I recently had the opportunity to try Google Express, a new everyday essentials delivery service — and I LOVE it! It’s so convenient that I gifted myself a full membership so I can replace a good portion of my regular, repeated grocery trips with the service.
You can read all about my Google Express experience here (and see a few gratuitous photos from our beach vacation :).
Google Express gave me a couple of special promo codes to share, and I can’t believe that I forgot to cross-post them over here until now… But the good news is you still have a couple of days to take advantage of them — so get shopping! With these codes you can score a
FREE 6-month Google Express membership (the 6-month offer is expired, but you can still get a FREE 3-month Google Express membership!), as well as $15 off your first Google Express order.
Since most stores have a minimum order of $15, this means you can try the service for the first time with a small or large order for TOTALLY FREE!
1) Right now, you can get a
FREE 6-month Google Express membership with the promo code FREETIME FREE 3-month Google Express membership, no code necessary. Just click “TRY IT FREE” and redeem your free membership.
2) AND you can also get $15 off your first Google Express order when you use the promo code DCJWDH2R5 at checkout.
Shop stores like Costco, Target, Walgreens, Whole Foods and many more right from your comfy couch, and have your items delivered to your doorstep as quickly as the very same day!
Give $15, Get $15: Offer may end at any time/valid until 08/31/2016 while your account is active. Limited to Google Express accounts that received the offer from Google. Each valid referral gets you a $15 courtesy credit when the new users you referred place their first order using your referral code. Alcohol, gift cards, membership costs, and shipping & service fees excluded. Credits you give are subject to these terms. Credits you get are subject to these terms.*
Not valid for my area
:( Hopefully soon, Deanna! My mom was disappointed because it’s not available for her yet, either.
I tried to do this several times, got the point to submit by order and it kept giving me the message to “go back and check my cart as pricing options may have changed”…couldn’t figure out what that meant. Does that mean it isn’t available in my area?
Hmm, I haven’t experienced that. What store were you trying to order from? Some stores have a higher free shipping threshold than $15.
I was ordered from Costco. I got a response from the App about my issue, and they listed several different things to try to make the order go through, most of them I had already done. Should I really have to jump through all these hoops to make the order work? Seems like that should be taken care of on their end.