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- Walmart+, Walmart’s answer to Amazon’s popular Amazon Prime, offers perks like unlimited same-day delivery and discounts on gas.
- Walmart+ costs $98 a year, undercutting Amazon Prime’s $119 annual subscription fee.
- If you’d like to try before you buy, consider signing up for a 15-day free trial.
- See more: Walmart is rolling out Walmart +, its Amazon Prime rival, on September 15 – here’s how the two members-only subscription services stack up.
To lure Prime’s 150-million-plus members away from Amazon, Walmart will offer unlimited same-day delivery for 160,000 grocery items, tech products, and household essentials and a cheaper annual subscription fee of $98 a year compared to Prime’s $119 price.
Previously, Walmart shoppers had to pay for shipping on orders that fell below $35, but Walmart+ subscribers can now get free shipping on all orders no matter the price. The only exception is grocery orders, which will still require a minimum spend of $35 to ship for free.
Below, you’ll find answers to frequently asked questions about how Walmart+ works, what kinds of perks are included, how much it costs, and more.
How much does Walmart+ cost?
Walmart+ costs $98 a year, undercutting Amazon Prime’s $119 annual subscription fee. A monthly subscription cost $13 for both services. Interested shoppers can take advantage of a 15-day free trial.
What does it offer?
Walmart+ offers subscribers free same-day delivery on select products and discounts on gas.
If you need your Walmart orders delivered fast, Walmart+ members can utilize two-hour Express Delivery for just $10. Non-members must pay an additional delivery fee on top of the $10 Express Delivery fee.
In-person shoppers, Walmart+ subscribers can use the Scan & Go feature on Walmart’s app, for touch-free checkout. Members can also save up to five cents per gallon at 2,000 Walmart, Murphy USA, and Murphy Express gas stations.
How does it compare to Amazon Prime?
Amazon Prime offers subscribers access to hundreds of movies and TV shows on Prime Video with exclusive access to Amazon Original content like “The Boys” and “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” music streaming through Amazon Music Unlimited, cloud photo storage, access to eBooks, and so much more. It remains to be seen if Walmart+ will offer shoppers more than discounts on gas and delivery perks.