$20 Off $100 At Walmart Grocery With Amex Offers

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My family buys a lot of groceries. I mean a lot. Sometimes even I’m a little surprised at just how much my three kids can eat. We’re a big fan of Costco because buying in bulk works well for us and the prices are pretty good, even if they aren’t the absolute lowest. Thanks to the Amex offers they’ve been running, we’ve recently given Boxed a try as well.

For fresh produce, we’ve been using Door To Door Organics. They send you a mixed box every week and allow you to make some substitutions as well as add some other items to it. But we still find ourselves going to the supermarket occasionally for random ingredients and whatnot. So I was quite excited to see the latest Amex Offer for $20 off $100 at Walmart’s online grocery.

Walmart Supercenter courtesy of Wikimedia Commons

Save $20 off $100 with Walmart Online Grocery

From now until September 30th, you can save $20 off a combined purchase of $100 at grocery.walmart.com.

Here are the complete terms of the offer.

Enrollment limited. Offer valid only on grocery.walmart.com. Valid only on US website. Excludes purchases on third party or affiliated websites linked with/from grocery.walmart.com (such as but not limited to Walmart.com, Walmart Contacts, Walmart Checks, Walmart Photo Services, Walmart Stationary, and Walmart Moneygram). See merchant website for availability in your market. Offer is non-transferable. Must add offer to Card and use same Card to redeem. Limit 1 statement credit(s) per American Express® online account. Statement credit will appear on your billing statement within 90 days after 9/30/2017, provided that American Express receives information from the merchant about your qualifying purchase. Note that American Express may not receive information about your qualifying purchase from merchant until all items from your qualifying purchase have been provided/shipped by merchant. Statement credit may be reversed if qualifying purchase is returned/cancelled. If American Express does not receive information that identifies your transaction as qualifying for the offer, you will not receive the statement credit. For example, your transaction will not qualify if it is not made directly with the merchant. In addition, in most cases, you may not receive the statement credit if your transaction is made with an electronic wallet or through a third party or if the merchant uses a mobile or wireless card reader to process it. By adding an offer to a Card, you agree that American Express may send you communications about the offer

To activate the offer, log in to your American Express account, and scroll to the bottom of the page for a given card. You may have to click “View All” to see all the offers for your account, but keep in mind not every Amex card will receive every possible Amex Offer.

Stack with Walmart Grocery new customer offer for extreme savings

Walmart currently has a promotion where new customers can receive $10 off an order of $50 or more.

That means if you’re a new customer, you can combine the $20 savings from Amex with the $10 savings for being a new customer to save $30 off your order.

Since you’ll need to have $100 worth of charges post to your Amex card to trigger that offer, you’ll actually need to buy $110+ worth of items to stack these offers.

So effectively you’ll get $30 off $110, or a savings of 27%.

It’s worth noting that my wife received the Walmart Grocery offer on her American Express Everyday Preferred card. I am an authorized user on that account and also received the offer.

Bottom line

I’m loving the competition that is heating up in the grocery and bulk shopping space. We’re taken advantage of the Amex offers available for Boxed to stock up on cereal and toilet paper. We’re also taking advantage of the Whole Foods offer available on the Hyatt credit card.

Now we’ll be happy to save some money on cheap food with the Walmart grocery offer, as well as try out the service. I’ve noticed the designated parking spaces for pickup customers before, but hadn’t looked into it. Thanks to Amex offers, I’ll be happy to give it a try.

What has your experience been with Walmart Online Grocery?


  1. Soooo…. how’s shopping at Wal Mart part of the travel industry? This post is more appropriate on FatWallet or SlickDeals.

  2. Using the AMEX CARD at Walmart can easily TRIGGER a Financial Review, so use caution and be careful!

  3. @Travis: I don’t care how much of a deal you can get at WalMart, I (and I suspect many other readers) will never willingly go into a Walmart.
    I agree with MG that this post is not appropriate for this blog site.

  4. No offer available for this on any of my cards.

    @mg, @neil – if you don’t want to read the post then don’t read it

  5. C’mon guys (readers)!!! this is a travel blog and many people go to Walmart to do MS stuff (Billpay, MO etc) in order to meet the minimum required spending on a new CC. Making a post about a Walmart deal is not bad idea for those who spend a little of their to get/maximize their miles 😉

    The only bad thing about this is only valid for grocery.walmart.com which is not available on all Walmarts, I have a couple of WM Supercenters in a 6 miles radius but the closed WM for pick up in this case is located 12 miles from my place.

  6. I thought this was a blog about premium travel, not shopping at Wal Mart. Come on Ben, this isn’t the quality product your readers are used to seeing.

  7. What a pain trying to use this offer! I ordered a case (12 cans) of a particular soup in order to get my order high enough to trigger the offer. I set my pick-up date a week in advance in order to hopefully assist them in fulfilling the order in case it was not in stock, thinking that my order would trigger some sort of internal fulfillment. Nope. Wal-mart only LOOKS at your order within a few HOURS of attempting to fulfill it! Needless to say, several items that I ordered were not available. I had them cancel the whole thing since the unfulfilled items caused the total to dip below $100. This is my second attempt trying to order from Walmart Grocery and it will be my last. Before, they tried to substitute a bunch of things I did not want. If Walmart is trying to compete with the likes of Amazon, they are WOEFULLY unprepared and way behind before even starting. Another reason to detest Walmart.

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