With work, activities, and day-to-day tasks, it’s hard to cut out time and energy for big grocery trips. Now, with grocery delivery services popping up everywhere, you can get your items delivered directly to your door without bearing the lines, confusing aisles, and driving.
Who should opt for grocery delivery?
This service is helpful to busy people, people with disabilities who can’t shop easily, and anyone who really can’t stand the grocery store mayhem. It may not be for people who feel like they need to check things like their fruits and vegetables before buying, since someone else is making the decisions for you on those purchases.
How does it work?
Using an app or website, you fill your cart with whatever items you want. Then, someone from the brand will go to the store and shop for you. Some services can be same day, while others require next day delivery or later that week. There is usually a delivery fee, but most services have free delivery on first orders and free 60-day trials. Afterwards, if you’re using it frequently you should consider buying a membership flat rate to save money. The fees are close to the amount of gas money it would take to get there and back anyway. After placing the order, you’ll choose a date and time for everything to arrive. Make sure to choose a time when you’ll be home if the items include frozen and refrigerated foods.
Options for delivery services
There are a lot of options to choose from, but these are popular national companies.
Spend more time doing what you want and less time running errands at the grocery store!
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