disclosure: This post is sponsored by Walmart+.
Y’all know I am all about a little shopping.
Walmart shopping to be exact.
I’ve mentioned it before, but one of the things we LOVE is shopping online and having it delivered to our door.
I am a distracted shopper.
I go down a rabbit hole when I’m shopping and go in for a gallon of milk and come out with a dozen hair barrettes, floral dishtowels and a striped rain jacket. It’s true. Once I was late for a book club because I went in for cookies and ended up spending an hour looking at the tennis shoes.
That’s why I am all about placing an online order from Walmart instead. It helps keep me organized and keeps my shopping focused.
Ordering from Walmart got even more affordable and easier.
Thanks to Walmart+.
Here’s the way it works:
You can purchase a monthly membership for $12.95 or a yearly membership for $98 and you get FREE UNLIMITED DELIVERY (the order has to be over $35 and certain restrictions apply).
Free unlimited delivery on eggs.
Free unlimited delivery on butter.
Free unlimited delivery on milk.
And free unlimited delivery ($35 minimum, restrictions apply) on a whole lot more.
So when you want to make cookies for your husband or you need your favorite make-up removers or you are about to run out of dishwashing soap, you don’t have to worry. Ordering online is just a finger click away.
The other day I found the best smelling hand soap and I ordered four so I wouldn’t run out.
But that’s not all. With your Walmart+ membership, you might also get great member prices on gas and the in-store mobile scan & go functionality, too.
If you think this might work for you?
You can check and see if Walmart+ benefits are available in your area here.
You can sign up for Walmart + here.
It’s a big time saver.
I love things that make life easier, save me money and keep me focused.
Here’s to celebrating life and keeping it simple.
disclosure: This post was sponsored by Walmart+.
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