MISSOULA – If you like to buy from Walmart, but don’t like the actual shopping, you’ll likely be happy to learn that Walmart is rolling out its full grocery delivery service to Missoula customers.
Walmart has offered its grocery pickup at both of its Missoula stores since last year. Now, the store will be giving customers the option of having their groceries brought right to their doorstep.
Shortly, customers will be able to place their grocery orders at Walmart’s website, or through the store’s mobile app. “Personal grocery shoppers” will fill the orders at the store.
Customers can select the time for the delivery, and pay for the order and the delivery charge. No money is exchanged at the delivery, which can be completed in as little as one hour.
The delivery includes other products besides groceries. Items like toys and electronics are still available for at-store pickup.
Delivery fees start at $7.95 but no subscription is required.