Giveaway: FREE Grocery Delivery + $25 in Groceries from Daily Goods!

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Over the past couple months I've had the chance to review Daily Goods, a new online grocery store and delivery service here in the Salt Lake area. This opportunity couldn't have come at a better time since this pregnancy has left me exhausted and nauseous, particularly when I'm at the grocery store!

Buying groceries online and getting them delivered is a very new experience for me. I love the idea, but putting the idea into practice has been harder than I thought it'd be! However after several deliveries, I think I've figured it out! The biggest difference for me is this- “normal” grocery shopping is about getting great deals and stocking up, whereas Daily Goods grocery shopping is more about convenience and saving me time and energy. Daily Goods has a minimum $20 order and unlimited free deliveries with a membership. Instead of doing 2-3 coupon grocery trips each month, I get a Daily Goods grocery delivery about 3 times a month, then I do 1 big coupon shopping trip and usually 1 trip to Costco. My Daily Goods orders usually contain lots of fresh produce, milk, eggs, bread, or any other weekly necessities we might need. Their “Featured Sales” page is a great place to start building your order!

Daily Goods' online grocery store is easy to use and it normally only takes me 15-20 minutes to get my order together. They have exceptional customer service and have been incredibly receptive to my feedback. It's so refreshing working with a company that values customer's opinions! As a couponer, my first look at their prices left me a little out of breath. However, they've brought the prices of several key items down and I now feel like there is excellent value in the service. This week milk is $2.39 { I saw milk at Walmart for $2.69!}, a tub of sour cream is .99, avocados are just .44 each and a bunch of green peppers are just .39. It's so wonderful to not have to worry about going to the grocery store too! Right now with being pregnant and my husband being in grad school, our time {and my energy!} is precious, so this grocery delivery service has been such a blessing.

There is a membership fee of $99 that comes with unlimited deliveries. The membership fee and cost of the groceries does increase your grocery bill somewhat, however I've also found that I don't impulse buy and just the fact that I'm in the grocery store less often has made my grocery bill actually go down!

Everyone can use code UtahDealDiva to get 10% off a grocery order! 

More awesome facts about Daily Goods:

  • Everyone can get a FREE 2-week trial! If you want to just try it out for a while, you can get a month for $15. If you love it like I do and want to go for a year's membership, your $15 can be applied to the $99 yearly membership fee! 
  • They accept manufacturers coupons!
  • You can select a variety of delivery times, including pre-dawn delivery for those days you accidentally ran out of milk or bread! 
  • Delivery areas include the entire SL valley, as far South as Saratoga Springs/ Eagle Mountain, as far north as Centerville. Delivery questions/ area requests can be forwarded to
Two Utah Deal Diva readers will each win a year's 
membership to Daily Goods {unlimited deliveries!} 
plus $25 in FREE groceries!
Everyone gets a FREE entry in this contest- 
plus there are several opportunities for extra entries! 
Complete the form below to enter! 
Thank you to everyone who participates and Good Luck! 

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