If, all too often, you find yourself hanging out at home and dreading going grocery shopping, Walmart has your back. The brand just announced it's expanding its home delivery of groceries to 100 cities across the United States, meaning you can stay home and your groceries will come to you. Currently, Walmart delivers groceries in six markets, according to The New York Times. In a press release, the company revealed plans to expand to more than 40 percent of homes by the end of 2018.
"We're saving customers time by leveraging new technology, and connecting all the parts of our business into a single seamless shopping experience: great stores, easy pickup, fast delivery, and apps and websites that are simple to use," said President and CEO of Walmart US Greg Foran. "We're serving our customers in ways that no one else can. Using our size and scale, we're bringing the best of Walmart to customers across the country."
Walmart's grocery delivery service charges a $9.95 fee, and you'll need to make a minimum order of $30, but the groceries can be delivered as soon as the same day. As a bonus, you can get your first order delivered for free with the promo code FRESHCAR.
The company also currently offers a grocery pickup service, which allows customers to order groceries online and pick them up without ever having to get out of their cars. It's available in 1,200 stores right now with 1,000 more being added before the end of the year.