This Christmas, Morrisons is offering to deliver festive essentials in just 30-minutes via Deliveroo.
The move will allow customers to spend more time relaxing and remove any last-minute panic. Forgotten items will be delivered until 5:30pm on Christmas Eve and will be available again from 10.00am on Boxing Day.
Items available include Sellotape for last-ditch present wrapping; batteries for games or new presents and easily forgotten items from the Christmas dinner itself like gravy and stuffing. Even turkeys and the trimmings are available through the service for those who are having to adapt their Christmas plans.
The service will be available in 182 stores across the UK and orders can be placed through the Deliveroo app or website from December 21st until 24th December, with a £4.50 delivery charge and 49p service fee. All deliveries will be contact-free to promote safety.
The full list of products available as part of the Morrisons Deliveroo last-minute Christmas items are:
● Batteries (AA/AAA)
● Tin foil
● Cling film
● Turkey baking tray
● Custard powder
● Condensed milk
● Evaporated milk
● The Best Clementine Bucks Fizz
● The Best Prosecco / Champagne
● Bin Bags
● Roast Spuds
● Brussel Sprouts
Amy Bishop, who is responsible for Deliveroo at Morrisons said: “Everyone is so busy at this time of year that it can be easy to forget about things until you really need them. At that point, the thought of leaving the house and heading back to the shops can add to the stress. Thanks to our partnership with Deliveroo you can order those forgotten items straight to your door and get back to the festive celebrations.”
Morrisons first announced a partnership with Deliveroo in April to support the most vulnerable by having essential items quickly delivered to their doorstep. 35 Christmas favourites including pigs in blankets and mulled wine were recently added to the service to bring the total number of products available to over 300.
Deliveroo orders are available from 182 Morrisons stores across the UK, covering one in four households (6.8 million).