Rite Aid and Uber Eats offer on-demand delivery
Rite Help Friday, September 24, has expanded its partnership with Uber Technologies, Inc., and now offers delivery of health, grocery and Rite Aid products through the Uber Eats platform from 2,185 Rite Aid locations across the United States in 17 states.
Users can access a full catalog of health and grocery products at their local Rite Aid store from the Uber Eats app, according to a Friday, September 24. Press release. Uber Pass and Eats Pass customers get free shipping and 5% off all orders over $ 15.
“Consumers’ buying preferences evolve, so we continue to evolve our retail business to make sure that customers can easily get what they need to keep their families happy and healthy, which they want us to know. visit in store or buy online, ”said Jim peters, COO of Rite Aid, in the joint announcement.
“By adding Uber as a delivery option, we are doubling down on an omnichannel approach that complements the busy lives of our customers,” he said. “Ensuring convenient access to the essentials of health enables us to live up to our goal of helping people achieve complete health for life. “
In addition to carpooling and its new partnership with Rite Aid, Uber also offers restaurant food, groceries, convenience products, alcohol and other products, and offers users the option to do simultaneously deliver orders from multiple stores and locations.
“Convenience is a key part of Uber’s delivery strategy, allowing us to create a seamless delivery experience by ensuring we have the essential stores and products that customers need,” said Raj beri, global head of grocery and Uber’s new verticals, in the joint announcement.
“With our partners at Rite Aid, we’re excited to make shopping for everything from cold medicine to cosmetics more ‘convenient’ than ever,” he said.
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In May, Rite Aid also announced a partnership with DoorDash for same-day delivery.
Katie Finnegan, head of customer experience and e-commerce at Rite Aid, said at the time that the company aims to extend to its customers as many delivery options as possible.
“Providing the same delivery through DoorDash gives customers the ability to purchase our full assortment of products from the comfort of their smartphone or computer, allowing them to access Rite Aid anytime and anywhere.” , she said.
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