Walmart+ Members Can Now Get A Free 6-Month Tastemade+ Subscription

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Walmart+ members can now get a free subscription to Tastemade+, unlocking access to ad-free and on demand food and lifestyle shows, 12,000+ recipes, cooking and DIY videos, meal plans, and more.


Walmart+ is already a good option for streaming as the membership program includes access to the ad-supported Paramount Plus plan at no additional cost. A membership also unlocks ad-free access to select Pluto TV programming each month as well.

Now, Tastemade+ has been added as an additional streaming benefit. Whether a new or existing Walmart+ subscriber, members can now redeem six months of complimentary access to Tastemade+, the standalone subscription from Tastemade.


Considering a Tastemade+ subscription typically costs $5.99 a month, Walmart+ members have the option of saving up to $35.94 over the course of the free six months through this limited-time promotion.

We are thrilled to unlock the next iteration of our long-standing collaboration with Walmart by bringing Tastemade+ access to Walmart+ members,” said Taylor Shwide, Distribution & Partnerships Manager, Tastemade. “We are in the business of turning viewers into doers, and we know that on-demand content continues to grow in popularity. Through this partnership, we are able to unlock a whole suite of recipes and content for an entirely new fanbase in a unique way.”

For those interested in Hallmark programming, Walmart+ is also currently offering the option to sign up to Hallmark Movies Now for only $2 for the first two months.


Besides the streaming benefits, a Walmart+ membership also includes free shipping with no order minimum, free delivery from a local store, member savings on fuels, returns from home, and early access to special pricing and deals.

John Finn

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