Drizly: Alcohol Delivery
By Drizly Inc.
This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.
Shop multiple local stores all at once for the biggest selection of beer, wine and liquor online. Compare prices instead of being locked into one non-negotiable cost. Snag exactly what you want and get your drinks delivered or skip the line with in-store pickup.
You can have everything else in your life at the touch of a button (hellooooo, food delivery), so why walk into the store to shop for beer, wine and liquor? And then settle for whatever they have and pay whatever they say? Drizly gives you options.
+ Largest Selection: See thousands of beers, wines and liquors by shopping multiple stores at once.
+ Price Comparison: Finally know exactly which stores in your area have the best prices.
+ Delivery: Need it now? No problem. Where available, the store will deliver the goods within an hour.
+ In-Store Pickup (select markets): Choose free pickup to skip the line and just grab and go.
+ Shipping: Not in a Drizly city? We offer 2-3 day shipping ANYWHERE in the states of California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Illinois, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Oregon and Washington.
+ Easy Payment: Conveniently pay with your credit card in the app and show ID upon delivery or pickup.
+ Top Shelf Service: Our outstanding customer support team is always ready to help out if you run into any issues.
THE LARGEST LIQUOR STORE IS NOW IN YOUR POCKET
At Drizly, we work with local stores around the country to make shopping for alcohol way easier. Go ahead. Shop for your favorite bourbon, vodka or IPA. Heck, you can even get ice. We work directly with the local stores you already know and trust and they deliver your beer, wine and liquor where and when you want it.
WHEN SHOULD YOU USE DRIZLY
When it comes to the best way to shop for alcohol, Drizly has you covered. Order your drinks online and the store brings them to your door ASAP. When might that come in handy? We can think of a few scenarios.
+ Drinks running low at your dinner party or office happy hour? The party doesn’t have to end early anymore.
+ Missed a friend’s birthday? Send a bottle. Who says no to a champagne delivery?
+ Need beer for poker night or the big game? Save yourself from running yet another errand.
+ Traveling for work? Never sink to the lows of the hotel minibar again.
+ Trying to locate that hard-to-find item? Check multiple stores without taking a step.
+ Now? Sure, why not.
Drizly is now in more than 70 cities in North America. Here goes...(deep breath)... Akron, Albany, Austin, Baltimore, Baton Rouge, Boston, Boulder, Buffalo, Chicago, Colorado Springs, Columbus, Dallas, Denver, Fort Lauderdale, Houston, Indianapolis, Jackson Hole, Jacksonville, Jersey City, Los Angeles, Louisville, Miami, Minneapolis, Nantucket, Nashville, New Haven, New Orleans, New York City, Newburyport, Norwalk, Oakland, Orange County, Orlando, Phoenix, Portland (ME), Providence, Raleigh, San Antonio, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle, St. Louis, Tampa Bay, Towson, Tucson, Washington DC, Worcester, Wynne.
Visit drizly.com/cities for most up to date coverage maps.
*Also in Calgary and Edmonton, CA.
If you don’t see your city, sign up to be notified when we come to your area. More cities are constantly being added so, fingers crossed, hopefully it’ll be soon.
Must be of legal drinking age to order from Drizly. Obviously.
What's New in Version 3.8.8
- New screenshots!
- Bugs are gross. So we got rid of a few.
This service is going down hill
I was a very frequent drizly user, I had no issue until tonight. I used it on a Wednesday night with no issue but two days later, Friday, I tried to place an order and have it delivered to my boyfriend but it never showed up ( we live together and it never came when I got home).
After trying to gain access to my account (because I was somehow signed out)to figure out where the order was and trying to reach customer support because I couldn’t reset my password, I found out that my card was declined and from a rep, Jacob, was told that I could not get into my account until the issue was resolved.
Desperately wanting alcohol before I step out on this cold Chicago evening, I tried drizly again with another email only to have the whole ordeal happen. Once. Again.
Now I am sitting at home with 61 dollars missing from my bank account.
First time. Very impressed
I'm not really a delivery type of guy but me and my girlfriend were relaxing after a very difficult work week. Saw the app on Reddit and decided I'd try it out so we can stay in and just relax. Delivery was prompt, driver was above and beyond polite (refusing a tip I wanted to add after seeing how far he drove). Just all around a great service that works like it should. I even had an out of stock item and was called about it and changed my order. These guys are like calling a buddy to "swing by with some beer". One of the best uses of an app fixing a problem effectively I've ever seen. Will use repeatedly as this really fits my work life very well. Let's keep these guys in business!!!
Not yet great in Nashville
I love the idea of this app, but at least in my city (Nashville) it doesn’t quite deliver on convenience, selection, or value.
To start, the two participating stores are somewhat far from my home and have fairly limited selections—especially when it comes to my drink of choice: local craft beer.
That’s okay, though, sometimes convenience beats out selection. I was going to order a case of Founder’s All Day and high-gravity Straight to Ale bottle, a solid session IPA and something regional, which would have been around $40–slightly more than the place around the corner, but not crazy.
Alas, though, when I went to check out I learned that my selections were stocked by two different stores (the “split order” warning was helpful, at least) with a $50 and $75 minimum order, respectively. Yikes!
Perhaps I’d need that much booze for a party, but also I tend to plan things like parties in advance.
This is *not* the app for a last-minute bottle, unless your last-minute plans involve a few dozen people.
I would rather support a small startup, but perhaps my needs will be better met by PrimeNow offering alcohol in Nashville, as they do in other cities.
Grizzly, can you up your Nashville game before that happens?