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One of the best perks of living in the present is that alcohol can be delivered straight to your doorstep. All it takes is a flash of your ID when the delivery person arrives and then you’re ready to knock off the edge with happy hour. But who can you turn to for alcohol deliveries?
Postmates delivers booze to your door just as they do food in some cities. Download the app to get started.
Doordash also delivers alcohol in some cities. Check out the app to see if yours is one of them.
Drizly delivers beer, wine and liquor in under 60 minutes. This service is alcohol-specific, so they have lots of options.
Saucey promises to get an adult beverage to you within only 30 minutes. Check their site to find out if they’re available in your city.
You can order wine online at QVC. Plus, you can turn on auto-delivery to have wine sent to you on a schedule that you pick, whether that’s monthly or otherwise.
Cellars Wine Club
You can also sign up for a wine club. Cellars Wine Club offers one-time, monthly or quarterly deliveries, plus you can quit at any time as long as you tell them by the 7th of the month.
Craft Beer Club
If you’re more of a beer drinker, sign up for a craft beer club. This one offers monthly, every-other-month or quarterly deliveries.
Winc tailors four wine bottles to your preferences every month so that you have the perfect bottle ready to go every week. Don’t worry: You can skip a month or cancel anytime.
Save up to 60% on your wine by ordering from Nakedwines.com. On the site, you can purchase wines from independent winemakers, supporting their small businesses and saving you money.
Amazon Fresh delivers groceries to your door, including alcohol. It doesn’t get easier than that!
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