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Meijer Home Delivery Service Launched In Suburban Cleveland

Meijer Home Delivery

Meijer has now launched its popular Meijer Home Delivery service in suburban Cleveland, Ohio.

The launch comes a week after Meijer opened three stores in a single day for the first time in its 85-year history.

More than 90,000 households in Avon, Mentor and Stow can choose from a list of 70,000 items and have them delivered from a Meijer store to their door. Once ordered, deliveries are made within hours.

“At Meijer, we know how busy people are these days, so we do everything we can to make shopping as easy and convenient as possible,” said Tom Wilson, regional VP. “Meijer Home Delivery lets people shop whenever they want from wherever they want, and have their order delivered at a time that’s most convenient for them, whether it’s early in the morning or late at night.”

Customers can shop online at or with an app and choose everything from fresh produce and grocery to daily essentials like diapers, cases of water and pet food. Toys, electronics, school supplies, health and beauty items, and beer and wine also are available for home delivery.

Meijer is partnering with Shipt to offer the service. A Shipt Shopper communicates with the customer via text and shops according to the member’s specific preferences, including choosing produce items according to how ripe the customer wants them.

The cost of the of the Meijer Home Delivery service is regularly $99 per year, but to celebrate the launch, northeast Ohio residents can get an annual membership for $49 through June 4. The annual membership includes access to free, unlimited delivery on orders of more than $35. A flat $7 delivery fee is added to any orders under $35.

In addition to home delivery and shopping in-store in the traditional way or with self-checkout, Meijer also offers curbside pick-up and Meijer Shop & Scan. With Shop & Scan, customers save time by scanning their items’ bar codes with the Meijer mobile app and bagging as they shop (using reusable bags). Customers can see a running total via the app, and once they’re done shopping, they simply scan their phone at a self-checkout lane and pay.

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Renee Sexton

Renee Sexton

Renee is a graduate of the Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University and worked more than two decades in broadcast and digital journalism before coming over to the print side.

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