Walmart Savings Catcher Changes – Coming February 1

January 31, 2018

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Starting tomorrow, February 1st, Walmart's Savings Catcher program will be changing to make redemptions easier for all us.

  • Here is what to expect:
    Your rewards will automatically be transferred to a Savings Catcher eGift card each time they’re earned. No need to manually redeem your rewards.
  • Your Savings Catcher eGift card will be automatically saved to your account for you, so you will no longer receive emails with your
    Savings Catcher eGift card barcode.
  • The ability to transfer rewards to a Bluebird card will be discontinued.
  • Walmart Pay will become the preferred way to spend your Savings Catcher rewards in-store. Additionally, you will continue to be able to spend
    your rewards on
  • You don’t have to immediately spend your rewards when they’re transferred to your eGift Card. You can choose to accumulate them as desired.

What do you think? Let us know in the comments if these changes will make it easier to use Walmart's Savings Catcher program.

If you aren't familiar with Walmart's Savings Catcher program, you can see our original 2014 review here.

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