Costco Now Has 2-Day Grocery Delivery In Quebec So You Don't Need A Car To Shop
Bulk shopping delivered to your door!
- Costco grocery delivery is now available in select places in Quebec and across Canada.
- Costco hopes to expand the service if it's successful.
- See the areas of the province where delivery is possible here.
If you thought you loved Costco before... think again. The wholesale giant has just made a move that is going to make bulk grocery shopping even easier. An announcement by Costco Canada on Monday confirmed that you can now get Costco groceries delivered to your house in several cities across Quebec, including Montreal, Gatineau, and Quebec City.
Other cities across Canada that can now benefit from Costco's two-day grocery delivery service include Victoria, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Regina, Winnipeg, Toronto, Ottawa, Fredericton, Moncton, Saint John, Halifax, and Charlottetown.
I can say with honesty that one of the only reasons I'm not a Costco member is the fact that I don't have a car, which makes the trek for bulk items difficult.
Costco locations are rarely within a city centre, and even then it's hard to imagine bringing home a Costco load on the metro...
Which means that this two-day delivery service couldn't be better for others like me who have yearned for the perks of Costco Wholesale but never took the membership leap due to the lack of a vehicle.
Here's how Costco's new delivery service works.
Non-perishable food, household supplies, and other items marked as eligible for two-day delivery are up for grabs when you order online. You pay no delivery fee when you spend $75 or more before taxes.
Your order must be placed by noon local time between Monday and Friday in order to qualify for the two business day delivery window.
You also have to keep your delivery to one address.
Below is a map provided by Costco Wholesale Canada that highlights more of the regions that are included in the delivery zone within Quebec.
Costco also says on its website that, "while this service is limited, we are working to expand it to as many areas as we can in Canada."
So there's hope for the expansion of this delivery zone in the future, particularly if it proves to be a popular method of shopping for people in the regions highlighted above.
I can see this service become very popular with people who find grocery shopping a chore, as well as individuals like myself who don't have a car to lug home bulk shopping.
Plus, it seems like this service is open to nearly any Costco product that is non-perishable, including office supplies, cleaning supplies, and more.
I can't think of anything better.
Take a look at all the Costco two-day delivery categories here.