SECRET clearance merchandise can be found at Walmart for up to 75% off, with some even cheaper than what you’ll find at Dollar Tree, experts reveal.
TikToker Spill_It_Mom helps thousands of followers find regular deals at Walmart, Dollar Tree, Target, and other retailers.
And in a recent post, she spotted about 20 deals at Walmart. Some of them are part of the store’s “secret clearance”.
Spill_It_Mom entered Walmart knowing that many of the prices displayed were higher than those displayed on the app or at the checkout.
To find out, be sure to download the Walmart app and scan the barcode for each product you’re interested in.
Plus, with cashback programs, your savings can be even higher.
Basically, there are many secret deals, but you need to know where to look.
First, the shopping guru browsed Walmart’s ¥100 sale area.
She found Cuisinart Dish Drying Mats and Plink Fizzy Drain Air Fresheners and Cleaners for $4.98, and found trash-disposal counterparts for the same price, so this turned out to be a good choice.
And for just $2.88, Walmart superfans found three packs of steel wool, but Dollar Tree made it clear to viewers that there are cheaper options.
But is there one deal you can’t beat?
Walmart $1 Loofah.
“Always know your price,” said TikToker. “If you want to save money, always compare when shopping.”
Once Christmas is over, with retailers including Walmart now trying to remove them from shelves, it may be the perfect time to stock up on Christmas essentials in advance.
The brushed gold wreath hook was originally priced at $4.98, but the post-holiday clearance sale has reduced the price to just 72 cents.
Holidays and toy deals
Spill_It_Mom said these work well all year round if you’re still trying to keep your door decorations.
Other 75% off items, shoppers said, included Christmas candles, Christmas wax melts, and anything to improve the scent of your home.
Also, check out our toys section. There is also a 75% discount.
Toy deals are still happening in July and August, but Spill_It_Mom urged viewers to stay tuned.
After all, a child’s birthday party is always around the corner.
“My son’s birthday and my niece’s birthday are right after Christmas, so I’ll stock up,” said Spill_It_Mom.
Festive pajama sets and robes were also sold at reasonable prices.
Plus, there were the gold and white tennis shoes that Spill_It_Mom had her eye on in the store.
It was only $20 for her size, so I decided to add it to my cart.
Walmart also has many inexpensive snacks, such as Great Value Pretzel Mini Twists.
Another must-have snack for her family, Wild Berry Skittles are available in the candy aisle and her mother TikToker made sure not to miss.
However, to get the most out of your Walmart shopping trip, you should consider a cashback app like Ibotta.
Spill_It_Mom did this to win an Ibotta rebate offering $3.30 on two Febreze air products.
“Be sure to scan any product you get to make sure it matches your rebate,” said Spill_It_Mom.
TikToker scanned Febreze plug refills marked $4.08 each, but both paid only $2.73.
Clorox sanitizing mist is also eligible for Ibotta rebates.
This offering reduces the prize by $2.
Spill_It_Mom was looking for a special dessert for her son’s birthday. It’s a Pillsbury Orange Cinnamon Roll.
Little Debbie’s Zebra Cakes were $2.58 a pack, and Little Debbie’s Christmas Tree Cake Ice Cream was also on sale.
“My darling loves this ice cream,” said Spill_It_Mom. “If he eats it too, it will cause a big old mess on his face.”
Elsewhere, she chose healthier options, such as Chobani oat milk, which had a $1.50 rebate through Ibotta.
“I like their oat milk,” Spill_It_Mom said. “It tastes the closest to regular milk.”
But as always, be sure to read the ingredients to make sure you’re aware of what’s going on inside your body.
Overall, her shopping cart total bill was $82.54.
Some items, like the $1 Loofah, are actually cheaper than the Dollar Tree.
That’s why it’s important to compare all items to ensure you get the best deal.
Other ways to save
Combining deals from apps like Ibotta is sure to give you big savings on every shopping trip, but what you can do to save money when shopping at chains like Walmart There are many more.
For one thing, always buy store brand items over name brands.
This is said to save shoppers up to 30%.
Consumers also don’t have to worry about sacrificing the taste of store-branded products compared to well-known brands.
IRi’s market research, cited by Ramsey Solutions, found that 75% of respondents believe the quality of store-branded merchandise is as good as that of mainstream domestic merchandise.
Loyalty app programs also offer more regular deals and discounts than any coupon site.
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