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Walmart Plus vs. Amazon Prime. 20 comparison to help you choose the best membership

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Ready for another subscription service? Walmart Plus has arrived, and while it’s already drawing comparisons to Amazon Prime, it’s not really the same. Here's everything you need to know about the new program: price, availability, and more. Let's compare with Bemorepanda.

How much does Walmart Plus cost?

You can pay an annual price of $ 98, or go monthly and pay $ 12.95 (which equates to $ 155.40 a year - obviously not the most cost-effective option). If you’re not sure the service will work, Walmart offers a free 15-day trial.

 

What’s included with Walmart Plus?

Drawing on the store’s original unlimited delivery option, Walmart Plus will offer “in-store pricing” and “as fast as same-day” delivery on more than 160,000 items. Basically, anything in-store can be on your doorstep in a day or even the same day at no extra charge. However, there is a minimum of $ 35 for deliveries.

 

Subscribers will also have access to Scan & Go, a feature of the Walmart app that lets you scan items as you go, and then pay for them using Walmart Pay - effectively bypassing the track payment.

 

There’s also a benefit to gas: you’ll save up to 5 cents a gallon at nearly 2,000 gas stations, and more to come.

How does Walmart Plus compare to Amazon Prime?

In appearance, this is similar to Walmart’s Amazon Prime version: essentially, “free” deliveries for subscribers. And Walmart does it for $ 21 less a year: $ 98 versus $ 119. Amazon also has two grocery corners: the company offers free two-hour delivery (if any) to Prime subscribers at its Whole Foods stores, always with a minimum order of $ 35. There’s also Amazon Fresh, a totally different grocery option that offers same-day delivery (if any) to Prime subscribers - also with that $ 35 minimum.

 

That said, comparisons stop largely there: while Walmart promises that “the list of benefits will continue to grow over time,” Amazon Prime offers a much wider range of benefits, including a multitude streaming media (music, movies, TV), free e-books and magazines, free PC games, and more.

Is Walmart Plus a good value?

It depends on a number of factors, but in the end, it comes down to whether you live close enough to Walmart to be actually eligible for delivery and how often you plan to enjoy that delivery.

 

For example, if you usually do your shopping once a week and use Walmart Plus each time, that’s only $ 1.89 a week (based on the $ 98 annual rate) for deliveries. It’s pretty cheap and it also saves you time, especially if you’re already shopping at Walmart. Delivery also reduces your risk of COVID-19 exposure.

 

The comparison table: 

 

Price

 

Amazon Prime: $12.99 a month or $119 a year.

Walmart Plus: $12.95 a month or $98 a year

 

Shipping

 

Amazon Prime: Subscribers can opt for free two-day shipping on eligible products, free same-day shipping for certain ZIP codes, and free two-hour delivery for certain items and ZIP codes.

Walmart Plus: Unlimited same-day delivery for 160,000 grocery items, tech products, and household essentials.

 

Order slots

 

Amazon Prime: Subscribers looking to organize their schedules can establish a weekly delivery day.

Walmart Plus: Whiteside told reporters that the service would not give subscribers priority over non-subscribers for time slots.

 

Streaming

 

Amazon Prime: Subscribers receive access to music, films, original TV shows, Twitch benefits, and channels like HBO, Showtime, and Starz.

Walmart Plus: Whiteside indicated to reporters that the subscription service could include entertainment options in the future.

 

Grocery benefits

 

Amazon Prime: Subscribers get deals and beneficial delivery options at Whole Foods, as well as free grocery delivery in certain regions.

Walmart Plus: Subscribers have access to an unlimited same-day delivery service for groceries.

 

Contactless shopping

 

Amazon Prime: None, though the company's contactless Amazon Go convenience stores are open to the public.

Walmart Plus: Members can access a "Scan & Go" feature through Walmart's app for touch-free checkout.

 

Gas discounts

 

Amazon Prime: None.

Walmart Plus: Subscribers can save up to $0.05 per gallon at 2,000 Walmart, Murphy USA, and Murphy Express gas stations.

 

Clothing

 

Amazon Prime: Subscribers have access to Prime Wardrobe and personal-shopper services that allow them to try on clothing before purchasing and opt for a monthly styling service.

Walmart Plus: None.

 

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In early September 2020, Walmart launched drone delivery of groceries and household items. The automated drones were created by the Israeli startup Flytrex Aviation and can fly a distance of about 10 km with loads weighing up to 3 kg. They take off from the landing site near the store.

 

The pilot began in Fayetteville, North Carolina, but if the results are successful, the program will be adapted to other areas. Thus, Walmart is trying to oppose the Amazon Prime service. Drones help reduce the likelihood of contact between customers and couriers, making them an increasingly popular option for businesses during a pandemic.

 

On the other hand, Amazon has not created any alliances like Walmart did and had built its own exclusive technology for drone delivery, which got approved by Federal Aviation Administration in late August to operate a fleet of Prime Air delivery drones.

 

So, as the war between the world largest retail companies heats up with drone deliver, let's have a look at how they compare: 

 

1.The property of drones

Amazon’s robotics team has built its own drones and received certification from the Federal Aviation Administration in late August to operate a fleet of Prime Air delivery drones.

 

Walmart contracts its drones from Flytrex (which are already part of the FFA’s UAS Integration Pilot Program), they don’t need to apply for direct certification.

 

2.Workers

Walmart hires workers with low human productivity with low wages of 2.1 M.

 

Amazon is hiring high-wage workers with high wages of 150K to work in contact with a growing number of automated smart machines. The ideal company is the one that does not hire people.

 

3.Growth prospects

Amazon has been regularly upgraded by analysts covering it, while Wal-Mart has recently been downsized. The reason for this is that although both companies are considered "blue chip" stocks, Amazon has much better growth prospects.

 

4.Stock price

Amazon's stock price already has all the expectations mentioned. If you bought Amazon and waited for the expectations, the price would only increase a little. If you bought Amazon and failed to meet expectations, the price would go down.

 

In comparison, Wal-Mart is a much safer investment. While the company faces a lot of problems (labor, competition, macroeconomic factors - its customer base tends to be less wealthy), Wal-Mart will not go anywhere in the near future, and its dividend will offset any growth. slow.

 

5.Profit

Walmart is a classic stock of value. Amazon is a classic growth stock. Measured in accounting or sales, Walmart is more than 5 times larger than Amazon. Walmart's profit margin is 3.19%, while Amazon is -0.2%.

 

6.Market capitalization

Walmart's earnings per share are 19.32%, while Amazon is -1.86%, but Walmart's most recent quarterly revenue is only 0.1% higher than the same quarter last year. Amazon's quarterly revenue growth is 19.9%

 

So Amazon's market capitalization is so high because investors believe it will grow up to ten times its current size. This much growth is already "valued" for the current capitalization of the Amazon market.

 

To understand why investors have so much trust in Amazon and relatively little trust in Walmart.

 

7.Automatization

Amazon will invest in the future. It moves aggressively to predict what customers will like and change the focus of the content accordingly. This is largely due to its focus on internal analytics and big data, as well as the risk tolerance of connecting to new markets.

 

However, Walmart emphasizes "cheapness" - the ten-year-old model of importing goods from China and reselling them in the US. It lags behind Amazon in terms of talent and vision.

 

An Amazon warehouse is increasingly automated, and Walmart is focusing on low-cost temporary workers.

 

8.Goals and revenue

Amazon is primarily a technology company and second only a retail market. It is limited primarily by its ability to find niches that can grow in new market segments and to complement those segments, rather than the size of retail, directly to the consumer market.

 

Walmart will continue to be significantly higher than Amazon's direct sales to consumer businesses. However, this will be a small percentage of Amazon's total revenue.

 

9.Costs

Both services will be able to do same-day deliveries. Walmart Plus will cost practically the same as Amazon Prime ($12.95 vs. $12.99 a month), but Amazon Prime will not include streaming services and media.

 

10.Markets

While Amazon still dominates the eCommerce market in the United States, Walmart has a giant network of stores nationwide.

 

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It's hard to believe that just a few decades ago, ordering online was more of a job than a convenience. Phone and fax orders were still the main means of payment for your product to be delivered as quickly as possible - via Fed-Ex, UPS or other courier services. However, by the mid-1990s, the seeds of what would become a 21st century acquisition had been planted. In 1994, Jeff Bezos founded Amazon. com, which started as an online bookstore.


But he didn't stop there; the company quickly expanded its offerings and became the poster child for online shopping, although some might say it was recently overtaken by its smaller competitor - E-Bay. One of the services now offered by Amazon. com is the Amazon Prime subscription, which offers an improved delivery speed and convenience to its loyal customers.


Amazon Prime is an optional Amazon subscription. The annual fee to take advantage of Amazon Prime is $ 79. 00. Provides members with free standard delivery, free delivery in 2 days and offers a shipping day at 3 USD. 99. In order to benefit from free delivery for a period of two days, an item must meet certain conditions; If the item the customer orders is not in stock, it will be delivered 2 days after the day it is reloaded, as some items may require preparation before they can be shipped.


The customer must check when he expects the item to arrive depending on when the order was placed; Any order placed on Friday or Saturday will be delivered the following Tuesday. In addition to these standard features, there are also options for fast delivery (limited to qualified locations) for $ 3.99 and Sunday delivery (for example, if the customer orders late on Friday or Saturday) for $ 15. 99. For certain items, delivery may be free on the date of issue (and depending on the location of the member). The "One-Click" command feature also presents these options for Amazon Prime members.


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4.Headphones


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6.Arrived in time


7.Ordering something on Amazon Prime


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12.Amazon remembers


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25.A break from Amazon


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27.Poor little child


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29.Peace was never an option


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Halloween horror movies wouldn't be the same without the terrifying soundtracks that characterize them. The ability to make a good horror soundtrack is not easy, requiring a combination of factors to create those bizarre sounds, and other pleasant musical elements.

 

Anyway, for a Halloween party we need a good and themed playlist. Amazon Music Playlist offers you the possibility to have the best Halloween songs on the background of your party, which scares you, but also makes you dance at the same time.

 

Music unites them all, and now you can do it even easier using Amazon Music Playlist. Bemorepanda recommends a perfect top of songs for this Halloween! Enjoy the party!

 

1. "Monster Mash" — Bobby (Boris) Pickett

 

Add this song to your Amazon Music Playlist. Listen 4 months for just $1

 

2."Ding Dong! The Witch Is Dead" — Ella

 

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3. "Bury a Friend" — Billie Eilish

 

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4. "The Phantom of the Opera" Overture — Andrew Lloyd Webber

 

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5. "Stranger Things" Theme — Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein

 

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6. "Haunted" — Beyonce

 

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7. "Haunted" — Taylor Swift

 

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8. "Creep" — Radiohead

 

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9. "A Nightmare on My Street" — DJ Jazzy & The Fresh Prince

 

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10. "Hells Bells" — AC/DC

 

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11. "Monster" — Kanye West ft. Jay-Z, Rick Ross, Nicki Minaj, Bon Iver

 

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12. "I Put a Spell On You" — Bette Midler

 

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13. "Thriller" — Michael Jackson

 

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14. "Ghostbusters" Theme — Ray Parker

 

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15. "This Is Halloween" — The Citizens of Halloween

 

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16. "Superstition" — Stevie Wonder

 

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17. "Somebody's Watching Me" — Rockwell

 

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18. "Time Warp" — Little Nell, Patricia Quinn, & Richard O'Brien

 

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19. "The Addams Family" Theme — Vic Mizzy

 

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20. "Wolves" — Selena Gomez & Marshmello

 

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21. "Dark Horse" — Katy Perry ft. Juicy J

 

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22. "I'm in Love with a Monster" — Fifth Harmony

 

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23. "Zombie" — The Cranberries

 

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24. "Highway to Hell" — AC/DC

 

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25. "Monster" — Lady Gaga

 

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26. "Runnin' with the Devil" — Van Halen

 

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27. "Get Ur Freak On" — Missy Elliot

 

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28. "Freaks Come Out at Night" — Whodini

 

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29. "She Wolf" — Shakira

 

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30. "The Monster" — Eminem ft. Rihanna

 

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31. "Werewolves of London" — Warren Zevon

 

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33. "Psycho Killer" — The Talking Heads

 

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34. "The Purple People Eater" — Sheb Wooley

 

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35. "Black Widow" — Iggy Azalea ft. Rita Ora

 

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36. "Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps)" — David Bowie

 

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37. "Disturbia" — Rihanna

 

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38. "Season of the Witch" — Donovan

 

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39. "Heads Will Roll" — Yeah Yeah Yeahs

 

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40. "Halloween" Theme — John Carpenter

 

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41. "Hungry Like the Wolf" — Duran Duran

 

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42. "Ghost" — Ella Henderson

 

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44. "Midnight City" — M83

 

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45. "Sympathy for the Devil" — The Rolling Stones

 

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46. "Black Magic Woman" — Fleetwood Mac

 

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47. "True Blood" — Justin Timberlake

 

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48. "Spooky" — Dusty Springfield

 

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49. "Boogie Monster" — Gnarls Barkley

 

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50. “Mad About You” -Hooverphonic

 

 

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Jeff Bezos is the first man to reach a fortune of 200 billion dollars, more precisely 204.6 billion. It happened after the capital of Amazon, the company he founded, increased by 2%. Thus, the wealth of Jeff Bezos became 90 billion higher than that of Bill Gates, who is in second place in the top of the world's rich.

 

Experts say the Amazon founder's fortune would have been even greater if he hadn't gone through the most expensive divorce in history last year. His ex-wife received 25% of the company's shares, which are now worth $ 63 billion.

 

Meanwhile, people started joking and creating funny memes about Jeff Bezos. Bemorepanda collected the top 50 funniest memes!

 

1.Giving bonuses to Amazon workers is a good idea

 

2.Jess doesn't buy shampoo

 

3.The stonks meme is finally released

 

4.Losing fans

 

5.Literally the same

 

6.Gef Bisos

 

7.Amazonians

 

8.Oligarchic Dozen

 

9.Eye to eye

 

10.What Jeff do before he goes to bed?

 

11.Single vs Married

 

12.Amazon

 

13.Rich americans

 

14.Similarities?

 

15.Is this the same person?

 

16.Money can't buy happiness

 

17.The richest person

 

18.Increase in net worth 2020

 

19.Virgin modern billionaire

 

20.China stealing technology

 

21.Sniffing cocaine

 

22.Adopted Jeff

 

23.1$ for sex

 

24.Jeff Benzos

 

25.Pizz for a team

 

26.Giving back

 

27.Owning amazon

 

28.Encouraging reminder

 

29.Giving back to Jeff community

 

30.Selling books firstly

 

31.Overpowered characters are bald

 

32.Jeff Bezos evolution

 

33.Saving private property 2

 

34.Work hard

 

35.Dressing up Jeff

 

36.Bow before your king

 

37.Self-made billionaires

 

38.Worldwide shipping

 

39.Amazon warehouses

 

40.Looting is absolutely unforgivable

 

41.Rich man

 

42.Perfection

 

43.Worldwide Amazon shipping

 

44.This guy made coronavirus

 

45.Trillionaire

 

46.After buying and then blasting the Netflix HQ

 

47.When he closes his eyes

 

48.Bezos be like

 

49.Being bald

 

50.Being an Amazon dragon

 

 

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