Aldi, the popular grocery retailer beloved for their low prices, is expanding their delivery service to Northern Illinois and Northwest Indiana. 

By Grace Elkus
March 12, 2018

 

Good news for Aldi fans in the Chicago area: You can now have your Aldi groceries delivery come in as little as an hour. The grocery store will be expanding its delivery service to residents across Chicagoland (as far west as Rockford) and Northwest Indiana.

“We are committed to saving people time and money, no matter how they shop for groceries,” Jason Hart, CEO of Aldi U.S., said in a statement. “…With nearly 200 Chicago-area stores, it only makes sense to bring online delivery to this major market.”

Chicago joins Atlanta, Dallas, and Los Angeles as cities already offering Aldi grocery delivery. The latter three were part of Aldi's pilot delivery program, the success of which spurred the decision to launch delivery in Chicago. Groceries are delivered via Instacart, an online grocery service that allows shoppers to order groceries from local stores. Though you do have to sign up for an Instacart subscription in order to receive Aldi deliveries, first-time users in the new delivery areas can use the code LOVEALDI through May 31, 2018 to receive $20 off, plus free delivery of their first order of $35 or more.

Not sure what to add to your cart first? Check out our list of 15 healthy grocery items to buy at Aldi

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