This is a sponsored post. All opinions are my own.
Last week I told you about Walmart’s new Savings Catcher. The simple process of scanning your receipt into the Walmart app, and the app doing the searching for you. No need to search through dozens of ads to find sales on the items you want, and trying to compare them to Walmart’s everyday low prices.
I made a trip this past weekend to pick up things for dinner, and the oh-so-dreaded school week ahead. Quick and easy breakfast items, stuff for packing lunches, and after school snacks. So without checking the ads, we just headed to Walmart to get our shopping done.
We stocked up on a lot of items that we needed for the next week or so, and I even let the kids pick a couple of items I normally wouldn’t. When I got home it was pretty simple to just open the Walmart app, and open the Savings Catcher tab so I could scan my receipt. After I scanned it, it started to scan over 40 local ads to see if any items that I had purchased were on sale and cheaper at any local store – grocery stores, convenient stores, even dollar stores!
The app informed me that it would alert me when the scans were complete – it did take a few days, but they were able to scan all the ads along with my big purchase (nearly $200) and save me $1.41! I love that it not only told me how much much I saved on each item, but also what store had it on sale. Obviously Walmart’s every day low prices saved me a lot of time that I would of spent trying to go through dozens of ads and compare.
The app gives you an option of cashing in and getting your eGift Card now, or saving them up and cashing out all together. Since we frequent Walmart quite often I decided I would save them up and cash them out at the end of the month. It does take a day or two for the eGift card to get to your e-mail so just keep an eye out.