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New walmart savings catcher program compares advertised prices off your receipt

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If you live in select markets and shop at Walmart this may interest you.

Currently available in Atlanta, Charlotte, Lexington, Dallas, Huntsville, San Diego and Minneapolis.

You can go to the website or download the app from the app store.

It's as simple as entering your receipt number and the app will do the rest. The app checks local advertised prices from top stores in your area. If anything that you bought on your receipt drops in price, you get the difference on a walmart rewards e-gift card.

Here's the official steps from their website:

  • Enter the TC Number located near the bottom of your Walmart receipt into Savings Catcher at or scan the barcode at the bottom of the receipt using the scanner on the Walmart app.
  • Savings Catcher compares the prices of the items you bought at Walmart to the advertised prices at the time of your purchase from the print and online versions of weekly print ads of top retailers in your area.
  • If Savings Catcher finds an advertised price that is lower than what you paid for the same exact item at Walmart, you can get a Walmart Rewards eGift Card for the difference.

You can enter 7 receipts per week.



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