Tesco launches one hour express delivery service

Xavier Trudeau
Juin 26, 2017

They've launched a one hour delivery service to rival the one now on offer from Amazon, meaning you don't need to leave the flat. Today the supermarket chain has announced that whole story wasn't a phoney leak, because Tesco Now is a very real thing.

A spokesman for the delivery start-up said: 'We are proud to be partnering with Tesco to provide last-mile logistics and delivery services for Tesco Now'. As is to be expected with these sorts speedy-deliveries, this service is now only available in central London and doesn't come without a hefty cost attached.

Each delivery comes with an £8 charge, though there's no minimum spend involved.

In addition to the one hour delivery, a two hour delivery option will also be available priced at £5.99.

To place a Tesco Now order you need to download the free app from the iOS or Android store.

Tesco Now will be available to customers in some central London postcodes between 8am until 11pm on weekdays and 9am until 11pm at weekends.

So if you need something pretty sharpish, live in the right area, and can't leave the house to go to one of the several mini supermarkets near you, you have another company to give all your money to. Orders will be picked in a store and delivered to customers via moped within 60 minutes.

The items include fresh fruit and vegetables, meat, bakery goods as well as pet, baby, health and beauty products.

Adrian Letts, online managing director at Tesco, said: "Shoppers' needs are changing and we want to offer a range of services that allow them to shop with us in a way that suits their needs".

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