Lydia Sacallis, 9, and her brother Adonie, 11, handcuffed themselves together in the foyer of the Red Deer Superstore. File photo by Advocate staff

Groceries delivered directly to your door in Red Deer

Starting Thursday, Red Deerians will be able to get groceries delivered to their homes through two food chains.

Instacart and Loblaw are expanding to the Red Deer area, which means residents will be able to have groceries delivered as fast as one hour from Real Canadian Superstore and Your Independent Grocer, a news release states.

Customers can go online at or open the instacart mobile app on their smartphones, select the city/store, and the virtual cart. The delivery window will show various options – from delivery within one hour, two hours, or up to five days in advance.

Delivery fee is $3.99 for orders $35 or more. The Instacart Express membership enables unlimited, free same-day delivery on orders $35 or more. After a free trial period, the express membership costs $9.99 a month or $99 a year.

First-time users can use the HEYREDDEER code, which expires Jan. 31, at checkout to get $20 off an order of $35 or more, plus a free first time delivery.

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