Move over Amazon Prime.
Walmart may have just upped their game by adding their new subscription service, Walmart+.
Walmart+ is Walmart’s new way of trying to get customers engaged while making it convenient at the same time. A main difference between the two major companies is Walmart’s store locations. Walmart helps employ a numerous amount of people in different communities all across the country. Which is something that stands them apart from Amazon. Also, these past few months have shown how powerful internet buying really is. Though it has also shown how it can not be so convenient when your delivery date is now in two months instead of two weeks. Walmart+ is starting to look like the best all around subscription service.
According to Recode sources, in July Walmart will debut Walmart+ at $98 per year to compete with Amazon Prime at $119 per year. Walmart customers will get “perks like same-day delivery of groceries and general merchandise, discounts on fuel at Walmart gas stations, and early access to product deals.” It appears all systems are a go, too, as a Walmart+ tease is currently visible on Walmart.com, and a Walmart spokesperson also confirmed the creation of the program via email on Monday.