Instacart Grocery Delivery Service Coming To Chattanooga

Friday, July 14, 2017

A new grocery delivery service is coming to the Chattanooga area, saying it is offering more store options - plus an entire year free with no strings attached. 

Starting July 20, Instacart will be launching delivery service in the Chattanooga area and bringing groceries to the doorsteps of residents same-day, in as little as an hour.

Additionally, Instacart is offering customers a free one-year subscription of Instacart Express (offer expires Aug. 3).

Officials said Instacart offers: 

  • More store options, including Costco, Publix, Whole Foods Market and Petco
  • Users can choose to order without a membership (but how can you pass up a free year membership!)
  • Deliveries can be scheduled up to 7 days in advance.

Instacart is already available in more than 80 markets throughout the U.S.

The Chattanooga delivery area will cover over 125,000 residents and will also be providing more than 100+ new jobs.

Areas of service include Chattanooga, Red Bank, Soddy Daisy, Lakesite, Ooltewah, East Brainerd, Tyner, Middle Valley, Falling Water, Metro Park, Alpine Heights, East Ridge, Signal Mountain, Lone Oak, Fairmount, Walden, Harrison, Ridgeside and Summer Haven.



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