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Instacart, Lowe’s offer Same day delivery


Instacart, the online grocery delivery platform, has partnered with Lowe’s to test same-day delivery, a corporate blog from Instacart said on Wednesday (February 23).

This allows customers to have around 20,000 items delivered by Lowe’s, including small home appliances, construction supplies, lighting fixtures, and garden and outdoor supplies.

The service will initially be available in Boston and Charlotte, North Carolina and will expand over the next few months.

Lowe’s is the first home improvement store available on Instacart.

“Demand for home improvement on our platform increased by more than 50% in 2021 compared to 2020,” said Chris Rogers, vice president of retail at Instacart.

Lowe’s senior vice president of online, Mike Shady, said it’s important that the omnichannel strategy includes online sales. He said the combination of Lowe’s and Instacart “provides a new, convenient way to shop.”

“As we explore a range of solutions to meet our customers’ same-day and next-day delivery needs, this partnership enhances the customer experience and provides the choices today’s customers demand,” he said, according to the blog.

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The companies said members who link their accounts between the services could earn a mile for every dollar they spend on Instacart.

Delta customers also get access to trial versions of up to 12 months of Instacart Express.

“Instacart allows customers to focus on what they love while taking care of their health and well-being with easy one-touch access to fresh groceries,” said Wassim Kabbara, Director of Product Partnerships at Instacart. “We are proud to announce a unique partnership that offers Delta SkyMiles members new ways to earn miles on everyday grocery purchases.”



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