Now that spring is fully underway, you might be starting to think about all the holidays of the season. Next up: Mother’s Day. And, whether you’re hoping to be able to bring one of her favorite recipes to life (nothing says "I love you" quite like a homemade Mother's Day brunch), plan to get hands-on with creating your own Mother's Day crafts, or want to just buy her a special Mother's Day present, Walmart’s many departments—both in-store and online—are here to help.
Say you want to pick up a thoughtful greeting card for your mom—Walmart’s card selection is so vast you’re sure to find a winner. Perhaps you want to buy her a gift card to treat herself when she craves it most, but don’t want to drive all over town looking for the restaurant or store of choice—Walmart’s bevy of gift cards ensures you’ll find one that fits the bill, including options from Visa, Starbucks, Chick-fil-A, and more.
The point is, if you’re looking for ways to pamper your mom on Sunday, May 10, Walmart is a surefire destination for your needs. And, unlike some stores, it’s actually open even during the Coronavirus crisis. As it currently stands, Walmart is open from 7 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. and stores that open later than 7 a.m. will continue their regular starting hours. Walmart is also one of the stores with senior hours during this time of social distancing. While this might mean shorter shopping hours than you’re used to, understand that it’s in an effort to keep stores sanitized and stocked for all of your needs—on Mother’s Day and every day. Walmart stores are also limiting the number of shoppers inside at any one time to about 20 percent of the store's capacity to ensure enough room for social distancing.
You Might Also Like