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Attention Walmart shoppers: the grocery store is on its way to your doorstep!

On Monday, the superstore retailer announced 10 area Walmart stores are rolling out Online Grocery Delivery to those stores, including locations in Taylors and Simpsonville.

In order to use the service, customers can visit or use the Walmart Grocery app, enter in their ZIP codes, and begin making their shopping lists. Once they're done loading their digital baskets, a personal shopper will go through the store to pick the items out. A delivery driver will then load up the groceries and personally deliver the requested items to customer's homes within a one-hour delivery window of their choosing.

On top of the cost of the groceries, customers are charged a $9.95 fee, and no subscription is needed.

The new service is an extension of Walmart's Online Grocery Pick-up, which lets customers order groceries and have them deliver to their cars in the parking lot.

Interested customers can use the code FRESHCAR to get their orders delivered for free with a minimum $50 order.

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