Shipt and Mastercard Team Up to Provide Consumers a Delivery Promotion
As e-commerce continues to fuel retail sales, more people than ever are expected to stay digital and shop online through the holidays. To help deliver even more convenience, leading same-day delivery marketplace Shipt is launching a new holiday promotion with Mastercard that helps consumers save on at-home delivery during a busy digital shopping season. Beginning now through December 15, anyone who pays for a pack of Shipt Passes with their Mastercard will receive an extra pass for free.
Earlier this year, Shipt began offering customers the ability to pay per order by purchasing Shipt Passes, allowing more flexibility than the annual membership plan and the opportunity to save up to 20 percent when purchasing multiple passes in a pack. During this limited time, customers who purchase a pack of three or five Shipt Passes using their Mastercard will also get an extra Shipt Pass for free delivery.
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“Whether you need help getting groceries delivered for a big holiday meal or securing all your gifts for loved ones, Shipt Passes will have you covered,” said Rina Hurst, Shipt’s Chief Business Strategy Officer. “This is a holiday season like none other, and our partnership with Mastercard makes it even more affordable for consumers to let Shipt take care of shopping the aisles – so they can focus on the more important things.”
Shipt has experienced fast-paced growth over the last six months, including expanding its multi-vertical retailer footprint and growing its customer base. Today, Shipt delivers from nearly 120 retailers across the United States, including partners Target, Petco, Bed Bath & Beyond, and buybuy Baby. Shipt continues to offer Shipt Everyday, its popular $99 annual membership that offers unlimited free deliveries of orders $35 or more, but the introduction of Shipt Passes allowed new customers to shop with the same trusted service without making a long-term commitment.
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