EBT and Medicaid cardholders can get 50% off an Amazon Prime membership — here's how to sign up for the discount
EBT or Medicaid cardholders can save 50% on an Amazon Prime membership, bringing the cost down to just $5.99 per month. Keep reading to learn about the benefits of an Amazon Prime membership and how to qualify for the discount. Check out all of our Prime Day 2020 coverage here.
Without knowing all of the benefits of Amazon Prime, the membership might seem like another unnecessary expense, but in most instances, the perks and savings can outweigh the cost, even if you're on a tight budget. For those that are EBT or Medicaid cardholders, you can sign up for a Prime Membership at 50% off, bringing the rate down from $12.99 per month (or $119 per year) to $5.99 per month for qualified users. If you are ineligible for the EBT or Medicaid cardholder discount, another way to save on membership is to sign up for Amazon Prime Student if you have an active .edu email address. Read more: Every college student should sign up for Amazon Prime Student — it doesn't cost anything for the first 6 months
The benefits of Amazon Prime: In addition to free next-day or two-day shipping on millions of items, Amazon Prime can you save money on essentials like groceries, diapers, and baby food — not to mention trips to the store. It's also worth noting that Amazon now accepts SNAP EBT on qualifying grocery items. With access to a massive library of TV shows, movies, and original content through Prime Video, membership can also help you cut the cord if you're still paying for cable or satellite TV. Prime Day, Amazon's big two-day sale is another major benefit of having Amazon Prime. Members will have access to thousands of exclusive deals, many of which are just as good or better than Black Friday sales. Although the sale usually happens in mid-July, it's expected to be held later this year in September. Read more: What is Amazon Prime Day? Everything you need to know and what to expect. Sign up for Amazon Prime as a qualifying EBT or Medicaid cardholder, $5.99 per month Sign up for a traditional Amazon Prime membership, $12.99 per monthJoin the conversation about this story »
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Amazon Prime Day 2020: The best deals that are already available, and everything you need to know for October 13-14
Summary List Placement Table of Contents: Masthead StickyAmazon Prime Day 2020 starts at 12 a.m. PT,...Summary List Placement Table of Contents: Masthead StickyAmazon Prime Day 2020 starts at 12 a.m. PT, bringing more than 1 million exclusive deals to Amazon Prime subscribers. The sale will run over a 48-hour period from October 13 through October 14. Early-access deals are already available on everything from Fire tablets, Echo devices, budget TVs, and robot vacuums for eager buyers. If you want to take advantage of Prime Day deals, you'll need to sign up for a Prime membership. The service costs $13 a month or $120 per year, but new subscribers can take advantage of a free 30-day trial. Once the sale starts, shoppers will find significant discounts on Amazon devices and in-house brands, plus big deals on speakers, headphones, laptops, 4K TVs, kitchen appliances, and furniture, like Casper mattresses. Amazon competitors, including Walmart, Target, and Best Buy, will also host competing sales on top electronics and other products during Prime Day 2020, so even non-Prime members will be able to find plenty of good deals. Below, you'll find everything you need to know about Amazon Prime Day 2020, the deals currently live now, and what we're already seeing from other retailers. Below, you'll find everything you need to know about Amazon Prime Day 2020, the deals currently live now, and what we're already seeing from other retailers. Quick link: You'll find all of Amazon's Prime Day deals, including early deals, on this landing page. Some of the best early Prime Day deals you can get right now include: Roku Express HD streaming media player, $21 (Typically selling between $24-$29) [You save $8] Roku Premiere 4K streaming media player, $27 (Typically selling between $29-$39) [You save $12] Roku Streaming Stick+ media player, $38 (Typically selling for between $50-$60) [You save $22] Amazon Music Unlimited: New subscribers get four months for $1 [You save 96% on this subscription valued at $32. After the promotional period ends, Amazon's Music Unlimited costs $8 a month for Prime members.] Audible Premium Plus: save $50 on an annual subscription [You save 33% on this yearly subscription, plus receive 12 credits for any title redeemable in Audible's catalog.] Kindle Unlimited: save 50% on a six-month subscription [You save $30 on this subscription valued at $60.] Get a $10 credit to use on Prime Day when you spend $10 on items sold by small businesses before October 12 [You will get an email confirming your eligibility, but still need to claim it with the link provided.] Buy two 4th Gen Echo Dot devices for $80 with code: DOT2PACK Save up to 60% on select subscription boxes Save up to 50% on select clothing styles including Amazon Essentials and Goodthreads Echo Show 5 smart display, $45 (Typically selling for $90) [You save $45] Toshiba 55-inch smart 4K UHD Fire TV, $300 (Typically selling for $450) [You save $150] Insignia 50-inch smart 4K UHD Fire TV, $250 (Typically selling for $350) [You save $100] Toshiba 43-inch smart 1080p Fire TV, $180 (Typically selling for $280) [You save $100] Toshiba 32-inch smart 1080p Fire TV, $120 (Typically selling for $180) [You save $60] Roborock S5 MAX robot vacuum, $439 (Typically selling for $550) [You save $111 on a robot vacuum that doubles as a mop] Early Amazon Prime Day deals If you're looking for Prime Day deals you can shop right now, bookmark Amazon's daily deals page and check every morning for timed "lightning deals" and other Prime early-access deals. A collection of 4K Smart TVs from Insignia and Toshiba are among the biggest early Prime Day 2020 deals. Prices start at $200 for a 43-inch Insignia Fire TV and $210 for a 43-inch Toshiba Fire TV. Sony's 65-inch x900H 4K TV is also on sale for $998, which is a $402 discount from its full price. Roku's three streaming devices are on sale as well, with prices ranging from $21 for the Roku Express HD to $38 for the 4K HDR capable Roku Streaming Stick+. Early Prime Day deals on Amazon devices include $70 off Fire HD 10 tablets, $20 off the Kindle Paperwhite (essentials bundle), $15 off the Kindle Kids Edition (essentials bundle), and a $45 discount on the Echo Show 5. Amazon's family of Ring video doorbell devices are on sale too, along with a bundle that packs a free Echo Dot speaker with the Ring Peephole Cam. Prime members can get three free months of Kindle Unlimited if they purchase a six-month Kindle Unlimited subscription for $30 (a 50% discount on the standard price). Even if you don't own a Kindle, new subscribers can take advantage of Amazon's offer for one free month of Kindle Unlimited using the Kindle app. Today's other top daily deals include up to 30% off clothing from Amazon in-house clothing brands like Goodthreads and Daily Ritual, as well as discounts on Oster kitchen appliances. Below, check out some of the best early Prime Day deals on Amazon that are live and available to shop now. What kinds of deals will I find during Prime Day? There are two types of deals you should be aware of: daily deals and Lightning deals. The former are one-day offers, usually grouped by brand or category, and change at the end of the day. The latter are limited-stock offers released throughout the day. If you plan to spend more than $40 on Prime Day, Amazon is offering a $10 promotional credit if you purchase a $40 Amazon gift card or reload your own Amazon gift card balance with $40 or more. You'll be able to spend that $10 credit anytime before November 29, and it's pretty much free money. You'll find all of Amazon's Prime Day deals on this Amazon page once the event begins. Continue reading for some sales we expect to see come out in droves: Best Prime Day tech deals Outside of Black Friday, Amazon Prime Day is when we see the steepest discounts on TVs, speakers, headphones, laptops, computers, games, and, of course, Amazon goods. While we don't expect to see major discounts, if any, on recently released products, shoppers can expect heavy price cuts on last year's models. PC gamers can look forward to deep discounts on monitors, mice, mechanical keyboards, and other PC peripherals during Prime Day too. Popular brands, like Razer, Steelseries and Logitech, have been known to drop prices on their gaming products to all-time lows during Prime Day. Best Prime Day TV deals During Prime Day, shoppers will see all-time low prices on 4K TVs from Toshiba and Insignia. Amazon also confirmed that select Samsung and Sony TVs will be 30% off during Prime Day 2020, and you can expect competitive prices on low- and mid-range TVs from TCL and Hisense. Best Prime Day Nintendo Switch deals Several Nintendo Switch games including "New Super Mario Bros U Deluxe," " Super Mario Party," and "Yoshi's Crafted World" are on sale for $40 during Prime Day, but don't expect to see many PlayStation or Xbox deals with the new PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S consoles due out in early November. Amazon will offer a discounted bundle packaging a 128GB MicroSD card with one year of the Nintendo Switch Online service during Prime Day 2020, though the price hasn't been announced. MicroSD cards are essential for expanding the Switch's 32GB storage, so we'll likely see more discounts from companies like Samsung, Sandisk, and PNY. Best Prime Day deals on Apple devices Apple is expected to reveal the iPhone 12 on October 13, but don't expect to see it on sale during Prime Day. Instead, you'll likely be able to find deals on Apple's AirPods and Beats headphones. AirPods Pro are currently selling for $199 on Amazon, which is $50 off their full price. Amazon-owned Woot.com is currently offering deals on iPads and Macbook computers with those sales scheduled to end when Prime Day begins. Best Prime Day smartphone deals Smartphone shoppers can look forward to lots of options during Prime Day 2020, with newly announced Android phones from Samsung and Google joining the market. Google's Pixel 3 is already on sale for $339 with the Pixel 5 due out later this month, and Prime Day could bring deeper discounts on the Pixel 4 and Samsung's Galaxy S20 phones, which launched in May. Best Prime Day Kindle deals Two versions of Amazon's popular Kindle ereader will be on sale during Prime Day 2020; Kindle Paper White and Kindle Kids Edition. The Kindle Paperwhite, our pick for best midrange ereader, will see a $50 discount to $80. The Kindle Kids Edition will be discounted $35 to $75. Last year also included moderate price drops for the Kindle Oasis and standard Kindle, plus discounts on ebooks, so don't be surprised if more Kindle deals appear on Prime Day. Best Prime Day laptop deals If you're in the market for a new laptop, expect to see discounts on work notebooks, and gaming computers from companies like, Acer, Asus, HP, and Samsung. Gamers can look forward to deep discounts on monitors, mice, mechanical keyboards, and other PC peripherals during Prime Day. Popular brands like Razer, Steelseries, and Logitech have been known to drop prices on their gaming products to all-time lows during Prime Day. Best Prime Day Chromebook deals In addition to the aforementioned laptops, shoppers can expect to see several discounts on Chromebooks. This year, Chromebooks are an especially hot commodity. While we've seen a big shortage on these Google-powered laptops in the last few months, we expect to see renewed stock during the shopping event. Best Prime Day deals on headphones This year, shoppers will likely see two types of headphones see big discounts: noise-cancelling headphones and truly wireless earbuds. We expect discounts from both the high- and low-end of the headphone market, including discounts on products from Apple, Beats, Bose, Samsung, Anker, Aukey, TaoTronics, and Sennheiser. Best Prime Day deals on speakers In addition to Echo speakers, shoppers will see several discounts on nearly every other type of speaker. We expect to see more than a few deals on Bluetooth speakers from companies like JBL, Ultimate Ears, Bose, and Marshall. Plus, we're also likely to see several Alexa-enabled, WiFi speakers and soundbars go on sale, including those from Sonos and Harman Kardon. Best Prime Day kitchen deals If you're looking for a kitchen upgrade, Prime Day is a great time to shop. Top brands like Cuisinart and Pyrex will see discounts throughout Prime Day, and Instant Pot products will be up to 50% off. Best Prime Day vacuum deals Quite a few vacuums, especially Alexa-compatible robot vacuums, will see big markdowns during Prime Day. Expect discounts on upright, cordless, and robot vacuums from companies like Dyson, Bissell, Eufy, and iRobot. Amazon Prime Day 2020 FAQs Shopping during Prime Day 2020 can be a little overwhelming. To help, we're answering all the most common questions our readers have regarding the sales event, including dates, competing sales, how to prepare, and more. What is Amazon Prime Day? Introduced in 2015 in part to celebrate Amazon's 20th anniversary, the first Amazon Prime Day was a one-day-only retail holiday for Prime members that sought to overtake Black Friday as the sales event of the year. During the event, prices drop to all-time lows, often beating out prices we see over Black Friday and Cyber Monday. The sale covers every product category Amazon offers: tech, beauty, home and kitchen, fashion, and smart home are just a few of the huge variety of items that will be discounted. Last year's Amazon Prime Day was a huge success; during the 48-hour sale event held on July 15-16, Prime members bought more than 175 million items. It was the biggest shopping day in company history until it was surpassed by Cyber Monday shortly after, a familiar pattern of record-breaking. When is Amazon Prime Day 2020? Amazon Prime Day is scheduled for 12 a.m. PT on Tuesday, October 13 through Wednesday, October 14, 2020, as it was originally postponed due to COVID-19. Prime Day is an annual 48-hour sale where Amazon Prime members can get deals on products such as laptops, TVs, smartphones, wearables, and more. Shoppers, however, don't need to wait until then to take advantage of deals. Prime members can shop early deals and offers leading up to Prime Day. In addition to markdowns on Amazon devices, like select Fire TVs and the Fire TV Recast, Prime members can enjoy discounts on subscriptions to Audible, Amazon Music Unlimited or Kindle Unlimited, Amazon Fresh, plus several Amazon clothing brands, like GoodThreads and Daily Ritual. Prime members in the following countries can participate in the event: the US, UK, UAE, Spain, Singapore, Netherlands, Mexico, Luxembourg, Japan, Italy, Germany, France, China, Canada, Belgium, Austria, Australia, and — for the first time this year — Turkey and Brazil. Was Amazon Prime Day postponed this year? Prime Day in past years has always taken place during the summer, specifically in July. Due to recent supply-chain delays and increased demand related to the novel coronavirus pandemic, Amazon has pushed Prime Day 2020 to October 13-14. Who can access Prime Day deals? Only Amazon Prime members can take advantage of this event. Signing up is easy though, and a membership comes with many more benefits than just Prime Day deals access and free two-day shipping. New members can sign up for a free 30-day trial with full benefits before committing. We're currently in the sweet spot wherein you can sign up for the month-long free trial, shop Prime Day, and avoid paying for the subscription cost. Of course, you can also just pay for a $13 month-long subscription to shop Prime Day, if you've already had a Prime subscription. Do other stores take part in Amazon Prime Day? Walmart, Target, and Best Buy will offer sales with competitive pricing during and around the event. However, the volume and quality of these competitor deals are up in the air, as the postponement of Prime Day 2020 has left us very close to Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Walmart's "Big Save Event" leapfrogged Prime Day by starting on October 11, and it will last until Thursday, October 15 – a day longer than Prime Day itself. However, it still remains to be seen how Walmart+, the retail giant's Amazon Prime "competition," factors into the equation. It's likely that Walmart will have early offers and some exclusive discounts for subscribers. Fortunately, Walmart+ offers a 15-day free trial. Target's 'Deal Days' event matches Prime Day's dates and will offer shoppers "double the deals compared to last year." As with Amazon Prime Day, Target will offer "early-bird deals" ahead of 'Deal Days' plus exclusive discounts for Target Circle members. Best Buy has historically offered discounts during Prime Day and this year will be no different. During the sale, Best Buy will sell laptops starting as low as $120, JBL Free true wireless headphones for $70, and a Samsung 70-inch 4K smart TV for $530. Of course, Best Buy will reveal more as we get closer to the event. Shoppers, however, can expect to see discounts on Apple devices, laptops, big-screen TVs, and kitchen appliances during their competing Prime Day sale. Best Buy, like Target and Walmart, price matches many of Amazon's discounts, with or without a formal event announcement. We'll be covering the best deals from these retailers, plus other notable stores and companies, during Prime Day, just as we do during the rest of the year. How will this Prime Day be different from years past? With Prime Day happening so close to Black Friday this year, competing sales and the number of overall deals will most likely be fewer in number. Rival retailers may do as little as match Amazon's discounts on Amazon products, like Kindles and Echo speakers, and a few high-demand products, like Sony headphones or gaming consoles. The larger ripple we expect to see this Amazon Prime Day is less available stock and potentially delayed shipping. Shipping speeds often take a hit during these high-traffic events, and we expect it to be worse than in years past. With supply chains still not back up to snuff since prior to the pandemic, high-demand items like webcams, home office furniture, brand-name hand sanitizers, workout equipment, sewing machines, and the like will probably run out quickly, if they're in stock at all. How do I prepare for Amazon Prime Day? With Amazon Prime Day fast approaching, there are a few steps you can take to get the most out of the big shopping event. This prep can save you a ton of time and effort on the actual deal days and net you nearly $100 in account credit to use on October 13-14. Make sure you're an Amazon Prime member ahead of the sales event. Download the Amazon app. Shop Amazon's physical stores to collect bonus credit, refill your Amazon account balance, and apply for an Amazon.com Store card. Consider that just by shopping for groceries with Amazon, you can collect up to $50 in "free money" and adding an Amazon.com Store Card to your wallet will net you a $60 gift card. Create a shopping plan and narrow down what you want to buy. For more detailed information on how to get ready to shop Amazon Prime Day 2020, read this. You can also prepare by reading up on everything Prime Day-related to learn about what types of deals to expect and how to shop special promotions like Lightning Deals. We recommend holding off on buying Amazon devices and services until deals start to go live, if you can. While we also expect other smart home brands to drop in price considerably, brands like Kindle and Echo are our for-sure bet to drop in price. We also recommend waiting to sign up for any Amazon services or memberships, like Amazon Music Unlimited or Kindle Unlimited, as they often drop down to record-breaking lows during Prime Day. If one of the products on your wish list didn't receive a discount during Prime Day — don't immediately surrender to the retail price. In a little more than a month after Prime Day, Black Friday and Cyber Monday may offer the discount you were hoping for. Which is better for deals: Prime Day or Black Friday? 2020 has been an unprecedented year for deals events, so making solid predictions based on past years is somewhat difficult. However, we can expect Amazon-branded merchandise (e.g., Kindle, Echo, Ring, etc.) to be at all-time lows during Prime Day, the company's own event. We could speculate for days whether or not retailers will be able to offer equally jaw-dropping prices as past years, but with the delays in supply chains and shipping, and demand increases, prices this year between either Prime Day or Black Friday may not be as great as in past years (if there's even enough stock).SEE ALSO: All the useful Amazon Prime benefits to know that go beyond free 2-day shipping Join the conversation about this story »
Summary List Placement Table of Contents: Masthead StickyAmazon Prime Day 2020 is set to launch on...Summary List Placement Table of Contents: Masthead StickyAmazon Prime Day 2020 is set to launch on October 13 and will run through October 14. The massive sales event will offer tons of discounts on all kinds of products, including headphones. A great pair of headphones can enhance your music-listening, movie-watching, and gaming experience. There are many worthwhile headphones out there, but the best of them can often get pricey. Amazon Prime Day 2020 should offer the perfect opportunity to find a variety of over-ear headphones, true wireless earbuds, and gaming headsets on sale. Last year's Prime Day featured deals on lots of headphones, including models from Apple, Sony, Bose, Beats, Jabra, HyperX, and more. It's likely that Prime Day 2020 will provide a similar assortment of discounts. Below, we've highlighted some headphones that are likely to be on sale for Prime Day 2020, along with current pricing and discounts you can find right now. For more Prime Day coverage, you can find all the best Prime Day tech deals here. Early Prime Day headphone deals Amazon hasn't announced any specific headphone deals yet, but the company is promising that customers can "save up to 30% on headphones from top brands" once Prime Day 2020 begins. We'll update this page with all the best headphone deals as they go live throughout the event. Though there are no headphone deals yet, Amazon is currently offering an early deal on its Music Unlimited subscription service, which could be of interest to headphone shoppers looking for an affordable music streaming platform. Prime members who haven't signed up for Music Unlimited before can now get four months for just $1. The service usually costs $8 a month. When is Prime Day? Amazon Prime Day 2020 will begin on October 13 and will run through October 14. Deals on headphones are expected to be offered throughout the two-day sale, so check back for a full breakdown when Prime Day starts. To shop Prime Day headphone deals during the event, you'll need to be an Amazon Prime subscriber. A Prime subscription costs $13 a month, or $120 for an annual membership. Amazon Prime subscriptions come with several perks and features, including free two-day shipping on many products, access to the Prime video streaming library, and more. If you're new to Amazon Prime, you can get a free 30-day trial when you sign up. This means that new members who subscribe now can try the service for free and take part in all the upcoming Prime Day deals. What Prime Day headphone deals to expect Prime Day 2020 is expected to include deals on headphones of all types and sizes. We don't know what specific models will be discounted just yet, but we can anticipate some likely candidates based on last year's sale. During Amazon's Prime Day event last year, various over-ear headphones, earbuds, wireless headphones, and gaming headsets were on sale, including models from brands like Apple, Sony, Bose, Beats, Jabra, HyperX, and more. It's likely that Prime Day 2020 will offer similar deals. Apple's popular AirPods were among the items on sale last year, and it's possible that the newer AirPods Pro will be included for Prime Day 2020. Other popular earbuds, like Sony's WF-1000XM3, are also likely candidates since they've already seen frequent discounts throughout the year. In fact, the 1000Xm3 are $52 off their full price right now. This is a common sale price for this particular model, however, so a better deal could be offered on Prime Day. More new headphone models that weren't available on Prime Day last year could make the cut this year as well. Bose has its new 700 noise-cancelling headphones and Sony has its new WH-1000XM4. With that said, it's more likely that Sony's previous-generation WH-1000XM3 could get discounted to help clear out older stock. True wireless earbud deals we saw last year True wireless headphones continue to grow in popularity. These compact headphones feature a convenient design with separate left and right buds that connect wirelessly and are completely free from cables. When it comes to popular earbuds, few are as ubiquitous as Apple's AirPods. The standard models with wired and wireless cases were discounted during last year's Prime Day. Both of those are actually on sale for even less right now, so it's possible a better deal could be offered once Prime Day 2020 kicks off. Meanwhile, the more advanced AirPods Pro weren't released in time for Prime Day last year, but they're available for just $199 right now. Other earbuds from Bose and Jabra were also included in last year's Prime Day deals, so we're hoping that similar models from these companies and other brands will be discounted during this year's event. Wireless headphone deals we saw last year True wireless earbuds are popular for their portability, but not everyone needs headphones so small. A nice pair of over-ear or on-ear wireless headphones can be better fit for buyers who prioritize sound quality. Beats, Bose, Sony, Sennheiser, Jabra, and Cowin wireless headphones were all discounted during last year's Prime Day event. The previous-generation Beats Solo3 were just $140 so a similar deal on the newer model is possible. Meanwhile, the Bose SoundLink II were $70 off their full price, and Sony's WH-CH700N were $90, so new discounts on those models or other similar Sony and Bose headphones are likely. Wired headphone deals we saw last year Wireless headphones are convenient but, if you're an audiophile, then it's likely you prefer the audio performance that wires bring. Even entry-level wired headphones have some great things to offer, too — namely the fact that they're typically cheaper than their wireless counterparts. The limited edition blue version of Audio-Technica's ATH-M50x headphones were on sale for $99 on Prime Day last year. That specific version is no longer available, but a deal on other colors or similar headphones could be featured this year. Sennheiser's HD 599 were also on sale last year. These premium headphones feature an open-back design which, while not ideal for noise isolation, provides high-end audio performance. The HD 599 were $100 on Prime Day last year, so a new deal on this model or other Sennheiser headphones could be offered on Prime Day 2020. Gaming headset deals we saw last year A reliable gaming headset can provide an immersive multiplayer experience, offering enveloping audio and an integrated microphone for easy voice chat. Last year's Prime Day event included several deals on gaming headsets from companies like HyperX, SteelSeries, and Razer. Most notably, the HyperX Cloud Stinger, our current pick for the best budget gaming headset, was on sale for $40. Meanwhile, the SteelSeries Arctis 7 was marked down to $100. We're anticipating similar discounts on these models and other gaming headsets once Prime Day 2020 starts. How to shop for headphones Headphones are available in different styles and sizes to suit different performance needs and budgets. Some buyers might prefer a model that emphasizes accurate audio performance, while others may opt for a pair that prioritizes portability. Over-ear headphones are bigger than other styles and feature earcups that cover your ears to create a seal. This type of headphone is a good fit for people who want the best sound quality and noise isolation. On-ear headphones are similar, but their earcups simply rest on your ear rather than create a seal over them. This allows on-ear models to be a bit more compact, but they're less ideal for blocking outside noise. Gaming headsets can be either over-ear or on-ear, but they usually include a built-in boom microphone for voice chat. Meanwhile, if portability is your main interest, earbuds are the best option since they use separate buds designed to rest just outside or within your ear canal. True wireless models are even more convenient since they're completely free from cables. For more headphone recommendations and deals all year long, check out our roundup of the best headphone deals, and our various headphone buying guides: Best cheap headphones Best true wireless earbuds Best earbuds Best noise-cancelling headphones Best over-ear headphones Join the conversation about this story »
Yesterday, Walmart announced a new service to compete with Amazon Prime. The membership program, Walmart+, will...Yesterday, Walmart announced a new service to compete with Amazon Prime. The membership program, Walmart+, will be available to all customers on September 15. Here is everything we know about the service so far.Read more...