If you’re shopping at Walmart, get ready for this “fantastic” new change
Some of us are avid Walmart shoppers, while others only go there in a pinch. Whatever your shopping preferences, it’s well known that Walmart offers a wide range of products both online and in-store, which is part of what makes shopping so appealing. If you don’t normally shop at Walmart, however, the retail giant gives you a great reason to start. Read on to find out what Walmart is calling the “fantastic” new change and how you can take advantage of it right now.
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There has been a steady stream of changes at Walmart over the past few months. More recently, the retailer announced that it would move away from its “big box” model and open smaller stores in partnership with Getaway, a vacation rental company. Five “The General Store by Walmart” locations are set to open this year at different Getaway “outposts” – essentially a collection of tiny cabins for rent – meaning you’ll need to be ready for a camping trip to browse these mini-hubs .
Other changes have been implemented that directly impact Walmart’s customer base, including new augmented reality features in the Walmart app and updated online search capabilities for those who speak Spanish. But Walmart has now expanded its shopping services and gone one step further, giving you another option to shop online.
As with many large retailers, there are several ways to shop at Walmart. You can do it the old-fashioned way and browse the aisles with your list and a shopping cart, or you can fill a virtual shopping cart online and have items delivered to your door or groceries straight to your fridge. If you prefer shopping online, you’ll be pleased to know that you now have a larger inventory.
According to a blog post by Michael Mossergeneral manager of Walmart Marketplace, when shopping on Walmart.com, another section is now available, Walmart restored.
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Walmart’s dedicated shoppers love a bargain, and that’s exactly what Walmart has in mind with the introduction of Walmart Restored. According to Mosser’s blog post, the program allows customers to buy refurbished products at the “everyday low prices” they’ve come to know and love, especially in light of inflation. keep on going.
“At Walmart, we already work with sellers and suppliers on Walmart.com who are committed to refurbishing premium products and getting them ready for a new home at a fraction of the usual costs,” Mosser wrote. “And now those items will be even easier to find and buy with the restored Walmart program designation.”
When you visit the Restored Walmart page, you can browse everything from refurbished cell phones to home security systems to vacuum cleaners, all of which have been tested, inspected and professionally cleaned. Items may have light scratches or marks, but nothing major – the restored Walmart page states that “products have no cosmetic imperfections when held at 12 inches”.
According to Mosser, while products are sold by “top-rated vendors and suppliers on performance management,” if your refurbished item isn’t up to snuff, Walmart gives you 90 days to return or replace your item. purchase.
Currently, Walmart Restored is only available virtually, but the retailer has bigger plans.
“The Walmart Restored program helps build trust with our customers by delivering fantastic value to shoppers,” Mosser wrote. “Online now and in select stores later this fall, the program also gives customers choice and the ability to extend the life of a product.”
Walmart didn’t specify which stores would offer the ability to browse refurbished products in person, but if you’re looking for new technology or appliances, or are looking for a sustainable shopping option, you can browse the existing product. assortment online now.