Instacart keeps filling its cart with grocers
Instacart has landed a deal with another grocery chain, this time in the Midwest.
Instacart, now valued at over $3 billion, now boasts over 165 partnerships with food retailers in 156 markets, up from 30 at the beginning of 2017.
Price Chopper customers can visit mypricechopper.com or the Instacart mobile app to fill virtual carts with their favorite grocery offerings — including produce, dairy and meat items — and get delivery straight to their door in as little as an hour. Home delivery is available seven days a week between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. from Kansas City metro area Price Choppers.
“The partnership with Instacart, elevates Price Chopper’s commitment to provide the highest quality products and top-of-the-line services to our customers from our family-owned stores to your family’s doorstep,” said Casie Broker, vice president of marketing, Price Chopper Enterprises. “Our enhanced online ordering system and home delivery services by Instacart allow us to anticipate the needs of our customer’s busy lifestyles and provide them with a time-saving, convenient solution.”
Instacart delivery starts at just $5.99 on orders of $35 or more. Instacart Express membership is also available, enabling unlimited, free same-day deliveries on orders over $35. Customers can receive their first delivery free of charge. Instacart delivery fees and restrictions may apply.
“Instacart is excited to bring same-day home delivery to Price Chopper customers in Kansas and Missouri, as part of our expansion across the Heartland to serve 80 percent of American households by the end of 2018,” said Nilam Ganenthiran, Instacart’s Chief Business Officer. “Instacart is focused on creating exceptional experiences for customers through partnerships with the nation’s best retailers like Price Chopper and offering convenience with nearly instant customer gratification.”