To compete with Amazon, Walmart knows that it needs to have a great delivery service, so that is why it’s been rolling out Prime-type offers. For Walmart Grocery, there’s Delivery Unlimited, which is a subscription service for $13 a month or $98 a year.
We aren’t sure if it’s already live nationwide, but there is a FAQ page talking about some details, though, including a line that reads “There’s a good chance Delivery Unlimited is in your area.” Not very helpful I know.
The FAQs also tell us that customers don’t need to do anything special to use it. Just build a basket and book a time slot. You can even get a 15 day free trial when you sign up for the service on Walmart Grocery, whether you choose to pay monthly or yearly. This removes the need to pay a per-order fee, which costs around $10. So it is worth it if you get groceries delivered from Walmart more than once in a month.
Amazon Prime costs a bit more at $119, but it comes with free delivery even for non-grocery items, plus you get access to Prime Video, free ebooks and many other perks. If Delivery Unlimited is already live across the US, you can check out this service.