Walmart Under $1 Deals List: Donations for Oklahoma!


If you’re looking for ways that you can help the tornado victims in Oklahoma, I posted a list yesterday of personal care items that will be needed–> Prayers and Help for Oklahoma

You can get many of these items for under $1 at Walmart: keep in mind that pricing can vary by location)

Alberto V05 Shampoo or Conditioner – $.74
$1/4 Alberto VO5, shampoo or conditioner, 15 oz+ – 4-14 SS
Final Price = $.49 each after coupon (when you buy 4)

Huggies Pull-Ups Wipes – $1.64
$1.00/1 printable coupon for Huggies Pull-Ups Wipes
Final Price = $.64 each after coupon

Ivory Soap (3 ct) – $.97
$1/2 Ivory or Safeguard, personal cleansing product, excludes trial/travel sizes, Ivory Dish or Laundry – 4-28 PG
$.20/1 Ivory or Safeguard, personal cleansing product, excludes trial/travel sizes, Ivory 1 bar, Ivory Dish or Ivory Laundry – 4-28 PG
Final Price = as low as $.47 after coupon (depending on which coupon your area received)

Oral-B Cavity Defense Toothbrush – $1.50
$1/1 Oral B Pulsar, 3D White, Pro-Health, Complete, or (2) Indicator or Cavity Defense Toothbrush, excludes trial/travel sizes – 4-28 PG
Final Price = as low as $.50 each after coupon

Schick Razor, Refill or Disposable – $1.97
$1/1 Schick Razor, refill or disposable, excludes 2 ct – 4-21 SS
Final Price = $.97 after coupon

Softsoap Body Wash – $.98
$.75/1 Softsoap body wash coupon
Final Price = $.23 after coupon

Suave Deodorant – $.97
$.25/1 Suave deodorant, excludes Men’s and trial – 5-19 RP
$.50/1 Suave deodorant, excludes Men’s and trial – 5-19 RP
Final Price = $.47 after coupon (depending on which coupon your area received)

Sure Deodorant – $1.96
$1/1 Sure Deodorant – 5-12 SS
Final Price = $.96 each after coupon

See more printable coupons here–> Printable coupons

(Thanks Grocery Shop for Free for many of the items on this list!)

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Prayers and help for Oklahoma!


As I sit and watch the news coverage following the devastating tornadoes in Oklahoma, my heart is heavy.  I think of 24 parents who have third graders who are waiting and hoping when I have a third grader myself.  I can’t comprehend the devastation or the loss.  All I can do is cry and pray.

If you have loved ones in Oklahoma, my thoughts and prayers are with you.

Here is some helpful information you may wish to share with friends and family if you are able to reach them:

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U-Haul is offering 30 days of free storage to Oklahoma Residents affected by severe storms

Here is the contact information:

U-Haul Company of Oklahoma City
7525 SE 29th Street
Midwest city, OK 73110
(800) 522-4236

As I sit and watch news coverages following tragedies like this one, I often feel helpless and am looking for ways that I can do something, anything to help.

Here are some things you can do to help:

1.  Pray for those affected

2.  Consider items that you can donate as donation information comes forth.  Here is a list of items that were needed following Joplin:

  • Hygiene items (such as soap, deodorant, toothpaste, and toothbrushes)
  • New or used clean clothing and shoes
  • Nonperishable food items
  • Trash bags and dust masks
  • Flashlights and batteries
  • Blankets
  • Infant supplies (baby formula, baby food, diapers, and wipes)
  • Small toys (stuffed animals, dolls, etc.)

NOTE:  Make sure you check out my list of donation items for under $1–> Walmart Under $1 Deals List:  Donations for Oklahoma

3. Make a donation to reputable organizations – Even if you don’t have money to donate, in the past following these types of disasters, there has been a



  • Text REDCROSS to 90999 to make cash donations
  • Text STORM to 80888 to contribute $10 to Salvation Army relief efforts (or donate via phone at 1-800-SAL-ARMY)

Online donation options:  I have heard that the money through online donations will be distributed faster because it doesn’t have to go through your cell company first

4.  Donate blood – After Joplin, there was a desperate need for blood, particularly O-negative blood.  If you are able, especially if you are near the area, consider donating your blood.

5.  Gather your own donations – Get together with neighbors, community groups you belong to, friends, or your church and gather money, gift cards, or other donations to send.  The elementary school where I work is gathering donations this week, so that’s where I’ll be contributing!