Walmart Canada Announces the Launch of Delivery Pass; Laurent Duray and Ignacio Baladron Comment
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO, CANADA - Walmart is upping the convenience and saving time for its Canadian shoppers. With the introduction of its subscription program, Delivery Pass, the retailer is giving consumers access to unlimited, free next-day delivery on a vast selection of items.
“Canadians don’t have to choose between fast, convenient delivery and our everyday low prices. We’re transforming our omnichannel offering to better serve Canadians, aiming to build the most efficient, consistent, and affordable way to shop in Canada,” says Laurent Duray, Chief E-Commerce Officer, Walmart Canada. “Delivery Pass is going to be a game-changer for Canadians by giving them the products they need, when and how they want them, at the best prices.”
Some of the key benefits of Delivery Pass include:
- Unlimited, free next-day delivery or upgrade to same-day or express delivery at a discounted cost
- Access to the same low in-store prices on more than 65,000 items, including groceries
- Flexible plans that don’t lock shoppers in
According to a press release, the subscription service is offered at an everyday low price of $8.97 monthly or $89 annually.
“Not only will our customers save money when shopping with Walmart Canada, they can now spend less time shopping in-store with groceries and more delivered right to their doors from our stores. We’re unlocking access to unlimited, free next-day delivery on items including groceries, electronics, and toys, at a low price they can afford,” says Ignacio Baladron, Vice President, Omnichannel Operations, Walmart Canada. “We’re excited to launch today and already have ambitious plans to evolve the program and unlock new features. Delivery Pass is just getting started!”
Walmart’s Ottawa-based customers can now purchase Delivery Pass through the Walmart Canada app, with Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver launches to roll out across the country later this summer.
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