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DoorDash now delivers same-day groceries from Albertsons, Safeway and more

Almost 2,000 Albertsons-owned stores have partnered with the delivery service to provide groceries in less than an hour.

There's no minimum amount you need to spend to qualify for delivery.
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If you live near a Safeway, Acme, Carrs or any other store owned by the conglomerate Albertsons Co., you can now get groceries delivered via DoorDash to your home in under an hour. DoorDash said Monday that customers across the US can use the home delivery service app to place orders from almost 2,000 stores for more than 40,000 grocery items, including flowers and fresh food, depending on the store. 

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There's no minimum amount you need to spend to qualify for delivery, though delivery is free for DashPass members who spend at least $25 on Albertsons groceries. All you have to do is place an order through the DoorDash marketplace app. Some customers can also order their groceries through the local Albertsons website for same-day delivery via DoorDash Drive.

From now through June 30, you can save 40% on your first order by using the code GROCERY.

Since DoorDash began offering grocery delivery in August 2020, competitors have followed suit: Amazon now delivers groceries to more than 5,000 cities, while Instacart has 30-minute grocery deliveries across 15 cities. Most recently, Uber teamed up with Walgreens last week for same-day delivery services.