Blogger Sarah Lindner of The House of Sequins sharing a breakfast charcuterie board made with help of Walmart+ membership.

Saving Time and Money with Walmart+

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Blogger Sarah Lindner of The House of Sequins sharing a breakfast charcuterie board made with help of Walmart+ membership.

Charcuterie boards have been trending for a while now, from elaborate displays to simple layouts, they have been all the rage lately. Although I appreciate a good savory spread, those that know me best knows my weakness to be all the sugar! So in an effort to cater to my sweet tooth, I thought I would put together a breakfast themed charcuterie, filled with fresh berries, mini breakfast favorites, pastries and cream!

With my fridge and pantry never being fully stocked, the thought came to me as a last minute ditch effort to have something to offer my siblings who came to visit over the holiday weekend. I was able to achieve this using Walmart+, a new membership that helps save time and money. The membership offers the convenience of getting everything you need, including groceries, gifts and household items, all with free delivery from your store* on orders $35+ with the same everyday low prices you love (some restrictions may apply).

I’ve been using the membership for a couple of months now and I love the convenience it offers. And even better, a new benefit effective 12/4, members will now receive Walmart+ free shipping, no order minimum (excludes oversized/freight & Marketplace items)!

Even though the delivery convenience it my favorite because I enjoy spending less time in stores these days, the membership’s mobile scan & go allows members to shop and check out right from their phone while in-store. You can easily scan items, pay by mobile, and you’re good to go! Mobile scan & go provides a contact-free checkout and less time at the register, which has come in handy in the multiple trips I’ve made in the last month to stock up on holiday decor! 

If you’re looking to make your life a little easier – you have to look into a Walmart+ membership. With a membership that pays for itself with two deliveries a month (vs. non-member $7.95 delivery fee), it has been the biggest convenience during these times. From keeping savings in your pocket to saving time, it can really benefit anyone!

*Previously known as “free unlimited delivery” benefit.

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Blogger Sarah Lindner of The House of Sequins sharing a breakfast charcuterie board made with help of Walmart+ membership.

Blogger Sarah Lindner of The House of Sequins sharing a breakfast charcuterie board made with help of Walmart+ membership.

Blogger Sarah Lindner of The House of Sequins sharing a breakfast charcuterie board made with help of Walmart+ membership.Blogger Sarah Lindner of The House of Sequins sharing a breakfast charcuterie board made with help of Walmart+ membership.

Blogger Sarah Lindner of The House of Sequins sharing a breakfast charcuterie board made with help of Walmart+ membership.

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  1. This spread looks DELISH! I love Walmart, I used to have a Walmart plus membership, but after I moved, they don’t deliver to my house unfortunately since we are a little further out. I loved their service when I got to use them though, so affordable and convenient! Xx.

  2. I was really excited when Walmart introduced this program. It’s an awesome idea and makes life so much simpler. Also, what an amazing charcuterie board! How creative with all the breakfast goods.

  3. Walmart+ is such a great service! It has saved me so much time during the crazy holiday shopping season! By the way that food spread looked so amazing and so yummy!

  4. I’ve heard such great things about Walmart+ – would be great for me, I need to look into it!

  5. oh my GOSH i love this idea!!! definitely going to do that sometime this holiday season!

    xx rebecca // thecrystalpress.com

  6. Interesting about this new program at Walmart! I will have to check it out. Our Walmart is pretty far to make weekly trips. This might do the trick.

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