What do codes “O”, “T”, “X”, and “N” mean on Wal-Mart receipts?

Asked by: Nicholas Brummet

What does X on Walmart receipt mean?

Followed by the price of an item on the right side of your receipt, you may see an N, X, or O. These letters represent each product’s tax status: N means the item is nontaxable. X indicated the product is taxable. O listed products are nontaxable sale items.

What does T stand for on a receipt?

A: There are different codes that appear next to each item on your receipt: F – SNAP eligible, not taxed. B – SNAP eligible, taxed. T – Taxable (not SNAP eligible)

How do I read my Walmart receipt?

Access the receipt lookup tool and follow these steps:

  1. Enter the store location.
  2. Select the purchase date.
  3. Enter your card type and last 4 digits of card number.
  4. Enter your receipt total.
  5. Confirm the Captcha.
  6. Select Lookup receipt.
  7. Download your receipt.

What does Z Mean On Walmart receipt?

Z = GST (5%) Y = GST (Sale Item)

What is product tax code in Walmart?

Users who are looking for the general Walmart tax code may use 2038710 (Taxable Retail Items).

What does FT mean on a receipt?

The abbreviations ‘FT’ and ‘PT’ stand for “full-time” and “part-time,” respectively.

What is the TC number on a Walmart receipt?

The TC number is the complete 20 digit barcode number of the receipt. Type the barcode number of the receipt in. The number will be directly underneath the “# ITEMS SOLD” line. Omit all spaces in the barcode and join all numbers into one single line.

How do you read a grocery store receipt?

Each row on the receipt provides information about a specific item, typically the quantity, item name, price per item and total price. Grocery store receipts often also may show the item’s UPC before the description and a code at the right, usually an “F,” indicating that it is a food item.