Walmart’s Online Grocery Delivery expanding to Greenville, other areas


FILE – This Thursday, June 1, 2017, file photo, shows a Walmart sign at a store in Hialeah Gardens, Fla. Walmart is buying delivery company Parcel to help get groceries, other goods to customers in New York City faster. (AP Photo/Alan Diaz, File)

GREENVILLE COUNTY, SC (WSPA) – Walmart’s Online Grocery Delivery service will be expanding to the Greenville County area.

According to a Walmart news release, the delivery service will bring delivery to Greenville, as well as Taylors and Simpsonville.

So, how does it work?

  • Order and choose a pickup time: Customers will go to, or use the Walmart Grocery app, will enter their zip codes, and start building their shopping lists. During the checkout process, customers will pay a delivery fee, which means no money is exchanged at the customer’s door.
  • Personal Grocery Shoppers Fill the Basket: Personal shoppers will select fresh produce, meats, and other items requested.
  • Delivery: Delivery partners will be requested by a Walmart grocery associate when the order is ready for delivery, and will make the delivery at the customer’s location during the 1-hour delivery window chosen by the customer.
  • Offer: Get your first order delivered for free with the promo code: FRESHCAR; with a minimum $50 order.

According to the news release, no subscription is required, but a $9.95 fee is applied to the order.

Walmart’s prices are also the same using the online delivery service as it would be in the store.

Online Grocery Pickup service is currently available at 10 stores in the Greenville metro area.

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