Walmart understands the world is becoming more and more digital. We know that as we see Cyber Monday outpacing Black Friday more and more with each passing holiday season.

Kroger has its Clicklist, and now Walmart is getting ready to expand its "curb service" profile.

The retail behemoth has just today begun online ordering and curbside pick-up at both of its Bowling Green locations.

It's pretty simple.

You order something from Walmart online, head to the store, and greet the personal shopper who brings your merchandise to your car with a big ol' smile.

Now, before you start thinking that's how you'll get a loaf of bread and a tube of toothpaste with a mere click, understand your purchases must come to at least $30. But Walmart will not charge extra, regardless of how often you use the service, which will be available from 8AM to 8PM.

Yep, that's right. If you're a late night shopper, you're on your own.

With Walmarts in Louisville, Lexington, Henderson, and now Bowling Green offering online ordering and curbside pick-up, how much longer until it happens in the Commonwealth's FOURTH largest city?