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Many major retailers are offering free or reduced shipping during coronavirus-related store closures. Whether their physical locations are shuttered or not, the act of lessening the minimum spend for free shipping helps encourage social distancing and protect elderly and vulnerable community members.
If you’re stuck at home and online shopping (and that’s a lot of us right now), you should know about these retailers currently offering free shipping.
Keep in mind: As always, things can change quickly.
PRO TIP: Check to see how you can support your favorite local boutiques, as well, as some are offering customers free shipping or in-store pickup. Shopping local in times like these is a win-win.
Stores and Retailers Doing Totally Free Shipping
1. Walgreens won’t charge to deliver online purchases and eligible prescriptions.
Walgreens recently announced they’d deliver Walgreens.com purchases free of charge, indefinitely. Shoppers don’t have a minimum purchase amount. Walgreens is also waiving delivery fees for eligible prescriptions for now.
2. REI is doing free shipping during store closures.
REI is offering free shipping on all orders as long as their 164 U.S. stores are closed. Find out more information about REI’s temporary shipping policy.
3. Sephora will ship all online purchases for free.
All U.S. Sephora stores are currently closed. They’re offering customers free shipping on all online purchases. Use code FREESHIP at checkout.
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4. Get devices from T-mobile shipped for free until May 13.
T-mobile is currently only keeping certain locations open with reduced hours. They’ll offer free two-day shipping on all devices ordered now through May 13. Any current T-Mobile and Metro by T-Mobile customers with a data plan can get unlimited data and make international calls for free until mid-May as well. You can find out more information about T-Mobile’s COVID-19 response here.
Stores and Retailers with Reduced Minimum Spends for Free Shipping
5. Get free shipping on select orders when you shop UnderArmour.com.
The athletic wear store has pledged to donate $1 million to Feed America which will help feed families during school closures and quarantines. They are also offering their customers free shipping on any online order over $60 that can be coupled with a current 25% off online promotion.
6. Shop H&M online and get free shipping on orders over $25.
All H&M brick-and-mortar stores are currently closed, and the clothing store is offering free shipping on new purchases over $25 and waiving return fees until then as well. Once they reopen, they’ll extend their in-store return policy indefinitely from that date.
7. Spend $25 to get free shipping from Old Navy, Gap, Banana Republic, and Athleta.
Gap Inc. and its sister brands — Old Navy, Banana Republic, and Athleta— are lowering their free shipping minimum to $25 (from $50) at this time. The best part? You can shop all four brands online to reach the minimum. Hill City, another Gap Inc. sister brand, is also offering free two-to-three day shipping on orders $100 or more.
8. Free shipping on orders over $35 at CVS.
CVS is currently offering free shipping on online orders over $35. Keep in mind that, due to high demand, certain products are currently out of stock on the CVS website.
Additionally, they are also offering free one-to-two day prescription delivery until May 1.