There are very few places where you can get your tires rotated and order a tasty birthday cake at the same time. Selections at Walmart® are unmatched and the prices keep us coming back again and again. So, if you want to be a smarter shopper, use these Walmart® savings hacks to keep more money in your pocket.
Earn Cash Back With Ibotta®
Ibotta® is one of the most popular money-saving rebate apps. Using Ibotta® is a great way to earn cashback on purchases you’re already making. When you purchase specific clothing, groceries, electronics, or pet supplies, you could earn cashback for each item of your purchase by completing tasks on your smartphone. Not only is this app super-easy to use, but it will also help you save more money.
Link The Ibotta® App To Your Walmart® Grocery Pick Up
We highly recommend using Walmart® Grocery Pickup since it’ll save you so much time each week and can also help you stay on budget. If you want to make things easier for yourself, you should also link your Ibotta® with Walmart® Grocery Pickup. By doing this, you won’t need to upload receipts anymore.
Check The Clearance Section
You might not have enough time to search the clearance section on every visit, but it’s always good to check it. Most of the time, Walmart® has a lot of stuff in the clearance section, so it’s a great way for you to save some money. You’ll also find clearance deals on Walmart.com. Just type “clearance” in the search menu.
Get Paid Using ShopKick™
Wanna get rewards or cash just for shopping? When you use ShopKick™, set your favorite stores up on the app and get “Kicks” or points for each time you walk in a store and open the app. You could also get paid to scan products in stores. Then, redeem your Kicks for rewards or Gift Cards.
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