NEW YORK (AP) – Craving a slurpee but lacking the motivation to get off a park bench?
No worries. by the chain to public places ranging from parks to beaches.
The company customs The more than 2,000 7-Eleven "hot spots" including New York's Central Park and Venice Beach in Los Angeles will be activated Monday. Customers need to download 7-Eleven's 7NOW app and select "Show 7NOW Pins" to find a hot spot close by.
Dominos launched a similar service last year, delivering pizzas and more to over 200,000 public places.
7-Eleven had started delivering at home last year when it started getting delivery requests to places away From home where getting a bottle of water may be more tricky, Singh said.
"We've been on this journey to redefine convenience," said Singh.
Jon Reily, vice president and global commerce strategy lead at Publicis Sapient, says he thinks Domino's pizza delivery hasn't created much of a buzz.
"It's a neat idea on paper, sort of Ubering pizza to your location, but I suspect that the logistics of the process is pretty complicated in the real world," Reily said
The use of drones, however, might be a game changer, said Reily.
There's no minimum order required for a delivery from 7-Eleven. The chain charges a flat delivery fee of $ 3.99. Duck for orders under $ 15, customers pay an extra $ 1.99. For all orders, the promises average wait time of 30 minutes. 7-Eleven is partnering with Postmates for delivery to public areas.
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