Major Store Providing Grocery Home Delivery to Mississauga
Have you ever wanted your groceries delivered right to you door?
If so, you're in luck—another major brand is officially offering grocery home delivery in select parts of Mississauga.
Walmart, the massive superstore that's known for offering everything from clothes to food to affordable home goods, recently announced that it’s launching grocery home delivery service for customers living in select regions in Toronto, Etobicoke and Mississauga.
“We continue to invest in services to make every day easier for busy Canadians,” said Daryl Porter, Vice President of Omni-Channel and Online Grocery at Walmart Canada. “With grocery delivery, we’re providing GTA residents with even greater flexibility and convenience to shop groceries.”
While the news is great for residents who can't always shop for groceries, it is important to note that not all neighbourhoods can access the service.
According to Walmart's grocery delivery website, only Mississauga residents with postal codes beginning in L5A, L5E, L4Y and L4X can have the brand deliver to their front door. Customers who are eligible for the service can place their order on the chain's website or through Walmart's mobile app.
Users can also select a delivery window and have their goods brought to them by JoeyCo or Daily Delivery—the delivery partners working with the brand.
Since some people might be nervous about not selecting their own meat and produce, the chain is offering a money back guarantee.
As far as caveats go, a few apply. While Walmart will deliver to condos and apartment buildings, it will not leave groceries with the concierge (so you have to be home to collect your purchases). Customers must also order a minimum of $50 (before tax) worth of groceries to qualify for delivery. There's also a $10 delivery fee.
If you are not home when your delivery arrives, your order will be cancelled and returned to the store. In that event, you can call or visit the website to re-place your order and schedule a more convenient delivery time.
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