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    Wal-Mart Taking on Amazon Prime in Grocery Delivery

    Well this should be interesting, it seems the game is on with the winner yet to be determined.

    You can order online for both pick-up and delivery.

    As customers are looking for new and convenient ways to shop, we remain committed to testing innovative concepts by combining digital and physical assets that enable customers to shop when, where and how they want.*

    We know customers today are looking for more convenience, choice and savings, and we’re proud to offer this service in 13 markets today. In the coming weeks, we’ll begin offering this fast, easy option in more stores in additional markets.

    More than 30,000 items – including fresh produce, meat and seafood, dairy, bakery items, plus health and beauty products – can be ordered online and picked up for free at a participating store.

    New Markets we’re launching in June

    McAllen, Abilene, Brownsville, Laredo, Waco and College Station, TX;
    Baton Rouge and New Orleans, LA
    Little Rock and Fort Smith, AR
    Topeka and Wichita, KS
    Pensacola, FL
    Logan, UT

    In June, there are 4 markets where we’ve doubled the number of stores that offer the service:

    Charleston, SC
    Kansas City, MO-KS
    Nashville, TN
    Virginia Beach, VA
    Walmart Online Grocery Pickup
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    I have pick up here. Delighted to hear I may soon get delivery.

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    In the past I used to eat the exact same things for the year so delivery would be great.

    However I am now attempting to learn to cook so I peruse the store and oftentimes just pick things I've never tried before and then go home and look up recipes.

    So I sort of have to be at the store to do that.

    This would probably be great for the elderly or those that have mobility problems.

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