Hawaii Grocery Delivery

Hawaii Grocery Delivery Comes to Kauai, Maui and Honolulu

A leading same-day delivery service from the mainland has just expanded its Hawaii grocery delivery, bringing it to Kauai for the very first time, and increasing same day service in Honolulu and on Maui. The company claims groceries can be delivered to your door in as little as one hour. If you’re visiting the islands, here’s a new way to save time to explore more of the best beaches in Hawaii beaches, like the one pictured here, with less time spent shopping for food.

Hawaii grocery delivery company Shipt’s CEO Kelly Caruso said, “Times Supermarkets has been a staple of convenience for Hawaiian residents and visitors since it opened 70 years ago. Partnering with Times gives us the opportunity to provide an additional layer of ease by bringing local produce, locally made products, and prepared foods to members in Hawaii.”

Shipt, which has been in business for five years, is a subsidiary of Target, and offers members online browsing, searching and shopping. Options include saving preferences, choosing a delivery window, and paying, all within their app. Shipt shoppers select, package and deliver your order.

A discounted annual membership of $49 instead of $99 is currently available, and provides unlimited free delivery on orders of $35 and over.

Shipt Hawaii

Chris Borden of Times said, “we are proud of our strong legacy in Hawaii and committed to providing our customers across the state with a convenient shopping experience. Same-day delivery via Shipt enables our customers to access our wide assortment of products with the press of a button, from a number of Times’ locations.’

Shipt is currently available in more than 5,000 cities in the US.

Have you tried Shipt? If so, let us know what you think. We plan to give it a go ourselves.

2 thoughts on “Hawaii Grocery Delivery Comes to Kauai, Maui and Honolulu”

  1. Very interesting. We have one Times Supermarket in my neighborhood on Maui, but they have never touted a delivery service. I live within walking distance, so it’s not a big issue, but for occasional use, possibly.

  2. Wonder if they’ll deliver to my third floor condo in Kapaa ?! The one with no elevator !

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