Up to a FREE 3-Year Shipt Membership + Free Delivery for Select Visa Cardholders

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Grocery shopping from your couch? It’s possible with Shipt delivery!

Shipt saves you time and gas with same-day delivery on fresh groceries and everyday essentials. They connect you with reliable and vetted personal shoppers that bring your groceries right to your door. And grocery delivery is a gift that anyone would appreciate!

Right now, for a limited time, Shipt is offering select Visa Cardholders up to a FREE 3-Year Membership with free delivery on orders of $35 or more (regularly $99/year)! AND, this deal is valid for new and existing customers! 🙌🏼

Head here and enter your zip code to create an account. Once you’re signed up, you should see a pop-up that says “Check which benefits your card qualifies for.” Then, enter your Visa credit card number to see if you qualify for a free 3-month membership + 50% off 9 months OR you could get lucky and score up to 3 years completely FREE!

Get groceries delivered to your door from Shipt!

What is Shipt grocery delivery?

Shipt allows you to shop as dozens of retailers either online or through their apps, providing a personal shopper to go to the store to hand-select the items in your order for you! Shoppers can communicate with you via text if products are unavailable, making immediate adjustments as needed.

Best of all, you’ll still get access to the same sales and promotions that are available at every store. Note that there may be a small additional fee for some items, but the price you see in the app is the price you’ll pay, so no surprises. Once your personal shopper has completed your purchase, they will deliver the items to your home or business! Easy peasy! 

This is such a helpful delivery service for anyone, especially for families with young kiddos because a trip to the store could be a chore all by itself!

Don’t qualify for a free membership? You can still sign up for Shipt grocery delivery! 

Hop on over to Target.com and sign up for Shipt here. First, enter your zip code and then your full address and email so Shipt can find the stores closest to you.

From there, you can start shopping at your favorite stores or go to your account in the upper-righthand corner and select ‘Buy’ under your profile to buy a pass.

Hip Tip: Know anyone on the hunt for a new job, or looking to earn a little extra cash? You can get paid up to $22/hr to work for Shipt! 😲  They offer flexible hours, as you set your own schedule, and you get paid weekly. Just head here to apply and sign up for notifications on your application status.

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Comments 15

  1. Chris Cooper

    If you use Shipt services, don’t forget to tip your shopper! It’s more than just delivery, they are personally shopping for your groceries, picking fresh products, offering substitutions for out of stock items, etc!

    • Ana

      I appreciate your comment Chris. I am a Shipt shopper and tips are always so appreciated!!

    • Jodi Williams Knaak

      I was coming here to say the same thing! I’m a Shipt shopper and appalled at how many people DONT tip!! Some days I make less than minimum wage after what I spent in gas! Please tip your shoppers!

  2. KB

    Only the Visa “Infinity” card qualifies for the 3 year deal. You can get 3 months free with a Visa “Signature” card.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Thanks for the helpful comment, KB!

  3. Embee

    I got three years free with my Chase Shappire card!! Thank you so much for posting this!!

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      SO awesome! You’re very welcome! 🙌💖

  4. MaryKay

    Do you know what people usually tip? 20% of the total bill? We’ve never used Shipt before. Thanks in advance ☺️

    • Stacy F (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      20% of the bill would be for exceptional service. 10% would be the minimum normally, 15% is average.

  5. Barb J

    Not seeing the popup once I sign up.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      DARN! It seems this can vary. Maybe double check that your ad blocker is turned off. You could also check once more in a different browser. I do still find the offer to be valid when checking the details. Hoping this might be helpfu! 🤗

  6. Melissa J

    Is this only for new Shipt accounts? I have an account/login on the website from having a membership back in 2020. So it logs me in, but doesn’t give the option to see what my card qualifies me for. I even went to the payment section and added my visa there, but nothing.. So I just thought I’d ask if anyone had a similar situation and had figured out how to check on their cards. TIA

    • Jessica (Hip Sidekick)

      Hey there! It looks like this offer is valid for new and existing customers. Once you click through the link above and enter your zip code, there should be a pop-up to see if you qualify for a free 3-month membership + 50% off 9 months OR up to 3 years completely FREE. The offer does seem to vary by cardholder. You might also try a different browser, or be sure your pop-up/ad-blocker is turned off. Hoping this helps and you can snag this offer!

      • Melissa J

        Thank you! I turned off pop up blocker and saw it then. I appreciate it

        • Jessica (Hip Sidekick)

          YAY! So happy it popped up for you! Thanks for coming back to let us know! 💕

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