Traverse City News and Events

Meijer Expands Home Delivery

Nov. 10, 2017

With holiday shopping looming, Meijer is adding thousands of items to its home delivery. General merchandise items now available through its home delivery partner Shipt include gifts and toys, as well as wrapping paper, artificial trees and Christmas decorations, and electronics like TVs, tablets, headphones, drones and gaming systems. In all, the retailer now offers more than 70,000 products for home delivery. 

Since launching in Detroit last September, Meijer and Shipt have expanded the personalized shopping service to more than 200 stores. The chain surpassed a half million deliveries earlier this year and is on pace to reach a million by year’s end. The service costs $99 per year. Unlimited deliveries are free for orders over $35; a flat $7 delivery fee is added to any orders under $35.

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