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The largest retailer in the world, Walmart has more than 11,000 locations in 28 countries and a thriving e-commerce website. The everyday low prices and broad assortment of products has made Walmart a household name and earns them nearly $500 billion in net sales a year.
Walmart is known for their affordable goods, but there are still ways you can save even more money. To start, definitely take advantage of their price matching policy, wherein Walmart will match any current published sale, as well as prices from certain online retailers (including Walmart.com, which often has lower prices than in the store). Plus, if you don’t want to go through the trouble of comparing prices, just download Walmart’s mobile app and use the Savings Catcher. This feature lets you scan your receipt and then it checks top competitor prices on the items you bought. If lower prices are found elsewhere, they will send you a gift card for the difference.
Next, check out their coupon page to get a buck or two off tons of household items and groceries. While Walmart doesn’t allow you to stack coupons, they will pay cash if you find a coupon worth more than the item costs, which can happen if the item is already on sale. It’s also a good idea to check their robust clearance and rollback sections, which often boast savings of anywhere from a few dollars on everyday items to hundreds of dollars on big ticket electronics.
Online shoppers looking for free shipping have two options. You can spend at least $50 on your order, or just ship your items to your local Walmart for free pickup. Walmart ShippingPass is also available in some cities and it gives you unlimited free three-day shipping for $50 per year. Type in your zip code to see if ShippingPass is available in your area.
Finally, serious Walmart shoppers might want to consider a Walmart credit card, which earns you a $25 statement credit when you spend $75 on the day you’re approved. Plus, you’ll save 5 cents a gallon at Walmart gas stations and get special financing offers.