A Walmart shopper claims to have a hidden offer, meaning customers can double the product for half price.
A trade hunter named Sean managed to find some plastic containers while at his local supermarket.
A Walmart shopper has claimed customers can get their hands on a hidden dealCredit: TikTok/SuperUnsexy
A pack of four Rubbermaid storage bins normally costs $3.14 Credit: TikTok/SuperUnsexy
A pack of Rubbermaid storage cases is typically $3.14 at Walmart, but Sean claims he found a pack of eight for half the price.
He said the item was in the clearance section of the household goods aisle.
Sean said the product had a green lid and footage showed it was placed behind a shelf.
The label on the item said it was a limited edition.
Sean said, “This is great news because the store is probably trying to get rid of that color.”
Walmart buyers cannot purchase the eight-pack containers on the retailer’s website.
Some onlookers were skeptical about the bargain hunter’s cheap find.
One said, “I’m in Harris County and I rarely get clearance items.”
While another commented, “My Walmart doesn’t have any of these items for sale as such.”
But other shoppers were grateful that the shopkeeper shed light on the find.
Dozens of social media influencers have shared their bargains online after purchasing from the major retailer.
A couponing expert by the name of cute.and.crazy.couponer claimed she managed to buy four Olay products for less than $10.
She encouraged shoppers to download two apps, Ibotta and Shopkick, if they want to save.
And shopping experts are recommending several products that shoppers should try to save money amid inflation.
Walmart’s Great Value brand potato chips will satisfy your cravings without breaking the bank, consultants said.
“You’ll be surprised how good the cheap potato chips are compared to the more expensive branded versions,” shopping advisor Rose Wisemans told GoBanking Rates.
And Katie Roberts, a consumer analyst at DealNews, said a 16-ounce box of Great Value Crackers costs just $1.12.
Shoppers can also purchase inexpensive mugs for beverages, baby products, and coffee pods.
And a self-proclaimed second-hand shopping expert named Tiff claimed she could get 95 percent off clothes and accessories.
She said she was able to get huge discounts even though the full price of the items was increased.
A Walmart superfan shared her grocery store weekly after revealing she was feeding five of her family members for $85.
The limited edition product was hidden behind a shelfCredit: TikTok/SuperUnsexy
Self-checkout scanning appeared to cost half the cost of containersCredit: TikTok/SuperUnsexy