Walmart (WMT) has ramped up its delivery service to now include home deliveries in less than two hours.

The Express Delivery service will be offered in nearly 1,000 stores by early May and 2,000 stores in the coming weeks. Walmart pilot- tested Express Delivery in 100 stores in mid-April as the coronavirus pandemic increased demand for essential items.

“We know our customers’ lives have changed during this pandemic, and so has the way they shop,” Janey Whiteside, chief customer officer at Walmart, said in a statement. “We also know when we come out of this, customers will be busier than ever, and sometimes that will call for needing supplies in a hurry. COVID-19 has prompted us to launch Express Delivery even faster so that we’re here for our customers today and in the future.”

The rollout of the new delivery service allows for the ordering of more than 160,000 products from Walmart’s food, consumables, and general merchandise departments, the company said.

Cost of the Express Delivery service is $10 per delivery.

To see if Express Delivery is available at a local Walmart store, customers cans search their zip code at or use the Walmart app. They can then select Express Delivery at the time of checkout and wait for their home delivery to arrive within the two-hour window. No money is exchanged with the delivery driver as orders are paid in full online.

Walmart will continue to offer its pickup and traditional delivery services, which offer no-contract for customers.

Shares of Walmart stock were up 0.81% as of 12:28 p.m. EDT on Friday.

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