Food Delivery Sweeping Orlando
Orlando Food Delivery Options
Residents in Orlando will have any easier time getting grocery and restaurant deliveries. Orlando food delivery is expanding with many options.
Locally Walmart and Publix announced last year that they were getting into the food delivery, but now it is being offered by several vendors so that Orlando residents will have a slew of choices.
UberEats, using Uber taxi service, just opened service on November 2, 2016. There were 50 restaurants available during lunch time. Conveniently, their website provides timeframes immediately upon reviewing all the available restaurants. This would be a great service for lunch goers so they never have to leave the office. You can sign in to UbersEats with your existing Uber account. You will need a credit card on file before you can look at menus. The cost is $4.99 booking fee, plus there maybe a Busy Fee added too.
Postmates, is very similar to UberEats, but I was surprised to see you can get a Pumpkin Latte delivered. Postmates website is easy to use. They have a service fee of 9%.
Amazon Restaurants, offers a similar service for restaurant delivery and its free with Amazon Prime at $99 per year. That may sound expensive, but if you use the other benefits of Amazon Prime then it’s totally worth it. There are about the same number of restaurants, but different ones. So if you have a specific restaurant in mind you may need to search multiple delivery sites.
Groceries Plus Household Items and More
Google Express, offers groceries plus all household, baby, and pet goods plus even electronics. So it’s almost a one stop shopping experience. The cost is $10 per month or $95 per year. Google Express is offering a 3 month free trial.
Residents can enjoy Publix and Whole Foods groceries through Instacart starting on November 14, 2016. Get groceries within an hour and free on your first order. Instacart has a subscription fee of $99 to $149 or $4 to $6 per order.
Drizley delivers alcohol to the Orlando area. This is actual very safe for the public because if you have had too much to drink then you can have Drizly deliver alcohol right to you instead of driving. This service cost $5.00.
Life is good when you live in Orlando. Orlando is offering even more convenience for people that live here with these new food delivery services. If you are in the market for a home or need information about relocating to the area, Buyers Broker of Florida is ready to help. Contact Home Buying Experts today 407-539-1053.