Get groceries delivered on demand from your favorite supermarkets in as little as an hour.
Shop for all your groceries online with the Instacart app and get fresh local produce, organics, meat, dairy, eggs, drinks, snacks, bulk items, baby products, fresh flowers and much more.
Instacart is the largest grocery delivery service in the country. We make deliveries in hundreds of cities like the San Francisco Bay Area, Los Angeles, Miami, New York City, Chicago, Austin, Washington D.C, Houston, Atlanta and many more. Download the app and enter your zip code to see if we're in your city.
We shop and deliver millions of items from 150+ of your favorite stores including top retailers like Publix, Costco, H-E-B, Wegmans, Smart & Final, Safeway, Stater Bros, Petco, CVS + many more local stores.
Busy moms like Kristina F. love Instacart:
"Using this app has taken the most stressful errand I have each week as a working mom of four busy children and significantly decreased my stress. The process is simple and I can easily find the sales and coupons and item choices I'm looking for without wasting money by impulse shopping. I highly recommend."
Instacart makes shopping a breeze with features like:
• Get your delivery in as fast as 1 hour
• Exclusive coupons and deals on the products you love
• Quickly find products at your favorite local stores
• Save shopping lists and reorder items from previous purchases
• View nutrition info and filter by gluten-free, organic or vegan diets
• Chat directly with your personal shopper
• Tag favorite items for easier shopping
• Use Group Carts to easily shop together with friends, family & co-workers
Delivering fresh groceries on your schedule means our app is always evolving. With this update, we've fixed a few underlying issues to give you the most seamless experience possible. Happy shopping!
Ratings and Reviews
I’ve used this app over 10 times and the last time i refused to use it again. The service has always been great, loved all the shoppers. The last time they showed me the prices of the individual items and i was okay with it, they also showed me the delivery charge, the tax, the tip, and the service charge. Everything added up and i was fine with it. Everything i put in my cart was picked up by the shopper, there were no replacements or refunds or item changes. When the order was done the item prices magically went up so my purchase was $10+ over what i was expecting. Its never done that before and i didnt order anything special. I tried to email them and asked them why the prices mysteriously went up and they said it was service charge and i tried to tell them the service charge was already added in when i agreed on the prices. Email after email was the same reply, it was a service charge. They already add some service charges into the price if the item, thats why they’re higher online than in store then they add another service charge at the end. Which again i was fine with paying but then they charged me extra when they shouldn’t have and all i was getting was robot responses saying it was a service charge. I understand there might be some higher prices in the store but that doesn’t make every item price go up $1-$2 after you agreed to pay the price they told you.
This is such a great concept. I love that it gives you all the nearby supermarkets that work with Instacart so it’s easy to compare prices. I will not give it 5 starts due to 2 things. 1. Once you’ve placed your order, you have a few minutes to add any items you forgot, as long as you do it before the person begins shopping, the problem is, there is some kind of glitch with the app because 8/10 times it will not let me add anything; I’ve only successfully been able to do it maybe once, but most times, it just wont give me the option, even if the person hasn’t started shopping. 2. There is an extra $20 that is added to your overall total in case there needs to be a replacement for a more expensive item or in case you add something else in general, if none of your items were substituted or if you didnt add any items, your bank account will reflect the actual total that was given to you at checkout. My only pet peeve about this is, they tell you about the extra $20 in super tiny letters at the very bottom of the page, it just looks like general policy writing so imagine the surprise when you sign into your bank account and see an extra $20 dollars than the one you saw at checkout. I didnt catch this at all at first so be aware, whatever your balance is, add $20; but dont let this scare you, you will most likely not need those $20 so it will be back in your bank within a few days
I don’t have a car so I use this service to save me uber trips to the store hoping that when I want my groceries, I’d be able to get them. I’m in college so I tend to be busy throughout the day and can only order the groceries at night. This happened to me twice where I’ve been waiting for the groceries to come and there’ll be no update on how soon the shopper will be. I even waited 3 hours before on my groceries to give them the benefit of the doubt to see if they would end up coming. I had to cancel then order an uber to go to the store which is very inconvenient since I already have a subscription for this app. I believe that Instacart needs to do better with workers or being more accurate on the latest time a person will be able to get groceries. I’m literally waiting on an order now so I can make dinner and it’s taking them almost 2 hours to start shopping after I put that I wanted my grocery within an hour and now I’m starving. There’s other things that people already mentioned that’s wrong with that app, such as, not receiving the right things I’ve ordered or not receiving it at all and it showing up that I never ordered it. I don’t like this because there’s no way to tell after you got your items that you got all of them unless you take a screenshot or remember it. I also don’t like that switch items that are no where near what I wanted. I also don’t like that they don’t allow you time to accept or reject the changes that a shopper makes.
- Maplebear Inc
- 90.2 MB
- Food & Drink
Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 12+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
- This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.