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Waitr Offering Free Grocery Delivery in Baton Rouge in Preparation for Tropical Storm Sally


Baton Rouge, LA – With a second major storm in just over two weeks heading toward Louisiana – this one closer to the Baton Rouge area in its projected path -- Waitr is offering free grocery delivery to anyone in the Baton Rouge area unable to get to their area grocery or just wanting to stay at home before the storm hits. In addition, you can now get alcohol delivered with your groceries, a service just added days ago.

Where to order

Customers can get grocery essentials and other favorites delivered through the Waitr app or at waitrapp.com, and search for GROCERY.

What you can order

Basic items such as toilet paper, cleaning supplies and personal care products can be ordered, as well as freshly stocked meat and produce. Special requests can also be added through the app. Waitr is providing personal shoppers and delivery drivers to help fulfill grocery orders. For the new alcohol service, the purchase must be accompanied by a food order. Once your order is delivered, the driver will verify that you are at least 21 years of age by requesting to see your identification. The name on the order must match your identification.

Current Promo

Effective immediately, those using the app for grocery delivery this week can get them delivered free by using the promo code “GROCERY” at checkout.

Contactless delivery

Waitr allows those at home to use the app to have grocery essentials delivered directly to their doors. The company is also offering a no-contact delivery option for groceries, just like they do with restaurant deliveries – allowing for distancing between customers and delivery drivers.

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14 Sep 2020


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