With concerns of coronavirus, people canceling trips and staying at home more than ever, using various auto-ship and delivery services can help minimize contact with germs. If you get the coronavirus and need to quarantine, using these types of services are also a great idea.
I have used all of these services to help manage a busy life and reduce time spent running errands. Seriously, coronavirus or not, these companies are services are GOLD for busy people. Automating and having things delivered can save you so much time and reduce your mental load. We never run out of household essentials because of services like the ones below. Links are affiliate links in this post.
How to Prepare for Coronavirus: The Best Delivery Services
Shipt: Shipt employees shoppers to do your shopping for you and deliver right to your door. Retailers vary based on your market, but include major grocery stores, Target and Costco. Save $50 on your annual membership, making it only $49 instead of $99, with this referral link.
ButcherBox: We recently received our first ButcherBox and OHMYWOW the meat is fantastic. ButcherBox sources pasture-raised beef, free-range organic chicken, heritage breed pork and wild-caught Alaskan sockeye salmon. Through March 29, get 2 lbs. of free ground beef for life (with every order your place). You are going to love ButcherBox’s high quality meat (plus shipping is always free).
Home Chef: Take the planning out of mealtime and order meal kits ready to prep, cook and eat. Home Chef offers meals for every diet, as well as options that are ready to go into the oven, quick prep and more challenging recipes. Use this link to get $35 off your first box, making it just $15 for two meals for two people (a total steal!). Check out this video to see what a box looks like.
Amazon Prime: Amazon Prime offers so many benefits, but my favorite is Unlimited FREE Two-Day Shipping (with no minimum order size). From clothing to food to books, you can find anything you might need on Amazon. Plus, with Amazon Prime, you also get access to tons of great shows and movies. If you don’t have Amazon Prime, get a free 30-day trial here.
Chewy: Get pet food and supplies delivered at a discount. Save 30% off on your first autoship.
Winc Wine Delivery: Get 40% off four bottles of wine, sent right to your door.
Uber Eats: Craving your favorite food, but don’t want to visit a restaurant? Use Uber Eats! Simply download the app to your phone, enter your address and discover all your favorite restaurants that deliver right to you. Get $7 off your first Uber Eats order with the code eats-jessicat1466.
Whether you are just minimizing where you go or your are quarantined because of coronavirus, this list should help you prepare to have all your needs met without having to enter a single store!
More Helpful Posts
I’ve written several other posts that might be helpful during this time.
Online Learning & Craft Kits for Kids at Home: This post is full of tons of free and affordable resources to educate and entertain your kids while schools are shut down.
Hand Sanitizer + Free Cleaning, Beauty or Baby Products: Check out this offer from Grove Collaborative to get $30 in free products with any order of $20 or more. With everything from paper towel to vitamins to hand sanitizer, you can get it all from Grove.
Free Kindle Unlimited: Amazon has extended its free offer for Kindle Unlimited. Especially perfect if you are homebound now, especially because they have so many books for kids and adults.
$35 off Home Chef: Get fresh ingredients to make amazing meals at home. Your first box is $35 off, making it as low as $14.80. We have used this service since November and it is awesome.
Read Your Books Challenge: With libraries across America closing or already closed, this is the perfect opportunity to join the #ReadYourBooks challenge and read more of the books you already own. Get the details + free printables here.
21 Rainy Day Activities: This post has been getting lots of traffic and is full of fun ideas.
Activities to Do With Kids on School Break: Most of these are still applicable, even if you are staying home.