Walmart Discount Card [Activation, How To Use & More]

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Walmart is one of the largest companies in the US. Walmart operates worldwide, and they have over 2 million associates in a variety of different countries and employ 1.6 million in the US alone.

On top of getting paid by the company, Walmart employees can also experience some benefits. And one of these benefits is the Walmart discount card.

If you’re an employee at Walmart, you can get a discount card that gives you special discounts on different items in the store. Employees can use their Walmart discount card both online and for in-store purchases.

But how does the discount card work? When can you get one? And how do you use it for online purchases?

In this article, we’ll get to the bottom of all your questions. Keep reading to learn more about the Walmart discount card, how to use it, and a couple of other details you need to know before getting your Walmart discount card.

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What Is A Walmart Discount Card?

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The Walmart discount card is a card given to all employees. With the card, they can avail of a 10% discount for most items in the Walmart store. These discounts apply both to food and general merchandise, which could result in significant savings for employees.

This card can also give employees travel, entertainment, and even phone service discounts at certain locations. And if you’ve worked at Walmart for over 20 years, you qualify for a lifetime discount card that applies, even after you leave the company.

When Do I Get A Walmart Discount Card?

Employees are only eligible to receive discount cards after 90 days of employment. So, on your 91st day of employment, you may apply for the discount card, which gives you discount prices on items in Walmart stores and on the website.

Can I Use My Walmart Discount Card Online?

Yes, one benefit of the Walmart discount card is that you can use it for both online and in-store purchases. However, if you want to use your Walmart discount card online, there are a couple of things you have to do first.

How To Add Walmart Discount Card Online

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To start, you have to add your discount card to your account. You can add your card to your account when registering, which is required before you can use it. To do this, you need to head to the Walmart website and log in to your account.

From there, you can input your WIN or Walmart Identification Number. After that, you need to input the number of your discount card to register it. Once it’s registered, the card is automatically linked to your account, allowing you to access discounts on the website.

How To Use Walmart Discount Card Online

When your discount card is linked to your account, you still need to make sure you’re shopping as an associate on the Walmart website. When on the Walmart website, you can use the search bar to find the associate page.

On this page, you have to input your Associate ID number. After that, you will be redirected back to the home page, where you can now avail yourself of discount prices.

When you enter your Associate ID number, all purchases made during that session will receive an employee discount.

However, be cautious when using employee discounts. While it isn’t in their policy, some Walmart associates say that abusing the discount card may be grounds for termination, which is something to keep in mind when shopping.

Do Walmart Discount Cards Need To Be Activated?

Yes, before you can use your Walmart discount card, you need to register and activate it.

You can do this on the Walmart website by logging into your account and entering your WIN. After that, you can input the number on your Walmart discount card and submit the data. After that, the card is activated and you can use it for purchases in-store or on the website.

Can Family And Friends Use My Walmart Discount Card?

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As of 2022, Walmart employees are not allowed to share their discounts with family and friends. While other companies allow employees to share their discounts, Walmart doesn’t. And since abusing your discount can be grounds for termination, we recommend following the Walmart discount card policy.

With that said, employees are allowed to share their discount card benefits with their spouses. Again, you need to be married for this to apply. And even if you are married, you still need to apply for a discount card for your partner before sharing the benefits.

On top of that, if you have a dependent, they can use your employee discount as well. However, people will only classify as dependents if they are younger than 19 years old or if they are 22, unmarried, and still in college.

How Long Can I Use My Walmart Discount Card?

Associates and employees may use their discount card as long as they are employed at Walmart. And if you have been working for Walmart for at least 20 years, you are eligible for a lifetime discount card, which you can use even after leaving the company.

However, for associates who don’t reach 20 years at Walmart, their discount is revoked when they leave the company. Whenever an employee resigns or is terminated, their data is removed from the registry, so they may no longer use their employee discount cards when making purchases.

Conclusion

If you have been working at Walmart for more than 90 days, you’re eligible for an employee discount card. The card gives you a 10% discount on most purchases on the Walmart website and in-store, but this doesn’t apply to sale items.

You can use the card throughout your employment and share the discounts with your spouse and dependent, as long as they meet the requirements. However, if you have worked at Walmart for less than 20 years, your discount is revoked once you leave the company.

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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.