Ardmore residents who are craving a Shorti but do not feel like going out are in luck, as the new partnership between Wawa and GrubHub will get the hoagie and more delivered right to their door, writes Patricia Madej for PhillyVoice.
The Delco-based C-store chain and the food delivery service have teamed up to ensure that hungry customers can get some of the staple foods that Wawa is famous for, without leaving the comfort of their homes. For now, only four locations are part of the deal, including the store at 195 West Lancaster Avenue in Ardmore.
The partnership was announced by Wawa on its Twitter account last Friday, and comes a month after Wawa released its mobile ordering app. The company also said more stores will be added over time.
While GrubHub will be offering a limited menu, the online options still show a sizable number of choices, including Wawa’s Gobbler sandwiches, Jacks Link’s beef jerkey, and Wawa brownies. Customers can also order grocery items like a carton of eggs, a pack of gum, and other staples.
The minimum order is $10, with GrubHub’s delivery fee adding $1.99. The service will run until 11 PM.
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