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Lansing Walmart one of only three locations to offer online grocery delivery

Deliveries available as early as Thursday, May 24

by Katie Arvia

LANSING, Ill. (May 20, 2018) – Ordering groceries is as easy as clicking a few buttons, thanks to Walmart’s new online grocery delivery. The new service is currently accepting grocery orders with deliveries available as early as Thursday. Delivery is available to all homes within a 7.5-mile radius of the Lansing Walmart located at 17625 Torrence Avenue.

Some residents of Calumet City, Hammond, and Munster will also be able to take advantage of this new service, if their homes fall within the 7.5-mile limit. Darnella Singleton, Lansing Walmart’s eCommerce Manager, said that only the Lansing, Plainfield, and Bolingbrook locations are offering delivery service as of now, meaning a great opportunity for Lansing residents to try something new.

And, according to Singleton, the delivery service is quick and easy to use. She said, “If the customer chooses the delivery option, they’ll input their address, and the driver brings the delivery directly to the door.” Singleton also stated that in-store pick-up is also an option for customers. “Once the order’s ready, they’ll just drive to the side of the building and pick it up there,” she explained. The pick-up option is always free and has been available to guests since April, as reported in this April 4 article.

At the ceremony announcing grocery delivery, Walmart also reminded shoppers about their free grocery pickup service. (Photo: Katie Arvia)

Bria Fachon (left) from Power 92.3 was joined by local DJ, who provided the event’s entertainment. (Photo: Katie Arvia)
The official unveiling of Walmart’s new delivery service featured lots of fun, including nearly 400 cupcakes, a local DJ and radio personality, and freebies for customers. Bria Fachon from Power 92.3 handed out coupons and information to guests and was joined by local DJ, who provided the event’s entertainment.

On their way in and out of the store, customers stopped to talk about the new service and pick up some goodies. Many people seemed excited to try the new service.

Shoppers interested in trying Walmart’s new delivery service can visit and click on the Grocery button at the top right of the page. Walmart’s delivery fee for groceries is $9.95 per order, but as part of their ongoing promotion, first-time deliveries are free when the promo code FRESHCAR is used at checkout. A minimum $50 order must be placed in order to use the coupon code.


Katie Arvia
Katie Arvia
Katie is a lifelong Lansing native who currently works full-time in marketing while also freelance reporting for The Lansing Journal. In 2015, she graduated with high honors from Saint Xavier University in Chicago with a BA in English, and she plans to pursue a Master's degree in the near future. Her favorite Lansing Journal assignments include coverage of TF South High School's walkout ("Demonstrating the possibilities") and her St. Patrick's Day interview with her grandma ("St. Patrick's Day traditions: reflections of an Irish granddaughter").