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.
Source EngadgetFiled Under: Technology News