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Walmart offers two credit cards to earn you rewards on your purchases. We have listed the benefits of each and how they stack up against alternative cash back programs.
If you’re a frequent shopper at Walmart you may be tempted to get one of the store’s credit cards. Walmart offers two branded cards: a store only card and the Walmart MasterCard. Both cards come with the promise of cash-back rewards, but they are only worth considering if you have a low FICO score.
Everything You Need To Know and How to Automatically Extend Your Return Window
If you’ve changed your mind or an item didn’t live up to your expectations, you’re covered by Walmart return policy. The world’s largest retailer has a generous return policy, which is typically 90 days after buying your item. However, even 3 months might not be enough. If you want an extension, you can use your credit card’s built-in return protection to extend the period of time. While you might have to file a claim with the credit card company (draining your free time), you can use Sift to have those claims filed automatically. Plus, Sift can keep track of each item’s return window—automatically.Read More »