Walmart: MoneyCard Prepaid Debit Card Explained


Walmart has created a new card, also known as MoneyCard. It’s a prepaid debit card, and if you shop at Walmart often, it might be worth it.

Many of us have our favorite grocery stores, and many of them offer store credit cards or rewards cards.

Walmart has created a card program of their own.

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Walmart MoneyCard Explained

This card is a debit card that goes through Green Dot Bank.

It offers cashback for purchases made at Walmart as well as free online services.

There are nine options to choose from, all of which can be purchased at Walmart.

  • Walmart MoneyCard Basic, Plus or Preferred; $3, $4, $6 respectively
  • “Make Your Own” Prepaid Visa Card, $5
  • NASCAR Prepaid Visa Card, $5
  • NFL Visa Prepaid Card, $5
  • Mossy Oak Prepaid MasterCard, $5
  • RushCard Live Prepaid Visa Card, $4.95
  • AARP Foundation Prepaid MasterCard, $4.95

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Rewards make it worth buying if you frequent the grocery store for most of your purchases.

You can transfer money between friends and family, get free bill payments, and earn up to $75 in cash rewards per year.

There are free cash withdrawals at most Walmart stores as well as free cash top-ups through the MoneyCard app.

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Charges with Walmart MoneyCard

Opening your MoneyCard account will cost you $1, while keeping it open incurs a monthly fee of $5.94.

If you deposit $1,000 or more each month, this fee is waived.

Using ATMs incurs a $2.50 withdrawal fee and a $0.50 balance inquiry fee.

You can withdraw cash at the customer service counter or at Walmart MoneyCenters free of charge.

If you use the card outside the country, you will see a 3% charge for every dollar spent.

12 packs of checks cost $5.95.


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