Walmart has an online price match policy of honoring prices shown on its website for items sold by both Walmart and its online retailers. To get the online price for an item in-store, a customer can simply ask for it at the register by providing the online price and name of the retailer.Continue Reading
The online price match policy has some restrictions and is not guaranteed. If the store disagrees with the online price or believes the item does not qualify, the store manager makes the final decision as to whether or not to match the price. Among other restrictions, the item must be in-stock at the online retailer's website at the time the request is made, the item must be fulfilled and sold by one of Walmart's online retailers and each customer is limited to one item per day.
Walmart does not honor price match requests for items that are not from one of its online retailers, including items sold by third-party sellers, auctions and online retailers that require memberships.
A customer can also request a price match when shopping online if he sees a lower price at one of Walmart's competitors. This type of price match request can be made to an online customer service representative, but the customer service representative has the final decision whether to honor it or not.Learn more about Grocery