What to Know
- Walmart grocery delivery service is now in Los Angeles cities like Glendora, Baldwin Park, Garden Grove, Rosemead, and Pico Rivera.
- Delivery fee is $9.95.
- No subscription is required; prices do not differ between in-store and online.
Say goodbye to long lines and squeaky carts. Grocery shopping just became a whole lot easier.
Walmart is joining Postmates in expanding its online grocery delivery services throughout the Los Angeles area.
Areas such as Glendora, Baldwin Park, Garden Grove, Rosemead, Pico Rivera, Foothill Ranch and Santa Clarita have been added to the ever-growing list of locations to receive this service.
Customers can order and choose between pickup or delivery by visiting Walmart's online grocery store or through the app.
Delivery services do have an added fee of $9.95; however, shoppers can get their first order delivered for free with promo code FRESHCAR with a minimum order of $50.
No subscription is required, and unlike some delivery services, prices do not differ between in-store and online.
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Walmart's delivery service doesn't just include produce, but pencils and backpacks as well. That's right -- get everything you need for back-to-school season without even leaving your car.
Is your city still not on the list for online delivery? Not to worry, because by the end of the year, Walmart will offer these services to 100 metro areas.