7-Eleven now making deliveries to public places

The consolation retailer 7-Eleven launched it’s now making deliveries to public places by the use of its app for every time you’re in an unconventional place nonetheless need a snack.

The chain launched the service Monday that allows app prospects to search for “hot spots” with distinctive addresses like park benches, memorials, seashores, and landmarks by the use of the 7NOW provide the app. The Associated Press reported there have been better than 2,000 of the spots activated on Monday.

7-Eleven now making deliveries to public places

When using the app, prospects can enter a precise sort out or search on an interactive map for “7NOW Pins,” marking shut by scorching spots. 7-Eleven is partnering with Postmates for the service.

In Philadelphia, “7NOW Pins” embody Cherry Street Pier, Matthias Baldwin Park in Fairmount, Drexel Recreation Center and Gym, Geasey Field East shut to Temple, and the Fairmount Park Tennis Courts shut to Ridge Avenue.

There’s no minimal order to use the availability service. The retailer bills a flat provide a fee of $3.99 per order, plus and for orders under $15, there is an additional $1.99 price. 7-Eleven says the standard wait time for deliveries is 30 minutes.

The AP reported 7-Eleven believes it lastly may be ready to ship to 200,000 areas.

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