Edina now offers alcohol delivery free to homes and businesses

The only stipulation is you spend $35 minimum.
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Edina's municipal liquor stores are now offering free delivery to city residents and businesses.

The new service was launched by the city on Wednesday, with Edina Liquor delivering booze free of charge when they receive an order of at least $35.

The only other caveats are that the person who makes the order must be the person who receives it, and it must be delivered to an Edina address, though the city says it might be expanded in the future.

“This is a free service we are offering to residents and we hope they take advantage of it,” said Josh Furbish, General Manager of Liquor Operations at the City of Edina.

Delivery hours will be from 3-8 p.m. Monday to Friday, noon to 8 p.m. Saturday, and noon to 5 p.m. Sunday. 

Orders will be delivered within two hours, though Furbish says the aim will be one hour.

Anyone wishing to use the service needs to set up an account at EdinaLiquor.com, where there will be a wide range of beer, wine and spirits available for order.

The city says more products will be added each month.

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