This is our favorite online shopping hack for saving time and money

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These days multitasking seems to be the norm. From working at home while entertaining your kids to making dinner while picking up around the house, it’s rare to find a moment when you’re not multi-tasking. Luckily, Walmart and Yahoo Mail are here to make the time you spend going through emails even more productive.  

The next time you’re scrolling through your Yahoo Mail account, look out for the Walmart banner above your messages. From there, you’ll be able to get personalized grocery suggestions, add items to your online cart and even check out right from your inbox. Checking off your shopping and email list at the same time is a definite win-win situation. 

We’ve been fans of Walmart’s online pickup and delivery service for ages now — and for good reason. This service lets you shop on your own terms by allowing you to pick up your items after the team at Walmart has done the shopping for you, or you can select to get your groceries delivered right to your doorstep. If you’ve ever wished you could get someone to run errands for you or to get an extra hand when you’re short on time, Walmart has your back. 

Plus, when you take advantage of the online pickup and delivery service, you will still see the same everyday low prices that you’d see in-store on all your essentials. There are never any hidden fees or markups. And did we mention that this pickup service is totally free? Yep, free.  

Start shopping through your email thanks to Yahoo Mail and Walmart and turn your inbox into a one-stop-shop

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