What can't you find
at Walmart? Founded by Sam Walton in Bentonville, Arkansas in 1950 as Walton's Five and Dime, Walmart today accounts for 2 percent of the U.S. gross national product (no kidding). Its online store carries more than 600,000 products, more than twice what you will find in any Walmart mega retail store. Categories: Apparel, Shoes and Accessories, Auto and Tires, Baby, Beauty, Books, Clearance, Craft and Party Supply, Electronics, Furniture, Grocery, Halloween, Health, Home, Home Improvement, Jewelry, Movies, Music, Office, Outdoor Living, Pets, Pharmacy, Photo Center, Sports and Fitness, Toys, Video Games.
Returns: 15 days on computer hardware and components; 90 days on electronics; 45 days on music, movies, video games and software (unopened); 45 days on books. You can return any item purchased online to any Walmart store.
Sales Tax: All states with sales tax. Shipping: Books are $2.97 per order plus 97 cents per item; CDs are $1.81 per order plus 97 cents per item; DVDs are $2.01 per order plus 97 cents per item; videos are $2.90 per order plus 97 cent per item; jewelry and watches are $2 per order plus 97 cents per item; other shipping charges vary by weight. If an order has multiple items, such as books and CDs, you are charged the highest per-order fee and then 97 cents for each item. Walmart also ships select gifts and other items to APO/FPO addresses. Many items can be shipped free to a Walmart store or FedEx Office location.