Peapod stocks thousands of grocery items and brands from local retailers and delivers to your home or business. All you have to do is fill your online shopping cart and choose a delivery date and time. And if you’re a new customer, you’ll save even more.
How do I use my coupon code?
1. Enter your delivery ZIP code, and then select See local items.
2. Choose Add to cart under the items you want to buy.
3. When you’re done shopping, select your cart and choose a delivery date and time.
4. Create a Peapod account or sign in to an existing account.
5. Enter your delivery address.
6. Enter your payment information.
7. Enter your promo code, then select Apply.
Why is my code not working?
The code could be case-sensitive, expired or unavailable for the items in your cart. Contact Peapod directly for help with a specific code.
Can I get free next-day delivery?
Peapod offers free delivery to new customers on their first order. If you place your order before 8 p.m., next-day delivery may be available. Delivery dates and times depend on your location, so see what’s available at checkout.
After your first order — unless you have a promo code for free delivery — you’ll see a service fee and fuel surcharge. These fees vary based on your delivery location and how much you spend.
When’s the next sale?
Check out the specials and ways to save tabs on Peapod’s website to see a list of available local deals and discounts.
New customers currently get free delivery and $20 off their first order. Refer a friend to Peapod through a link on its site and you’ll get $25 toward your next purchase when they place an order.
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Frequently asked questions
How much does it cost to create a Peapod account?
Create your Peapod account for 100% free. And you don’t need to make a purchase to create an account.
Why is delivery not available in my location?
At this time, Peapod only delivers to select locations in Connecticut, District of Columbia, Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Virginia, Washington and Wisconsin. Some addresses may only be available for store pickup.
Are there rules around tipping my Peapod delivery driver?Tipping is optional and not expected, but it is appreciated.
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