H-E-B is launching grocery delivery for customers in San Antonio starting this week.
The San Antonio-based grocery giant has partnered with Shipt and Instacart to offer grocery delivery to customers in the San Antonio area. Orders will be filled by personal shoppers and delivered in an hour. Instacart will expand service into San Antonio on Thursday. Shipt will launch in San Antonio on May 25th.
Shipt and Instacart will also provide on-demand grocery delivery from Central Market.
“Partnerships with companies like Shipt and Instacart allow us to offer a shopping experience to fit the needs of our customers looking for time‑saving solutions,” Greg Souquette, Senior Vice President and General Manager of San Antonio Operations at H‑E‑B, said in a news release.
“Customers who sign up for an annual membership with Shipt prior to the May 25 launch will receive $50 in grocery credit,” according to a news release.
In addition to grocery delivery, H-E-B is also launching curbside pick-up at the H-E-B plus! at Bandera and Loop 1604 with ordering through its hebtoyou.com website.
Last year, H-E-B began offering more than 50,000 shelf stable foods, drugstore and general merchandise products for sale on its website at heb.com. It ships throughout the U.S., except California, and to military bases worldwide.