Dunkin’ delivers during pandemic - from more locations

Dan Berthiaume
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Dunkin' delivery

A leading coffee retailer is adding stores to its on-demand delivery program and temporarily making some deliveries free. 

Dunkin’ is expanding an existing partnership with on-demand delivery platform Grubhub with more than 1,300 stores across the country. This will make Grubhub delivery available at more than 4,000 Dunkin’ stores nationwide by Thursday, April 16. 

In addition, the retailer is offering free Grubhub delivery on orders of $10 or more at select locations through Sunday, April 19, Dunkin' will offer free delivery on Grubhub orders of $10 or more at select locations. To place a Dunkin' order for delivery, customers can open the Grubhub mobile app or website, select their order and then checkout. To avoid face-to-face interaction with their driver, guests can choose contact-free delivery at checkout.

New cities where Dunkin' will offer delivery at participating locations include in Atlanta, Cleveland, Houston, Jacksonville, Las Vegas, Milwaukee, Pittsburgh, and Savannah, Ga. This is in addition to the cities where the service is already available, including Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, Philadelphia, and Washington D.C., and surrounding areas. 

"Making sure our guests can continue to enjoy their Dunkin' favorites even when they are at home is one way we hope to provide a sense of normalcy and comfort amidst so much change," said Brandy Blackwell, director of new business, delivery & catering, for Dunkin' U.S. "We want our guests to know that we've got their backs and will continue looking for ways to make our products even more convenient and accessible to them during this uncertain time."

Most Dunkin' stores across the country remain open. Dunkin' is currently limiting service to drive-thru, carry-out, and curbside pick-up at select locations, in addition to delivery.