Here are the two questions that are causing the most issues. Understand that these are separate questions and don’t necessarily relate to each both. Walmart often views things as completely separate like the price match and the coupon policy.
Q: When verifying the listed price of the “online item”, does the price being verified need to include the shipping price/fee?
A: No, it is the price of the item only.
Q. Does Walmart match online 3rd Party or Marketplace sellers?
A. Yes. We will match 3rd Party and Marketplace pricing but will limit quantities to normal retail purchases or one per customer or household. The Store Manager has the final decision for matching an online price.
Q. Does Walmart match online competitor pricing that is significantly below normal retail
pricing, for example, $0.01 items for sale on 3rd Party or Marketplace retailer sites?
A. Yes. However, per policy we will limit quantities to normal retail purchases or one per
customer or household.
The biggest rule to understand is that Walmart doesn’t match Gimmick pricing or pricing that can’t be determined independent of other charges. This allows them to exclude these items. I really don’t want Online Price Matching because I think it is a great tool. The rule of thumb to go by is that Walmart allows you to buy any items that they carry for the exact same price at their store or online. This is to help you save time and money.