life jackets and vests (T)
  • Luggage (T)


  • Mask, costume (E)
  • Mask, protective – welder, umpire, swim (T)
  • Monogramming (T)


  • Neckwear and ties (E)
  • Nightgowns and nightshirts (E)


  • Overshoes and rubber shoes (T)
  • Pads (football, hockey, soccer, elbow, knee, shoulder) (T)
  • Paint or dust respirators and incidental supplies (T)
  • Painter pants (E)
  • Pajamas (E)
  • Pants (E)
  • Panty hose (E)
  • Patterns (T)
  • Personal flotation devices (T)
  • Pocket squares (T)
  • Protective gloves (T)
  • Protective masks (T)


  • Raincoats and ponchos (E)
  • Rain hats (E)
  • Religious clothing (E)
  • Rented clothing (including uniforms, formal wear, and costumes) (T)
  • Repair of clothing or footwear (T)
  • Ribbons (T)
  • Robes (E)
  • Roller blades (T)
  • Roller skates (T)


  • Safety accessories
  • Scarves (E)
  • Scout uniforms (E)
  • Sewing patterns (T)
  • Shawls and wraps (E)
  • Shin guards and padding (T)
  • Shirts (E)
  • Shirts (hooded) (E)
  • Shoe inserts (T)
  • Shoelaces (T)
  • Shoes (generally) (E)
  • Shoe shines (T)
  • Shoe repairs (T)
  • Shoulder pads (for dresses, jackets, etc.) (T)
  • Shoulder pads (football, hockey, sports) (T)
  • Shorts (E)
  • Shower caps (T)
  • Skates (ice and roller) (T)
  • Ski boots (snow) (T)
  • Ski suits (snow) (T)
  • Ski vests (water) (T)
  • Skirts (E)
  • Sleepwear, nightgowns, pajamas (E)
  • Slippers (E)
  • Slips (E)
  • Soccer socks (E)
  • Socks (E)
  • Sports helmets (T)
  • Sports pads (football, hockey, soccer, knee, elbow, shoulder) (T)
  • Suits, slacks, and jackets (E)
  • Sunglasses (except prescription) (T)
  • Support hosiery (E)
  • Suspenders (E)
  • Sweatbands (arm, wrist, head) (T)
  • Sweatshirts (E)
  • Sweat suits (E)
  • Sweaters (E)
  • Swimming masks and goggles (T)
  • Swimsuits (E)


  • Tennis accessories
  • Ties (neckties – all) (E)
  • Tights (E)
  • Track shoes and cleats (T)
  • Trousers (E)


  • Umbrellas (T)
  • Underclothes (E)
  • Underpants (E)
  • Undershirts (E)
  • Uniforms (school, work, nurse, waitress, military, postal, police, fire) (E)


  • Veils (E)
  • Vests (generally) (E)
  • Wallets (T)
  • Watch bands (T)
  • Watches (T)
  • Water ski vests (T)
  • Weight lifting belts (T)
  • Wet and dry suits (T)
  • Work clothes (E)
  • Work uniforms (E)
  • Workout clothes (E)
  • Wrist bands (T)

This list does not include all items that may qualify for exemption during the sales tax holiday. It provides examples only.

Sales Tax Holiday

All-inclusive list of qualifying school supplies (if priced less than $100)

  • Binders
  • Book bags
  • Calculators
  • Cellophane tape
  • Blackboard chalk
  • Compasses
  • Composition books
  • Crayons
  • Erasers
  • Folders; expandable, pocket, plastic, and manila
  • Glue, paste and paste sticks
  • Highlighters
  • Index cards
  • Index card boxes
  • Legal pads
  • Lunch boxes
  • Markers (including dry erase markers)
  • Notebooks
  • Paper; loose leaf ruled notebook paper, copy paper, graph paper, tracing paper, manila paper, colored paper, poster board, and construction paper
  • Pencil boxes and other school supply boxes
  • Pencil sharpeners
  • Pencils
  • Pens
  • Protractors
  • Rulers
  • Scissors
  • Writing tablets


Taxed: Taxable items tend to be the more specialized, less necessary items of clothing such as jewelry, hair accessories, purses, football pants and golf gloves. Regular shoes (sandals, slippers, sneakers) are exempt, but cleated shoes, fishing boots and ballet slippers are not. A more complete list of exempt and non-exempt items can be found on the state of Texas website.

FREE Back To School Supplies PRINTABLE Walmart List

Back To School Printable List

We are seeing a LOT more B2S deals! I want to make it as easy as possible for you, and so I did what most smart guys do and had my wife make me a spread sheet like the one she uses each for our kids. So that I can look cool and offer it to you guys to print free. I am really awesome that way :)

Seriously, it works. We spend about $80 a year on 6 kids school supplies by doing the following:

  • Print the Back To School Supply List 
  • Get your kids school supply lists
  • Add the items into the spreadsheet (one sheet for ALL your kids)
  • Watch the sales for the next 5-6 weeks
  • If it is less then Walmarts price at any store, buy it.
  • If it is the same as Walmarts price wait a few weeks and see if it goes lower anywhere
  • About a week before your school starts, the things you are still missing, buy them at Walmart
  • Cross off items as you get them, so you are not overbuying

Thats it. Easy.

I am going to be posting ANY deal that I find, or that you see and email me,  that we can price match at Walmart each week.

  • If you buy a little each week you can save a LOT of money.
  • Not get stuck right before school spending a bunch of money.
  • Don’t wait until the say before and everything is sold out.

Back to School List Image

This is basically what our sheet looks like. Except that my wife laminates ours (she is just that way)  and it is on the fridge.

We combine all the kids supply lists into one sheet. Add the # of each item that we need. If there are certain folder colors they need we make a note. We cross off what we bought. The Walmart prices are listed as a reference in case we are in another store and are wondering if something is a good deal.

There is space at the bottom because I am assuming you might have different items your school is requiring. Or you can always just make one up that works for you better. But this is a method my wife has been using for a long time and it works.

Go HERE to print yours. Once you are there, just right click and select print to get it.

Let us know if you have a system that works!

Save $1 off 2 Five Star Notebook

five star We have had lots of discussion on the Facebook site about the FREE Mead Notebook deal.  When I looked it up on the Mead Five Star website I saw that they were both from the same company.  Honestly I was thinking that Five Star was the manufacturer and Mead was the type of product, not the other way around. 

So, now that we have all the correct information, here is the deal that will work perfectly with this $1/2 Five Star Product, exp. 7/30/14 (P&G 07/06/14) coupon.
If you find any other great uses for this coupon please let us know.

Mead Five Star Notebooks: $1.97
$1/2 Five Star Product, exp. 7/30/14 (P&G 07/06/14)
Total: $1.47 each

Mead Five Star Notebook: $4.87
$1/2 Five Star Product, exp. 7/30/14 (P&G 07/06/14)
Total: $4.37