July 08, 2024

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Ahead of Prime Day, one of Amazon’s main competitors, Walmart, is offering half off Walmart+ memberships for the next 10 days.

The deal for a discounted Walmart+ membership for $49 for one year is valid for purchase through July 18.

Deal Basics


What is Walmart+?

Walmart+ is Walmart’s subscription program. It offers its members select benefits including free delivery, gas savings from Walmart, Exxon and Mobil, member-specific discounts; And Paramount+ Access.

New users can Sign up for a 30-day free trial, or you can join the program for $12.95 per month or pay $98 for an annual subscription. However, this program is available for half off ($49). This link From now until noon EDT on July 18.

with which Platinum Card® from American Express May receive statement credit for Walmart+ membership (subject to auto-renewal). Using your card to pay for membership will also provide a credit of up to $12.95 per month plus applicable taxes. Walmart InHome Plus Up benefits are not eligible.

Bottom line

In addition to many membership benefits, Walmart+ subscribers can access the annual Walmart+ Week, which usually takes place before Amazon Prime Day. This year, the sale ran from June 17 to 23 and included free express delivery, double savings on fuel and an additional 20% in Walmart Cash on flights, hotels, car rentals and various activities booked through the Walmart+ travel portal.

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