We got really excited when we learned that food-delivery service DoorDash branched out to deliver convenience store goodies from Walgreens and CVS.

Now they’re taking things a step further with the creation of DashMart — a virtual convenience store.

This follows exciting developments like 7NOW and Uber Eats grocery delivery. It’s getting easier every day to get stuff delivered.

Here’s what you need to know:

 

DashMart has a variety of snacks, groceries, and more from restaurants.

DoorDash has hand-picked the products available in DashMart, which they’ve sourced from their partner restaurants.

In their DashMart announcement, DoorDash said customers can expect to find “thousands of convenience, grocery, and restaurant items, from ice cream and chips, to cough medicine and dog food, to spice rubs and packaged desserts.”

 

Items are stored in DoorDash-owned warehouses.

DoorDash is storing their curated convenience store offerings in DashMart warehouses that aren’t accessible to the public. Instead, Dashers (delivery drivers) will pick up orders from these warehouses just like they would at any restaurant or partner store.

 

Eight cities have started using DashMart, with plans for more in the coming months.

The new convenience store delivery is available in Chicago, Minneapolis, Columbus, Cincinnati, Dallas, Salt Lake City, Phoenix, and Redwood City (Calif.).

Future cities for DashMart include San Diego, Baltimore, Denver, Sacramento, and Concord (Calif.).

 

If your city doesn’t have DashMart, you can still get convenience store items delivered.

You’ll want to check your DoorDash app to see which stores are included in your area, but DoorDash lets customers order from convenience stores such as 7-Eleven, CVS, Walgreens, Wawa, and Circle K.

 

 

Make sure you’re taking advantage of DoorDash coupons/savings.

One of our favorite ways to save money on DoorDash is to recommend you sign up for the free month trial of DashPass — DoorDash’s unlimited delivery subscription.

Check out our other DoorDash coupons and learn how to use them.

 

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