Now, Walmart has upped the home-delivery stakes by adding in-home delivery, which means we’ll barely have to lift a finger to do any shopping.

How does in-home delivery work?

Walmart takes in-home delivery a step further. Or make that about 20 steps further. Walmart’s delivery service will not only bring your packages inside, but they’ll put your perishables in the refrigerator for you. You read that right: Walmart will put away your groceries.    

Walmart’s in-home delivery details

Back in 2017, we learned that Walmart was testing its from-store-to-refrigerator home-grocery delivery service in the Silicon Valley area. Now, Walmart is expanding in-home delivery to three markets in the U.S. — Kansas City, Pittsburgh, and Vero Beach — “with more great cities coming soon.” According to Walmart’s In-Home Delivery page, it’ll have trained and vetted Walmart employees who must be with the local store for at least one year. You decide how they enter your home — front door, side door, garage — and you don’t need to worry about installing cameras to monitor their activity because all delivery people will be equipped with wearable cameras. Still, if you have delivery and service people entering your home when you’re not there, whether they’re equipped with body cams or not, it’s always good to have an added layer of protection. Get the only home security system Kim recommends. (Go to right now and receive a 60-day money-back guarantee, free shipping and free returns.)