Walmart Inc is an American multinational retail corporation that operates a chain of hypermarkets (also called supercenters), discount department stores, and grocery stores in the United States, headquartered in Bentonville, Arkansas. The company was founded by Sam Walton in nearby Rogers, Arkansas in 1962 and incorporated under Delaware General Corporation Law on October 31, 1969. It also owns and operates Sam’s Club retail warehouses.

As of July 31, 2022, Walmart has 10,585 stores and clubs in 24 countries, operating under 46 names. The company operates under the name Walmart in the United States and Canada, as Walmart de México y Centroamérica in Mexico and Central America, and Flipkart Wholesale in India. It has wholly owned operations in Chile, Canada, and South Africa. Since August 2018, Walmart held only a minority stake in Walmart Brasil, renamed Grupo Big in August 2019, with 20 percent of the company’s shares, and private equity firm Advent International holding 80 percent ownership of the company. They eventually divested their shareholdings in Grupo Big to French retailer Carrefour in a transaction worth R$7 billion completed on June 7, 2022.

We will match the price on Walmart.com for items bought at a Walmart store in the United States that are the same as those on Walmart.com (Restrictions apply – see below)

The following limitations apply:

  • The customer must tell the worker how much something costs.
  • When a Price Match is asked for, the item must be in stock on Walmart.com.
  • They can check the price and availability of the same thing if they want to (i.e., size, model, quantity, brand, color, etc.)
  • If the register asks for supervisor approval, the supervisor must log on to Walmart.com through a store terminal to check the price and availability of the same item (same size, model, quantity, brand, color, etc.) before the price will be matched.
  • We reserve the right to only sell one of each item to each customer per day.
  • Only in New Mexico are there limits on how many you can buy to sell.
  • Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico are not able to price match.

They don’t go together:

  • Prices at Walmart.com that are on sale for special events (including but not limited to clearance, rollback, Black Friday or Cyber Monday deals, or limited-time promotions)
  • Prices from Walmart Marketplace Retailers or the Marketplace Retailers of competitors, third-party sellers, auction sites, or sites that require a membership.
  • Bundle offers, Instant Rebates, Mail-in Offers, Offers that include financing, Ads that require a purchase to get a gift card, Percent Off, or Buy One Get One Free ads without a price.
  • Other Walmart or Neighborhood Market stores’ prices
  • Competitors listed prices.

The manager on duty makes the final call on whether or not to match a price.

Walmart can change this policy’s rules at any time if they want to.