Addressing our basic needs in the time of enhanced community quarantine amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Grab has finally launched a vital update we've all been waiting for. Introducing Grabmart, an on-demand grocery delivery service that lets users shop for groceries like food, beverage, personal care, and even pet care items.
To order, select Mart on Grab's main home page and choose the Grabmart merchant nearest you. Then, browse through their list of available supplies, add your items to cart, place your order, and wait for your delivery. Since Grab's service expansion is still on beta mode, delivery time may take up to 60 to 90 minutes, depending on your order's size.
As of writing, Grabmart's beta mode only allows delivery services in select areas within Metro Manila, including Quezon City and San Juan. Operating hours depend on the Grabmart merchants, but the app begins deliveries as early as 8 a.m. until 2 a.m. While there is no minimum order indicated, a 30-peso order fee is required for orders below P1500. Maximum order is set at P3000 per basket. There's also a delivery fee charged to every transaction, which starts at P120.
Additionally, you can also place multiple orders on the app. Grabmart allows up to four (4) simultaneous bookings. Payments can be done via GrabPay and Cash on Delivery.
For more information, check out Grabmart's FAQ page here.
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