This is nuts. Walmart just sucks you in. Love this and totally agree. I hate Walmart. Thanks for this post, I found you through ahalogy! Yeah, there are a lot of issues. Every single time I went to Walmart, I ended up getting sick. I could literally pinpoint it. It was a running joke in our house. Oh, you know, I did. Here was something that I figured out… I have 4 huge sons and a husband.
In the summer we went broke trying to keep everyone hydrated. I thought I was being smart when I found the local dollar store had 2 liters for a dollar regularly without a coupon. Then I found knockoff sodapop at Walmart for 84 cents per 2 liter.
But the 2 liter bottle seems smaller. And not as full. Then I found 2-liters at 79 cents each at where??? K-mart… OMG!!! They are always there. And the kinds vary. But they are regular size and they are as full as namebrands. This taught me to be choosy about every single purchase. BTW found you on Pinterest! LadyNonaLuna, yes!
I love your story. I compare the smallest of details like how full something is, how many oz, etc. I had a friend argue with me about how she was getting a better deal on her shipping tape at Costco a while back. But, I happen to have a Costco price list, how much everything I buy is, the weight, oz, etc. So, when she was out of tape, she contacted me for the info.
Call me crazy, but every single penny counts, and they DO try to trick us in small ways like that. Great for you that you noticed that!!! For water, you might consider a water filter machine. You can get refills and the 5 gallon jug almost anywhere. The water is around 35 cents per gallon. I also have clothes I purchased at least a decade ago that are still going strong as well. But the last pair of jeans I bought started to rip through only 9 months after I purchased them. Though, over the years, even the news has said they got greedy.
They starting inching up their prices little by little, and people like me, who know their prices inside and out and keep lists, notice. The older products were much stronger, lasted just the same as everywhere else, etc. When I still shopped there, I found that places like Target were much cheaper AND the stores were clean, Target had store coupons and a price match policy.
Forget a coupon? No problem. One of the other major concerns I had shopping at Walmart was a lack of integrity at the cash register. Seemed like every shopping trip, there were items that rang up incorrectly, overcharging me. Do most people watch as things are being rung up? Do most people audit their receipts? I call that, highway robbery!
The store employees seem to be SO UN-friendly. Store is a mess, dirty, filthy. These are some of the reasons I stopped shopping there. Go the extra mile? That makes me mad worse than anything else. Pay your employees what they are worth! They have food they need to get on the table too! Meanwhile, men at the corporate top get rich and all the people at the bottom suffer, painstakingly to help them get rich.
The same is true in banking, especially at U. Bank when I worked there. As an ex- Wal-mart employee, I can tell you we, the employees, seem to be the only ones getting the good deals because of our discount. I worked in Customer Service and I could tell why someone was returning something before it was out of their mouth because it had come in before. The sad news is, people use Wal-mart as a rent-a-center or should I say free center and punch their cards for the five-finger-discount club.
We become very jaded up at customer service. The rules are there to keep people from stealing but it is by those very same rules we have to turn away the honest people. I suppose what I am trying to say is, respect is a two-way street and there were customers I enjoyed seeing and everything was fine, even with it being our first meeting. But there were some customers who acted like spoiled children for not getting everything and a bag of chips.
I even had one fellow associate tell me she had a woman in her line where the little girl had been telling her she needed to potty even before they came up to the til. Before the transaction finished, the little girl just went in her pants and her mother did nothing to clean her up nor the mess on the floor. You are so right! I think Wal-Mart employees are so mistreated by customers. This reminds me of another Wal-Mart problem.
Selling food with wrong expiration date. Ice cream that melted down and was shoved back in the freezer, etc etc. All this stuff in the comment section and I already knew through personal experience. I save a ton of money buying things at the dollar store. Especially with greeting cards, party supplies and cleaning supplies. Greeting cards are definitely cheaper there than anywhere else.
For the cleaning supplies, I get them free through doTerra. I did used to buy the pet carpet powder you sprinkle on before vacuuming at the dollar store, but I noticed the last time I went the last product I bought there , the size had drastically reduced, by a LOT.
So, it became the same price for me as say Target or Fred Meyer. So, I was able to cross that store off my list as well. If you keep the receipt, you can return the item and exchange it for a like item for free. So, box the receipts just in case. I have shopped at WM since the s. It has drastically changed. Poor old Sam is spinning in his grave!!! Yes, it is very much that way Carol. Same with Disney once Walt died.
Totally different direction, and not for the better. As for returns. I always seem to get someone to fight me. Some sort of water filter. So, I asked the cashier, but it was already done. I had to go to returns. So, I had my full basket of groceries, went straight to returns and told them. They treated me like a criminal! I told them what happened. She gave me such trouble. Now, I could see how that would be possible with a water filter, to return a used one, but my receipt had the time and date like minutes ago!
Apparently, with my soft voice and my friendly smile, I look like a criminal. As for exchanging for a like item that the new item will break on me again, no thanks. Tried that a few times too. Nope, nothing will ever get me back into a Walmart store. Also, I have had customers buy top name brands in the store then go into the fitting room and switch the tags of an old item and new item and put the tags on the old item so, they get the new item for free.
Not defending the clerk at Wal-Mart but this is a problem for a lot of stores in our area. Not just Wal-Mart. The problem is the thieves work in pairs. One goes back and buys the item and steps outside with his cart. His buddy then hands him a used water filter, in your case, and takes the new one from him and they put the used in the box for the new one.
They are quick. They can do this usually in less than a minute sometimes 2. First guy then goes back in with cart and receipt and returns item he bought in error. It is frustrating for the store. My husband works at home depot and this happens all the time. Some stores only issue store credit but then the crooks take the gift card outside and find someone to sell it too to get the cash they want.
It is awful what they do. Jacqui, yeah, I definitely understand there are a lot of crooks out there. I think it comes down to being a smart shopper wherever you go and checking the quality. I sew and know what to look for when clothes shopping. Some things like baking soda, cat litter, plastic hangers, etc — I just want under one roof to save gas and time. I used to work for a manufacturing company that made hunting products and the like.
The materials we used for those items that shipped to walmart were of much less quality than those sent to the sporting goods stores. I found out that walmart had demanded my company use the poor quality materials. Sorry to hear that. It seems to be the same story we are hearing over and over from different companies. They are using poor quality for the Walmart bound items and higher quality or for the other stores. This was years and years ago, but after a few things like that I wondered if it were possible.
I think that Walmart just tries to get the product out there to the masses and make the most amount of money. Honestly, my life has become SO much simpler now that I buy high quality items. I buy it once and it lasts me for years. Most of the things I buy are online nowdays. Even on Black Friday. For the past several years, even before it became popular, I did all my Black Friday shopping online. Thank you so much for sharing Carrie! But name brand food not being the same sounds boarder line paranoid.
In my area walmart is cheaper on food and some other items I can never or rarely find coupons for. Target only pans out for me if I have coupons plus red card. Though I like target brand freeze bags, moisturizer and clothes better. I fully agree. I can do just fine at Target and my grocery store. Sarah, thank you for sharing. I started getting mad at myself.
Like, why did I go so overboard. They make you trade. The last time I went there, years ago, I remember being so incredibly thoughtful. What I DO like about Walmart is their very liberal return policy. I was recently browsing laptops on Amazon and many buyers had complained about getting lemons which they then had to send to the manufacturer for repair and pay shipping or return to Amazon and pay return shipping and get charged a restocking fee.
Many shoppers browse Amazon to compare prices and read the reviews, but they buy at Walmart because of their liberal return policy. Just get treated like a criminal each time I try to return something. When I saw opened and taped back up underwear yes, underwear! If I buy something and I keep having to use their return policy, why buy there? It really bugs me that Walmart and other stores too put the returns back on the shelf for full price.
When I buy something new, I want it to be new. Buying something for me and having to return it all the time is a waste of my time. Why would Walmart open themselves up to all that? I guess I just feel like Walmart is not honest with me when they do things like that.
Liberal is certainly not the word for the west coast. Fifteen days with receipt. And only managers can look up transactions period. Only when it was for a manufacturer warranty or some circumstance without a return would management look it up. And forget it if it was cash. Never say never. I have gotten plenty of great deals from the dollar store and Walmart. I think you just have to know what to look for.
Dish cloths, sponges, brushes and other cleaning supplies are a great buy at the Dollar Tree. Also party supplies and coloring books. And I find the cleanliness and politeness of Walmarts depend on the location. My computer is a cheap emachine brand that I bought at Walmart for my mom but she never used.
I have been using it for 3 years now and it has fewer problems none than my Dell had. The jeans I bought, however, stretched out and ripped in the seams. Some people have bad experiences and some have good. I agree! I have a list of products I only buy from dollar tree because they are so much less expensive and the same quality as what I would buy elsewhere.
You DO have to be discriminating though, because the store is a mix of quality and cheap. For example, I used to buy lint rollers there we have a dog who sheds tremendously , but the last time I went, the rollers where literally falling apart in the bins. It is super tight, but workable. I agree with it being hit or miss. I used the buy the carpet deodorizer for pets when you vacuum, the sprinkle powder kind.
It was a huge box for a buck. But, the last time I went, it was WAY smaller. Like by a LOT. Now, with the size difference, I get it for the same price as my regular store. Wow, they just built a Whole Foods here. Thanks for the heads up. That sounds great. We live in a toss-away society and things seem to be made to fall apart quicker.
And I have never been treated like a criminal for returning an item. They just shrug and go through the process. Dollar Tree does have some good items for a quality price. For example, I buy cleaning supplies, greeting cards, party supplies, soap, shampoo, and candles there. Walmart is good for frozen food, spices, office supplies, and canned goods.
I save on produce and meat at Aldi and a local grocery store called Shoppers. For clothes and shoes, I prefer going to discount stores like TJMaxx. I do not like walmart at all. My husband works for a national beverage company. He was working as a salesman and walmart was one of the stores on his route. Walmart treats not only their employees horrible but their vendors too.
It is sickening to know what goes on behind the scenes. We do not like their stores and do not shop them. The stores are dirty, understaffed and do not sell american made products like they one did eons ago. Sadly this company is contributing to the poverty in america.
Go to youtube and type in Walmart Food Stamps and you will see what I mean. I know. I agree with the Walmart issue. I avoid Walmart like the plague, but sometimes I have no choice but to go there. I hate doing it, but sometimes I have to. I buy some cheaper candles, vases, and sometimes floral picks from there. Also, some of their cleaners work well, too. I totally get it Kristina.
Then, after we are out of meals, I can easily just go grocery shopping for a week. I know someone who is at the grocery store every other day and buys only a couple days at a time. Her grocery bill is massive. I am a big Aldis fan. Almost all my shopping is done there. Since I do not coupon I do ad match at Walmart about every 2 weeks. I stick to my list and get in and get out. I make my own laundry detergent and the ingredients are cheaper at WM.
We have a very nice WM with very nice cashiers. As far as the DT goes I do buy quite a bit from there. All party supplies,they have a great degreaser agent. Toothbrushes etc. I also buy lots of personal items for our xmas boxes at xmas time and to donate to shelters.
I do watch the sizes of everything. I buy 10 boxes at a time for my kids school and home use. If you have a budget and stick to it I really do not care where anyone shops,. I know they are always in need of tolietries like that! I just found your site and was very interested to read this article. I have to say though, I was pretty disappointed. I agree that for a lot of items, especially ones that will get heavy use, it might make sense to pay more somewhere else to get a better quality one.
However, Walmart has good prices on kids clothes, school supplies, cleaning supplies and many grocery items. Also diapers and wipes. My elementary aged kids have grown up wearing clothes from walmart and we have never had any problems with their clothes. We bought all of their diapers and wipes there and were very pleased with the results. While I am happy for you that you are able to avoid shopping at Walmart and are able to get good deals on what you purchase, I think you could have focused more on that point of the article and a little less on how awful Walmart and by extension, the people who shop there is.
Thank you for sharing Laura. I do not believe that people who shop at Walmart are awful, so if anything I said reads that way, I apologize. For me, I have found that Walmart was keeping me poor. If I am to take my responsibility before God seriously, to teach other women how to save money, I have to talk about the bad as well as the good, although not always pleasant for me.
Years and years ago, before extreme couponing became popular, Walmart was my favorite store. I shopped them several times a week, but saw a slow decline in quality and the prices kept going up. Because I shopped there a lot, and in the wee hours of the morning when most customers were still sleeping, I saw a lot more than most. It may be different elsewhere, I surely hope it is. I want good quality groceries for the lowest price.
Any tips on any of these? It really depends by area and store. What I do when determining which store gives me the best prices is to make a chart of all the foods I buy on a regular basis and then write down the prices at each store. Then, I can see where is giving me the best deals on most of the food I buy. Then, I just shop there. I generally stick with 1 or 2 and that gives me a pretty good range of good deals.
Bought them earlier this summer. I did buy black shoes for work there and they lasted just fine. There are only a couple Walmart employees that are actually friendly lol. I buy all of my canned goods with case-lot sales at my local store, and buy some things at Costco, but for most of my shopping, Walmart is the cheapest with price-matching , and the quality is good too.
Brand out there…. That said, I take note of your hose experience and will keep that in mind for products that I will eventually be able to afford we are currently in need of a new hose after I drove over the end of ours and smashed it flat! I totally agree.. They may make your tooth paste 50 cents cheaper.. But your deodorant just went up a dollar without u noticing. They put up those little flags to let u know what is advertised and on rollback..
But of course there is nothing to tell u when sonething goes UP. Walmart is a HUGE company because they are pros at paying their employees wayyyy too little and tricking people into thinking they are helping u save money so u can live better. Research says the majority of their employees that are over worked and exhausted are on food stamps and family assistance..
Enough said. Like several others who posted above, a friend of mine is the manager for the the Hanes Her Way brand and for 10 or 15 yrs Walmart has strict specifications that they require for the Hanes Her Way products in their store — more cheaply made of course.
I hate what they stand for and how they treat their employees — the Waltons are the richest of the rich and they pay their employee so little they must go on public assistance — and then we end up paying anyway. What a racket! No thanks! I rejoined Costco because I get great values on dog and cat food, gasoline, and several other items especially when combined with store coupons. I do Bulk Food elsewhere and whatever little remaining at my local grocery a mile from my home.
They say they are all beef hot dogs. Look closer. The 1st ingredient is beef, The 2nd ingredient is maltodextrin. Do you know what the primary ingredient maltodextrin is used in? Do you know what Benefiber is? A laxative! No wonder I was trotting to the rest room so quick after consuming one of their dogs. Speak about adding fillers to their products!
No arguments, no problems. I go to Walmart for cat litter and juice boxes. They have the best price on both in my area. I totally agree. I grew up in a household where we were not allowed to go to Walmart at ALL. Their prices have skyrocketed over the past few months.
Thank you for sharing Hannah. Unfortunately, they also have a huge budget to pay people to say nice things about them and cover their tracks. We moved from an area where we only had Walmart and one other grocery store, which was over 25 minutes away, and now we drive 10 minutes and have a huge selection of stores with quality products in our new location. We had come to Rarely shop at walmart until about a month ago when the Walmart Falcon Jet came into my husbands work to get routine maintenance and updating done to it.
From reading The Tightwad Gazette years ago, I learned about cost per use and when buying something of quality matters. Some items are investment items that should be good quality so they will last for years such as large appliances, power or garden tools. Thus the cost per use is very low.
We bought a Sears Craftsman garden hose because they are guaranteed for life. Love free warranties! I love this! Finally someone is bold enough to say this! It is so true. You know I spent a long time wondering if I was crazy!?
I was certain Walmarts brand name products were inferior to other stores. My bars of soap, rolls of toilet paper, paper towels, etc, were always smaller than, say, Target. For the exact same brand! Thank you for confirming I am not the only one out there that has noticed this!!
Awesome post. Pinning it now. Right now I am wearing jeans from Walmart that I bought for work 3 years ago. They wash just fine and have lasted for 3 years and counting. I also shop at other stores for clothing too. I do shop at Walmart, but I wanted to mention something that I came across recently. I bought Q-Tips at Walmart recently and when I went to use them, I noticed they were very flimsy and much cheaper than the way they used to be.
I went on their facebook page and noticed many others complaining. I mentioned it to a friend, and she stopped by Dollar General to pick up a pack and test it out. To our confusion, the DG pack was the old, normal, sturdy ones. I am convinced, after comparing both and buying several boxes, that they sell Walmart a cheaper version!
I love Walmart. For things like name-brand shampoo, conditioner, antiperspirant, laundry detergent, paper towels, cleaning products, etc. Just not worth my time. I can count on Walmart to have good prices and to generally have a good selection of items I need.
With that said, obviously you get what you pay for. I buy from actual clothing stores. Same with furniture and electronics — I buy from specialty shops usually. But for bulk items, many food items, and toiletries, Walmart is fabulous. Brands exist and last for a reason… people trust them to be good and their products reliable.
Like I said, usually you get what you pay for. I definitely agree. You get what you pay for. Even though Walmart has some really great low prices you may end up paying more in the long-run because you will be replacing the items in your house sooner than necessary. I wrote a post on this called Frugal vs. Our experience was when we bought a pair of running shoes for my husband at Wal-Mart. We bought the most expensive pair they had.
They gave him blisters and fell apart quickly. They were awful! We went to a shoe store and got him a more expensive pair that is not only more comfortable, but he is still wearing them. When it comes to the Dollar Store, you need to pay close attention to the sizes. They are often much smaller thus you are actually paying more. As with any store, we have to really scrutinize those oz and have a price sheet with us and calculator.
I love your attention to detail. Awesome job! I hate walmart. Typically when I do shop there there is a walmart express near my apartment I spend more than if I were to go to Trader Joes for Groceries and Walgreens for dry goods paper towel, toilet paper etc. I price match my groceries and household items from Walmart.
So I would have to say Walmart is not making us poorer. I do not coupon because we eat whole foods, lean meats and produce. If they start making coupons for sweet potatoes sign me up! You do need to be careful at the dollar store but some items are worth it, like pregnancy test, foil food pans, some of the make up, gift bags and movie treats.
A rainy day art project from the dollar store, life saver! I agree with you in most respects. Sadly, I have found that paying more for a product, even at a supposedly better store, does not guarantee a more quality product. For example, the soles of my husbands name-brand shoes not purchased at Walmart began separating after less than a year of use.
The same is true of mattresses—they used to come with year warranties and now the recommendation is to replace them after 7 years. Which brings me to a point on which I disagree with you—cars. I consider any car purchase a gamble.
According to Edmunds. Another peeve I have with WM is the customer mentality that they have bred. While working there I witnessed extreme customer manipulation Customer is always right!! HA all for the sake of keeping them happy. This means WM customer base has learned to be complete and utter arseholes. Their crap is worse than it was 14 yrs ago when I worked there. My home town in the mid west pretty much just has WM though so unfortunately they have made their mark on the country- running out mom and pop stores- stores that used to sell farm local produce and such at normal prices.
What if the item is the exact same brand? And it is cheaper at Walmart? Then would you buy it there? A good example is pregnancy tests. They are much cheaper at Walmart than at other stores or pharmacies in my town. I prefer to shop at Costco because of their great return policy but then they are known for the impulse buy.
That is even worse than Walmart. I buy quality products and can always get them cheaper elsewhere. So you can still shop there online with a lot of their products and get free shipping to your door. Practically any store online you can get free shipping. I am not a fan of walking into Walmart, but ours are clean, and service is friendly.
I know how to get comparable and better deals at other stores, and my daughter wore lots of Gymboree for less than Walmart prices. However, time and gas are worth something, and being able to get poster board, spray paint, cat food, and a couple of grocery items under one roof without the 10 mile drive to Target is pretty appealing at times.
Dollar Tree is a savings for specific things, but you need to pay attention to sizes and know prices elsewhere. While i do love walmarts prices ive learned to shy away from certain things like kids clothes and shoes they are terrible quality and honestly i find great deals at better stores such as gap or target….
Lumber Liquidators purchases 3rds off the dock in China. This is why they are able to offer such low prices. Walmart cares as little about their customer loyalty as they do about their employees. There are multiple reasons why I avoid WalMart. The quality is certainly one. While in college a professor told us that WalMart has so much control over the market that they tell the supplies what the maximum is they will pay for a product usually less than they would change.
The supplier is left with 2 choices. I think people would be wise to follow your advice to just purchase quality products to begin with. Girl it is so refreshing to see an intelligent person who believes the same way I do. I do not shop at Wal-Mart. They are out for Wal-Mart only and are putting the Mom and Pop stores out of business. I have many options available to me. Not only that, but quality shoes are better and necessary for your entire body and future health issues.
Even pricey shoes are not created equal. Shoes are a regular purchase to splurge on! I normally do not comment on any websites or anything but I am sooo happy you have said this. God Bless you. This is sooo true! It is so very true. I found it extremely difficult to refrain from shopping there. I lived in a very small community, surrounded by other small communities. I had over an hour drive to a larger city for shopping.
I still live in a small community, but at least where I am now I do have options. Walmart has overtaken the small towns and areas around them. Leaving many people without options. When I started my boycott, I tried to get other folks on board…to set up a shopping system. Like one or two would go to the city to shop and others would send money and list with them…then take turns going.
I still voice my opinion…and sometimes I do go to Walmart. I try not to get anymore than I have to from them tho. I am actually moving towards off grid living and making as many of my own products as possible. I am very excited about this, as it will lessen my reliance on companies such as Walmart. As far as the Dollar Store and others like it…the same holds true.
A reason that if uncovered, may not sit well with you. Check out the documentary. Remember too Sams Club is owned by the same family. Nor do I believe they have done enough to change for the better. Good luck to all and happy shopping!! Years ago, when the Christian community boycotted Walmart because Walmart was financially supporting some companies against Christian morals, I lived in a city where Walmart was it.
I went to three other stores just to get around Walmart. I also learned that by shopping around, I was actually saving more money. In my particular situation, it worked out great. Now I live in a city where there are plenty of choices. Went looking for Christmas lights for the tree. Walmart cost over 6 dollars for the same ones that I bought at Menards for 4 dollars. Wal-Mart clothes sizes for women changed. If you look at the size of a 2x tee shirt it is only a large, so you have to buy a larger size and pay a higher price.
But it is not just clothes. There are a lot of things that you get taken on. Hi, I am wondering how to get a paper copy of your book. I do not have Kindle. Thank you so much! Great question Lisa! Target is a 30 min. Sometimes people have no alternative to WalMart or the Dollar Store.
I agree that making your own cleaners, laundry detergent and other personal products with essential oils, coconut oil, etc. I think looking for American-made products is also important. That stinks. Obviously ya gotta eat. Hi, I am trying to live on smaller budget. I was working away from home over 60 hours a week and my health could not do this any more.
I want to save money and be happier, but not kill myself anymore. Thank you for some of your ideas! I love this post. When I was younger, I always bought Wal Mart everything, but would always have to go back and buy the same thing again and again and again. You save so much by buying quality the first time. Do you have any tips and suggestions on where to shop and how to plan so that we save money? Ah, someone young that gets it! I have lived the way you do my entire life.
I also only pay cash for everything. In order to keep a decent credit rating, I will use a credit card to make a purchase only if I can pay the balance in full. I also pay cash for my vehicles. I drive a ton so my cars are worthless when I am through with them. My Honda Civic has , miles on her, all driven solely by me. I shop at WM a lot. The more comments I read the worse it got. I am now wondering about other discount stores. What about Ross and TJ Max? I shop Ross all the time; TJ Max are much more expensive for similar items.
Am I really buying overruns, or are they specially made inferiors. Target is an extreme large chain store. You have opened a can of worms for me. I used to shop Whole Foods and see what they are doing in NY. I will have to consider all of this. So I have never been in their store, but they are big, too. Walmart will be launching on Google Express in late-September and if you want to be notified when they join, let us know.
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