Join Walmart+ For 50% Off, Comes With Paramount+ Subscription

Walmart is offering a special membership discount ahead of its competitive Prime Day-style sale.


Walmart is running its own online sale, Walmart+ Week, to compete with Amazon's massive Prime Day 2023 sale next week. Walmart+ Week runs July 10-13, and you can expect tons of limited-time deals and extra savings from Walmart's online store exclusive to Walmart+ subscribers. While that means you need to be a Walmart+ subscriber to enjoy the best sales, Walmart is running a promotional deal for 50% off an annual Walmart+ subscription for new users. That's just $49 for one year of Walmart+ perks (normally $98/year). This promotional price is only available until July 13.

Walmart offers both annual and monthly subscriptions, and while the benefits are identical for both pricing tiers, the annual Walmart+ subscription can save you some cash versus the $12.95/month option, which totals $155 if you subscribe for 12 months. This 50% discount makes the annual subscription savings even better.

To get to discounted subscription, click the "claim offer" button from the link above, then follow the onscreen instruction to create your Walmart+ account. Once you're signed up, you can start using your membership perks like a free Paramount+ streaming subscription, free delivery from local Walmart stores, free shipping for online orders, and more. Joining Walmart+ today will also get you early access to all the upcoming Walmart+ Week deals and other special offers.

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Note that your membership will automatically switch to the full $98/year pricing after your promotional month is over, but you can always cancel your subscription or switch to the monthly plan ahead of time if you decide you don't want to stick with the yearly payments.

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