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Walmart Brings InHome to Five More States

Walmart InHome

Walmart said Friday it is expanding its InHome delivery service to an additional 10 million U.S. households. Customers in select cities in California, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, and Pennsylvania will have access to the service.

InHome grocery delivery brings groceries to customers’ doorsteps, offering the ability to go a step further to allow delivery workers to unpack items directly into customers’ kitchen or garage refrigerators.

“The expansion of InHome comes at the perfect time for families… embarking on the busy summer season and are looking for faster, more convenient ways to complete those everyday chores,” said Haley McShane, general manager of InHome, Walmart U.S., in a statement. “We understand that customers are busy and want to make sure that they can have a seamless shopping experience that fits their needs.”

InHome delivery orders are placed on the retailer's website or app. When employees go into the customer’s house to unpack items, they will be given a one-time access code to unlock the customer’s door or garage and wear a camera to record the entire delivery.

Walmart launched InHome delivery in 2019. Since then, the retailer has expanded the service to more than 50 markets and 45 million homes, including the most recent additions, according to Walmart.

InHome is available as an add-on to Walmart+ membership for $12.95 per month or $98 per year program.