Five things to know about the new Walmart in Minneapolis
Posted On August 8, 2021
The new Walmart is now in the Twin Cities, and the brand new location is no longer a department store.
The store will be called Walmart Supercenter, and it’s in the heart of the Minneapolis shopping district, just across the Mississippi River from Target and Kohl’s.
It’s a big step for the Minneapolis-based retailer, which has been struggling to keep pace with its competitors.
Here are five things you need to know.1.
It has a lot of big names on the menu: As usual, Walmart has big names at the top of its menu, but there’s a lot more to this store than that.
Here’s a look at what you can expect to see when you visit the store.2.
You can pick up some of the items you normally see at Walmart stores in the US and Canada.
That includes some big items, like a range of frozen food items, as well as some smaller items.
Some of the big ones include frozen chicken nuggets, a range, and a lot (at least $30).3.
You’re likely to find some Walmart items that are out of stock at the store: The new Supercenter will be one of the first big stores in Minnesota to carry some of Walmart’s best-selling items.
There are also some items that aren’t on the shelves at the new store that have yet to be released.
Walmart announced earlier this month that it would start to make these items available for purchase on its website, but Walmart says the new Supercenters are the first to do so.4.
The new store will have some of its usual perks.
There will be a free-to-try and limited-time special on the new menu, as will a discount on the usual range of groceries.
And the store will offer a full-service barber service.5.
The price tag will be more than double what you might pay at a regular Walmart.
The current average price at the stores in Minneapolis and St. Paul is $12.99.
That’s compared to a $9.99 average price in Minneapolis in March, according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The Supercenter store in Minneapolis is priced at $24.99, up from $17.99 a year ago.