You can now get a Shorti, iced tea and chips delivered right to your front door thanks to a new delivery service launched by Wawa this week.
The Delaware County-based convenience chain teamed up with GrubHub to offer online ordering and delivery.
Four stores — two in Philadelphia and two in the suburbs — are currently offering the service:
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More stores will be added in the future, according to Wawa's website.
Most Wawa made-to-order staples are on the online menu including breakfast foods, hoagies, teas, coffees, smoothies as well as snacks like chips.
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Orders must total $10 or more and there's a $1.99 delivery fee. You can order by going to WawaDelivery.com or directly through GrubHub.
Wawa joins another fast food chain in the delivery game: McDonald's. The Golden Arches and Uber Eats launched delivery in Philadelphia in June.
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