Wal-Mart Stores Inc. is testing its new same-day delivery service of select electronics, toys and other online purchases in 10 markets, including Minneapolis, the Associated Press reports. The "Wal-Mart To Go" program costs $10 for an unlimited number of items. The Arkansas-based discount chain is trying to cater to online shoppers who are turning to retail sites like Amazon.com.
Both Wal-Mart and Minneapolis-based Target have decided to stop selling all Amazon Kindle products in its stores.
Ebay Inc. is also teaming up with some of the nation's biggest retailers, including Target and Richfield-based Best Buy, to test a same-day delivery service.