Walmart Plus: Get $75+ Back on $98 Annual Membership Fee

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Walmart+ membership gets you the following perks:

  • Free next-day and 2-day shipping from Walmart.com (no minimum purchase).
  • Free same-day delivery of cold Groceries & more from your local Walmart ($35 minimum purchase). Where available.
  • Scan & Go in-store. Use the Walmart app to scan barcodes as you shop in-store and skip the cashier line.
  • Save 5 cents per gallon on fuel at over 2,000 Walmart, Murphy USA and Murphy Express fuel stations. You also get to access member pricing at Sam’s Club fuel stations.

There is a free 15-day trial, and the membership retail price is $98 per year (or $12.95 per month). Right now, there are two ways to save over 75% off that $98 annual membership:

Swagbucks $75+ back. Search for “Walmart+” on the Swagbucks rewards site, and you’ll see they are offering 7,500 Swagbucks on a paid annual subscription, plus 250 Swagbucks on your first Walmart+ purchase. Purchase must be made with in 21 days of starting your Walmart+ Trial. Cash Back will post within 60 days. There is also a $10 new member bonus via Swagbucks referral link.

7,500 Swagbucks can be redeemed for at least $75 in Amazon gift cards (or similar).

MyPoints $75+ back. Search for “Walmart+” on the MyPoints rewards site, and you’ll see they are offering 12,000 points on a paid annual subscription, plus 500 Swagbucks on your first Walmart+ purchase. Purchase must be made with in 21 days of starting your Walmart+ Trial. Cash Back will post within 60 days. There is also a $10 new member bonus via MyPoints referral link.

12,000 MyPoints can be redeemed for at least $75 in Amazon gift cards (or similar).

Both Swagbucks and Mypoints are now owned by the same parent company, and I have cashed out of both without issues recently. (They also recently acquired Upromise.)

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