Grocery shopping is one of those mundane tasks you know you *have* to do, but never really want to do. But, when you're feeding a family, it can feel like you're running by the store every other day to grab the essentials. Or, finding yet another way to keep the kids entertained while you zip through the aisles.
Enter: grocery delivery—a parent's new best friend. 🛒
Whether you're a loyal online grocery shopper or you've waited to try it out, from now through February 1, Walmart is offering free delivery for every grocery delivery order. Your cart must meet the minimum of $50 (which is all too easy when you're shopping for the entire house)—simply use the code HOMEFREE at checkout for a waived delivery fee, which usually costs $7.95-$9.95.
If you're new to grocery delivery, here's how it works: You shop on the grocery section online or via their mobile app and enter your zip code at checkout. This is also where you will select the time you'd like your order to arrive. Professional shoppers will pick your items (Walmart offers a freshness guarantee just in case) and a delivery partner will drop it off within the hour delivery window you selected
Practically magic, right? ✨Maybe not, but we're all for anything that cuts back on the mental load.
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