Walmart Launches Delivery Unlimited in 1,400 Stores
For $98 a year or $12.95 a month, Walmart customers can have their orders delivered to their homes without paying a per-delivery fee. Walmart rolled out the program, called Delivery Unlimited, in 1,400 stores. The retailer is offering a 15-day free trial of the service. Customers used to seeing and touching their own groceries can rest easy knowing the personal shoppers filling their orders are trained to pick out the freshest items.
“All Walmart grocery orders are backed by our freshness guarantee, and there are no hidden fees,” Walmart said in the email. “Unlike other services where a banana costs more online than it costs in the store, Walmart’s prices are the same no matter how you shop.”