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I don’t know about you but life as a mom and wife can be pretty hectic at times. For those days I don’t feel like cooking something like Chicken Cordon Bleu or driving somewhere to pick up something. Delivery.com is the perfect solution for those days! I can just go on the computer and find what I feel like eating and just order it. You just browse the restaurant’s’s menu, put in the quantity you want of whatever item, pay, and click your done. You can set up the delivery time for whenever you want or have it sent ASAP for those times when the kids are just STARVING (even though they’ve already eaten Apple Granola Muffins for breakfast and slew of other things already that day).
Delivery.com also has a points system where you can redeem them for cash, gift cards, prizes, and more. Points can even be converted into a charitable donation. How nice is that! You not only get convenient food delivered quickly to your door you can also get the satisfaction of helping someone else too. For every dollar you spend on Delivery.com, you earn 25 Delivery Points.
I had a great experience with this service. The site was easy to navigate and my food arrived quickly (about 25 minutes). The only downside for me was that there was only one restaurant participating in my area. SO restaurants go to Delivery.com and register for free! It is a great service that I’m sure so many people will love the convenience of. Readers, how often do you eat take out? Do you think you would like this service?
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Krystle Cook – the creator of Home Jobs by MOM – put her psychology degree on a shelf and dived into a pile of diapers and dishes instead. She is a wife and mother to two rambunctious boys, sweating it out in her Texas hometown. She loves cooking, DIY home projects, and family fun activities.