No Sam's Club membership is even required for this neat offering.

Perri Ormont Blumberg
February 28, 2018
Photo: Sam's Club

Ever think "what's for dinner?" and open your fridge only to be greeted by a few carrots and nine-day-old hummus? Us too.

Well, salvation is on the way for Texas and Missouri residents thanks to a new partnership between Sam's Club and Instacart. Walmart's wholesale chain announced the launch of samsclub.com/instacart yesterday in the Austin, Dallas-Fort Worth, and St. Louis areas, allowing you to have Member's Mark products and home goods delivered to you in as little as an hour. Worth noting — as Delish points out — if you aren't an Instacart Express member or are spending under $35, delivery is $9.99 and up.

Interestingly, you don't even need to be a Sam's Club member for access to this time-saving service. If you are a Sam's Club member, however, the Sam's Club and Instacart collaboration gets even sweeter: "Sam's Club members will simply save their membership number in the loyalty card section to receive membership rewards and lower, member-only pricing on items," as stated on a company press release.

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Not in one of the trial markets? Fear not, the company revealed hopes of expanding the service throughout the U.S. as early as this year.