Just in case you needed another reason to love Aldi. 

By Corey Williams
September 25, 2018
Photo: Zee Krstic.

Aldi recently announced its partnership its partnership with Instacart--meaning customers around the country will soon have a delivery option.

Shopping on Instacart is as easy as clicking a few buttons: Simply fill your virtual cart with items you’d like to purchase before choosing a convenient delivery time.

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"From their unique assortment of goods to their low price commitment and high standards, the ALDI and Instacart partnership aligns on delivering excellent value and convenience to consumers," Apoorva Mehta, CEO of Instacart, said in the announcement. "There's a clear demand for quality grocery delivery, and ALDI and Instacart are working together to meet it."

If quick and convenient delivery isn’t enough for you, first-time customers can receive $20 off their first order by using the code ALDIDELIVERY during checkout.

Aldi is slowly ramping up its investment in grocery delivery and pickup amid fierce competition from Walmart, Kroger, and Amazon for consumers' online grocery purchases.

Walmart plans to offer grocery delivery from more than 800 stores by the end of the year, and it offers curbside pickup at more than 1,500 locations.

Aldi is joining a growing list of competitors in the grocery delivery game: Kroger is delivering groceries from nearly 900 stores, Walmart plans to offer grocery delivery from more than 800 stores by the end of the year and Amazon is in the process of rolling out grocery delivery from Whole Foods stores around the U.S.

Aldi delivery is expected to be available in 5,000 zip codes in time for Thanksgiving shopping.