Walmart Ends ShippingPass Program, Lowers Free Shipping Threshold

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Walmart Free Two Day Shipping Threshold Lowered to $35

Walmart announced today that it is eliminating its ShippingPass program. Walmart launched the ShippingPass subscription back in May 2015 in an attempt to rival Amazon’s Prime. For $49 a year, the service offered free two-day shipping on any order at, as well as free returns online or in-store.

If you paid for a ShippingPass membership, don’t worry, Walmart will refund you the full amount within 30 days to the original form of payment.

In another move announced today, Walmart with make changes to its free two-day shipping. You’ll only need to spend $35 now in order to get free shipping, instead of $50 which was the previous threshold for those who didn’t have the ShippingPass. This is in line with’s free two-day shipping, the online retailer purchased by Walmart last year. The new offer is available starting at 8 a.m. EST today.  Items being shipped to stores continue to have no price threshold.



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