If you’re, well, a human, chances are you’re busy. The fast-paced lifestyle pretty much all of us have today doesn’t allow much time for relaxing or even for some things you don’t really want to do but still have to — like grocery shopping.
From making a list to going through coupons, finally making it to the store to shop and then putting it all away and making dinner, that chore alone can sometimes take half a day.
Thankfully, many stores are now offering the option to buy groceries online and simply pick them up in-store. While some stores offer a fee for the service or a markup on the items you’re buying, Walmart’s grocery pick-up is actually free.
If you’re thinking of trying out Walmart’s grocery pick-up service, you can even get $10 off a purchase of $50 or more now through Dec. 31! Just use code LA9ARAAC at checkout.
And this isn’t even one of those deals that’s only for people who are new to the service. According to Hip2Save, the deal is valid for new and existing customers.
If you’ve never used Walmart’s grocery pick-up service, just head to the store’s website and add $50 or more of qualifying items to your cart. Then, just head to checkout, use the code and choose your Walmart location and day/time slot for pick-up. You can get same-day pick-up if you order before 1 p.m.
Once you’re at your local Walmart, they will even load up the car for you. Some locations also offer home delivery, so make sure you see if that’s an option where you live.
You can buy everything from diapers to pet supplies, paper towels and food, including fresh produce. Walmart even says their personal shoppers will pick the freshest items or you’ll get your money back.
If you’re not a Walmart shopper, you might want to check out Instacart instead, which costs $99 per year and includes unlimited free delivery on orders of $35 or more from a variety of grocery stores.
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