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Summer DoorDash grocery deals are back

Dollar General, Aldi, Walgreens, and others offer big discounts in June and July

DoorDash released its Summer of DashPass weekly deals on Monday, featuring discounts from restaurants and grocery stores for members of its DashPass premium service. 

“This year, we have more than 100,000 deals at small and medium-sized businesses exclusively for Summer of DashPass, representing a significantly higher proportion of local offers than ever before,” DoorDash said in a press release. 

DashPass subscriptions cost $9.99 per month and entitle users to free delivery for purchases over $12.

The first week of deals runs from June 20-26 and includes $8 off orders of more than $25 for new consumers and $8 off orders of more than $30 for existing Dollar General customers. The week also includes deals for Chipotle and Wingstop orders. 

The Summer of DashPass grocery deals also include: 

  • June 27-3: 50% off Aldi orders of more than $50 (max $30) for new consumers and 40% off orders over $60 (max $30) for existing consumers. The week also features deals from Burger King, Lowe’s, and for alcohol purchases of more than $35.
  • July 4-9: 30% off CVS orders of more than $30. The week also includes deals for orders from Wendy’s, Popeyes, and The Cheesecake Factory. 
  • July 11-17: $8 off 7-Eleven orders of more than $25. The week also includes deals from Chipotle, Starbucks, and Shake Shack.
  • July 18-24: 40% off Food Lion and Stop & Shop orders of $45 or more (max $20) for new consumers and 30% off orders of $50 or more (max $20) for existing consumers. Deals that week also include various ice cream products, Taco Bell, Sweetgarden, Petsmart, and Ulta. 

The delivery company also is entering every Summer of DashPass purchase into a sweepstakes to win prizes each week such as concert and sporting event tickets, vacations, and free gas and groceries for a year. 


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