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Get 2 Free Months of Instacart Express with a Mastercard

If you’re someone who prefers to order grocery delivery, you’re likely familiar with the various delivery and services fees many companies charge. The price you pay for convenience can add up, but there’s a new money-saving promotion that can help you buy groceries at lower fees.

Mastercard and Instacart are running a limited-time promotion where cardholders can qualify for two free months of Instacart Express membership upon sign-up now through March 31, 2021. This perk is valued at approximately $20 since Instacart Express costs $9.99 per month.

With Instacart Express, you can benefit from faster delivery, no delivery fees on orders over $35, reduced service fees and more.

You can qualify for this offer if you currently don’t have an active Instacart Express membership and haven’t claimed this offer previously. In order to get two months free, you must add your Mastercard as the payment method. Any U.S.-issued Mastercard that

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Instacart announces Senior Support Service to help older customers do their grocery shopping online

Seniors are getting a little help with their online supermarket sweeps.

Grocery delivery service Instacart announced Wednesday its new Senior Support Service hotline aimed at helping customers over the age of 60 order food more seamlessly — and safely — online during the pandemic. 

Instacart launched a program to make it easier for seniors to shop online. (iStock).

Grandparent-aged consumers can call up Instacart’s Senior Support service number (1-844-981-3433) daily between 8 a.m. and 11 p.m. to get help onboarding their digital grocery store cart. Instacart says the company has recruited more than 60,000 seniors to order grocery delivery in the past month, showing that demand continues to climb during the pandemic.

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Instacart’s Senior Support

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Mastercard, Instacart Team On Delivery Benefits

Shoppers who use a U.S.-issued Mastercard to pay for groceries delivered by Instacart are being offered a way to save money, the New York-based global financial services corporation said in an announcement.

Starting Thursday (Oct. 1) through March 31, Mastercard cardholders without an Instacart Express membership are eligible to receive two months free when they sign up for an annual membership for $99. A Mastercard is required as the default payment method. The feature is also available for debit, small business and prepaid card users, according to the announcement.

An Instacart Express membership provides customers with unlimited free delivery on all orders of $35 or more, as well as a reduced service fee.

“One thing is certain — consumers will continue to seek out digitally-driven experiences regardless of what the future holds,” said Jess Turner, executive vice president of Mastercard’s North America products

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