7-Eleven Begins Beer Delivery

Service added to 7Now app in 18 markets
Photographs courtesy of 7-Eleven Inc.

IRVING, Texas — 7-Eleven Inc. has established beer delivery service in 18 markets across the United States.

The convenience-store retailer has added The Beer Necessities section to its 7Now delivery app, which launched in August 2018.

The Beer Necessities page offers dozens of beers, cups and even pingpong balls available for delivery.

The service is available to legal-drinking-aged residents in 18 markets, including New York; Los Angeles; Miami; San Francisco; Dallas and Austin, Texas; Seattle; Chicago; and Charlotte, N.C., delivering cold beer to customers' front doors.

7-eleven beer delivery door

The beer selection includes traditional beers, imports, craft beers and ciders, depending on the market. In Chicago, for example, customers can order Dos Equis, Modelo, Corona, Coors Light, Bud Light, Heineken, Budweiser, Angry Orchard, Stella Artois, Sierra Nevada, New Belgium Voodoo Ranger, Bell's Two Hearted Ale, Miller Light, Blue Moon, Olde English 800, Yuengling and more.

To promote the new service, 7-Eleven will waive the delivery fee for orders delivered May 5, Cinco de Mayo.

The 7Now delivery app is available from Google Play or the Apple App Store.

Based in Irving, Texas, 7-Eleven Inc. operates, franchises or licenses more than 67,000 stores in 17 countries, including 11,800 in North America. It is No. 1 in the Top 40 update to CSP’s 2018 Top 202 ranking of c-store chains by number of company-owned retail outlets.

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