Walmart is offering enhanced access to holiday toys like "Barbie."
Walmart is providing holiday shoppers a break on their traditional Thanksgiving feast and easier online access to gift items as part of its holiday campaign.
Starting Wednesday, Nov. 1, 2023, the discounter will offer two Thanksgiving meal packages at a lower price than it offered in 2022. One features ingredients for cooking from scratch, and one provides more convenient, ready-to-bake options.
Products in these Thanksgiving deals include national brands, such as turkey (for under $1/lb.) and ham, as well as stuffing and pumpkin pie. Customers have the option to purchase these meal baskets with a single click on Walmart.com or the Walmart app for pickup or delivery in as soon as 30 minutes and up to 90 minutes.
These discount holiday meal offers are valid through Dec. 26, 2023. Walmartsays it will have a strong supply of in-stock turkeys, hams and fixings. According to the retailer, it has saved customers more than $1 billion in seasonal baskets and price rollbacks in the past year and will offer deeper savings with more frequent deals on an expanded assortment of gifts from national brands during the 2023 holiday season.
Expanded digital shopping options
Walmart is offering dedicated and curated online Brand Shops and Brand Shelves, enabling customers to scroll and shop “endless aisles” of its e-commerce site. The retailer is continuing to roll out dedicated digital holiday storefronts which will allow customers to shop curated pages.
“Saving money remains a top priority for our customers, and this holiday season, we’re building on the investments we made last year knowing they need it now more than ever,” said John Furner, president and CEO, Walmart U.S. “We’re better positioned than ever before to deliver on our purpose, to help customers save money and live better, especially during the most exciting time of the year. We’re ready to deliver the omni shopping experience we know our customers want and need, it’s going to be a great holiday season at Walmart.”
Headquartered in Bentonville, Ark., Walmart operates more than 10,500 stores and numerous e-commerce websites in 19 countries.