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Walmart.ca store since a year. Since they new politicy free shipping over 50$. A lot people prefer Amazon.ca. But sometime Amazon.ca had a expensive deal LOL and rare time have a good deal compared Walmart. Walmart, is not idea deal customer free shipping over 50$. Walmart starting to have some rare product from third party. LOL
Walmart.ca have special every week. Not Amazon.ca

Walmart vs Amazon.

Walmart.ca new policy 50$ for free shipping is ridiculous.
Last edited by tom416 on Jun 12th, 2018 5:21 pm, edited 2 times in total.
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DO NOT buy third-party items from Walmart.ca because you won't get protection at all like Amazon's "A-to-z Guarantee Protection". Same thing for Bestbuy.

Quote from Walmart.ca :
Each Third Party Seller on Walmart.ca has its own return policy, which may differ from Walmart’s corporate return policy. To learn about the return policy for a Third Party item you purchased or are interested in, please refer to the Seller’s individual return policy on the product page or on your Order Details page in “My Account”.

https://www.walmart.ca/en/help/third-party-seller
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tom416 wrote:
Jun 12th, 2018 3:56 pm
Walmart.ca new policy 50$ for free shipping is ridiculous.
They also offer the option of shipping to your local store or post office or partner businesses free if you purchase over $25, which is not difficult to do at Walmart.ca.
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DragonRider wrote:
Jun 13th, 2018 12:41 am
They also offer the option of shipping to your local store or post office or partner businesses free if you purchase over $25, which is not difficult to do at Walmart.ca.
Specially shipping to my Palliative Centre. I am severe disability. Can not go out.
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lcmt wrote:
Jun 12th, 2018 4:36 pm
DO NOT buy third-party items from Walmart.ca because you won't get protection at all like Amazon's "A-to-z Guarantee Protection". Same thing for Bestbuy.

Quote from Walmart.ca :
Each Third Party Seller on Walmart.ca has its own return policy, which may differ from Walmart’s corporate return policy. To learn about the return policy for a Third Party item you purchased or are interested in, please refer to the Seller’s individual return policy on the product page or on your Order Details page in “My Account”.

https://www.walmart.ca/en/help/third-party-seller
Don't know walmart.ca has "Third Party Seller"; I thought all items are sold by walmart Astonished Face
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tom416 wrote:
Jun 13th, 2018 7:37 am
Specially shipping to my Palliative Centre. I am severe disability. Can not go out.
So don't shop at Walmart.ca then. Problem solved. I don't. Never have, likely never will.

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ALLCAPS wrote:
Jun 13th, 2018 2:54 pm
So don't shop at Walmart.ca then. Problem solved. I don't. Never have, likely never will.

You're welcome.
I never manifested shopping Walmart. Please correctly. "Walmart.ca new policy 50$ for free shipping to home is ridiculous."
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tom416 wrote:
Jun 13th, 2018 3:56 pm
I never manifested shopping Walmart. Please correctly. "Walmart.ca new policy 50$ for free shipping to home is ridiculous."
So what's your point then? How does it impact you if you don't shop there?

Many companies have a $50 threshold for free shipping. Seems to me that you're just trying to increase your post count.
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