According to the convenience store chain, the delivery app offers over 900 products that can arrive at a customer’s doorstep “in about 30 minutes”. Orders also earn loyalty points and entry into “exclusive” contests.”
“Neighbourhood 7-Eleven stores are making it easier than ever to curb those Slurpee drink cravings, grab a meal and gather groceries with quick, reliable delivery right to your doorstep,” said Norman Hower, 7-Eleven Canada Vice President and General Manager, in a statement to iPhone in Canada.
Update June 17: 7-Eleven reached out to clarify it has not hired its own drivers, but rather is still relying on drivers from delivery partners.
The 7NOW app says you can get a free medium Slurpee and delivery on your first three orders, for a limited time. Although no minimum orders are required, the company says a $2 basket fee may apply if a $19 order is not met. Delivery is a flat fee, says the company.
Payments accepted are all digital, including Apple Pay, Credit Card, Debit Card. Major Credit Cards: Visa, American Express, MasterCard, and Discover.
7-Eleven says its 7NOW delivery service is available in Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Regina, Saskatoon, and Winnipeg. Orders can be tracked and notifications will be sent.