When people go shopping at Walmart, in the County, they really don't think much about price because they're already getting a good deal. But could the deal be better?

If you're a savvy shopper, then you can still cut some of the prices that are already 'rolled back' at Walmart!

Here are 5 ways that you can roll the prices at Walmart back even farther!

 

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    Cash Back On Purchases

    If you want to have access to cash back on many different items that Walmart sells, then download the app Ibotta here and search Walmart.

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    Walmart 'Mark Down' Tags

    When you go to Walmart, you can be better prepared by knowing what their 'secret' markdown tags are. For instance:

    • Items ending in $___.7 are the original price
    • Items ending in $___.5 are the first markdown
    • Items ending in $___.1 are the final markdown

    If you see a markdown ending in '5', then you'll know that another markdown is coming as there are still more in stock.

    A markdown with a '7' means they haven't marked them down yet.

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    Get Paid To Shop At Walmart

    Yes! You can get paid to shop at Walmart! Drop has a great app that can allow you to get paid for your Walmart purchases. However, you will have to link your debit and credit cards. You'll earn points for these and other purchases and can win gift cards to places like Amazon.com

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    Download The Walmart Savings Catcher App

    You can either type in your receipt number or scan it in. This app will search other grocery stores and pay you any overage that they charged, where you could have saved at another store.

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    Get FREE Shipping!

    You can get FREE shipping at any Walmart Store. However, there are people in the County that may not want to drive to one of the local Walmarts for various reasons. In that case, you can sign up for a Shipping Pass. For about $50 a month, they'll ship items to your home in 3 days.

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