Guess what we just found out? Walmart ShippingPass program is offering a free 30-day trial for new members! If you love the trial and want to renew your membership, that will run you $49 per year. Otherwise, simply cancel your subscription after your 30 day trial to avoid being charged. If you're already a ShippingPass member, Walmart will offer you an extra month free! You can read below for our latest updates on Walmart ShippingPass.
Walmart made these pretty easy to spot. In a similar fashion as Amazon Prime's eligible items, just browse Walmart.com and if you spot this label
on any products, that means it would be eligible for 2-day shipping.
ShippingPass is now available for purchase. Click here to subscribe.
As America's largest retailer, Walmart is obviously doing something right. However, their latest announcement might be a subtle stab at e-commerce maven Amazon. Walmart is now offering ShippingPass, a two-day shipping subscription service for only $49 annually, which is half the price of Amazon Prime. There are no minimum order requirements, and you don't have to worry about shipping distance. You can even send back a return for free or take it into your local store. Moreover, it's a noncommittal service, so if you don't love ShippingPass, cancel it - just like Amazon Prime.
The only similar service Walmart had previously offered was a $50 three-day shipping service, but does the faster ShippingPass make Walmart a worthy competitor? Amazon Prime may be double the price, but in addition to expedited shipping, customers get access to movies, TV shows, a music library, digital photo storage, and more. With Walmart, subscribers are limited to quick delivery, which is still a great perk.
Will you be purchasing ShippingPass? Or are you maintaining your loyalty to Amazon Prime? We want to hear your opinions in the comments below!