Walmart takes on Amazon with 2-day delivery service

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Walmart takes on Amazon with 2-day delivery service
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Walmart is sharpening its attack on Amazon.com.

The world’s largest retailer is trimming its free-shipping pilot program from three days to two for members, and cutting a dollar off the membership price, which is now $49 per year.

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Walmart last year announced that it was testing the new service, its own version of Amazon Prime’s two-day shipping.

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Amazon membership costs $99 a year, but members get a lot of perks, including household product subscriptions, one and two hour Prime Now delivery, and streaming music and video.

Walmart says that ShippingPass allows shoppers to get more than one million items, including the most commonly purchased goods at Walmart.com.

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