Walmart Gift Card
Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. (branded as Walmart) is an American public corporation that runs a chain of large, discount department stores. It is the world's largest public corporation by revenue, according to the 2008 Fortune Global 500. Wal-Mart is the largest private employer and the largest grocery retailer in the UnitedStates. It also owns and operates the Sam's Club retail warehouses in North America. more…Full Price Walmart Gift Card: (sold directly from the merchant)
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- Anonymous User:
Walmart has got to be one of the most ideal places for someone to go when they need to shop. In my specific instance I have a super center a mile away and for both shopping and things typical of a department store such as gardening tools or fabrics. Giving someone a Walmart gift card is a solid way to make sure that they're getting something they want beyond the scope of giving them boring old cash. At least this way there is bound to be something relevant to their needs when they go shopping with it, making it convenient and useful.
November 7, 2012 at 04:19pm
- Rhonda Gatesman:
I haven't shopped at Walmart in ages. I used to think it was convenient and had everything for a reasonable price. Now the lines are always so long and the workers never smile. I'd rather pay a little more to support local businesses and get good customer service. The last time I was there, I waited in line what seemed forever for just two items. I had a coupon, and when I got to check out, the cashier told me it was fradulent. I was very offended. I wouldn't try to steal from a store, even a store like Walmart. If she hadn't been so accusing about it maybe that would be different, but she actually acted like I was a thief or a second class citizen.
October 11, 2012 at 03:26pm
- Anonymous User:
A couple months ago, as I was riding my bike, my bicycle lock broke off. Since I was close to a WalMart, I decided to go there and buy a new lock. There was a problem, though, with locking up my bike since I didn't have a lock I could use. But I went inside the store and told them about my situation and they were kind enough to let me bring my bike inside the store and agreed to keep an eye on it while I bought a lock. So I went to pick out a lock and there was a WalMart associate there to help me pick out the right lock. I paid for the lock and thanked them for keeping an eye on my bicycle and then took it outside and locked it up. I was so happy with their courteous service that I went back inside the store and bought a couple more items.
October 3, 2012 at 02:06pm
- Mark Will:
I've never been a fan of Wal-mart, for all of the reasons people have been hearing for years. But, finances made it necessary to shop -or at least do some price comparisons - there occasionally even so. Then one day they insured I'd never come back. I was looking for a digital camera for my work group to give to a colleague for a wedding gift, since she'd need one for her honeymoon. I knew essentially what features and specs would be appropriate, and I spent a few lunch breaks checking the local stores for the camera I wanted at a good price. One afternoon, I found that camera at Wal-mart for a full $30 less than anywhere else, so I decided to buy it. And that's where everything went wrong. I took it and a couple of other items to the register, checked out, and walked to my car...and as I walked, I realized the total I just paid seemed higher than it should be. I checked my recepit, and noticed I'd been charged $28 more for the camera than it's tagged price. I immediately walked back in, went to the service desk, and pointed out the problem, so I could get the difference refunded to me. The clerk looked it up, and asked me to wait a few minutes. After about 15 minutes of standing there waiting, a man in a wrinkled in a wrinkled white shirt covering a beer belly swaggered up in his cowboy boots, and informed me he was the head of security. He also informed me that I had "clearly switched the tags on this item," which was completely untrue. The clerk had taken the camera out of a display to give it to me, and it bearer the same price tag as other identical cameras in the display. I told Mr Security this, and invited him to check the other tags, and their security video. He'd have known of that, he said, because he "knew the tags had been switched." He informed me of how illegal that was, yada, yada, yada, ignoring my protests of just wanting to buy a camera and having no desire whatsoever to play any tricks. In the end, I demanded my money back completely, and ended up buying the camera somewhere else. I did go back to Wal-mart later that evening, however, to re-confirm if the tags on the other, identical cameras did state the same as the one I'd attempted to purchase. They'd all been re-tagged over the price tag that I'd earlier seen, clearly, to a price $32 higher. Apparently, I assume, the clerk in the department made a mistake in the first place, and Mr. Security Cowboy wasn't about to let Wal-mart lose $30 on a clerk's mistake. I haven't been inside my local Wal-mart since.
October 3, 2012 at 01:50pm
- Andrew Mozeleski:
About a year ago, I went to the Wal-Mart in Mohegan Lake, NY to buy a birthday gift for my brother. I knew he wanted the Samsung Galaxy GS3 for his birthday and get it through a T-Mobile prepaid plan. I was worried that buying a cell phone as a gift would be too difficult because I would have to transfer my brother’s number and carrier info to the new phone. The employee at the store was surprisingly very helpful. Wal-Mart doesn’t have a good reputation for quality customer service so I was shocked that this transaction went smoothly. He explained to me the process for buying a T-Mobile phone as a gift. I would buy the phone now and my brother would activate the phone on-line through the T-Mobile website. I still had my reservations but I bought the phone anyway. The total came to $330 which included a free $50 T-Mobile prepaid card. My brother got back to me about the activation a week later after giving him the gift. He said it went smoothly. He activated the phone through the T-Mobile website and his old number was transferred to his new phone within a day. I was very happy to hear that. I recommend Wal-Mart as a good place to purchase a prepaid phone for yourself or others.
October 3, 2012 at 01:34pm
- Stacy Tina Spradley:
I usually buy gift cards for all my nieces and nephews for their birthday and Christmas. I find it easier to give them a gift card and let them go get what they want. I mean it is Walmart and they have all the latest toys. My nieces and nephews love being able to buy their own stuff. Walmart has the best prices and will price match other stores. I even do all my grocery shopping there as well. I have found that they are cheaper on the everyday household items. I will continue to give gift cards because that way they can get what they want and you do not have to stand in line to return it.
October 3, 2012 at 01:17pm
- Robert Neville:
I shop at Walmart often for all my household needs such as food and clothes. I have never had a problem and whenever I am having trouble finding something an employee is always around so I can ask for help. They always have low prices on many items that I buy often this and the helpful staff keep me going back to Walmart. The only thing that annoys me sometimes are the long lines at the checkout but that is only because a lot of people go shop at Walmart. One thing that I would change is to put back layaway and not just for the holidays sometimes I do not have all the money to buy a big item like a tv and would like to be paying it off little by little. Overall though I like Walmart and will continue shopping there for many more years to come.
September 26, 2012 at 02:00pm
- Brian Gskill:
I do all my shopping at Wal-Mart, they seem to have the best prices, as well as the greatest selection of the products my family needs. The only thing I really dislike about the chain is that most Wal-Mart stores seem to be underemployed, particularly at the checkout registers. The last time I visited Wal-Mart I had to wait almost 20 minutes in line! I actually pulled out my e-reader and was able to read a few pages before I finally got checked out… The whole trip took over and hour and it seems like this happens every single time I visit the store. Even the express checkout lines are long, I wish it were quicker.
September 26, 2012 at 01:45pm
- Anonymous User:
My Wal-Mart Gift Card worked just fine for me! I received a $50 gift card from my best friend and I was able to spend it immediately on what I desired. Wal-Mart is a solid department store with a fine selection overall. I can find just about anything that I want there: groceries, trendy clothing, cosmetics, and small appliances. The store lines can get pretty long, but this is mainly because everyone is trying to cash in on the daily deals! My cashiers are always pretty friendly but awfully busy (with good reason). I am fully satisfied with my experiences at Wal-Mart and with my gift card. No doubt about it, I will be going back to Wal-Mart soon like millions of other people!
September 26, 2012 at 01:39pm
- Anonymous User:
I have shopped at WalMart for years, and rarely can the prices be beat, but I’d never considered it a place to get something specialty/healthy before, but I learned my lesson just recently. We got a new puppy this year and no matter what food we tried him on, he was always itchy and had stomach problems. We figured this had to be due to allergens in his food, so kept trying different brands, including some insanely expensive brands from the pet stores. Where did we end up finding the solution? In the aisle of our local WalMart. WalMart’s Natural Life dog food has none of the regular allergens, and even with its high quality, is still cheaper than any of the specialty brands from the pet store. Head over to that big blue store today, your checkbook, and your dog, will thank you.
September 26, 2012 at 01:32pm
- Gary McCuero:
The Walmart Gift Card was the least advantageous gift card for me and all my needs, especially because of its all unpleasant surprises. I expected more convenience, but I was wrong and so was my best friend when he had recommended it to me. He said that there were many benefits of using it. I had just tried to purchase some things, but their quality was pretty poor, so I tried to give them back and take my money back, so. I didn’t manage to do that, it was horrible. Much money for nothing! The prices are as good and reasonable as the products are. I don’t recommend this gift card, there will be only disadvantages, unfortunately.
September 20, 2012 at 07:51pm
- Anonymous User:
I have had good and bad experiences with my Walmart gift card. I love the fact that the gift card is so versatile in that it can be used at the gas station at Walmart as well as in the store for purchases. And I even got a discount on my gas when using the gift card which was an extra bonus. I find it really convenient that the card can be loaded online and you don't have to go to the store just to add money to it. These were all fantastic perks to me. However, I live in Florida and my family in Ohio and when I had them load money to the card for me, Walmart stopped it from happening. While that's a good fraud prevention method, I called them and explained what was going on and how my family in another state would be adding money to the card for me to use in my state. They still didn't put the money on there and wouldn't saying that the whole situation seemed suspicious. We're talking about $30.00 here. I haven't used the gift card since and really have no desire to.
September 12, 2012 at 03:48pm
- Clay Hamilton:
I went to the Vestal, NY, Walmart one evening and purchased a PC game I had been wanting for a little while. When I got home I opened the box to install it on my PC and found out that someone had sliced through the security tape with a razor blade and slide out the CD that had the key on it that was needed to activate the game. I called Walmart and asked to be transfered to the Electronics Department. I explained to the associate what had happened and asked if there was another copy of the game there I could exchange my box for and she said yes. I asked her to pull the game aside for me and was told that she could do that. I drove back to the store and went to the Electronics Department, only to find that no one had pulled the game aside for me and that there were no more copies of the game. When I asked to speak to the associate I had spoken to on the phone, the only female in the department denied speaking to me. At this point I was fairly angry so I went to the service desk to get a refund, only to be told by the manager on duty that he wouldn't authorize the refund. He said my only option was to wait until they recevied more copies of the game in stock but he had no way to tell me when that would be. I was getting angrier and angrier so I chose to leave the store and tried to call back the next morning and speak to to the manager on duty. I explained again what had happened but the manager not only refused to authorize the refund but told me he had never heard od something like this happening, in effect accusing me of trying to scam the store. After hanging up and now VERY angry, I called the Walmart in Norwich, NY, that was about 30 miles from my house. I told them what happened and not only did they agree to exchange the game they made sure they had a copy they could hold for me and they also said they would have a ten dollar gift card for me to make up for the gas I had used in making the drive to the store. I drove out to Norwich and, sure enough, a copy of the game was waiting for me and they also gave me the promised gift card. They also said they would be in touch with the District Manager to make sure the managers at the Vestal store were instructed on proper customer care, as there's no reason they should have denied my refund. In the end I was able to get my issue resolved but not without making about driving about 100 miles.
September 5, 2012 at 04:08pm
- Bryan Malone:
I've almost never had a good experience at a Walmart. One of the worst times was when I went around 1am and even though there were probably a good 50 people at the store, they still only had one register open. So once I got my stuff, which was only about 3 items or so totaling $10 I had to get in a line that stretched from the register all the way back into the clothing section. Since I wanted to get home I went over to the self-checkout only to be told that I wasn't allowed to use it after a certain time. I was told by a Walmart employee who was just leaning up against a wall next to the first checkout aisle. He was there when I walked in and hadn't moved other than to tell me I wasn't allowed to self-checkout. Also, this isn't so much their fault, but about 50% of the store was completely blocked off for cleaning. Because of this I couldn't even get to some of the things I was there to get. It wouldn't be so bad if they cleaned a few times a week or whatever, but they do it every night. Since I shop there late at night, this makes it almost impossible. Once at the cash register the cashier was pretty nice, but honestly it's not worth the hassle of having to walk around their floor cleaners and blockades. For the record, there were maybe 4-5 people cleaning, 1 person at a register and a few stockers working, but there were about 20 employees there total. Most of them were just walking around talking to each other about personal stuff instead of opening another register so that people can actually get in and out as it was intended. If there were any other 24-hour options with the selection of Walmart, I guarantee they would be better and I would go there, but there aren't. Hopefully they get better, but I sincerely doubt it.
September 5, 2012 at 04:04pm
- Braidon Scott:
I really dislike getting Walmart gift cards. I would much rather get a cash gift than be forced to go to Walmart to spend my money. The selection is fine, but the last time I went there the service was just horrible and that seems to be the norm. Walmart is the only store I have been to that has more than half of the registers closed even on the busiest days, and the last time I was there they even closed a register right as I got to it. I dislike going to Walmart so much that I even used their card reader to get cash back on my gift card instead of having to go back to the store.
August 15, 2012 at 02:45pm
- Amy Berger:
I shop at the Walmart in Leicester, Massachusetts almost every week and I am a very satisfied customer. The store is always clean and the prices are great, too! I bought a bunch of colorful tank tops this summer for only $ 3.88 each. You can not beat that. I do most of my grocery shopping at this store, as well. The fruit and vegetable department is great. I buy tomatoes and bananas every time I shop here, and they are always fresh and delicious. Additionally, the lines are not usually very long in this location and the cashiers are very friendly, too.
August 15, 2012 at 02:30pm
- Anonymous User:
Walmart gift cards are my favorite gift cards to get. They never expire and you can essentially use them just like a debit card. I'm able to add more money to my card and check the available balance online or by asking a cashier to check it for me. It's kind of a tradition for my parents to give me a Walmart gift card on Christmas. I'm an adult now and no longer live at home and I still look forward to opening my Christmas card and seeing it. Last Christmas, like every other, I received my gift card and used it to by myself a gift. I ended up buying myself some stuff and there was some money left on the card. I threw it in my wallet and forgot about. A few months later I was at Walmart buying something with the intention to pay with cash but came up short. I then remembered about my gift card and was able to use it in addition to the cash to pay. Given that in where I live there is a Walmart every few miles, I now like to keep a Walmart gift card with money on it in my wallet in case of an emergency. I don't have to worry about carrying a lot of cash and the card never expires.
August 15, 2012 at 02:21pm
- Joe Draganowski:
Walmarts a great store, it carries almost anything you could need in one stop. They have an automotive department where you can even buy reasonable priced tires while you shop. I hate having to stop at a bunch of places to get all my shopping done. So I go there for my food and house supplies. I even can get my babies diapers in the big box, also they have a wide selection. Most places will only carry one of each brand, Walmart carries each brand and the different types of that brand. They have the store set up in sections, with the sections labeled baby, auto, electronics, etc. So I'm not having to search the entire store for what I need, I know where to look. So its a great place to shop and save money.
August 7, 2012 at 05:34pm