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Walmart Unveils Two-Day Free Shipping To Battle Amazon Online

May 12, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
Walmart is testing a two-day free shipping membership service as part of its efforts to compete with online retailer Amazon.com’s Prime service. According to the retailer, the service is an expansion of the program it tested in June 2015 when it launched a three-day delivery service. Called ShippingPass, Walmart’s service costs $49 a year and is supported by eight massive e-commerce warehouses across the US. Also, Walmart is using 80 of its 4,600 stores to send orders, get closer to customers, and reduce delivery time.
Phil Wahba, "Walmart Launches Two-Day Free Shipping to Take On Amazon", Fortune, May 12, 2016, © Time Inc.
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