10 Walmart Items You Shouldn't Waste Your Money On

Name-brand laptops are also available at Walmart, however they are typically pricey, with prices reaching $500 or above. 

Laptops

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It's also advisable to speak with a veterinarian about which brand would be best for your pet; as a general rule, high-protein and low-filler products are recommended.

Pet Food

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Compared to retailers like Costco and Sam's Club, Walmart charges a greater premium for batteries. 

Batteries

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Walmart only carries a small assortment of fruits, so you might not find what you're searching for there if you're not just shopping for apples and oranges. 

”Fresh” Fruit

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The card numbers can be written down, which allows thieves to use them to make fraudulent purchases while they wait for the cards to be activated.

Gift Cards

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Walmart's fantastic Value cereals are not something you should buy, even though generic brands might be a fantastic way to save money while grocery shopping.

Generic Cereal

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Name-brand soda can cost $6 or $7 per pack, whereas Walmart's Great Value off-brand soda is reasonably priced at $3.

Soda

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Because Walmart sells smaller package sizes, which requires more trips each month, buying diapers there is more expensive and less economical.

Brand Name Diapers

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A membership can also help you save money; if you get it at the proper time, you can get bargains like 50 issues for $20.

Magazines

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Costco's rotisserie chicken weighs an average of four to five pounds, whereas Walmart's is only three pounds, both retailers sell the chicken for about $5.

Rotisserie Chicken

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