Aldi has announced that it and Deliveroo will remove the €4.99 delivery fee from its online orders from today 14 January to 11 February.
The partnership’s service is available to up to 1.5 million people living in Dublin, Cork, Galway and Limerick, the discount retailer said.
Launched in 2020, the joint 30 minute service allows customers to receive their contactless delivery to their home or they can place an order and have it delivered to a loved one at another address.
Customers can avail of this free delivery on the app as often as they wish, with minimum and maximum order values of €25 to €75 remaining in place.
Aldi’s Deliveroo service is available within a 5km radius of 19 stores across Dublin, Cork, Galway and Limerick.
Experienced Aldi staff will select and pack the shopping, while a Deliveroo driver will deliver the shopping to the doorstep in as little as 30 minutes, it added.
Aldi’s grocery orders can be ordered and paid for via the Deliveroo app or website.
For more information on the service, see click here.
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