It worked fine up to the point when they changed to whom they will compare their pricing. At first the entire list of purchased items was compared including drug store items and produce.
Now they are systematically removing items and companies they compare to and adding all kinds of rules that will eliminate them from making any payments to the customer. I think Walmart launched this with the full intention of using this just to track what people are buying and has nothing to do with them wanting to save their customers money. It worked at first as they said, but then they started with the eliminations and all the rules and now its just a tracking device.
Don't bother, its not worth the effort and will only benefit Walmart. So what else is new right?
Reason of review: Not as described.
Preferred solution: Just keep programs and incentives honest but don't disguise a program as a customer incentive when it isn't. I dont' know why anyone would trust Walmart to do anything that doesn't benefit Walmart. .