Does Walmart Take PayPal? [How To Pay, Website, Items & More]

Walmart has different payment options, but does Walmart take Paypal? In this guide, we'll talk about using Paypal at Walmart, how to use it, and more.

Walmart is one of the world’s biggest retailers, which is evident in the company’s net worth, millions of weekly customer visitors, and thousands of branches all over the world. And one of the reasons Walmart is so big is that they offer a very convenient experience for customers.

Walmart stocks up on a wide variety of items in their stores and sells them at low prices, which is why customers regularly flock to Walmart Supercenters. However, another reason Walmart is so popular is that they cater to customers’ needs by accepting different payment options and offering a wide variety of different services.

But can you use your PayPal account to pay at Walmart?

PayPal is one of the most popular e-wallets out there since it was one of the first services of its kind. With PayPal, customers can pay for a bunch of different products and services online, and in this article, we’ll figure out if you can use your PayPal digital wallet for your Walmart purchases.

We go through whether or not Walmart accepts these payments, how you can pay with PayPal at Walmart, and some other details you have to know before trying to pay for your Walmart order with PayPal.

Read on to learn more.

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Can You Use PayPal At Walmart?

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As of 2022, customers may use PayPal to pay for their Walmart purchases.

The store accepts a variety of payment options such as credit and debit cards, cash, and digital wallets like PayPal. You can use your PayPal account to pay for in-store and online Walmart purchases, which makes it much more convenient for many customers.

On top of that, in some stores, customers can even do some things to further manage their PayPal account. And if you want to learn how to use PayPal at Walmart, keep reading as we’ll discuss all the details of using PayPal at Walmart in the next section.

How To Pay With PayPal At Walmart

Upon its original launch, PayPal was an online-purchase-only platform. That meant that account holders could only use PayPal to pay for their online purchases. However, in this day and age, PayPal has made significant advancements as they partnered with Mastercard in 2007 to offer a range of debit, credit, and prepaid cards.

So, if you’re shopping in Walmart’s Supercenters, you can use any one of these cards to make your payment. Since Walmart accepts Mastercard, all of these cards should work just fine.

However, if you want to use the app or website to pay for in-store purchases, you cannot do it at Walmart.

When at the counter, simply present your PayPal credit, debit, or prepaid card to the cashier or swipe it yourself if you’re in a self-checkout lane. Once the payment has been processed, you will receive the receipt and then you can exit the store.

Does Walmart Accept PayPal Credit?

Yes, if you have a PayPal credit card, you can use it at Walmart.

When PayPal partnered with Mastercard in 2007, all of its cards were made by the company. So, that means that you can swipe your PayPal credit card just like any other credit card at Walmart and expect the payment to go through with no problems.

Can I Use Contactless PayPal Payments At Walmart?

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PayPal offers contactless payment options to card and account holders. There are certain PayPal cards equipped with contactless payment technology while the app also offers contactless payment methods to members. However, you cannot use this technology at Walmart.

As of 2022, Walmart hasn’t been equipped with the NFC (near-field communication) technology used by the PayPal apps and contactless cards. So, even if you have a contactless PayPal credit or debit card available, you have to swipe it like a traditional card just the same when paying for your Walmart purchases.

With that said, Walmart does accept one other contactless payment option. This payment option is available through Walmart’s own platform called Walmart Pay. You can use this service by signing up on the Walmart app, providing a payment card, then you will be given a secure QR code to be scanned at checkout whenever you use the service.

So, just because you can’t use PayPal contactless payment options at Walmart, you can use Walmart Pay if you want to go through a contactless transaction.

Can I Pay With PayPal On The Walmart Website?

Yes, among the many different payment options available on the Walmart website is PayPal.

When you’re on the Walmart website or app, you can add a variety of items to your cart. When shopping on the website, you have more options available to you as Walmart hosts a bunch of different third-party vendors that offer products unavailable in physical Walmart stores.

Once you’ve added everything you need to your cart, you can proceed to the checkout page. On this page, you can select your preferred payment option. There is a specific button for PayPal payments which you can select to pay for your bill with your PayPal funds.

You can also do this when shopping on the Walmart app. The Walmart app offers a smoother user experience compared to the website, which is why many shoppers recommend shopping on the app instead.

Another advantage of shopping on Walmart online is that you don’t need to create an account to pay with PayPal. So, if you want to shop as a guest and pay with your PayPal account, that’s no problem on the Walmart website.

Can I Withdraw PayPal Money From Walmart?

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As of 2018, Walmart created a system that allows customers to manage their PayPal accounts in their stores. If you have the PayPal app on your phone, you can go to a variety of Walmart locations to deposit money in your account. There is a $3 fee per deposit, which is important to keep in mind.

On top of that, in certain Walmart locations, customers may even withdraw cash from their PayPal account. To do this you will need a PayPal cash card and make sure that your local Walmart has an ATM. However, just like for deposits, there is a $3 fee for every withdrawal.

You can also withdraw from the cashier or Money Service desk by using the app. To do this, click on the “get cash” option on the app, input how much you want to withdraw, then show the QR code to the cashier or associate at the desk. From there, they will give you the cash equivalent, scan the QR code, then the money will be deducted from your account.

What Can I Buy At Walmart With PayPal?

Through the Walmart website, you can buy anything and pay with your PayPal account. Whether you’re buying groceries, electronics, or anything else in the store or website, PayPal is a valid and accepted payment option.

On top of that, certain items at Walmart are also eligible for PayPal Pay in 4 payments. With this option, you can buy now and pay later through four different installments through PayPal. However, keep in mind that there is an interest that comes with this so be prepared to pay a bit extra for the privilege of using the buy now, pay later methods.

Conclusion

If you’re shopping at Walmart, you can use your PayPal account to pay for your purchases.

You can do this through the app or through the different PayPal debit, credit, and prepaid cards available through their partnership with Mastercard. On top of that, you can pay with PayPal for just about any purchase on the Walmart website or in Walmart stores.

Additionally, Walmart also offers a variety of ways customers can manage their PayPal accounts at stores such as offering deposit and withdrawal services. However, this service costs $3 per deposit or withdrawal, which is important to keep in mind.

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Arthur Beringer

Arthur graduated in 2002 with a Master's in Business Administration from LSU Alexandria. After working in the retail industry for almost 20 years, he decided to quit and write full-time to help readers who are searching online for consumer-related answers.