Here's everything you need to know about the mega retailer's new online delivery options.

By Perri Ormont Blumberg
October 12, 2017

Whenever you need 83 rolls of paper towels, enough peanut butter to feed your block, or 30 bananas to whip up Nana's Banana Bread for the office, Costco has your back. Now, the shopper's club wants to make sure you can get those bananas even when you're in a time crunch.

The warehouse giant has announced new programs to get food and sundries to your doorstep on the fly without even stepping foot in their sprawling depot. In just a few clicks, the two new online delivery programs allow members to place their grocery orders from the comfort of their homes.

For same-day delivery, Costco has partnered with Instacart to deliver your groceries with no delivery fee for orders of $35 or more. Currently, it's available in most metropolitan areas across the country. They've also launched CostcoGrocery that offers two-day delivery nationwide, with no fee for orders of $75 and more.

Indeed, we're thrilled by the new offerings' convenience. But a fair warning for the Costco fan before you fire up your order: Kirkland Signature sample carts not included.