Lyft And Uber Are Testing Grocery Deliveries With Walmart

By 01:24 Tue, 03 Aug 2021 Comments

Walmart has already been hard at work testing and rolling out its online grocery pickup service offered in San Jose, California and Denver, Colorado. The company is currently preparing to test Walmart grocery deliveries by teaming up with Uber and Lyft.

The company is going to start piloting the delivery service in Denver, Colorado, and Phoenix Arizona. In addition, Sam’s Club (Walmart-owned wholesale chain) has already started its own delivery program with Business partners out of Miami.

Here is how the delivery process works: First, the customer in one of the test area locations places an online order and selects a delivery window, then a personal shopper will collect all the items and prepares the order. Meanwhile, the store may request a driver from one of the two services to pick up the customer’s order and deliver it to their home.

The best part is, the delivery service fee is charged through Walmart, so there is no need to pay for a driver separately. This charge will be anywhere from $7-$10 and Walmart will let the customer know which service will be providing the delivery.

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