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Don't Bother Leaving Home. Enjoy a Drink (Responsibly) and Get Alcohol Delivered

Order in or stock up with the best on-demand booze delivery services for 2022.

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You don't need to head out to the bars to treat yourself to a stiff drink after a long week. There are some great liquor delivery services out there that make getting alcohol easier than ever by delivering it straight to your door. Plus, it gives you access to a more diverse selection of beer, wine, spirits, hard seltzer and any other adult beverages. If you're unfamiliar, many of these booze delivery services work similarly to Uber Eats or GrubHub. You can browse the inventories of local liquor or grocery stores, and then an on-demand driver will be dispatched to pick up your items and deliver them to you. The best alcohol delivery services will often be able to get your items to you in an hour or less. 

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Note that alcohol delivery laws vary by state, so not every service is available in every location. Inventory also varies by store and service, so if something is out of stock now it may become available again soon. We update this list periodically. 

Check out this list of the best wine and liquor delivery services to try in 2022 if you want to fill up on craft beer, fancy booze, great wine and Champagne without ever having to put pants on. Just keep in mind that the same rules that have always applied to alcohol apply now, perhaps more than ever: Enjoy wine, beer and spirits in moderation and never drink and drive, but always tip your delivery person.

Drizly

Drizly is an online alcohol delivery service that partners with thousands of retailers across North America to send beer, wine, liquor and snacks to your door. It's available in 31 states and DC. 

When you add something to your cart, you'll have the option to choose which store in your area will fulfill the order, as well as delivery ETAs, minimums and fees. You can often get your order delivered in under an hour (though that depends on a few factors, like time of day and order volume), or schedule a delivery for the future. Add a tip for your driver, and you're good to go. The site is also encouraging users to select contactless deliveries.

Total Wine

Total Wine has a wide variety of liquor, beer and wine, and offers same-day alcohol and snack delivery across 24 states, as well as shipping and in-store pickup. If you've ever been in one of its stores, you know how much there is to choose from, including domestic and craft beer and spirits. If you are looking for good wine, its Winery Direct deals let you mix six bottles to get a discount. Bottles start as low as $3.

Saucey

Saucey offers 30-minute delivery or two-day shipping of beer, wine and liquor, with no delivery fees or order minimums -- the price is all rolled in, so what you see is what you pay (there are shipping fees, however). The catch is that it only operates that on-demand service in certain cities. Check your ZIP code at the link below to see if your area is included.

Minibar

Minibar operates in 22 states and DC, promising to deliver great wine, beer and liquor to your door in under an hour. It also offers statewide shipping within three to five days, and an in-store pickup option at your local liquor store. The site stands out for its easy navigation, letting you quickly filter by type of alcohol, then store, country, size, container and price.

Wine.com

Home delivery is great, but if you're going out to Walgreens or FedEx anyway, online retailer Wine.com lets you order to pick up at one of those store locations near you. The site boasts that it has the "world's largest selection of wines," and you can have the bottles of wine delivered to your home or to one of those local pickup sites. You can also sign up for the StewardShip program -- a one-year subscription is $59, and gets you free shipping all year.

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If you live in a state that allows alcohol delivery from local restaurants, you can likely order drinks through your favorite food delivery app. Just open it up, navigate to the restaurant you want and see if beer, wine or alcoholic drinks are available. Doordash recently started offering alcohol delivery in 20 states. Check out our list of best food delivery services here.

Instacart

In 14 states, you can add wine, beer and liquor to your grocery delivery order from online grocery service Instacart. Orders are fulfilled by grocery stores in your area. Regular delivery fees apply, and you'll need to show ID.

Winc

Are you a wine enthusiast? Winc is a wine-of-the-month club and wine subscription service that offers recommendations that it says will match your palate, based on a short quiz, for a monthly subscription of wine awesomeness. You can also search the site for whatever you prefer -- whether that's red wine like pinot noir,  white wine such as sauvignon blanc or another type. Selecting four wines will get you free shipping each month, from both Winc's own wines and bottles from independent wineries. Bottles start at $13 each. We named Winc the best wine subscription for most people thanks to the fact that it "provides an overall great value for the wines and a user-friendly site."

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