Don't want to deal with long lines, crowded aisles or fight over that last tissue roll when you need to be social distancing? We've got you. Here's a list of online grocery stores in Seattle that deliver so you can get fresh food and essentials without even getting out of your PJs.
Whether or not you've used these services before, there's no denying how convenient it truly is. From checking out every aisle that you probably never had the time to do on your usual grocery run to discovering products that you didn't know existed, it comes with its own perks.
But now, your own personal shopper will buy your essentials for you. Just don't forget to tip them well and make their day.
Price: Free for Prime members
Why You Need It: Whether you want organic produce or discover that croissant toast you never know you needed, this spot has it all. Plus, you get discounts if you're a prime member.
Price: Free for Prime members; $5.99 shipping fee for non-members
Why You Need It: The Amazon app lets you order fresh produce from AmazonFresh and household essentials from Prime Pantry.
Fred Meyer and QFC
Why You Need It: You can get additional discounts if you have a member card which is free to get.
Price: $7.99 for one hour or $5.99 for two-hour or more delivery
Why You Need It: Want to buy a pain reliever and your pet's food from two different stores? This one service lets you order from Safeway, QFC, PCC, Fred Meyer, Costco, CVS, and PetCo and delivers them to your door. Plus, they just rolled out a “Leave at My Door Delivery” due to COVID19.
Albertson's & Safeway
Price: $9.95 for one-hour delivery; $6.95 if you give them a four-hour window
Why You Need It: Their website mentions that they can even carry the groceries into your home if needed.
Pacific Coast Harvest
Why You Need It: Whether its quail eggs, herbed bread or a hazelnut spread, they pick up produce from local farmers across the Pacific Northwest and deliver them to your door in cute wooden crates.
Seattle Farmers Markets
Why You Need It: Miss strolling through the farmers' markets? From handcrafted bagels and kombucha to truffles and fish, local farms will directly deliver your fave items to you.
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