The most inconvenient thing about a convenience store is that you have to park your car and go in, am I right?

Now, a number of convenience stores are really living up to their label by offering free delivery on C-store-type items, such as coffee, groceries, snack foods, candy, soda, toiletries and more.

Here’s who’s playing:

 

7-Eleven is offering 30-minute deliveries for free.

The 7NOW delivery service is available in more than 200 cities and in 27 major metro areas.

If you’re one of the 23 million households served by 7NOW, use the promo code FREE4U at checkout now through May 31 to get free delivery on hundreds of 7-Eleven items, such as bread, tweezers, candy and beer.

Sadly, Slurpees aren’t included.

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Use coupon code KRAZY to get 5 lightning-fast goPuff deliveries free.

I just discovered goPuff. Although it’s not in my area, it’s in most major metropolitan areas. I was able to get a bottle of wine and some kettle corn to my mom a ridiculously speedy 13 minutes(!) after placing my order.

And although every delivery costs $1.95 no matter what, new users can use coupon code KRAZY (through 5/6) to get $5 off your first two orders. That’s $10 off, essentially the equivalent of 5 free deliveries.

Also, if you opt in for text messages, you’ll save 5% on your next order and be eligible for some freebies. The goPuff FAM membership has a 30-day free trial, which gets you free delivery every time. After the 30 days, it costs $5.00 a month — good if you use the service more than 3 times a month.

 

 

H-E-B’s Favor Express delivery can be free with promo code.

H-E-B this week unveiled a new two-hour delivery service that is sort of like the express lane at the grocery store because you have a limit of 25 items.

But for small orders of grocery essentials, the Texas-based chain’s quick-turnaround delivery service is pretty handy. It’s not free, though; although there’s no subscription fee or minimum order amount, every delivery costs $9.95.

Knock that out with a coupon code for H-E-B that takes $10.00 off. I found the code LKLEIMAN17B13D online, which would make my delivery free. Get Favor Express delivery via favordelivery.com or with the Favor app.

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Amazon Prime Now offers free 2-hour delivery for Prime members.

Need batteries, a razor, some orange juice and a loaf of bread? Amazon Prime members in select cities can get those items (and plenty more) delivered within 2 hours with Prime Now.

This isn’t Amazon Fresh or Whole Foods grocery delivery — although Prime Now sources from both of those (plus local stores). This is the quick-delivery, convenience option.

Spend at least $35 to get free 2-hour delivery (otherwise the price is $5 per delivery). If you’re especially in a hurry, one-hour delivery costs $10. We wrote about Prime Now a few years back.

Use the promo code 10PRIMENOW for $10 off your first order.

NOTE: Due to high demand, Amazon is currently waitlisting new Prime Now shoppers.

Get the Prime Now app for iOS
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Get free Circle K, AmPm delivery through DoorDash.

Circle K and AmPm are two of the biggest convenience stores in the country, and while they don’t have their own delivery solutions, they’ve partnered with DoorDash to have candy, salty snacks, beverages, sandwiches, USB cables and batteries delivered to homes.

Get free DoorDash delivery using the various DoorDash discounts available.

 

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