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New Walmart+ members save $50 on a $75 order

New Walmart+ members save $50 on a $75 order
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Walmart is making it easier to save time and money!
Charis Brown | June 2, 2022

If you’re interested in grocery delivery, you’ll want to try out the Walmart+ (or Walmart Plus) service! Rivaling Amazon Prime, this service pays for itself in just two deliveries, according to Walmart.

Right now, you can get $50 off your next $75+ order when you join Walmart+ as an annual member. Alternatively, get $25 off your next $50+ order when you join as a monthly member. If you just want to try out Walmart+ you can get a 30-day free trial here.

With Walmart+, you’ll receive the following benefits:

  • Free shipping with no minimum
  • Free unlimited delivery
  • Up to 85% off prescriptions with many free prescriptions available
  • Savings of up to 10¢ per gallon at most Exxon, Mobil, Walmart, & Murphy stations
  • Mobile scan & go, which allows customers to shop and check out using their smartphones in stores
  • Early access to Black Friday deals
  • Early access to online Black Friday events

Walmart also says it will be adding more future benefits to the new service.

Promo codes for the $50 or $25 off must be used by July 24. Some exclusions apply including photos, personalized items, pharmacy, optical, gift cards, alcohol or items sold by Marketplace sellers.

After the free 30-day trial, Walmart+ is $12.95 per month, or save $57.40 with the $98 yearly option. This 30-day trial could end at any time! Learn more about Walmart+ here.

Walmart+ Weekend is happening soon! Check out all the best deals that will be happening here.

Retailer: Walmart
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