There’s no doubt that life with kids can be extremely busy—and that’s why we are totally on board with basically any and all grocery stores that deliver. Who doesn’t want to take back precious time and avoid long lines at the supermarket?

We’ve rounded up several of the biggest grocery stores across the United States that offer delivery, so say hello groceries dropped off right at your door!



Last year, grocery chain Aldi tested grocery delivery in several large markets in partnership with Instacart—and it's finally ready to roll out the program to 35 states by Thanksgiving 2018. The company anticipates that 80 percent of its stores will have a delivery option by the end of the year.

In addition to delivery, Aldi will also test curbside pickup come November. Customers can buy groceries online, then come to the store to pick them up where an Aldi employee will bring your grocery haul right to your car. First-time Instacart customers can get $10 off their first three Aldi orders of $35 or more with the code ALDILOVE.


photo: Courtesy of Whole Foods

Whole Foods

Since its acquisition by Amazon, Whole Foods has continued to expand its grocery delivery service with the help of the online retailer. As of press time, shoppers in 38 cities can buy online and receive orders in as little as two hours, including Charlotte, Raleigh, Nashville, Memphis, Las Vegas, Oklahoma City, New Orleans, Phoenix, Tucson and Seattle, to name a few.

Visit Prime Now to see if you're on the list of cities to receive Whole Foods delivery and save $10 off your first order with code SAVE10WF.


Amazon Prime members have long known that AmazonFresh offers the convenience of grocery delivery, even without a physical grocery story. Why leave home, when you can add produce, meat, seafood, dairy, frozen items and even paper products to your digital shopping cart...and then have it delivered to your doorstep?

For a $14.99 monthly fee (separate from your Amazon Prime membership), AmazonFresh offers free unlimited delivery each month when you spend at least $50 per order. We bet that's at least how much you'll save in gas by not having to schlepp the fam to the store.

You can try AmazonFresh for free and also save $25 off your first $100+ order using code FRESH25.

Trader Joe's

While Trader Joe's itself does not deliver, you can still get your TJ's fix by using not one, but two delivery service options to bring your groceries to you. If you live in Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Illinois, Nevada, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Texas or Washington you can use Envoy, a service that requires a monthly membership fee, a $12 delivery fee plus 10 percent of your bill.

Other markets can utilize Postmates for door-to-door service. Delivery is free for all orders over $25 when you order from a Postmates Plus business (otherwise it's an added $3.99) and there's also a $9.99 monthly subscription fee.


Wegmans uses Instacart for their grocery delivery service. Place an order online or using the Instacart app and you can get groceries for pickup or delivery. When you choose curbside, you can skip the delivery fee and tip, too!

First-time Instacart customers can save $15 off their first $35+ order using code LOVEMYTIME.

Kroger & Ralphs

Kroger and Ralphs also use Instacart for curbside and grocery delivery for over 1,200 of it's locations. In recent news, the company also launched Kroger Ship, a new website that offers more than 50,000 grocery, household, beauty and pet food products. The catch? Only Cincinnati, Houston, Louisville, and Nashville can get delivery for now.

Customers can get free shipping on orders over $35. Get 15 percent off your first order with code SHIP15.


Publix uses Instacart to manage its grocery delivery service. When you use the Instacart app, you can get same-day delivery and many times, your order can arrive within an hour! Customers have the option for grocery and liquor delivery, in addition to curbside pickup.

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––Karly Wood

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