Walmart is expanding its online grocery pickup test to include five Neighborhood Market stores in Fayetteville, Springdale, Rogers and Bentonville, the company announced Tuesday.
The free service allows customers to order from a selection of groceries and other items online and pick them up at a participating store without having to get out of their cars.
Walmart began experimenting with online grocery services last year in five cities including its Walmart Pickup drive-thru location on Dodson Road in Bentonville.
Beginning this week, customers can shop at Walmart.com/grocery and schedule a pickup time on or after Sept. 23 at any of the five participating Neighborhood Market stores.
- Fayetteville, 2690 East Citizens Drive
- Springdale, 4900 Jennifer Terrace
- Rogers, 808 West Walnut (opens Sept. 23)
- Bentonville, 1703 East Central Avenue
- Bentonville, 1400 North Walton Boulevard
Each new location will offer designated parking spaces for online grocery pickup customers and Walmart staff will deliver the groceries to customers’ vehicles.