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[Walmart] $5 and $10 off $50 grocery promo, no pickup fee

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[Walmart] $5 and $10 off $50 grocery promo, no pickup fee

My original post with the better deal has expired, but there seems to be enough interest for the $5 and $10 off $50 codes that are still valid.

Use promo code SHOP to save $10 on your next Walmart.ca order of $50 or more.

Use promo code BZZSHARE to save $5 on your next Walmart.ca order of $50 or more.

Walmart has cancelled the $3 pickup fee, so the codes amount to potentially 10-20% off your Walmart purchase!
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I tried to use my eVoucher and get this message, The eVoucher you’ve selected is not eligible for this order so it has not been applied. Please continue with your checkout. We’re sorry for the inconvenience." I have $10 off order and $20 off order eVouchers and neither work. Wondering what causes them to be "not eligible"!
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Serpentine wrote:
Aug 17th, 2017 12:15 pm
I tried to use my eVoucher and get this message, The eVoucher you’ve selected is not eligible for this order so it has not been applied. Please continue with your checkout. We’re sorry for the inconvenience." I have $10 off order and $20 off order eVouchers and neither work. Wondering what causes them to be "not eligible"!
What do you have in your cart? You need at least some items from Walmart grocery, either >$50 in total or a combo of groceries (click on the green "shop groceries" image) and non grocery items from walmart.ca, you need to pick a store for pickup and a pickup time and put in your cell number, and after all of that when you continue with checkout you will be able to use your evoucher that you have applied to your account (you will be able to select which evoucher you use from a drop down). Hope this helps! But it may be as simple as you not having grocery pickup available at any store in Sudbury which is most of the problem for you being able to use your evouchers.
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I am facing the same issue even after having grocery items in my cart. If this is of any significance I am selecting Canada post as the pickup point.

Any idea what could be the issue ?
Last edited by coolkunal on Aug 17th, 2017 1:08 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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coolkunal wrote:
Aug 17th, 2017 1:08 pm
I am facing the same issue even after having grocery items in my cart. If this is any significance I am select Canada post as the pickup point.

Any idea what could be the issue ?
This is for store pickup.
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From at quick glance at some of the prices, the promo code will probably just bring the final bill down to what one can pickup anywhere. mybe less if is a sale item

example- 5.97 for 375gr of ML bacon , regularly 3.99 on sale these days !
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FatWallet wrote:
Aug 17th, 2017 1:14 pm
This is for store pickup.

Thanks, back in the days when there was a $3 fee. I used to apply these on Canada post pickup as well. Guess it has changed ... too bad for me
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How do you select Wallymart as the pickup location? Only offering me Canada post, and my order is too heavy for CP.
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whoa whoa... is there no more $3 pickup fees for good??
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eVouchers are only good for pick-ups. If you don't book a slot first, you're telling the system you want it shipped.

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auto-m8 wrote:
Aug 17th, 2017 1:15 pm
From at quick glance at some of the prices, the promo code will probably just bring the final bill down to what one can pickup anywhere. mybe less if is a sale item

example- 5.97 for 375gr of ML bacon , regularly 3.99 on sale these days !
I think they price match online as well so if you find it advertised lower somewhere they should match the price. Not sure how you would do it online though.
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whoa whoa whoa...yes they did.
djrobinn wrote:
Aug 17th, 2017 1:41 pm
whoa whoa... is there no more $3 pickup fees for good??

WOULD SOMEBODY THINK OF THE CHILDREN!!!
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Got free delivery to my home...stocked up on juice boxes for school lunches. $10 off 50.
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