Walmart  (WMT) has been beefing up its digital portfolio with brands in order to compete with Amazon (AMZN) ; its $3 billion acquisition of Jet.com was just the beginning.

1. Bonobos

As of April, Walmart is in advanced discussions to acquire Bonobos.

2. Modcloth.com

In March, Walmart's Jet.com is made a $50 million-$75 million bid for Modcloth.com, the 15-year-old women's vintage-inspired retailer.

3. Moosejaw

The Feb. 13, acquisition of of outdoor retailer Moosejaw for $50 million in cash gives Walmart a slew of popular brands including Patagonia and North Face.

4. Shoebuy.com

On Jan. 5, Walmart announced that it was buying online shoe seller Shoebuy.com from Barry Diller's IAC/InterActiveCorp IAC for $70 million.

5. Hayneedle.com

Jet.com purchased online furniture retailer Hayneedle for a reported $90 million in February and was included in the purchase by Walmart.

6. Jet.com

Walmart acquired Jet.com in August 2016 for $3 billion in cash and $300 million worth of Walmart shares, gaining the brand's smartcart technology.

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