Can Walmart's New Blowout Sale Compete With Amazon Prime Day?

Patio BBQs and Amazon Prime Day are summer staples. The online mega-retailer's two-day sales event generally occurs in June or July,

but 2022's Prime Day date is unknown. Walmart, one of its key competitors, wants to partake by throwing a deal.

Walmart+, its fast-shipping online shopping membership program, competes with Amazon Prime. Early summer 2021 reports circulated

regarding whether the two would hold simultaneous dealing sales events. Walmart+'s four-day "Deals For Days" event coincided with Amazon Prime day

This three-day Walmart+ Weekend promises "Big deals, just for paid members." MarketWatch reports 40% off appliances, apparel, kids' toys

including the high-demand Sony PlayStation 5, and more. Without knowing what Amazon Prime Day will provide, 

The retail chain is offering a 30-day free trial with free shipping, savings events, $0.10 off a gallon at Exxon, Mobil, Walmart, and Murphy gas

stations, Sam's Club gas stations, free grocery delivery, Scan & Go checkout, 6 months of Spotify Premium for free, and more. Prime

members get free two-day shipping on millions of items, two-hour grocery delivery, Prime Video, Whole Foods Market promotions, and more.

Despite identical features, the two services differ most in pricing. Walmart+ costs $12.95/month or $98/year, while Amazon Prime costs $14.99/month 

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