Shoppers Drug Mart is Now Providing Same-Day Delivery Across Ontario
Here’s some exciting news for regular customers of this massive Canadian retail chain.
Shoppers Drug Mart recently announced that it’s launching a same-day delivery service for shoppers across Ontario.
In partnership with the online delivery service Instacart, approximately 60 Shoppers Drug Mart stores in the province now provide the option to deliver groceries, over-the-counter medications, and other items directly to customers.
“For decades, Shoppers Drug Mart has been a destination for Ontarians for health and beauty products, food staples and general convenient shopping to help them make life a little bit easier,” said Matt Carr, Vice President, Merchandising, Shoppers Drug Mart.
“Working with Instacart allows us to serve our customers wherever they need us, whether that’s in a store or delivered right to their door.”
The service works by visiting Instacart.ca, selecting your city and store, and then adding your desired items to the cart. When you’re done, the order will be delivered to you in as fast as one hour (or within your designated time frame).
So how much will this delivery cost?
For orders of $35 or more, the delivery fee is $3.99. However, customers who have an Instacart Express membership ($9.99/month or an annual fee of $99) get unlimited free delivery on all orders over $35.
Additionally, first-time customers of Shopper Drug Mart on Instacart can enter the code INSTASDM15 at checkout for $15 off their first order of $35 or more.
While not all Shoppers locations offer delivery at this time, the two companies are expecting to expand the Shoppers Drug Mart partnership through the end of 2019.
Will you be using this new delivery service?
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