St. Louis-based Schnuck Markets, in partnership with Instacart, is introducing “Schnucks Now” delivery.
An online grocery shopping method, it is ideal for smaller orders, focused on fulfilling convenience orders. The service allows customers to shop from the grocer’s assortment of fresh groceries, pantry and household essentials for delivery in as fast as 30 minutes with no priority fees and lower delivery fees. It is available to customers through the Schnucks Rewards App and the Instacart Convenience Hub, a marketplace product feature designed to streamline convenience shopping.
“Schnucks is always looking for new ways to streamline our digital experience and provide value and convenience to our customers,” said Chace MacMullan, senior director of digital experience. “We are excited to introduce this new service to meet our customers’ urgent grocery needs and proud to expand on our current delivery options available through Schnucks Delivers.”
Customers can place a Schnucks Now order by visiting schnucksnow.com. Delivery is available in all markets.
“We’re dedicated to finding more ways to make the online grocery experience accessible and convenient, and we’re proud to launch Schnucks Now to give customers a new, easy way to get what they need fast,” said Ryan Hamburger, VP of retail partnerships at Instacart. “Whether it’s a weekly grocery stock up or simply a last minute dinner ingredient, customers now have access to their favorite retailer no matter the reason.”
Schnucks Now is available during regular store operating hours with a $10 minimum purchase on all orders. Service charges do apply. Product pricing may differ from in-store prices and in-store coupons, sales and promotions are not valid on orders.
Through Nov. 18, first-time customers who use the code “SchnucksNow2022” at checkout can receive $5 off a $50 purchase.
Founded in 1939, Schnuck Markets is a third- and fourth-generation, family-owned grocery retailer. It operates 112 stores, serving customers in Missouri, Illinois, Indiana and Wisconsin and has 12,000 employees.