Disclosure: I shopped savvy using Walmart Saving Catcher, as part of a sponsored post for Crowdtap #WMTSavingsCatcher.I admit, about two months ago my step daughter told my husband about Walmart Savings Catcher (a part of the Walmart app), and the basic premise for how it worked. But because of how insanely busy my husband I’s schedules are, we really didn’t give it much attention. That is until Crowdtap emailed me to see if I would be interested in writing a blog post about it. I, of course, said yes. And by doing so, I forced myself to review all the info and links (FAQs) that Crowdtap linked to on their site. I’m glad I did because I think, based on what I’ve read and other bloggers’ experiences, Walmart Savings Catcher could save our family quite a bit of money, which is important since money isn’t as free-flowing as we would like.
About Walmart Savings Catcher:
Walmart Savings Catchers allows shoppers to upload their receipts from their shopping trips to Walmart so the prices of products purchased can be compared to competing stores in the area.
If it comes back that a certain product was less expensive at a competitor, Walmart will send you Reward Dollars which you can redeem for a Walmart Rewards eGift Card or have it put on your Bluebird by American Express Card.
For more information on how Walmart Savings Catcher works, please read their FAQ.
What I love about Crowdtap:
As a blogger, I love to share my thoughts and opinions on different products, services and apps. Through CrowdTap’s site, I’m able to give my opinions on a variety of different brands and their products, as well as provide brands with information about mine and my family’s habits in a variety of areas.
In some instances, I even get to try out new products or receive compensation for blog posts about my experience using different products/apps, etc. In doing so, I help brands gather much-needed information. It’s a win-win for both sides.
Unfortunately, at this time I cannot provide you with an amount I saved because the app is still comparing prices. (It can take up to 72 hours.)
If for some reason the app doesn’t produce any cheaper prices, which it should because I checked competitor prices in the area, I will contact Walmart via the “Give Feedback” option in their app and tell them which products I know are cheaper. I will update this post with more information either way.
Regardless, it’s extremely easy to upload receipts, and is something you can do before you leave the store, that way you don’t forget. That’s important to me and my husband because we get sidetracked easily.
From here on out, though, whatever I earn from the Walmart Savings Catcher app will be saved and used for Christmas shopping. What will you use your Rewards for?
Right now, you can enter to win a $2K shopping spree from Walmart. Click here for more info.