The Philly region’s favorite convenience store is expanding its delivery service to South Jersey.
Wawa’s Cherry Hill store at 500 Route 38 will be the first in the Garden State to allow nearby customers in dire need of hoagies, chips, doughnuts, or sweet tea to have them delivered to their homes or offices, the chain announced Thursday.
“At Wawa, we believe we exist to go beyond filling orders but to fulfill the lives of our customers every day, and part of this belief means making ordering Wawa products as fast, easy and accessible as possible,” Steve Hackett, delivery project manager for Wawa Inc., said in a statement. “By offering our customers the ability to order their favorite Wawa products from the comforts of their own home or office through the nation’s leading online and mobile food-ordering company in Grubhub, we can connect with and enhance the lives of more customers than ever before.”
Last year, Wawa partnered with Grubhub with stores in Pennsylvania. Now 11 stores have online services. They include stores on Grant Avenue, Hamilton Street, Aramigo Avenue, and South Second Street in Philadelphia. The Wawa on Lancaster Avenue also delivers.
Customers interested in ordering online can go to wawadelivery or to Grubhub’s online and mobile platforms. Once customers confirms the services are available at their address, they can place an order for delivery or pickup. Fees, order minimums, menu items, and hours may vary depending on location.
Here’s more good news: Deliveries are free during Eagles playoff games this winter.