Looking to skip the checkout line and order your groceries and food without leaving your home? Thankfully, there are tons of options for delivery services, and many offer special deals or discounts for new users.

These food delivery services make it easier and cheaper than ever to maintain a stocked kitchen (and full stomach!) without ever leaving the couch.

To help you find the right one for your needs, I’ve put together a list of the top delivery services available right now across the country.

The 13 Best Food Delivery Services


Service: Walmart+
Available in: Check availability in your area
What it does: Walmart’s membership program includes a whole host of benefits, from savings on fuel to free and discounted prescriptions. But one of their coolest features is unlimited deliveries from your local store. You’ll get free delivery as fast as same-day on fresh groceries and more with orders of $35+ (some restrictions apply).
What it costs: A Walmart+ membership costs $12.95 per month or $98 a year. Plus, your membership comes with an initial 15-day free trial (or bump it up to 30 days by answering a few short questions) to test out the service with the option to cancel at any time.
Cool feature: Not only can you get groceries delivered to your door, but also last-minute gifts and up to 180,000 other items from your store. Here’s everything to know about the Walmart+ membership.

Service: Blue Apron
Available in: Most of the country
What it does: For a flat fee each week, this menu-planning and shopping service will select and drop off everything you need to whip up their easy-to-cook meals. They guarantee the freshness of all the ingredients and deliver them in an insulated box right to your door. You can choose different plans, from meals for two to family-sized orders.
What it costs: Right now, get $80 off your first four boxes and 1% cash back. Delivery is free, but there are plan options. A mix of meat, fish, Beyond Meat, WW Approved, Diabetes-Friendly recipes and health-conscious offerings is $47.94 for two recipes per week for two people and $71.92 for two recipes per week for four people. The vegetarian option is $47.95 for two recipes per week for two people. In general, each meal costs $7.49 and you can upgrade to three recipes a week for a fee.
Cool feature: A culinary team designs the meals to be cooked within 35 minutes, and each dish features local, fresh and healthy items. You can adjust menus according to your dietary restrictions and wines are also available!

Service: Butcher Box
Available: Nationwide
What it does: This service drops off curated mixes of high quality beef, chicken, or pork – or customize your own. All your meat is delivered in an insulated box, frozen and packaged with care. It also comes with recipes and tips and tricks to make feeding your family the best meat on the planet!
What it costs: Prices vary by their different packages, but the starting cost is $129 a month.
Cool features: All the animals are humanely raised and free of antibiotics and added hormones. Plus, the packaging is eco-friendly.

Service: Delivery.com
Available: Nationwide
What it does: This service drops off restaurant food, groceries, booze, dry cleaning and laundry services at your door. Browse thousands of restaurants and stores to get the best of your neighborhood delivered. Or you can arrange for Delivery.com to order for you and you can pick up your items at the merchant’s location.
What it costs: It’s free, so save time tackling your to-do list at home, at work or on the go.
Cool features: Right now, you can opt for contactless delivery. Just note this in the “Special Instructions” at checkout. They have a great rewards program that lets you score delivery points with every purchase! Download the app to make earning points super easy.


Service: DoorDash.com
Available: Nationwide
What it does: DoorDash empowers local restaurants to offer delivery to diners, and gives hungry fans convenient access to breakfast, lunch and dinner from all of their favorite local and national restaurants.
What it costs: You’ll pay a delivery fee, service fee, plus tip if you want to thank your “Dasher.” But right now, new customers get 25% off and you can stack the savings with 1% cash back. Should you become a long-term and frequent user of DoorDash, consider DashPass, their subscription service that provides free deliveries and discounted service fees on orders over $12. DashPash is available for a free 30-day trial ($9.99/month after).
Cool features: We used DoorDash recently and appreciated the tracking feature, which lets you see on a map where your Dasher is, so you can prepare for your food’s arrival. Also, in response to COVID-19, DoorDash lets you select to have your delivery dropped at your door contact-free.


Service: eat2explore
Available: Nationwide
What it does: This is a subscription box service with a mission to educate the next generation on the connectivity of food and culture of different countries. Through the packages, kids will learn about food and cooking while also learning math, science, geography, history and social studies. There are 19 different countries/regions/specialty boxes to explore!
What it costs: Depending on the plan and box you choose, these start at $21.21 a month. But right now for a limited time, you can get 20% off with the code explore20.
Cool features: This was developed by a mom of two, and families receive unique recipes, essential spice/sauce/grain mixes, a country brochure, an activity sheet, shopping list, cooking tools and collectibles (passport, country stickers, flag pins).

Service: Favor
Available in: Limited areas of Texas.
What it does: This mobile app, owned by H-E-B, delivers food and just about anything else from your favorite local restaurants and stores. Just plug in your purchase and a Favor “Runner” will drop it off in under an hour. This can include errands like picking up prescriptions, groceries and dry cleaning.
What it costs: Delivery fees can range (standard is $6) based on the cost of the purchase, plus you’ll pay a service fee and have the option to tip your Runner.
Cool feature: In partnership with H-E-B, Favor is currently offering a senior support line. Texas seniors (60+) can call at 1-833-397-0080 from 9 a.m.–1 p.m. daily to place orders from H-E-B, or visit the H-E-B page on Favor’s website to order now. Deliveries will be placed on customers’ doorsteps to help eliminate close personal interaction

Service: FreshDirect
Available in: Connecticut, Delaware, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania
What it does: The service takes your grocery order online and dispatches it to its kitchen, bakery and deli. Once your goods are packaged, FreshDirect brings them to your home or office. (Bonus: You can even order alcohol and party platters!)
What it costs: Most deliveries cost a flat fee, which ranges from $6 to $8, and unlimited delivery passes start at $13 monthly. Right now, you can get 60 days of free delivery with a DeliveryPass trial, plus $5 off Tuesday through Friday.
Cool feature: FreshDirect has a huge selection of food and household products as well as many prepared meals for individuals and parties. The best part? They offer same-day delivery!

Service: Grubhub
Available: Nationwide
What they do: Grubhub recently merged with Foodler, Eat24 and Seamless to let you explore restaurants near you that will deliver right to your door. If you prefer takeout, you can also order and get notified when your meal is ready to pick up. Plus, when you cash in on Grubhub’s “Perks” you can get hundreds in savings!
What they cost: The service is free to use, although restaurants may charge you a delivery fee.
Cool features: Through their partnership with No Kid Hungry and the “Donate the Change” program, Grubhub helps the one in seven U.S. children who face childhood hunger.

Service: Home Chef
Available: Nationwide
What they do: Home Chef is a popular meal kit company that lets you choose meals to cook at home. They deliver fresh ingredients and easy-to-follow recipes, and let you skip a week at any time.
What they cost: Meals start at $6.99 per serving and they offer free delivery with orders of $49 or more. Right now, they’ll give you a voucher for $75 off your first order!
Cool features: Home Chef offers up to 38 weekly choices using “Customize It,” letting you mix and match based on your dietary needs and preferences. Plus, their boxes, bottles and jars are fully recyclable!

Service: Postmates
Available in: Nationwide
What it does: Customers can use the Postmates app 24 hours a day to purchase goods or a meal from any store or restaurant in your area. Independent couriers near you are then alerted and drop off the goods—whether by foot, bike, car or scooter in as little as one hour. (Fun fact: One time Kylie Jenner ordered a single carrot from Postmates—and they delivered!)
What it costs: Delivery fees start at $5 (based on distance), plus a nine percent service charge is added to the purchase price of your items.
Cool feature: The app introduces you to your “Postmate” with a photo, number of previous deliveries and rating. They’ve added a handy “Leave at Door” option. Sweet!

Services: Seamless
Available: Nationwide
What they do: In 2013, Grubhub and Seamless combined forces and merged under the Grubhub portfolio of companies. The companies now dominate the industry and provide half a million daily orders to customers every single day. Yet they still exist as different entities. These sites—both with different mobile apps—offer the same services. Log in to your account, peruse local restaurants, submit your order and wait for delivery. If you prefer takeout, you can also order and get notified when your enchiladas are ready to pick up.
What they cost: In response to COVID-19, Seamless is currently offering free delivery on your first order. Otherwise, you’ll typically pay a delivery fee, service fee and have the option to tip.
Cool features: Since they are owned by Grubhub, they also support No Kid Hungry and the “Donate the Change” program.

Service: Uber Eats
Available: Nationwide
What they do: Powered by your go-to ride request app, Uber Eats is a fast way to get the food you love delivered from hundreds of restaurants.
What they cost: The service is free to use, though taxes and fees apply. See the Uber Eats app for details.
Cool features: Uber Eats lets you track and follow your order all in the app. First, you’ll see the restaurant accept and start prepping. Then, when the order’s almost ready, a nearby Uber partner—in a car, on a bike or scooter—will go to the restaurant to pick it up. Next, they’ll drive or ride to you. You’ll be able to see their name and photo and track progress on the map.

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