Note: I shopped savvy using Walmart Saving Catcher, as part of a sponsored post for Socialstars #SavingsCatcher
When I have travel plans, I like to make sure my family has all the groceries they are going to need because in our home, I am the one who does the grocery shopping. Considering my hubby has his hands full with work and the kiddos, I like to see to it that he has 1 less things to do while I am gone.
Considering that I tend to procrastinate, I usually end up doing the shopping the day before my trip which means that I don’t have time to go from store to store trying to get the best price. That’s where the Walmart Savings Catcher comes in handy.
With the Savings Catcher, you can submit your receipt and Walmart will scan nearby competitors to find the lowest advertised prices. If your purchase price was more than the lowest price found, you get the difference on a Walmart e-Gift card. That means no shopping around, well at least not on my end…they do all the work.
All you need to do is do your shopping and then access the Walmart Savings Catcher online or download the app on your mobile phone. Yes, it’s that easy. So, I went and did the shopping I needed to do and simply scanned my receipt (since I have the app downloaded on my phone).
If you’re using the app…
- Open the app
- Click on Savings Catcher
- Create an account
- Scan your receipt
*See, I told you it was easy!
Here’s what you should know about the Walmart Savings Catcher
- Your receipt needs to be less than 7 days old.
- It takes up to 72 hours to get your savings back
- You can check on the status by clicking on eReceipts
- You can submit Box Tops through Savings Catcher
- If it comes back saying your submission was invalid, the information was entered incorrectly
- You can register your mobile phone number so that you can submit your receipt right from the register.
*If you have any more questions about the Walmart Savings Catcher, click here for FAQ’s
So shop without worry (and leave the price comparing to the Walmart Savings Catcher). I did and I just got notified (by both email and text) that they found 1 item cheaper somewhere else, so I now have a $0.36 eGift Card.