Walmart Promo Codes for February 2024

Don't miss your chance to snag cell phones at Walmart for up to 50% off
Ends: Fri, Mar 1, 2024
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Hurry and snag a laptop on Walmart's sale with up to 41% off
Ends: Thu, Mar 7, 2024
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Don't miss out on over 30% discount on TVs at the Walmart sale!
Ends: Sat, Feb 24, 2024
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Don't miss up to $1300/year a in savings with Walmart+ membership
Ends: Wed, Jan 1, 2025
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*Savings based on 2 deliveries/week vs. non-member $7.95 fee & 2 Walmart.com orders under $35/week vs. non-member $6.99 fee. **Exclusions may apply ***Terms and conditions may apply, check retailer website for more information
Don't miss free shipping for Walmart members
Ends: Mon, Dec 30, 2024
Check out Paramount+ for free with Walmart membership
Ends: Tue, Dec 31, 2024
Don't miss a memberships at Walmart from only $12.95/month
Ends: Sat, Jun 1, 2024
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Get a 30 day free membership trial at Walmart
Ends: Tue, Jun 4, 2024
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Score incredible deals at Corsair! Enjoy up to 35% off on Dyson products during our sale.
Ends: Wed, Feb 28, 2024
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Hurry to Walmart to knock $80 off your purchase of the Apple 10.2-inch iPad!
Ends: Wed, Mar 6, 2024
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FAQs

Does Walmart offer free shipping?

Yes, shipping is free on all orders, if you have a Walmart+ membership. If you don’t have a membership, shipping is free on orders over $35. Shipping costs vary when your order is under $35 and will be shown when finalizing your order. 

Is there a Walmart Plus free trial?

Yes, Walmart offers a free 30-day trial of Walmart+, so you have plenty of time to decide whether it’s the right service for you and whether you think it’s worth the cost. Bear in mind that with the free trial, you won’t get to try out all of the Walmart+ benefits, however, you will get access to free shipping on all orders, mobile scan & go, and receive member prices on fuel.

What is Walmart’s returns policy?

Walmart accepts returns for anywhere up to 90 days depending on the product. You can return items to a store, ship them back for free or organize a scheduled pickup from your home. If you’re returning online, you can request the return through your account or through the app, and you’ll be given a shipping label that you can print so that the return is free.

How do I contact Walmart customer service?

There are a few ways to get in touch with Walmart. Firstly, you can call the team at 1-800-741-5367. You can also email the customer service and sales team at service@walmartcontacts.com. 


Hints and Tips

Flash Picks: Find up to 65% off over 1,000 products in the Flash Picks sale. The sale runs throughout the year, but what’s on offer changes weekly, so you’ll always find some new products with a discount, including electronics, furniture, appliances, automotive, clothing, and much more.

Clearance: The Walmart Clearance is full of big price-cut goods from every corner of Walmart’s range. If you’re looking for a particular item, it’s easy to filter your search by department, price, and brand to help make your shopping experience easy.

Rollbacks: No one can say that Walmart isn’t short of ways to save! The Walmart Rollback showcases low prices on tons of everyday products for the home, garden, tech, gaming, jewelry, and more, giving you even more ways to pick up a bargain.

Walmart+: For $98 a year or $12.95 a month you can get a membership to Walmart+. By becoming a Walmart+ member, you get access to loads of great benefits and in the long run, it can save you loads of money if you’re a regular Walmart shopper. For example, free shipping on all orders, discounts on fuel at Mobil, Walmart, Exxon, and Murphy stations, a subscription to Paramount+, 6 months free of Spotify Premium, plus rewards and access to exclusive deals, events, and products. 


How to use Walmart coupons

1. Scroll through our list of Walmart coupon codes - we keep this page updated with the most recent offers available.

2. Once you’ve found the Walmart coupon you’d like to use, click the ‘Get Code’ button which can be found underneath the offer. A pop-up box will appear, showing the code that you can copy, and a tab will open on the Walmart website.

3. Once you’ve copied the code, start shopping on the Walmart website. When you have all your goodies, head to the shopping cart. 

4. On the shopping cart page, click the button that says ‘Continue to checkout’. 

5. Once on the checkout page, you can paste the code in the box underneath the text ‘Have a promo code?’, then click ‘Apply’ to activate the offer.


How we source coupon codes

All the codes you see on PC Gamer have been sourced by our dedicated coupons team. Using our affiliate networks, partnerships with brands, and the world wide web, we track down the latest and best coupon codes and ways to save on your online orders. Our pages are updated multiple times a week, and our commercial team also uses their connections to negotiate exclusive codes with big name brands, so you can find all the best available codes and promotions listed in one place.

How we test coupon codes

To ensure that every code you see is ready to use, our team tests each one before uploading it to a page. Whether it's for free shipping, a multibuy offer, a student discount, or savings in the sales, we check that the code can be applied at the checkout and works as described. We don’t include any one-time or user-specific codes, so you haven’t got to worry about anyone else beating you to the punch, and you’ll find codes for products across all kinds of categories.

We also include all the information about a coupon, such as terms and conditions and the expiry date, on the page below the offer description. Simply click ‘Terms & Conditions’ and you’ll expand the code box, where you’ll be able to read any specific instructions or requirements associated with your chosen coupon. We do our best to update this information whenever any changes are made, with each page checked at least twice a week.

What to do if a coupon code doesn’t work

Despite our best efforts, sometimes coupons won’t work as expected. Expiry dates and terms and conditions can be changed by the retailer, or the code may simply no longer be accepted. Should you run into any issues, don’t worry - our customer service team is available to offer support. 

The first port of call should always be to check the coupon’s terms and conditions to make sure you meet all requirements. Codes may be product-specific (i.e. 5% off gaming laptops), require a minimum order value (i.e. when you spend $50 or more), or need you to verify your status (i.e. verify with a valid military email address). Click the ‘terms & conditions’ text below the ‘Get Code’ button to view all available information. 

If you’re still having issues once you’ve confirmed that you meet the necessary requirements, you can get in touch with our team by sending an email to coupons.pcgamer@futurenet.com. Include a summary of which code you tried to use, where you found it, and what went wrong, and we’ll reply as soon as we can to help out.

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Using this model means that redeeming a discount through PC Gamer never costs you a thing. We don’t charge any fees to apply a code, and all our money is made directly from retailers, not our audience. You’ll only ever pay for the products or services you buy, with lower prices just as they’re described on the page.  

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Alan Dexter

Alan has been writing about PC tech since before 3D graphics cards existed, and still vividly recalls having to fight with MS-DOS just to get games to load. He fondly remembers the killer combo of a Matrox Millenium and 3dfx Voodoo, and seeing Lara Croft in 3D for the first time. He's very glad hardware has advanced as much as it has though, and is particularly happy when putting the latest M.2 NVMe SSDs, AMD processors, and laptops through their paces. He has a long-lasting Magic: The Gathering obsession but limits this to MTG Arena these days.

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About Walmart

Walmart was founded by Sam Walton in 1962 and over the years since has grown into a multinational retail company. In fact, Walmart now boasts around 10,000 stores in 24 countries. EDLP, or Every Day Low Prices, is at the heart of everything Walmart does, and we can safely say it’s been very successful in providing a seamless one-stop shopping experience with bargains in abundance! At Walmart, you can find everyday essentials like groceries, baby products, household products, furniture, electronics, appliances, DIY products, outdoor living, toys, games, and consoles. Basically, whatever you need, you’re bound to find it, and probably with a discount! You'll even find some exclusive brands and their own brands that you can only get your hands on at Walmart too. So whatever you're after, be sure to grab one of our Walmart promo codes to save on your order.

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Alan has been writing about PC tech since before 3D graphics cards existed, and still vividly recalls having to fight with MS-DOS just to get games to load. He fondly remembers the killer combo of a Matrox Millenium and 3dfx Voodoo, and seeing Lara Croft in 3D for the first time. He's very glad hardware has advanced as much as it has though, and is particularly happy when putting the latest M.2 NVMe SSDs, AMD processors, and laptops through their paces. He has a long-lasting Magic: The Gathering obsession but limits this to MTG Arena these days.