Walmart to Offer Cash Back on Top of ‘Everyday Low Prices’

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Walmart shoppers soon will have a new way to save, thanks to a new partnership between the retail giant and cash-back platform Ibotta.

Shoppers who use the Walmart website or app will be able to access cash rebates on popular products, Walmart says. These savings will be in addition to any savings from the retailer’s oft-touted “everyday low prices.”

According to Walmart:

“Unique to this program, rebates will be redeemed and cash provided directly to customers’ Walmart accounts to be used for future Walmart purchases, applied toward a Walmart+ membership, used for grocery delivery and more.”

Walmart also announced that it will join the Ibotta Performance Network, which allows cash rebates to be delivered across large third-party sites, such as social media networks and recipe sites.

If you use these sites, you will receive digital offers there for relevant products. You can then add those offers to your Walmart digital cart, so you can redeem them during your next online or in-store shopping trip.

There is no word on when these initiatives will be rolled out. Until then, check out “8 Ways to Snag Extra Savings at Walmart.”

What is Ibotta?

Ibotta is a free cash-back platform available as a browser extension, an Android app and an Apple iOS app. It enables you to get cash rebates on purchases from many retailers, including Walmart, when shopping online and in stores.

You need not be a Walmart shopper to take advantage of all the cash back that Ibotta offers. Anyone can get started by simply signing up for an Ibotta account.

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