Walmart expands its unlimited grocery delivery service across the US

Monday 16 September 2019 14:31 CET | News

Walmart has announced it will be expanding a new `unlimited` grocery delivery service, which costs users USD 98 annually, to 1,400 stores across the US in 2019.

The retailer had earlier in 2019 been testing what it calls Delivery Unlimited in four US markets –Houston, Miami, Salt Lake City, and Tampa. As part of the nationwide launch, it said the service will be available in 200 metro areas where it already has regular grocery delivery, aiming to reach more than 50% of the US population by the end of 2019.

Walmart’s Delivery Unlimited gives shoppers the option to pay either USD 98 per year or USD 12.95 per month to receive unlimited grocery delivery orders to their homes. Typically, on an order-by-order basis, delivery would cost an additional USD 9.99.

In addition to fresh produce, meat, and bakery items, some general merchandise is offered under the new unlimited service, the company said.

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