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16+ retailers with same-day delivery

Whether it's food, clothing or something random like batteries, get what you need today.

Same-day delivery is one of our favorite aspects of 21st century life. Instead of waiting until after work or sitting in traffic to get that new video game or the shoes you’re dying to wear ASAP, just find a retailer or app that offers same-day delivery and whatever you want will be in your hands before you know it.

The catch? Same-day delivery usually costs extra, because you pay for the convenience. And with some retailers, it’s only available in select markets and for specific products, so you’ll want to confirm whether or not a retailer offers same-day delivery to your ZIP code before filling up your cart.

Here’s where you can get same-day delivery

These companies offer same-day delivery to select markets in the US:

CompanyCostMore Info
Amazon$12.99 per order with a Prime membership
  • Order by noon to get your items by 9 p.m.
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Best BuyFrom $5.99
  • Order by 1 p.m. to get your items by 9 p.m.
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Big Lots
  • $10 for small orders
  • $35 for medium orders
  • $95 for large orders
  • Available at most Big Lots stores, but not all
  • Order by 2 p.m.
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BloomingdalesIt costs $20 for members of its loyalty program, and $20 + standard shipping for everyone else
  • Only available for select ZIP codes
  • Filter your search by Same Day Delivery to see eligible items
  • Order by 12 noon.
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The Container StoreFrom $20 for 3-hour delivery
  • Only available in Manhattan and select counties in the tristate area of New York
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CVSFree for prescriptions through August 2020
  • Same-day delivery is free for CarePass members all the time
  • It uses Shipt and Instacart
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Kohl’sFrom $9.95
  • Order by 1 p.m.
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Macy’s$10 for orders that qualify for free standard shipping
  • Order by noon Monday through Saturday or by 10 a.m. Sunday
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Nordstrom$20
  • Only available in the NYC area
  • Orders placed by 4 p.m. will be delivered by 8 p.m.
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Neiman Marcus$20
  • Service provided by FedEx in “most markets”
  • Place orders before noon local time, Monday through Friday
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Office Depot and OfficeMax$15
  • Order before 2 p.m.
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Sam’s ClubFrom $8.99 on orders of $35 or more
  • It uses Instacart
  • Same-day delivery is free for Instacart Express members
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Staples$9.99
  • Available Monday through Friday
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TargetFrom $9.99
  • It uses Shipt
  • Same-day delivery is free for Shipt members
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WalmartFrom $7.95 — though it can vary by location
  • $100 money-back guarantee
  • Select Express at checkout to receive your order in less than 2 hours
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Whole FoodsFree for Prime members
  • Available by invitation only because it’s still in a testing phase — go to amazon.com/wholefoods to check for eligibility
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If the retailer you want to order from doesn’t offer same-day delivery, check to see whether curbside or in-store pickup is available. Many retailers are offering this for free during the pandemic.

Same-day flower delivery

Need to send a fresh bouquet before the day is over? These sites can help you out:

  • Floom. It’s our favorite option, because it delivers bouquets straight from your neighborhood florist.
  • 1-800-Flowers. For same-day delivery, you need to order by 2:30 p.m. Monday to Friday, 1 p.m. on Saturdays and 11:30 a.m. on Sundays.
  • FromYouFlowers.com. Place an order by 3 p.m. in your recipient’s time zone for same-day delivery.
  • FTD. Send your order by 2 p.m. in the recipient’s time zone Monday through Friday, and by 1 p.m. on weekends for same-day delivery.
  • Teleflora. Order by 3 p.m. in your recipient’s time zone Monday through Friday, and by noon on weekends for same-day delivery.

Same-day delivery from third-party services

Even if the store you want to order from doesn’t offer same-day delivery, you might be able to get your hands on the stuff you need by ordering through an app.

  • Dolly. This app is specifically for furniture deliveries. Get that couch, TV or other household item delivered on the same day.
  • Favor. Get food, groceries and alcohol delivered straight to your house, ASAP.
  • Instacart. Same-day groceries, with delivery windows from 9 a.m. to midnight.
  • FreshDirect. It offers same-day grocery delivery in select markets, and 2-hour express delivery in the NYC area.
  • Postmates. Order everything from household goods to groceries, whether you need a laptop, slippers, batteries or milk.
  • Shipt. This app is Postmates’ main competitor, with shoppers that’ll pick up anything you need from a wide variety of stores, delivering stuff to you ASAP.
  • TaskRabbit. Hire someone else to run your errands or pick up that ingredient you forgot to buy for dinner, and pay them by the hour.

Frequently asked questions

What is Barnes & Noble’s same-day delivery option?

Though some articles around the web claim that Barnes & Noble offers same-day delivery to its members, the service is discontinued. However, you can place an order with Barnes & Noble online and pick it up later that same day.

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