Same day delivery for Tesco goes UK wide and begins free of charge.

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The next step of exploding home delivery evolution began this week as Britain’s biggest grocer, Tesco, announced same-day from over 300 stores UK-wide. This brings Tesco same-day  first to market, ahead of AmazonFresh.

Adrian Letts, MD of Tesco Online, said:

Customers tell us they like getting their shopping delivered quickly and conveniently, and with our same day delivery service they can now order by lunch to get their shopping delivered for their evening meal.

Tesco launched same-day in London and the South East three years ago, UK wide same-day will cover the Shetland Islands in Scotland to Cornwall, roll-out to be completed by the end of next month.



Amazon takeover of Whole Foods last month is reported to have plans to roll-out a same day British version of AmazonFresh nationwide in the future. Like Tesco, It already offers the service in parts of London.

Tesco say customers of its same day service will be able to order by 1pm to have their shopping from 7pm onwards; a seven day week service. The service is priced between £3 and £9, but is being offered free for a limited period for members of its delivery saver service.

Last modified on Friday, 28 July 2017 19:19