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Aldi Is Now Launching a Grocery Delivery Service Through Instacart

Shoppers in Los Angeles, Atlanta and Dallas can get Aldi groceries delivered straight to their door
Aldi Instacart Delivery
Photo: Mike Mozart via Flickr

Having a budget grocery store that gives us serious bang for our buck can be a very nice thing. Having one that will also deliver everything straight to our door in as little as an hour? We'd call that a grocery game changer.

In a recent press announcement, Aldi announced a new partnership with Instacart that will allow consumers to order Aldi products online starting later this month. Like every other store on Instacart.com, shoppers just fill their virtual carts with whatever groceries they need before choosing a delivery window that works best with their schedules. 

"From their unique assortment of goods to their low price commitment and high standards, the ALDI and Instacart partnership aligns on delivering excellent value and convenience to consumers," Apoorva Mehta, CEO of Instacart, said in the announcement. "There's a clear demand for quality grocery delivery, and ALDI and Instacart are working together to meet it."

Despite the wallet-friendly prices, Aldi's private-label brands have been shown to be just as good, if not better than big-name companies. (Let's just say we've been debating our Trader Joe's allegiance over the past few months.) As an added bonus, customers can receive $20 off their first Aldi + Instacart order by using the code ALDIDELIVERY.

For now, the pilot program is available only to residents of Los Angeles, Atlanta and Dallas, but with any luck, we'll all soon be ordering award-winning, budget-friendly booze in the comfort of our pj's.

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