Walmart to Offer Next-Day Delivery Without a Membership Fee

Marc Lore, president and CEO of Walmart eCommerce, announced that Walmart will begin rolling out next-day delivery for more than 220,000 items on its website, including pet food, diapers, paper towels and laundry detergent, this week.

The nation’s largest retailer said Tuesday it’s been building a network of more efficient e-commerce distribution centers to make that happen.

Customers must spend at least $35 to be eligible for next-day delivery. “NextDay” delivery will be available first to Walmart.com customers in Phoenix and Las Vegas, Lore said, and will expand to Southern California later this month.

NextDay delivery is a being positioned as a complement to Walmart’s same-day Grocery Pickup and Delivery options, and free two-day shipping on millions of items. The program figures to boost Walmart’s e-commerce sales. 

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