A lot of the grocery chains around the country have been experimenting with services that allow you shop from your phone or from home and within a matter of a few hours, your groceries will be delivered to your front door for a small fee. It has been fairly successful which may be the reason that Walmart has decided to expand their own delivery service.

The Detroit Free Press reports that the announcement was made yesterday that they plan on making the delivery service available to over 100 metro areas and over 40% of U.S. households by the end of the year. Until now, the only markets that had the delivery service were Phoenix, Dallas, Orlando, Tampa, Denver, and San Jose.

Kalamazoo and Battle Creek may be on that list, but we will have to wait and find out over the next few weeks, as the company will be revealing which markets they plan to target. For those who will have delivery available, shopping lists can be made online or on the Walmart App with a minimum of $30 being purchased as well as a $9.95 delivery fee. Let's cross our fingers!


 

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