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How much is Hy-Vee grocery delivery?

How much is Hy-Vee grocery delivery?

Pickup or delivery – it’s up to you! Delivery is $9.95 with a minimum $30 purchase.

How do I get my free Hy-Vee delivery?

You can have your groceries delivered to your house for FREE within your Hy-Vee zip code with grocery orders over $100 (or $4.95 delivery for orders under $100 – still extremely reasonable!).

Does Hy-Vee offer free delivery for seniors?

Customers will have the option of no-contact delivery. Hy-Vee: Starting March 31, Hy-Vee will offer free delivery to individuals who are 60 and older as well as expectant mothers and those who are considered high risk for illness in communities where Hy-Vee Aisles Online delivery orders are fulfilled by DoorDash.

Does Hy-Vee offer senior discount?

Senior Citizen Discount Day All seniors 55 years of age and older receive a 5% discount on Thursdays!

Is hyvee pickup free?

A: Pickup is FREE with a minimum $24.95 purchase. We also have a “Get it Faster” option for pickup in as little as 2 hours for $9.95. Delivery is $9.95 with a minimum $24.95 purchase.

Do you tip for Hy-Vee aisles online?

Stoermer shares, “Tipping is not necessary. We do not want customers to feel obligated to tip our drivers. However as with any personal service, if the customer feels as though we have provided exemplary service they are more than welcome to tip one of our friendly drivers or curbside shoppers.”

Do you tip Hy-Vee pickup?

A: Yes, our delivery people accept tips. Q: How do I pickup from a locker? A: Please see these instructions for locker pickup.

How do you get senior discount at Hy-Vee?

For all seniors 55 years of age or older, come shop with us on Wednesdays and you’ll receive 10% off your grocery order!

How do you get senior discount at Hy Vee?

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What is a good tip for grocery delivery?

15% to 20%
Grocery Delivery Services So be kind. Be generous. A 15% to 20% tip is a good rule of thumb for someone who braved the store, shopped for the best produce, waited in line, fought traffic, and brought groceries right to your front door (especially in the COVID era).

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