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You Can Now Have Your Groceries Delivered To Your Door With Instacart

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Yep, there's an app for that.

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Dread grocery store visits? Well now you don’t have to do them thanks to Instacart, which is launching today in Miami.

With Instacart you just plug in your grocery list into the app and one of Instacart's “personal shoppers” heads to a "partner" store and does the shopping for you. Stores included are Whole Foods Market, Winn-Dixie, Petco and wholesalers Costco and BJ’s, which you don’t need a membership for to shop from.

Delivery runs $5.99 for a one-hour delivery, $3.99 for a delivery within two-hours, or you can get a yearly membership for $99 which will give you free delivery for a year on orders of $35 or more.

Miami is the 16th city Instacart has come to since launching in San Fransisco in 2012. Most of the Miami-metro area is included in the delivery zones. If you want to check it out for yourself find it this way.

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