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Select Instacart Accounts: 1-Year Instacart+ Membership

$19
$99.00
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Instacart is offering Select Instacart Accounts (free to join): 1-Year Instacart+ Membership for $19.

Thanks to community member ishmane4 for finding this deal.

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Membership Benefits:
  • $0 Delivery Fee on orders over $35
  • 5% Credit Back on eligible pickup orders
  • Lower Service Fees on all orders

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  • If available then this offer will save you 80% off the regular $99 annual Instacart+ fee.
  • See the forum thread for community discussion.
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If you are not an Instacart+ member, check your Instacart app for an offer. My offer was 1 year of Instacart+ for $19

https://www.instacart.com/store/s..._menu_item
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Created 11-21-2023 at 12:39 PM by ishmane4
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The upcharges are actually set by the store.... around me for example Food Lion does not upcharge at all from in-store pricing, while Publix upcharges a CRAZY amount (and most other chains are somewhere in between)

You can check if a given store upcharges or not this way-

So Food Lion for example says
"Food Lion sets the price of items on the Instacart marketplace. Item prices for this retailer reflect the average in-store prices in your area"

While Publix says
"Publix sets item prices on this platform. Publix delivery, curbside pickup, Publix Liquors, and Publix Quick Picks item prices are higher than item prices in physical store locations. "

How to check-
I also have this deal, but I don't think its worth it
i often get $40 off $80 coupon, but can't find anything worth buying. Prices are inflated, and when including their fees, would cost more than buying directly from stores

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