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Grocery shopping is a pain! Wouldn’t it be great if you could do it from your couch? Well, in more and more places across the country, you can! Are they worth saving a drive to the store for the price? Jimmy Rhoades is putting the top three grocery delivery services to the test.
1. Amazon Fresh
Imagine getting all the groceries you need without ever leaving your house. It’s possible with Amazon Fresh. The membership for amazon fresh is substantial at $299 a year, but that includes all the benefits of Amazon Prime. You get free delivery on all orders of $40 and over.
With Google Express, they are constantly looking for ways to improve home delivery. You can comparison shop multiple stores right in their interface. Membership is lower than Amazon at only $95 a year, and they have a free three-month trial. But be careful! The free trial will automatically renew and charge you $10 a month, so if you want out, you have to proactively cancel. Google will deliver a box from Smart & Final to your door for 29 cents an ounce. A high price, but lower membership fee if you order during the free trial.
Walmart Grocery is another great way Walmart is helping you save time and money. Walmart doesn't have an annual membership. They enforce a $30 minimum order, and then you pay a delivery fee based on the time slot. If you're willing to be flexible, you can find a free delivery slot, and picking up your order at the store is always free. With no annual membership, free delivery, and pick-up options, Walmart Grocery is most likely your best bet.
All of these services are expanding so be sure to check to see if they're available in your area.
Having your favorite foods delivered to your door is definitely a great deal!
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