Walmart items may sell for much less than advertised.
This tip comes from a deal finder named Daily Deal Dude to his social media family.
Daily Deal Dude recognizes themselves as “no coupons” shoppers and focuses on simple savings tactics.
TikToker shares tons of bargains, sales, strategies, tips and secrets from places like Hobby Lobby, Lowe’s and usually Walmart.
“I love Walmart clearance and often share secret hidden clearance items that are priced lower than advertised,” Deal Hunter said on YouTube.
On a recent TikTok, the Daily Deal Dude revealed how he got a Monopoly gamer for just $4.
Originally priced at $31.47, TikToker realized they were actually doing a hidden clearance for $4.
Just opened the app, scanned the barcode and found 85% off.
All prices and products may vary by store and state, but it may be worth searching for this.
The Monopoly game has a Nintendo twist as it incorporates characters from the beloved Nintendo video game.
The game typically uses standard Monopoly tokens, which feature Super Mario characters with special powers within the gameplay.
Gamers can choose to play as Mario, Princess Peach, Yoshi, or Donkey Kong.
Just like the original, players earn points by purchasing properties, collecting coins, and defeating bosses.
The player with the highest score wins.
Other Walmart Deals
The deal is ripe for picking as shoppers go crazy for hidden clearances.
Toasters have taken the internet by storm in recent months as shoppers scour the shelves.
The Pioneer Woman Fiona Floral Extra-Wide Slot 2-Slice Toaster sells for under $20 online, but customers are finding it much cheaper at select Walmart stores.
One TikToker visited 3 different Walmart stores and finally found that the toaster cost $8.25, so you may have to dig around to get your own toaster for around $8. Hmm.
Another Walmart shopper posted a TikTok revealing that a $30 item was priced at $8.25, but found it in hidden clearance.
Other items found in hidden clearance are from TikToker superunsexy aka Sean.
He recently posted a TikTok revealing his discovery: a $169 baby shark ride for just $40 and a monster truck car (originally $498 for just $179).
Plus, he found 10 packs of hangers for just 25 cents.
The US Sun has compiled a complete list of stores that charge extra for shoppers.
Plus, Walmart’s viral tee flies off the shelves at just $12.