Walmart has made a big change to their two-hour delivery service: No minimum purchase required.

Since Express Delivery debuted in spring 2020, customers have had to place orders of at least $35 to take advantage of the quick turnaround time. That’s a thing of the past now.

Here’s what you need to know:

 

Any order is eligible for two-hour delivery (but fees apply).

Get Walmart food, merchandise, toys, electronics, and more — for the same price as in store — in two hours or less with Express Delivery.

You could even just order one item — but remember that delivery fees of up to $20/order still apply, no matter the size of your order.

Express Delivery is running from nearly 3,000 Walmart stores, reaching 70% of the U.S. population. Visit walmart.com/grocery or the Walmart app to see if Express Delivery is available in your area.

 

Express Delivery benefits Walmart+ subscribers the most.

If you’re not a Walmart+ member, you’ll be paying the standard delivery fee of $8-$10 per order, plus the Express Delivery fee of $10. That’s up to $20 per order!

Walmart+ subscribers pay $98/year or $12.95/month to waive the standard delivery fees — so they only pay $10/order for Express Delivery.

Annual Walmart+ subscribers only pay about $8.17/month for unlimited delivery, so for Express Delivery customers, the membership pays for itself immediately.

RELATED: Walmart+ Offers Unlimited Free Shipping & Grocery Delivery

 

You can try Walmart+ free for 15 days.

Get the free shipping, unlimited grocery delivery and other perks for 15 days with the Walmart+ free trial.

After that, choose to pay $98 for an annual membership or $12.95 for a monthly membership; both prices are lower than what Amazon Prime charges ($119/year & $12.99/month).

 

 

Amazon Prime Now two-hour delivery is free, but requires a $35 minimum.

Prime members can pay up to $10 if they want a Prime Now order within one hour, but otherwise, the speedy delivery service is free for their minimum orders of $35.

But since you’re shopping Whole Foods with Prime Now, you’ll hit that $35 minimum pretty quickly. The price comparison of Walmart to Whole Foods isn’t even close (Walmart’s so much cheaper).

 

You still have to spend $35 for Walmart’s other convenience services.

The $35 order minimum still holds for these other services:

  • Pickup
  • Standard delivery (for Walmart+ members and non-members)

 

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