If you read my post about GIFs that all moms can relate to, you know just how much I love grocery delivery and pickup. Like Jim Carrey flailing around in a tutu love. I use Amazon PrimeFresh, Instacart, and Walmart Grocery Pickup, and today I’m sharing all my referral codes so you can try grocery delivery with these free trials and coupons.
Full disclosure, this means I get a little something if you sign up or use the coupon code, but it’s literally putting food in my kids’ tummies, so I’m super grateful.
Walmart Grocery is probably my favorite of all the grocery delivery and pickup services. They are always extremely pleasant, have my order ready ahead of schedule, and choose good quality produce. On the subject of produce though… About half of my orders are produce, so it can be tedious to be shown and approve each of their picks.
Still, I essentially place my order from my computer or phone, choose a pickup time, and have my groceries loaded into my car for me at my local Walmart. I love how easy it is, and you can’t beat the variety of groceries and household goods available.
AmazonFresh and Amazon PrimeNow are two options I love from Amazon. I’m already a Prime member, which helps me cut my cable bill by giving me access to PrimeVideo, so it just made sense to me to try out their grocery and delivery services.
PrimeNow has saved the day with nipple shields within an hour when I couldn’t find any and hadn’t quite recovered from my c-section yet, and AmazonFresh grocery delivery has a good selection of fresh foods for when I want to do more than just stock my pantry.
Try it with a FREE 30 day trial!
Also, if you’re not already an Amazon Prime member, do it. Don’t question why until you’ve had it a year and seen how much you save in shipping, customer service hassles, and added benefits like PrimeNow same day delivery and AmazonVideo. Try Amazon Prime 30-Day Free Trial now!
Instacart has totally changed the way that I grocery shop online. By far the most convenient to use, I like that I can shop specific stores right from an app. If I’m craving Publix bakery cookies, I can shop there. Need to pick up bulk toilet paper? Costco has my back (and I don’t even need a membership).
Unlike Walmart Grocery, though, their grocery delivery does require a monthly fee, and tipping is part of the service. I am not a huge fan of tipping in general—I love Adam Conover’s tipping episode of Adam Ruins Everything to explain more about why it’s generally bad practice that this is a societal norm—and the monthly fee does eat into my grocery budget as a whole, but it is reasonable.
Like Amazon Prime and AmazonFresh, I tend to think of it as an investment in myself. My time is valuable, and I don’t really want to spend it grocery shopping.