TUCSON, Ariz. - Walmart announced Thursday its Online Grocery Delivery service is expanding to Tucson.
The company says the service does not require a subscription and each time customers order groceries, a $9.95 fee will be added at checkout.
Walmart provided details for how the service works in a press release:
Order and Choose a Pickup Time: Customers visit walmart.com/grocery or through the Walmart Grocery mobile app, enter their zip codes and begin creating their shopping lists. During checkout, they select a time to for their order to be delivered. At the time of checkout, customers will pay the delivery fee. No money is exchanged at the customer’s door.
Personal Grocery Shoppers Fill the Basket: Highly trained personal shoppers carefully select the freshest produce, meats and other items each customer requested. All Walmart grocery orders are backed by our freshness guarantee.
Delivery: Delivery partners will be requested by a Walmart grocery associate when the order is ready to be delivered, who will then drive directly to the customer’s location during the 1-hour delivery window they chose.
Offer: Customers can get their first order delivered for free with promo code FRESHCAR with a $50 minimum order.
Walmart plans to roll out Online Delivery Service to 100 metro area by the end of 2018.