The new Walmart store features major upgrades that promise to “significantly improve the customer experience.”
A Walmart store that opened in Pennsylvania has been described as “the store of the future.”
The store will be equipped with interactive technology that combines the best of online and in-person shopping, according to the company.
“We have created a state-of-the-art shopping experience that allows us to better serve Upper Bucks customers,” said store manager Lauren DeGrush.
“We are extremely proud of our new pharmacy that sets the standard for medicine delivery in our community.
“We look forward to contributing to the community and showing our customers the great things we can offer.”
The store was announced on Friday, January 13, reports WFMZ.
The new Walmart is equipped with:
- QR codes placed throughout the store designed to enhance your shopping experience
- Expanded pharmacy offering full line of immunizations
- Vision Center with new frame products
- Walmart Pay – Offer customers touch-and-go payments
- new pickup options
- Expedited shipping, including delivery within 2 hours
- Walmart+, a membership program that offers customers free deliveries, special discounts, a six-month Spotify membership, and more
Walmart will launch another newly renovated store in November 2022 with showrooms, refreshed digital displays and an in-store Claire outlet.
The Beaver Creek, Ohio location is said to have been used as a prototype for future Walmart stores.
The retailer has invested $130 million in 28 stores, including simulated bedrooms.
This means that shoppers can physically assemble Walmart products and visualize what the products will look like at home.
A new bedroom display has a QR code that customers can scan with their smartphones, giving them direct access to products on Walmart.com.
In addition, some products will have a digital display in the electronics section.
Digital displays are also featured in the pet supplies area and baby section.