You can choose to pay $ 12.95 per month or $ 98 for a full year for Walmart Plus, with a 15-day free trial for both options. But if you only take a few extra seconds during the sign-up process, you can double the trial period by answering three basic questions.
During the, you will be asked to create a Walmart account, enter your home address and billing information, and select your Walmart Plus subscription – monthly or yearly.
If you’re like me and aren’t really sold on the service yet, the offer of a free trial is enough to tempt you to give it a try. However, when I signed up, I was given the option to double the 15-day experiment if I had answered three questions.
The questions asked how many people live in my house, their general age range, and whether I have other subscription services such as Netflix, Spotify or Amazon Prime. Very simple questions, but data that Walmart will definitely use will help improve advertising and targeting not only for myself, but for other potential Walmart Plus subscribers as well. In other words, by answering these three questions, you’re effectively selling your data to Walmart.
If you’re good at that, sign up for Walmart Plus and take advantage of two extra weeks of service.
I plan to use the trial to test grocery deliveries as a way to shop during the pandemic without spending a lot of time in a store with other customers. I also want to try the Scan & Go feature that allows me to scan and pay for items in the store using the mobile app, without having to wait in a till.
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