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Walmart Savings Catcher

submitted on July 30, 2014 by sandyshore in "Sales / Promotions"
Introducing Savings Catcher from Walmart! It compares your receipt to ad prices from top stores in your area. If it finds a lower ad price, you get the difference on an eGift Card.


Learn more at www.walmart.com/SavingsCatcher

This has been available in Beta in select locations. Goes nationwide 8/4/14.
        

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    HouTex
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    Posted by HouTex on October 16, 2014 [reply] 0 0
    Now you can double your Savings Catcher Reward Dollars when you redeem them to your American Express Bluebird Account.

    1. Register for Bluebird for free at https://secure.bluebird.com/signup and verify your email address.
    2. Log in to Walmart Savings Catcher and click “Redeem to Bluebird” on your Savings Dashboard. Your Reward Dollars will be doubled and turned into Walmart Buck$, which are separate funds on your Bluebird Account that can only be spent at Walmart or Walmart.com.
    3. Activate your Bluebird Card and use it at Walmart or Walmart.com. Your Walmart Buck$ will be automatically applied at checkout.

    See complete details at https://www.bluebird.com/savings-catcher

    Offer is valid through February 28, 2015, and subject to change or cancellation at any time. Amounts credited to your Bluebird account in connection with the redemption of Reward Dollars, including amounts credited in respect of American Express' Double Your Rewards Dollars offer, will be held as “Walmart Buck$,” which are funds in your Bluebird Account that can be used exclusively to make purchases at participating Walmart locations and www.Walmart.com. Walmart Buck$ are not redeemable for cash, and amounts credited for this Double Your Rewards offer may not exceed $599.99 per calendar year.
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    mdshopper1
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    Posted by mdshopper1 on October 16, 2014 [reply] 0 0
    i am interested in trying this out but not sure whether to use the app version or the online version?
    it is always nice to get a little something back! i have heard thought that there are still plenty of people who are doing the price matching with coupons and ads in store.....and they say they are saving even more money than with price catcher. however, you have to have A LOT of time and patience to do that!
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    • HouTex
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      Posted by HouTex on October 16, 2014 [reply] 0 0
      I've been doing it online, I just enter my receipt number.

      You can also submit your receipt to Savings Catcher by scanning the code at the bottom of your printed store receipt, using the scanner in the Savings Catcher section of the Walmart app.
      Or,A third option is to register your phone number using the Walmart app or debit card reader located at in-store checkout. Then every time you check out at a Walmart store, enter your phone number and they’ll submit your receipt to Savings Catcher for you.
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    • HouTex
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      Posted by HouTex on October 16, 2014 [reply] 0 0
      The catch is that they compare the prices to "top retailers in my area" and so far I'm not getting anything back. Also, I usually buy the known cheapest items there. I try not to buy anything that I already know is cheaper somewhere else, I'm hoping to catch the items I didn't know about. I imagine you can save more with pricematching, because they usually honor whatever local ad you take in with you, and that might include more than the few retailers they choose to compare through this app.
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    djhciskoski
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    Posted by djhciskoski on October 16, 2014 [reply] 0 0
    I have a bad phone and have no apps - but my friend swears by this. She's gotten over $30 since starting a couple of months ago.
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    laaya
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    Posted by laaya on October 17, 2014 [reply] 0 0
    This is completely crap. I have tried this too many times. It just their gimmick.

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