Kiplinger’s Personal Finance: Deals on food delivery

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You may have developed a habit of ordering in while sheltering in place, or you may have grown accustomed to having your groceries delivered to your front door.Nearly one-third of U.S. households shopped for groceries online in March, for instance.Usually, those conveniences come at a premium, but you can find some great deals to help feed your food-delivery hankerings.

Free grocery deliveries: Amazon Fresh grocery delivery is free for Prime members.Don’t mind buying in bulk? Boxed, a delivery service that sells foods, wine and household products, offers free delivery and no membership fees on all orders greater than $79.Credit card perks: With some Chase cards, such as Chase Sapphire Reserve and Chase Freedom, cardholders are eligible for $60 in annual credits for food-delivery service DoorDash, as well as a free DoorDash Plus membership, which features free delivery from select restaurants.Amex Gold cardholders receive up to $120 in annual dining credits at food-delivery services Grubhub and Seamless.

If you’re partial to Uber Eats, Uber Visa cardholders earn 5% cash back on all orders through the app, as well as 3% cash back on restaurant purchases.Deals on prepared meals: Meal kits such as Blue Apron and Hello Fresh …

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