Walmart Delivery is already a pretty big time-saver, since you can place a Walmart order online and get it delivered in just a few hours.
Now Walmart wants to eliminate the last time-suck of the grocery shopping process: putting the groceries away.
A new program called Walmart InHome takes delivery all the way inside the refrigerator.
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Walmart is expanding their in-the-fridge delivery service.
Walmart started delivering groceries directly to people’s refrigerators in 2019, kicking off the InHome program in three test cities — Pittsburgh, Kansas City, and Vero Beach, Fla.
After the program slowed way down during the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020, they’re back at it, adding Atlanta, more Southeast Florida cities, and Northwest Arkansas (Walmart HQ’s backyard).
Think of InHome as the premier, $20-level of Walmart+.
Walmart+ is the subscription that gives you a lot of Walmart perks — among them, unlimited free delivery on orders of $35+. We talk all about that in our article on how Walmart+ can save you hundreds.
InHome delivers everything that Walmart+ delivers, plus they will put perishables in the fridge, bring your prescriptions, and pick up your Walmart.com returns.
Walmart employees enter your house with your garage code — and you can watch.
When you sign up for InHome, you have a meeting with your delivery person before your first order to work out the details. There you’ll give them your garage code, door keycode, or buy a smart lock from Walmart for $49.95 (with free installation).
You can be home during an InHome delivery, but if you’re not, you’ll get a link to watch the delivery via the Walmart employee’s livestreaming body camera.
Try Walmart InHome 30 days free before paying $20/month.
Walmart gives new subscribers a 30-day free trial before they have to start paying $19.95/month for InHome delivery. (That’s double the regular Walmart+ trial!)
That said, if you’re a past or current Walmart+ subscriber, you don’t get the offer — it’s for completely new Walmart+ members only.