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At this point, I think we all know that Walmart Savings Catcher is awesome. (Don’t know what it is? Read all kinds of stuff about it here.) I’ve got about $28 sitting in my account and was all set to just be happy with that but now I am so excited about DOUBLING my money!
Here’s how the “Get 2X” Program works.
How Get 2X works:
– Log in to Walmart Savings Catcher and enter the Walmart receipt barcode number and if there’s a lower price advertised, Walmart will refund the difference in the form of Reward Dollars.
– To double the Reward Dollar amount, select “Redeem to Bluebird” in the Savings Dashboard.
– Existing Bluebird customers who choose to redeem to Bluebird will automatically receive double the Reward Dollars into their account to spend exclusively in Walmart stores or at Walmart.com. Customers who do not already have a Bluebird account will be prompted to register for a FREE Bluebird Card in a few easy steps.
– Savings Catcher customers can use their Bluebird Cards to spend Reward Dollars exclusively at Walmart or Walmart.com. Reward Dollars will be applied automatically at checkout. Any remaining purchase amount after applying will be deducted from their Available Balance. For more information, please visit Bluebird.com/SavingsCatcher.
BlueBird is a prepaid credit card that is easy to use. That’s no money to start, no monthly fees, no overdraft fees, and no minimum balance. If you’ve been using Savings Catcher, you should definitely get a BlueBird card next time you are at Walmart and double your money!
Ready to try it out? Click here to get started!
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