Walmart will reportedly launch its own paid membership service, called , later this month. The service, which aims to take on Amazon Prime, will cost $98 a year and include perks like same-day delivery of groceries, discounts at Walmart gas stations and early access to some deals, according to a report Tuesday from Recode.
Walmart reportedly planned to launch the service in March or April but was delayed due to the. It’s unclear if the service will be available nationwide or just in select location at launch, according to Recode
Walmart declined to comment.
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