Walmart's Savings Catcher

Grand Junction, Colorado
October 5, 2016 1:51pm CST
I was just wondering how many people know about the Walmart Savings Catcher? I have been using it since the beginning and have cashed in a few times. Late last night I got a notification that one of my receipts over the weekend they found cheaper prices somewhere else and $5.96 had been added to my Savings Catcher Acct. That is the most that I have ever received from one receipt. It really was the simplest of things to sign-up for and you can request "get it back" at anytime. The getting it back is a bit of a bother, you have to request it a head of time and wait for the email to arrive, I think it takes a day or two. For those that don't know anything about it, all you do is shop like you normally would. When you leave the store you scan your receipt, you can scan up to 7 receipts a week. The receipts have to be submitted within 7 days of purchase. You can either scan them or type in the TC #. Then you sit back and wait, usually takes 2 to 3 days, if a lower advertised price was found they will give you the difference. My acct is up to $21.27 and I have done nothing special. Of course they have certain exclusions, but if you buy food at Walmart you can end up with some money for just shopping as usual. If you use coupons they use the price before the coupon is applied, saving you even more if found to be less somewhere else. They only compare to your local ads. What do you think? If you haven't signed up are you likely too? If you have one how happy have you been with it?
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@carebear29 (28586)
• Wausau, Wisconsin
5 Oct 16
I use the Savings Catcher. I miss the double rewards now
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• Grand Junction, Colorado
5 Oct 16
I'm not familiar with the double rewards part of it.
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@1creekgirl (10351)
• United States
5 Oct 16
I love savings catcher.
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• Grand Junction, Colorado
5 Oct 16
@1creekgirl, Well I'm certainly glad they did it. Such a simple way to earn for those that already shop their. Easy money as I call it.
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@AmbiePam (49126)
• United States
5 Oct 16
You just made me more interested!
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• Grand Junction, Colorado
5 Oct 16
I hope you're able to check it out and start saving. It's very user friendly.
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@jstory07 (67239)
• Roseburg, Oregon
5 Oct 16
I signed up a while back and have saved a couple dollars here and there that I got refunded back to me.
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• Grand Junction, Colorado
5 Oct 16
Normally I just save a few pennies and then all of a sudden I will get a few receipts in that I get back a little more than a dollar.
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@just4him (117523)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
9 Oct 16
I haven't signed up because I don't have a mobile phone with internet capabilities and I don't know how that would work with my desktop.
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• Grand Junction, Colorado
10 Oct 16
You still should be able to use it, but instead of scanning you would type the TC # and the sales dates. I occasionally have to manually enter the info into the app, because sometimes the scanning doesn't work within the app. If it's a place that you shop regularly, buying food, it's a great opportunity to take advantage of. Since you do nothing different that you already do.
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@just4him (117523)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
13 Oct 16
@beaniefanatic13 Nice to know as I always shop there.
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@LoriAMoore (4808)
• United States
5 Oct 16
I noticed that app the other day and wondered whether or not it would be worth it. I don't shop often at WalMart. thanks for explaining how it works
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• Grand Junction, Colorado
5 Oct 16
I really don't buy a lot of stuff their but it adds up what little I do buy there. I guess I should say I don't grocery shop there, I mostly go there for dog and cat food and then will add other items to my basket.
@gnatsmom (1201)
1 Oct
How do they give you the money back?