Walmart Savings Catcher

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Walmart Savings Catcher is a part of the Walmart mobile application that basically reviews all your purchased items through your receipt.

Then it compares your purchased items prices with the prices offered by other retailers nearby.

Savings Catcher then looks for the lowest price available for your purchased items for all these retailers and lets you keep the price difference if one of these retailers sell any of your purchased items at a cheaper price.

It is like you are price matching, only that Savings Catcher does it for you.

You can download the Walmart App for free from the links below:

How to Earn:

After purchase of your items in store (not online), Scan the QR code (found at the bottom of the receipt) using Walmart Savings Catcher (found in one of the sections of the Walmart App).

Note: You can only submit a Walmart receipt that is within 7 days from original purchase date.

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This is a screenshot when you open Savings Catcher in the Walmart App

Tap “Add a Walmart Receipt” and scan the QR code and then you wait for Savings Catcher to finish processing. That is all you need to do. Savings Catcher will do the rest.

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QR code at the bottom of the receipt

Savings Catcher will then automatically price match all your purchased items from nearby retailers.

If you have items that qualifies for a cash back, you will get Reward Dollars which you can use as Walmart eGiftcard. You can use this reward at Walmart stores.

And that is how I get free cash from my Walmart App. So what are you waiting for? Download the app and start scanning your receipts from Walmart!

Bonus Tips:

  • Use Savings Catcher together with other receipt scanning applications to earn more savings. E.g Ibotta, Checkout51, Receipt Hog, Receipt Pal, etc.
  • I want Amazon giftcards: I think you can buy a $25 Visa giftcard from any Walmart store using the Reward dollars earned. Then use the Visa giftcard in the Amazon store to buy an Amazon giftcard.

Updates:

11/09/2018- Walmart Savings Catcher has some new changes. Last Oct. 29 I received an email from Walmart stating:

“As of today, our Terms of Use for Savings Catcher has changed, and Walmart Pay will be the exclusive way to submit your receipt to Savings Catcher. This will allow you to both submit and spend your Savings Catcher rewards within the same Walmart Pay experience. Due to this change, the ability to submit scanned receipts within the app or submit via desktop has been discontinued. You will still be able to scan your receipt to keep track of your purchase history or use Express Returns.”

This new change will now require us to enroll and use Walmart Pay at checkout to scan the QR code and submit if we want to use Savings Catcher.

No more Savings Catcher for those paying cash(bummer). You can link credit, debit, or gift card to Walmart Pay.

Walmart Pay turns your phone into a mobile wallet (no need to worry about leaving your wallet or purse at home).

By using Walmart Pay the app will store your purchase history making reorders and returns easy.

You can select any purchase from the Purchase History and share or print eReceipts to use for cash back apps.

I usually pay cash for groceries so this change has made me stop using Savings Catcher.

03/19/2019- In an email from Walmart:

“We have decided to discontinue the Savings Catcher receipt submission, effective May 14, 2019. After May 14, you will no longer be able to submit your Walmart Pay eReceipts to Savings Catcher. But don’t worry, the money you have on your Savings Catcher eGift Card will remain yours to spend until you’re ready to use it.”