Edited September 10, 2020
at 09:52 PM
Walmart today officially unveiled its new membership service and Amazon Prime rival, which it's calling "Walmart+." The $98 per year service will combine free, unlimited same-day delivery on groceries and thousands of other items, with additional benefits, like fuel discounts and access to a new Scan & Go service, similar to Walmart-owned Sam's Club, that will allow members to check out at Walmart stores without having to wait in line.
The service will be available starting on September 15, 2020 nationwide, reaching over 4,700 Walmart stores, including 2,700 stores that offer delivery. Members can choose to pay the $98 per year after a 15-day free-trial period, or they can pay $12.95 on a month-to-month basis.
Start 15-day free trial - https://www.walmart.com/plus
link is enabled for registration
Mobile Scan and Go FAQ (watch the video) - https://www.walmart.com/plus/mobile-scan-and-go
It seems you can scan items as you shop and while ready to checkout, you would still have to use payment counter using QR code to checkout.
Check availability in your area - https://www.walmart.com/plus/free...d-delivery
Fuel discounts - https://www.walmart.com/plus/fuel-discounts
walmart plus membership plans faq - https://www.walmart.com/plus/faq/...ship-plans
Walmart+ includes unlimited free delivers(for a minimum $35 every order)
, and can include same-day deliveries
and access to early product deals. This is actually a continuation of its Delivery Unlimited service, and subscribers to that service will automatically see their subscriptions converted to Walmart Plus. So far, deliveries and online deals may not be very different between the two services.