Walmart is expanding its new unlimited grocery delivery service. The world's biggest retailer said today it will expand Delivery Unlimited to 14-hundred stores this fall. The service will cost 98 dollars a year or 12-95 a month for an unlimited number of orders. Walmart's regular grocery delivery costs 9-99 for each order. Delivery Unlimited will be available by the end of this year in the 200 metro areas where Walmart already has regular grocery delivery. Those areas are home to more than 50-percent of the people in America. Walmart tested Delivery Unlimited earlier this year in Houston, Miami, Salt Lake City, and Tampa.
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