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Walmart + offer: $45 off next 3 orders ($15 off each) w/ free delivery or shipping incl groceries

4sallypat
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Walmart + offer: $45 off next 3 orders ($15 off each) w/ free delivery or shipping incl groceries

Is this a good deal for Walmart pickup, delivery, shipping ?

Or can I do better on Instacart, DoorDash, Uber Eats, etc ??

 

With Walmart+ I get free membership each month ($14) and free shipping/delivery:

 

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wasCB14
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Re: Walmart + offer: $45 off next 3 orders ($15 off each) w/ free delivery or shipping incl grocerie

I got a $50 off $100 coupon for Walmart and ended up paying about $105 for stuff Costco might have sold for $60. So overall I saved only like $5.

 

But Uber Eats is becoming fairly expensive. Prices often seem to be maybe 10%-15% higher than if you order directly from the restaurant. Then add in fees, whether you have a paid subscription or not. Then add in a tip. "30% off" coupons tend to only apply to delivery orders and the fees eat up most of that 30%.

 

But I have used the Walmart+ from my Schwab Platinum. Walmart.com had some N95s in stock and I bought some for extended relations who'd had trouble finding them.

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4sallypat
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Re: Walmart + offer: $45 off next 3 orders ($15 off each) w/ free delivery or shipping incl grocerie


@wasCB14 wrote:

I got a $50 off $100 coupon for Walmart and ended up paying about $105 for stuff Costco might have sold for $60. So overall I saved only like $5.

 

But Uber Eats is becoming fairly expensive. Prices often seem to be maybe 10%-15% higher than if you order directly from the restaurant. Then add in fees, whether you have a paid subscription or not. Then add in a tip. "30% off" coupons tend to only apply to delivery orders and the fees eat up most of that 30%.

 

But I have used the Walmart+ from my Schwab Platinum. Walmart.com had some N95s in stock and I bought some for extended relations who'd had trouble finding them.


Interesting!

I do shop at Costco, but the Walmart Supercenter pricing seems to be very competitive.

I tried out the Walmart+ coupon and got $15 off, but by the time the driver tip, bag fees are added - I saved about $9...

At least I got free delivery to my doorstep due to the Amex Plat benefit...

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