A recent Lansing State Journal Article detailed how shoppers can utilize grocery delivery and curbside pickup at the state’s larger grocery chains. As these options may not be available in every zipcode, you may also want to check with local grocers on shopping services. Many larger grocery chains use services like Shipt and Instacart to provide delivery to customer’s homes, in addition to offering online shopping and curbside pickup at stores around the state.
By directly using Shipt, customers can have items from CVS, Petco, Office Depot, Office Max, Meijer and Target delivered to them.
Instacart delivers from Sam's Club, Costco, Aldi, CVS, Meijer, Kroger, Petco, Fresh Thyme, Better Health, Gordon Food Service and Target.
*Please Note that delivery and pick up is not available in every zip code.
Meijer offers grocery delivery and pickup at the store. Pickup costs $4.95 and delivery is $9.95. No membership is required for either option and there is no minimum for orders.
Groceries can be picked up or delivered as soon as in one hour from your order, but due to Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's stay at home order, delivery slots are scarce.
A Shipt shopper will be filling both delivery and pickup orders. They'll let you know where and when to meet them to pick up your order.
You must be home to accept the delivery of your order. Shoppers can not purchase tobacco, prescription medicines, propane tanks or lottery cards.
Kroger will deliver groceries for $9.95. Orders can only be paid for with credit or debit cards. Cash, checks, gift cards and government benefits are not accepted.
Kroger gives shoppers the option for their order to be left at their door, instead of having to be home for the delivery.
Grocery pick up at the store is free. Arrive at any time during your chosen slot to pick up your groceries. You can schedule a pick up time up to three days in advance. Once there, call the number on the sign in the grocery pickup parking area and someone will bring your order out to you.
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ALDI offers both delivery and pickup of grocery orders.
You can schedule a delivery up to seven days in advance, an hour from when you placed the order or anytime in between.
With your first three orders of $35 or more, ALDI is offering free delivery. After that, orders above $35 have a $3.99 delivery fee.
ALDI's curbside service allows you to order groceries online and pick them up in the store parking lot.
Target is offering a free, four-week trial for Shipt delivery of groceries or other items from the store. After the initial four weeks, an annual subscription for Shipt is $99 for unlimited orders of $35 or more. You also can pay per order.
Target also allows customers to pick up their order in the store or have their order delivered to their car in the parking lot.
The store warned shoppers that due to high demand, some items might be unavailable or delayed.
Walmart allows customers to order groceries online and pick them up in the parking lot at a designated location. At-store pickup is free.