Walmart has set up an unlimited grocery delivery service called Unlimited deliveryas spotted by TechCrunch. The service is an extension of the company's current delivery and pickup efforts and costs $ 98 per year.
The company already offered a delivery service for online orders: customers could ship items to the nearest store or home at no charge for $ 9.95 for each order. TechCrunch note that this new annual subscription will cost $ 98 per year, or $ 12.95 per month, and allows customers to avoid charges per order. To use it, customers place their order on the Walmart site or app and can select a delivery window to which they wish their order to be delivered.
This annual service comes at a time when Walmart has launched a number of other initiatives to try to attract online shoppers to its stores. including free introduction, one day shipping for orders more than $ 35, collection towers at its storesand even a home delivery service This will allow employees in your home to place groceries directly in your refrigerator.
Walmart has stepped up its efforts against other online retailers in the last few months, and the main membership in Amazon seems to be the target here. Walmart's annual fee is lower than Amazon's $ 119 annual cost, while Target's new delivery service with Shipt costs $ 99 a year, as well as Instacart.