With millions of people using retail stores to shop for groceries, it’s not uncommon to see long lines at Walmart supermarkets across the United States.
But TikToker’s Ryan and Tiffany seem to share a trick that can help save customers time in-store.
The viral clip showed frustrated Walmart shoppers in full buggies waiting in long lines at the cash register.
However, one customer who didn’t have many items in his cart was seen scanning groceries at the counter.
TikTokers, which claims to be a Walmart employee, has since claimed the option is only available to customers with a small number of items.
As one person said, “If there are less than 5 items, I bluntly said no to the customer.”
Another comment was “less than 20 items or no quantifiable produce”.
And a third TikToker posted: Only a few items are included!!”
However, other TikTokers warned shoppers not to attempt the hack, claiming they would not be offered.
However, the counter is not permanently staffed.
Viewers were stunned by the sheer number of people waiting in line at Walmart stores.
One person said, “I’ve never seen a Walmart in North Carolina (North Carolina) so packed.”
Some suggested that influencers should head to their local Walmart on weekends to avoid the crowds.
Influencers use apps like TikTok to share their Walmart hacks.
TikToker’s Breyanna Nava is known for regularly providing money-saving tips, but it’s worth noting that shoppers can save their hard-earned cash by using the store’s app. clarified.
The US Sun also showed how one shopper got a cookware set for just $4.
However, customers at Walmart in Kansas were outraged, claiming they were double taxed.