Here are the my favorite and best online grocery shopping websites, and I’ve included some coupon codes when I found them. (PS – most of the coupon codes are for first time users but double check just in case!)
My favorite, best online grocery stores, in order:
1 Thrive Market
My hands-down favorite place to order non-perishables from is Thrive Market. They’re like a Costco-meets-Whole Foods and their prices are unbelievable! And their shipping is quite fast. They are in California, I am in New York, and I get my boxes within 2-3 days tops.
coupon: 25% off + free shipping
2 Walmart Grocery
coupon: $10 credit for new customers
3 Target Drive Up
Yay! Target now offers drive up grocery pickup service in some areas (check your area now). I love their Simply Balanced line of organic products!
coupons: I haven’t found any coupons for this yet, but if I do they’ll be linked here.
You can get these printable grocery lists at the bottom of this post 🙂
4 Your local grocery store
Most local grocers are offering online ordering and you either pick them up or they deliver. There’s sometimes a few dollars fee (still worth it in my opinion because you would probably spend at least that if you went into the store, especially with kids!)
Popular grocery stores that offer online ordering as of this printing:
Don’t forget Instacart – they’ll deliver from all kinds of stores that are local to you (even pharmacies or dog food!).
5 When all else fails, there’s always Amazon!
I know Amazon is probably the last place you look for groceries but they do have some good options – just make sure you price check! Oh, and you have to be a Prime member so do that first (if you have an EBT card, you can get a cheaper version of Prime here).
Amazon Fresh – $25 off first order
Prime Pantry – fill a box and pay minimal shipping
Oooh and don’t forget to check Ebates!
If you’re shopping online, always check Ebates to see if there are any rebates for that particular store. And you MUST add the Google Chrome extension – it’s tremendously helpful at reminding me to use it – I always forget!
So, what do you think? Could you grocery shop less or shop online? What’s your grocery pitfall right now?