Convenience orders let you get common convenience items, like snacks and essentials, with a faster delivery time from the stores you already shop. These deliveries can happen in as fast as 30 minutes and are often available late night.

For the best deal, we suggest keeping an order placed with a virtual convenience retailer (e.g. Kroger Delivery Now) under $35. If your order goes over $35, we recommend placing the order through your usual storefront  (e.g. Kroger).

Look for the Convenience category at the top of Instacart's website or app homepage. Stores in the Convenience category include traditional convenience stores (like 7-Eleven), pharmacy stores (like Walgreens), and convenience versions of grocery stores (i.e. Kroger, Publix, etc.) with smaller Convenience-specific product offerings. 

Fee breakdown

Convenience orders under $35 currently have a waived priority fee, except during periods of increased demand. Orders must be over $10.

Learn more about Instacart fees and taxes.