Wal-Mart is scrapping its ShippingPass program, a fee-based, two-day shipping service it was testing to compete with Amazon's Prime.
Instead, the world's largest retailer will offer free two-day shipping on more than 2 million items when shoppers spend at least $35. That's down from its previous spending threshold of $50 and its prior delivery window of three to five days.
The shift is one of the first major changes Marc Lore has made at Wal-Mart since the retailer purchased his startup, Jet.com, last year.
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