Get $20 off a $200 Instacart gift card and save on your next grocery delivery

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SAVE $20: A $200 digital Instacart gift card is on sale at Best Buy for $180. That’s a 10% discount.

There are never enough hours in the day to check off everything on the to-do list. If your fridge is often skint of essentials because you keep running out of time to get to the grocery store, ordering a doorstep delivery could be a time-saving option. And thanks to today’s deal, you could get some items in your next Instacart order for free.

As of March 27, a $200 digital Instacart gift card is just $180 at Best Buy. That means you’ll save $20, a 10% discount. After ordering, Best Buy will follow up with email instructions on how to redeem the gift card.

With the Instacart app, you can order groceries to your doorstep with same-day delivery on many orders. Or, if you prefer, order for curbside pickup at your desired store and staff will load groceries into your car. Over 500 retailers and grocers are linked within Instacart, so you’ll have plenty of selection.

After ordering you’ll be able to see progress on your order, including when an Instacart shopper has arrived at the store. Through the messaging function, the shopper can ask about preferences and any substitutions, should they be necessary. If you’ve opted for delivery, you’ll also be able to keep tabs on when your groceries will arrive.

If you use Instacart, today’s deal is a great way to save some money on your next grocery order.

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Lauren Allain is a freelance journalist covering deals at Mashable. She graduated from Western Washington University with a B.A. in journalism and holds an M.B.A from Webster Leiden. You can find more of her work online from publications including Reader’s Digest, U.S. News & World Report, Seattle Refined, and more. When she’s not writing, Lauren prefers to be outside hiking, bouldering, swimming, or searching for the perfect location for all three.

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