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Saw a deal I couldn’t pass up – had to share!
If you’re in Atlanta, Dallas, or Southern California, see if these Instacart deals will work for you. You can get $20 off an order of $35+ with promotion code “ALDIDELIVERY” – that’s over half off your groceries!
Instacart does add a service fee. But even with that considered, I still saved a heap on groceries. Can’t beat free food!
Plus, your first delivery is free!
Instacart $20 off details
- Link: Sign up for Instacart
This deal is good through October 1st, 2017 on Aldi orders shopped through Instacart. Be sure to add promotion code “ALDIDELIVERY” to trigger the discount.
You can get anything you normally would buy – a shopper selects items for you. And you can choose what time and day you want your items delivered to your door.
At one point, my shopper even texted me to ask if I wanted an item replaced.
The spend threshold for the deal is over $35, so I made sure my total was $35.25.
The promotion code worked perfectly. And the delivery fee was waived because this was my first Instacart order.
I got 2 huge bags of produce, milk, and meat for ~$17. That was a real savings on things I was going to purchase anyway. Plus, I used my Citi AT&T Access More card to get 3X Citi ThankYou points for the online purchase.
Free food. This is an awesome deal. Stock up!
Apparently, the deal only works in Atlanta, Dallas, and Southern California according to SlickDeals. But it may be worth a try if there’s an Aldi near you – you never know! Just enter your zip code to check.
Oh and if you see anything about signing up for an Instacart subscription, just click “No thanks” to bypass the screen – you do NOT need to sign up for it to get this deal.
Or, Save on Booze Nearly Anywhere
Another service I’ve been using here and there is Drizly. They partner with local liquor stores to provide a delivery service – with no added markup to the alcohol prices. Although they do have a delivery fee.
I’ve used it a time or two and had positive experiences. The site is very clean and easy to shop.
I found the prices to be very reasonable.
And, you can get $5 off your first delivery with promotion code “WINYJ“.
Not a bad deal at all. You CAN stack the promotion code with the shopping portal bonus – really nice savings there if you’re in the mood for a drink.
No reason not to hop on one or both of these deals. Easily save half off $35 in groceries at Aldi via Instacart when you add promotion code “ALDIDELIVERY” – if you’re in Atlanta, Dallas, or SoCal.
I have done both of these deals myself and can confirm they work! Especially for the Aldi grocery deal – seriously a no-brainer. Free food is awesome!
Let me know if the Aldi promo works in other places. And how your experience was with either deal!* If you liked this post, consider signing up to receive free blog posts in an RSS reader and you’ll never miss an update! And thanks for using my links to apply for new card offers!
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