One shopper took advantage of Walmart’s clearance section and found a $79.97 soccer ball for just $20.
Peggy is a savvy shopper who runs an @SavingsWithPeggy account on TikTok with over 44,000 followers.
The self-proclaimed extreme coupon seller went to his local Walmart and shopped in the clearance section.
“Clearance varies by store, of course, but it’s great to have these visuals when you’re looking outside,” she said in the clip.
Peggy says she uses the Walmart app to scan every item she finds in the store to see if the prices have dropped.
While watching a section of the street she saw on TV, Peggy spotted a sidewalk labeled $79.97.
But when she used the Walmart app to scan the barcode, the item was only $19.99.
Next time in the shampoo and conditioner aisle, some items are marked down, and Peggy provided the link in the video’s caption.
Peggy found Neutrogena Glycolic Acid Overnight Face Peel in the facial care section.
A 32-ounce bottle of Dial Soap was listed as $1.50 in the store, but when Peggy scanned it herself, it was $1.
Another big item is the Ninja Professional Blender.
“This is a discontinued blender just because they’re moving up,” said Peggy.
In stores, the blender retailed for $89, but was only $9 on the Walmart app.
“It’s insane,” she said.
One viewer asked if the prices displayed in the app were actually scanned at the cash register or if the prices had to be changed by an employee.
“When I’m in the store and scan with the app, it scans that way at the checkout,” Peggy wrote. “But clearance can vary from store to store.”
She also explained that Walmart is supposed to price match online and has some rules.