Walmart to offer unlimited delivery service just at $98 per year

Walmart to offer unlimited delivery service just at $98 per year
Written by Michael Sheetz

Walmart is now trying hard so that it is able to compete with all the competitors of the grocery delivery industry. Walmart has come out with a new service in which the users will have to pay a yearly fee and they can enjoy free delivery all year round. Previously, Walmart used to charge about $9.95 for every order, which is delivered to the home, but now just by paying $98, users will be able to enjoy free delivery for one entire year.

The grocery industry globally has been growing in a very rapid manner. A lot of companies are trying to get their hands in this industry and this is the reason, it is very much important for the users to always stay ahead of their competition at all times. The $98 per year Unlimited Deliver will end up saving a lot of money for the customers. It will also help the company build a loyal customer base who will come and order from Walmart because of the free Delivery service from the company.

The $99 annually will also come with an additional feature where customers will get a chance to get their items delivered as soon as possible. This Unlimited Delivery option comes with the feature of same day dispatch, which is very handy at times. The Prime Now service is one of the most expensive services available in the market. It costs about $199 per year. Prime is a bit expensive, but totally worth the money because there are other features available with Prime, making is absolutely worth it.

People have reached out to Walmart for their proper statement on the new Unlimited Delivery option but they have not yet responded anything. Till now, there has not been any official announcement of the Unlimited Delivery from Walmart.


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Michael Sheetz

Michael Sheetz is the Senior Writer at Main Street Mobile. He is keen to learn how to use the latest gadget in the market. Apart from this, he loves to purchase essential gadgets. He has completed his bachelor of the arts in Politics, Philosophy and Economics, double-minoring in Journalism and Theology in 2017.

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