TESCO is rolling out its same-day delivery service opposite the UK.
The UK’s biggest supermarket already offers same-day deliveries to shoppers in London and the South East but it will shortly be accessible national by the finish of August.
It means that shoppers who place deliveries by 1pm can have their orders delivered between 7pm and 11pm that evening.
Around 99 per cent of homes opposite the UK will be means to get same-day deliveries, Tesco said.
It costs between £3 and £8 per sequence but business with a Delivery Saver pass can try out the service for free.
You can get a free Delivery Saver one-month trial, which give you entrance to free mid-week or weekend deliveries from Tesco from £8 a month, at the moment.
Before the 30 days are up, you’ll need to cancel – differently you’ll start getting charged.
Those who live outward the collateral won’t be means to sequence for a same-day delivery on Sundays.
Adrian Letts, handling executive of Tesco Online said: “Customers tell us they like getting their selling delivered fast and conveniently, and with the same day delivery service they can now sequence by lunch to get their selling delivered for their dusk meal.”
In May, the supermarket angry shoppers by upping the cost of its delivery subscription by £1 a month.
Earlier this year, Tesco extended its same day click and collect service – permitting business to pick-up selling from some-more than 300 locations opposite the country.
Tesco also offers a one-hour and two-hour delivery service for business in Central London.
Delivery costs £7.99 and there is no smallest spend to place an order.
The tradesman has launched the new service to plea Amazon’s Prime Now service which offers one-hour delivery in comparison postcodes, including London, Newcastle and Birmingham, for £6.99.
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