Walmart has been rolling out sizzling deals for summer, the latest being a deep discount on its annual membership. If you’ve been thinking about joining Walmart+, now would be a great time to give it a try because the membership is currently 50% off for new subscribers.
That means you can subscribe to Walmart+ at a discounted rate of just $49 for the entire year. This limited deal won’t last long though, it expires on July 13.
Walmart+ typically costs $12.95 per month or $98 for the annual membership and you can cancel anytime via the Walmart+ accounts page or customer care.
What is Walmart+? The retailer’s subscription membership unlocks instant access to loads of benefits including early access to shop Black Friday deals and other mega sales, special pricing and product releases. Walmart+ members also get a ton of freebees.
What can you get for free with Walmart+? For starters, the membership includes free shipping with no order minimum, so you won’t have to worry about adding things to your cart that you might not even need just to get free shipping.
The membership also includes free grocery delivery, contact-free checkout with mobile-scan and go, free subscriptions to Paramount+ and ad-free streaming with Pluto TV.
And it doesn’t stop there. Members also get a free six-month subscription to Sirius XM (stream in your car or through the app), up to 70% off Aura digital protection (and a 30-day free trial), 50% off True Network Solutions tech support, $10 off your first three tickets purchased with TodayTix, 70% off ReadingIQ for Kids savings of up to $83.88/year on ABCmouse or Adventure Academy, a year free of Pawp pet care and lots more.
What’s currently on sale at Walmart? The retail giant is offering a bunch of great deals for Walmart+ week, which takes place from July 6-13 and is an alternative to Amazon Prime Day.
Walmart shoppers can save big on clothing starting at $10 and great tech deals like these portable Bluetooth speakers that are on sale for $39. Plus, up to 65% off flash deals and back-to-school supplies starting at less than $5.