Bear got it in his head a few days ago that he wanted to have a lemonade stand (his first one ever!) so of course my mama heart melted. Shortly after, it hit me that we didn’t have anything at our house to have a lemonade stand. I didn’t want to take both boys into the store, as you mamas can relate to I’m sure, so Walmart Grocery Pickup was FTW in a big way.
Bear’s shirt ($2!) | Boone’s romper | Boone’s shoes | my tee | my jeans | drink dispenser
I’ve been using Walmart Grocery Pickup so much lately and plan to start using the Delivery service as well. You can order groceries, party supplies, dinner supplies, cookware sets, camping and outdoor supplies all at Walmart.com/Grocery or through the Walmart Mobile Grocery App, which is a life saver for busy mamas.
I was talking to some of my friends about Walmart Grocery Pickup a few weeks ago and one of them said she was afraid to use it because she likes to pick her own fresh produce. I was weary of that too, until I learned that the Pickup/Delivery associates are trained to pick the freshest items (100% freshness guaranteed or your money back). Another friend didn’t utilize Pickup because she didn’t want to pay additional fees for it, until I told her that it’s completely free ($30 minimum purchase required).
It’s so easy to do: You set your pickup time (or delivery time if you want it brought to your house) and then opt for text, email, or in app notifications on your order. They will tell you when your order is ready (if you’re going to pickup) and then you just let them know you’re on your way. The Walmart associate will literally load your order right into your car so you don’t even have to get out. Best invention ever! Bear has no interest in going in the store (unless he’s getting a toy), so this is a win/win for everyone.
Right now you can get $10 off your first order of $50 or more with code M2A3DZ3F. Just go to Walmart.com/Grocery or download the Walmart Grocery App to redeem (offer is only good for first time customers and expires on 1/31/2020). I promise if you use this service once, you’ll be hooked!
And if you couldn’t tell, Bear’s lemonade stand was a big hit with the neighborhood kids. He was so cute making the sign; I told him to put “lemonade” and a price, so he added the “good” like a smart little entrepreneur. Can’t believe summer is coming to a close so soon- trying to soak up all the fun activities while we can!
*This post is sponsored by Walmart, however all thoughts and opinions are my own.