Aldi's joining Instacart for Home Delivery

Aldi's joining Instacart for Home Delivery


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Aldi's joining Instacart for Home Delivery
Old 10-30-2018, 09:53 AM
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Default Aldi's joining Instacart for Home Delivery

I was in the store this morning and there is a large banner at the door saying that Aldi's will be able to do home deliveries through Instacart.

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Publix also uses Instacart. Price is much higher than Walmart Shopping Online. Publix charges $3.00 for the use of Instacart then you have to tip the person who delivers the goods to your home. Walmart does NOT charge for using online shopping and they are not allowed to accept tips. Only difference being that you have to drive to Walmart and park in one of many designated parkng spaces and the groceries are brought immediately to your vehicle and loaded for you. Walmarts shopping is very easy, especially if you have a smart phone. Worth checking out.....
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Interesting, but it seems that Aldi's doesn't have items in stock on a consistent basis. It would be hard to rely on their inventory vs. that of Publix (I think.)
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