Walmart InHome Delivery 4+

A new kind of grocery delivery


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Walmart+ InHome is a new delivery service that gets the to-dos done. InHome uses smart entry technology to let our full-time, safety-trained associates deliver Walmart groceries and household essentials beyond your door. You can either set up your home's own keypad or get a smart device installed by our team to let associates bring in and neatly put away items into your home (even into your fridge). Head to to sign up and get started.

How to use Walmart+ InHome:

• See if your address is eligible, then sign up for InHome membership at

• After you've joined, place your order for store delivery in the Walmart app or on and make sure "InHome Delivery" is selected at checkout

• Your first order will arrive at your doorstep, so you can meet our team. Then, schedule an installation of a smart device (or set up your home's keypad) in our app to enable delivery into your home.

Key Features of the Walmart InHome app:

• Customers with devices set up can watch a video recording of every delivery into their home—they're available as soon as 15 minutes after delivery completion, and are watchable for up to a week after

• Get notifications at every step of your delivery—including when your order is on its way to your house and when the delivery has finished

• Meet the InHome associate who'll deliver your groceries

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What’s New

Version 1.17.1

Stability fixes and minor UI changes

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
6.8K Ratings

6.8K Ratings

Havens a xan ,

Was trying to sign up for Walmart plus

I called the delivery people on the phone because I was having trouble with the app. It would not let me sign up for Walmart plus. He told me to delete my app and get it back again. So that is what I am doing. I think you need to update your app. I am on a different app right now the delivery one. Because I always have my groceries and other stuff that I ordered from Walmart delivered to me. I like delivery now because you have your own vans now. It has Walmart written on the side. I feel a lot safer now when they pull up in my driveway. I did not like strangers coming to my house to deliver the groceries. Most of the time everything cold was hot. I would have to call you and then you would have to give me credits for my refrigerated stuff or my freezer stuff because it would all be melted and hot so I love your vans. Thank you very much for getting them. I am not scared anymore when I get my groceries delivered to me. The lady that delivers them to me she works on Wednesdays, so I will be ordering my groceries on Tuesday so she can deliver them on Wednesday to me. I like her a lot. she was very nice and polite and explained all about delivery plus. I can get it for $49 a year now because my pay is way under. I thank you very much for lowering the price so I could get Walmart plus
Sincerely, Walmart customer very pleased

Jay Lavee ,

Refused a tip

What a refreshing experience I just had with an InHome delivery person. I just had delivered, 4 12-packs of Propel flavored water. Not a light load to carry. I offered the delivery man, a very nice man of possibly Indian or Pakistani ethnicity, an $8 tip for his delivery efforts, and he totally turned it down. He said, “this is a free service sir. Have a nice afternoon.” I was floored. I am someone who always tips, but I also realize that one of the benefits of InHome is that delivery is free and there’s no tipping, a selling point of the service because delivery is done by store employees instead of a 3rd-party delivery service where tipping is pretty much expected. He was the nicest person and flatly refused to take a tip, even though I offered it at least three times. Honesty is so rare these days. So I give this man credit for insisting on abiding by the rules of the InHome service. Kudos, Walmart, for making a great hiring decision on this gentleman.

Jaguar Jon ,

Great delivery service from Walmart

I’ve tried delivery since the pandemic from both Publix (via Instacart) and Walmart. The annual fee is about the same. With Instacart it’s not unusual for me to get a’textster’. That’s when the shoppers want to have a text conversation from the time they start until the time they check out! I’m not into that at all, none whatsoever. They will actually send me a pic of the shelf where they may find a substitute that the shoppers want me to make a decision about. If my phone starts pinging an hour before my scheduled delivery I just cringe. At Walmart I’ve never been treated like that. If I designate’no substitute’ or if I send a shopper special instructions, the Walmart employee delivers my order correctly. After two years I can tell you that Walmart delivers my orders with no hassle, and I’ve never had to complain! Save your time and money! Jon Lemasters in Florida.

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