Walmart has over 11,000 stores in 27 different countries. Over 2 million employees work for the retail chain. Last year, Walmart earned $405 billion in revenue, making it one of the largest economies in the world. Chances are, you”ve had a long, tenuous relationship with Walmart (unless you live in New York City). People who shop there typically have a love/hate relationship with the store.
Recently, the chain extended this “love it and hate it” relationship to the grave. That”s right: Walmart now sells caskets. While the average coffin for your loved one will set you back a little more than $2,000, most of Walmart”s coffins are more affordable.
Walmart: Save money. Live better. Die better.
“Soulful Peace Brass” Urn, $95.74.
“Official MLB Baltimore Orioles” Urn, $2,459.
“Old Glory” Urn, $104.70.
“Star Legacy Blue Tapestry Dome” Casket, $759.
“Official MLB San Francisco Giants” Urn, $599.
“Wings of Freedom” Urn, $35.26.
“Midnight Blue” Casket, $1241.82.
“Floral Elegance” Casket, $1554.17.
“The Official Vatican Observatory Foundation Mahogany” Casket, $3799.
“Prestige Popular Casket, Cherry,” $1549.
Hopefully, they don”t sell these caskets in stores. Seeing a “rollback” price on your future final resting place wouldn”t be the best feeling in the world.