Everywhere You Can Get Cheap Alcohol Delivery Right Now
Proper social distancing requires a steady stream of alcohol deliveries. These options will save you money.
Now that you're practicing good social distancing, you're likely finding yourself at home a lot more than usual -- dare we say more than you'd like. And even though your favorite bars and restaurants are closing out of precaution, there's a good chance your desire for a cold beer or the perfect old fashioned hasn't abated even a little. But there's hope.
Delivery services -- specifically, their vast delivery fleets -- are making the situation a lot easier by bringing hot pizzas, groceries, and the oh-so-necessary bourbon up to your door. Though, if you're like me, you're more familiar with the best restaurants with delivery in the neighborhood than you are with how you get a nice bottle of gin brought to the door.
Fortunately, we can help rectify that. Many services are offering discounts and free alcohol delivery right now. Here are all the places where you can get a deal on that booze re-stock. Just be sure to tip generously, because it's not easy to be out there doing deliveries right now.
Deals on Alcohol DeliveryDrizly
The deal: Take $5 off an order or get free delivery when you use the code "VDAY2021." Unfortunately, you'll have to be a new customer, and you're not able to use that code in Connecticut, Hawaii, Missouri, or Ohio.
When: February 7-14
The deal: Take 35% off everything on the wine flingers' site. Use the code "GROUNDHOG21."
When: February 1-2
The deal: Get 30% off wines across the site with the code "VDAY30."
When: Through February 14
Martha Stewart Wine Co.
The deal: Take 30% off an order of wine with the code "VALENWINE30."
When: Through February 14
The deal: Take $5 off an order or get free delivery when you use the code "VDAY2021." Unfortunately, you're not able to use that code in Connecticut, Hawaii, Missouri, or Ohio.
When: February 7-14
The deal: The pasta chain is now offering alcohol delivery with $15 bottles of wine, $10 six-packs, and $3 White Claws. You have to order food to get alcohol, and the deal is only available where local laws permit.
The deal: As long as you place an order for at least $10 through the convenience store delivery app, you'll get $5 off your first two orders. (Though, it's worth noting that discounts on alcohol and the availability of alcohol can change some from state to state.) Just use the code "restock10."
The deal: The spirits subscription service is lifting its waitlist so anyone can now join. It's all still offering free monthly shipping and has opened its "spirits school" streams to non-members.
The deal: The LA-based wine company is offering free delivery whether you order online or use its text-to-order service in Los Angeles county.
The deal: The wine delivery service is now sending wine out in 38 states. Delivery is free, and you can get 10% off an order of at least $100 or 25% off an order of at least $200.
The deal: Get free shipping on an order of 12 or more bottles. That's in addition to the discounted prices you're already getting.
The deal: Everyone gets 20% off orders with the code "FNF" online, and there's also free shipping on any order over $50.
Big Cork Vineyards
The deal: Order at least six bottles of wine and you'll get free shipping. Plus, the winery is hosting tasting experiences on Zoom if you're looking for something to do while you nurse that glass of wine. They're happening every Wednesday at 7:30pm ET.
Besa mi Vino
The deal: Take 20% off any order of the canned wine with the code "BESAFRIENDS."
The deal: Get 50% off spring wines and free shipping on online orders over $150.
The deal: Free delivery is available, and you can get champagne and wine with your order.
The deal: It's not delivery, but Smashburger has an impressive pickup offer. You can get $2 beers for takeout in Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Illinois, Kentucky, Minnesota, New York, Oklahoma, Texas, and Virginia.
BOMANI Cold Buzz
The deal: The hard coffee brand is offering $3 off shipping when you order six cases or 50% off shipping when you order 12 cases.
Regatta Craft Mixers
The deal: Get free shipping and feel good about it. Regatta will donate 15% of all online orders to the USBG Bartender Emergency Relief Program.
The Vice Wine
The deal: Grab a "Napa Delivered" case of 12 wines that give a taste of what the region has to offer. The full case costs $300 and comes with free shipping.
Local Deals on Alcohol DeliveryAcker Wines - New York City, New York
The deal: Get free wine delivery in Manhattan and the Hamptons.
Cellador Ales - Los Angeles, California
The deal: You can, of course, get a to-go order, but you can also get free delivery within 20 miles on an order over $75.
Modist Brewing - Minneapolis, Minnesota
The deal: The North Loop brewery is launching local delivery on Friday, March 26.
Ogopogo Brewing - San Gabriel, California
The deal: The taproom is fulfilling to-go orders, but you can also get free delivery within 15 miles of the taproom when you order via its website.
TapRm - New York City, New York
The deal: The minimum order for free shipping has been reduced from $50 to $25. It's also offering contactless delivery.
Thorn Brewing - San Diego, California
The deal: The brewery is offering delivery. Place orders via email, pay with credit card only over the phone, and get delicious beer on your doorstep. All the details are in this Instagram post.
More Alcohol Delivery Deals?Did we miss some offers? Let us know about them at firstname.lastname@example.org with "Alcohol Delivery Deals" in the subject line, and we might include it here.
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