Walmart has launched its new InHome Delivery service for more than 1 million customers in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas; and Vero Beach, Florida.
With InHome customers can get their groceries without worrying about making it to the store or being home to accept a delivery.
Customers across Kansas City, Pittsburgh and Vero Beach can visit InHome.Walmart.com to check address eligibility. Then, shoppers choose either the kitchen or garage fridge as their delivery spot. It’s $49.95 for the corresponding smart device, and free installation is included. Once the lock is installed, customers receive unlimited deliveries for the introductory price of $19.95 per month ($30 min per basket). And Walmart is providing the first month free. Customers can cancel or pause at any time.
At the time of delivery, associates will use smart entry technology and a proprietary, wearable camera to access the customer’s home—allowing customers to control access into their homes and giving them the ability to watch the deliveries remotely.
Walmart recently expanded its Delivery Unlimited membership. The Bentonville, Arkansas-based retailer has plans to bring InHome Delivery to more customers in the months to come.