Posted by William Charles on June 17, 2019
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Published on June 17th, 2019 | by William Charles

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Walmart Launches ‘Delivery Unlimited’ – Unlimited Grocery Delivery For $98 Per Year

Walmart has launched ‘Delivery Unlimited‘, this subscription program provides unlimited deliveries from Walmart’s grocery program for $98 per year, alternatively you can pay $13 per month ($156 annually). The service also comes with a 15 day free trial. Previously you had to pay a per order fee of around $10 to get items delivered.

This new offering from Walmart aims to compete with Target’s Shipt & instacart (both $99 per year), I assume that’s why the pricing is $98 per year ($1 cheaper). The other big competitor is Amazon Prime now. We’ve talked about Walmart grocery before as we often see AmEx & Chase offers reducing the cost, currently you can get a further $10 off $50+ by using a promo code.



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Dan
Dan

Walmart seafood is very poor quality. Careful what you order.

Frank
Frank

I could see this being solid for the lower/middle income portion of the market — $13 per month and Walmart will ship it to you sounds attractive.

proteus
proteus

You do have to have $30 minimum per order.

Jim W.
Jim W.

I could see it being solid for ANYONE who wants grocery delivery and doesn’t mind a commitment. No need for income commentary for something like this.

Information Booth
Information Booth

Shipt tends raise their prices above the actual store prices. If Walmart doesn’t do that… this could really be a viable alternative. Fyi… if you do use Shipt… launch through Ibotta and you’ll get 2% cash back on your order. John 3:16

Sevillada
Sevillada

Agree, shipt marks up around 20%. Amex offers barely cover that. This service could be a winner

Vy
Vy

Non-perishables from Walmart are okay, but the price and quality of Walmart’s meat and produce will never be able to compete with those of my neighborhood supermarket or Costco.

I’m guessing this deal will be most attractive to recluses and low-income urban areas deemed “food deserts”.

Celia
Celia

What’s worse is that you’re not picking out the meat and produce. I’ve tried multiple shopping services with intro deals and produce is consistently not good. I couldn’t understand how someone could pick out a bag of onions with obvious mold.

Out of local grocery delivery, shipt, amazon fresh, and walmart grocery, I had the best luck with amazon fresh. The produce and meat selection was much better than its competition, and if there was ever an issue, a simple email about the quality had it credited immediately. Prices weren’t jacked up like Shipt either.

My nephew will probably be all over this service. He only buys his groceries from Walmart Grocery and probably would prefer not having to pick up every two weeks.

AKJohnny
AKJohnny

if only stores would deliver gift cards.

S K
S K

This is tempting. Publix contracts with Instacart for their grocery delivery. Unfortunately, Instacart raises prices and does not honor Publix sale prices or BOGO offers. Between that and the fees, the cost savings are enough to get me to leave the house.

The downside to WMT delivery is that WMT has enough trouble replenishing stock on the shelves, much less keeping items in stock in the backroom. It might be a challenge to find $30 worth of (non-meat and produce) items in stock that I want to buy.

debit
debit

Walmart prices are more expensive tthan the deals you get at local super markets

adam

I’m in Phoenix and I have found this to not be true.

Caleb A Williams
Caleb A Williams

Link’s broken for me

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