San Antonio-based grocery chain H-E-B dropping fee for curbside pickup

H-E-B has launched free Curbside pickup across Texas. - INSTAGRAM / PHOTOSBYTALYA
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H-E-B has launched free Curbside pickup across Texas.
Beloved Texas-based grocery chain H-E-B may gain a few more fans with the news that it will no longer charge the $4.95 fee for curbside pickup orders.

There’s a catch, of course: to receive free pickup, shoppers must have a basket that's at least $35 before taxes and before any discounts, promotions or coupons. Orders less than $35 will include a $2.95 small-basket surcharge.

A development during COVID-19 pandemic, all H-E-B Curbside locations now also provide the option for customers to use SNAP EBT to digitally pay for their orders.

Customers can place an H-E-B Curbside order through the grocery chain’s mobile app or online.

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