If you don't want to leave your home even for grocery shopping, there are different services available to get your groceries delivered right to your door. Here we will show you 8 ways to shop for groceries online from your favorite grocery stores in and near Los Angeles!
Instacart connects you with personal shoppers in your area to shop and deliver groceries from your favorite stores. You will choose your items online or on their app, choose your delivery time, and a personal shopper will shop them for you, and delivers your items right to your door. You can choose from several stores like Ralph's, Costco, Vons, Albertsons, Sprouts, Smart & Final, Gelson's, CVS, Target and more! Instacart Express costs $99 per year, and offers unlimited free grocery delivery on orders of $35 or more with no service or default delivery fee.
If you have an Amazon Prime subscription, you can schedule deliveries of fresh produce through Amazon Fresh. If you don't have a subscription, you can try Amazon Fresh for 30 days for free, and then $13 per month. Prime subscribers receive free deliveries for orders over $35. Your orders usually arrive in two hours, but it takes longer during COVID-19 outbreak due to the high demand. Your groceries come in a temperature-controlled packages to keep them cold if the driver have to leave them at your door.
Walmart’s huge selection of groceries are available online in many cities and they’ll have them ready when it’s convenient for you to swing by and pick them up, or in select markets they can deliver them right to your door. You can either order items on their website or download Walmart Grocery App and order through the app. The shopping experts will pick your items for you and if you order before 1pm, you can get same day pickup or delivery for free. You will get $10 off your first order of $50 or more with code WOWFRESH.
Vons will deliver your online orders to most LA zip codes on orders of $35 or more for a fee of $9.95 per order. If you place your order by 8:30 am, you will usually receive your order on the same day. You can try Vons delivery service for free on your first order. You can also make your orders on line and pick up your order at the store. When you get to the store, you simply call them and they will load up your car. You don't even have to get out of the car.
Mercato equips high-end grocers with an easy-to-use platform and service tools for online ordering and same-day delivery right to your door. Currently 25 locations are available on Mercato including The Original Farmers Market. You can try Mercato for 14 days for free and get unlimited free deliveries. After 14 days, the membership is $19 per month, which will be billed annually for unlimited same-day deliveries for orders over $35.
Pink Dot delivers everything from fresh produce to ready-made sandwiches in Los Angeles if you are west of the 101 and east of the 405. You can expect delivery as soon as 9am and as late as 2am every day. The delivery fee is only $3.99 for orders of $20 or more. There is no membership fee and you can make your orders online. They also have COVID-19 essentials, even toilet papers!
Most people use postmates for food delivery from restaurants, but postmates also delivers grocery from Los Angeles stores like Ralph's, Gelson's, Vons, Albertsons, Pavillions, Bristol Farms, and few others, including some kosher markets. Postmates usually charges $5.99 delivery fee, but prices may vary during peak hours.
Yummy.com usually delivers your grocery orders in 30 minutes for a fee of $6.99 per order for orders $14.99 or more. If you order $125 or more, then your delivery is free. Yummy.com is available in five locations: Century City, West Hollywood, Playa Vista, Silver Lake, and Mid City. There is no membership fee. You can either order online or use their apps to place your orders.