Walmart has recently introduced an unlimited grocery delivery service called Delivery Unlimited, as reported by TechCrunch. The service is an expansion of the company’s existing delivery and pickup efforts, and costs $98 a year.
TechCrunch reports that this new annual subscription will cost $98 for a year, or $12.95 a month, and allows customers to skip the per-order fee. To use it, customers place their order on Walmart’s site or app, and can select a delivery window for when they want their order delivered.
The new annual service comes as Walmart has introduced a number of other initiatives to try and attract online shoppers to its stores, including introducing free, one-day shipping for orders over $35, pickup towers a number of its stores, and even an in-home delivery service that will allow employees into your house to place groceries directly into your refrigerator.