The Walmart Plus subscription service launched in September for $98 a year.
Walmart is removing the $35 minimum spend requirement for free shipping for all its Walmart Plus members as of Dec. 4, the retailer said Wednesday. This includes free one-day and two-day shipping on items shipped by Walmart.com.
If you’re getting grocery items shipped from a Walmart store, however, the $35 minimum spend remains.
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“Being able to toss an item into your cart, regardless of the total, and check out right away lets [customers] knock little things off their to-do list in no time,” said Walmart Chief Customer Officer Janey Whiteside.
Walmart Plus launched in September at a cost of $98 a year or $13 a month. You can get a free 15- or 30-day trial of the subscription service. The Amazon Prime rival also includes savings of up to 5 cents per gallon on gas at Walmart, Sam’s Club, Murphy USA and Murphy Express gas stations nationwide.
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