Calgary just got a new liquor and grocery delivery service, Deliverr.ca.
Launching quietly on August 1, residents of Calgary that use Deliverr can now order liquor, groceries, takeout straight to their door in as little as 45 minutes.
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This service hails from Regina, YYC is the second city this Canadian on-demand service has launched in.
Folks can order through Deliverr’s mobile app on a tablet or computer too, then personal shoppers handpick your goods and deliver items.
Deliverr users can order grub and drink from “any local store and restaurant” – not just ones the company has partnerships with.
Delivery fees start at $4.99, but that’s a small price to pay for the luxury of not getting out of your pajamas to run errands, right?