Walmart Brings Scan & Go to Berea

As Walmart continues to lead the evolution to make shopping faster and more convenient for customers, the retailer announces Scan & Go technology in the Berea Supercenter. Scan & Go is a concept that saves customers time by allowing them to scan items as they shop in-store and skip the traditional checkout line. 

 Scan & Go is one of the many improvements recently made at the Berea store for area customers. Additionally, the store added more self-checkout registers, with updated software and some with longer belts, making it faster and easier finish your shopping.

“We know speed and convenience are important to our customers, whether they’re shopping in our stores or online – so we’re always looking for new ways to save them time,” said Kenny Fields, store manager at the Berea Walmart Supercenter. “These updates are are the latest examples of Walmart’s commitment to create conveniences that allow our customers to shop however, whenever, and wherever they want.”

Using Scan & Go

·       Simply download the Scan & Go app onto a mobile phone and open the app inside Walmart, or use the devices available in store.

·       Scan the barcode of each item you wish to purchase and then place the item into the shopping cart. No barcode? Quickly look up the item with “Find an Item.”

·       As you shop, you will see the running total of the items in your cart.

·       Easily checkout and pay in the app.

·       Show the receipt from your phone to an associate on the way out. It’s that simple.

Reinventing Retail

Walmart is reinventing the future of shopping; investing $6 billion this fiscal year in the U.S. in store growth, store remodels and innovating the shopping experience like no one else can tosave customers time and create a fast, easy and enjoyable shopping experience.


About Walmart in Kentucky
In Kentucky we serve customers at 105 retail units and online through Walmart.com and Jet.com. We are proud to employ 29,610 associates in Kentucky. Walmart supports local businesses, spending $ 1.3 billion with Kentucky suppliers in FYE17, which supported 35,041 supplier jobs. Walmart and the Walmart Foundation are active in the communities where we live and work and invest in communities through local grants, customer engagement and associate volunteer efforts. In FYE17, we contributed more than $23.2 million in cash and in-kind donations to local nonprofits across the Commonwealth and our local associates volunteered more than 41,000 hours with local causes. Learn more at the Walmart Today blog, and ourFacebookTwitterPinterestInstagram channels.

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