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Who Delivers for Walmart?

Updated on October 29, 2021 by
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One of the reasons Walmart is successful is because of its world class logistic operation. As the company delivers millions of goods each day, you may ask yourself: who delivers for Walmart?

Who Delivers for Walmart: UPS or FedEx?

Walmart uses FedEx and UPS for standard deliveries in addition to fleets of trucks for nationwide shipping. Walmart also uses Instacart and Spark Drivers for same-day grocery deliveries.

What is Walmart Grocery Delivery?

Walmart grocery delivery is a service that allows you to purchase groceries online and have these groceries delivered to your doorstep. The fee you pay depends on whether you own membership or pay per order.

After you have placed your order, a Walmart associate will collect your items and contact a third-party delivery service to deliver your groceries at a time of your choosing. Use this Walmart website map to know if grocery delivery is available in your location.

Walmart also provides free grocery pick-up service at many locations.

How Does Walmart Deliver Groceries Online?

In addition to the Spark Drivers program, Walmart also uses Point Pickup, Axle Hire, Roadie, and Skipcart to power its grocery delivery service. Walmart uses these third-party delivery companies to make grocery shopping easier for its online customers.

How Do I Get Walmart Groceries Delivered?

Take the following steps to get Walmart to deliver your groceries.

Sign up for a Walmart Account

You can find out if Walmart delivers groceries to your location by signing up for an account or downloading the Walmart app for Android and IOS. Click the “sign-in” icon and register your details to log in to your Walmart account.

Select your Delivery and Time Slot

After signing in, Walmart delivery will be the default pick-up. Change to delivery to see if the service is available in your location. You'll see “Delivery available” if the service is available in your area. Reserve a time slot if you want to order at once.

Start shopping

After reserving your time slot, the next step is to shop for groceries. Once you're done, click on the check-out icon. Walmart has dropped the minimum of $35 worth of groceries to use Walmart express delivery, making your grocery shopping a more rewarding experience.

Place Your Order

Click on the check-out button and confirm your delivery address. Walmart will provide another date and time for delivery if your previous slot has expired. If your time slot is still available, the app will move you to the payment section. Enter your credit card information and review your order. Click place order to finalize your order.

Collect your Groceries

After you receive your confirmation email, Walmart will update you on the status of your groceries by email or text. These updates include:

  • Substituted items
  • Items out of stock
  • Delivery tracking
  • Final receipt

It would be best if you were around to receive your groceries at the time you selected. If you choose to let the delivery service drop your groceries at your doorstep, you'll still need to take them in quickly because the items are not insulated.

What is the Walmart Grocery Delivery Cost?

The Walmart Grocery Delivery Cost depends on the type of service you choose. The Walmart delivery fee ranges from $7.95 to $9.95 per order or Free Delivery with Walmart+ at $12.95 monthly or $98 per year.

Who delivers for Walmart internationally?

Although Walmart is available in many countries worldwide, the company does not provide international shipping from the US.

Conclusion: Can you get Walmart Goods delivered?

Yes, you can. In addition to its delivery service, Walmart uses third-party delivery companies to deliver goods to its customers. The cost will depend on the delivery speed and whether you have a Walmart membership.

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