Walmart Is Making Several Major Changes That Will Impact Your Holiday

Although October just started, many buyers are already thinking about the Christmas. Walmart's Holiday 2022 Consumer Insights Guide says over half of its customers

To improve the holiday shopping experience, the superstore introduced "better value" and "more convenience than ever" offers

Who doesn't like a bargain? Walmart's Consumer Insights Guide found that 81% of customers buy for "low price/cost" first. Walmart

announced "thousands more Rollbacks," as well as a wider gift assortment, to increase customer savings.

Since the retailer is making "significant investments in key categories," customers will see more gadgets, home goods, beauty products, and

1,400 new toys. As an added benefit, over half of Walmart's Top Toy List products are under $50, with many under $25.

Customers who bought things after October 1 can return them until January 31, 2023, under the Holiday Guarantee. Curbside Returns allow

customers to return items without visiting a store. Walmart+ members in some stores can return items from home without a box or label.

Online shopping is convenient and easy, but Walmart has improved it. The shop now offers ways to see how a piece of furniture or clothing will appear on you or in your home.