Tuesday, April 10, 2018
Walmart Inc. said Tuesday that it will offer online grocery delivery to more than 40% of U.S. homes, first starting in Charlotte, N.C. and spread in the coming months.
Through a partnership with Postmates, the on-demand delivery service that launched in 2011, Walmart personal shoppers will pick the groceries customers select online or on the Walmart app and select a delivery window for Postmates to bring the items to the shopper’s home.
Groceries can be delivered same-day, there’s a $30 minimum order, and a $9.95 fee for the delivery services. The first order will be free with a $50 minimum and a special code.
Currently, Walmart orders a free service at 1,200 stores that allows customers to order online and pick up their groceries curbside. That program will add another 1,000 stores this year.
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