- H-E-B is partnering with Texas A&M University to provide grocery delivery to people who live on its main and West campuses in College Station, Texas, according to an article posted Wednesday on the university’s website.
- Under the Campus+ program, customers at the university can receive grocery orders at eight dedicated delivery zones for a $5 fee. Curbside pickup orders are free.
- H-E-B’s grocery-delivery arrangement with Texas A&M builds on a longstanding relationship that includes the supermarket chain’s sponsorship of the university’s football team.
Texas A&M University and H-E-B announce a new Campus+ partnership, opening the door for customers to receive grocery deliveries on campus.
People who live on campus can visit www.heb.com or use the H-E-B app to choose from eight dedicated delivery zones and receive grocery orders to their doorsteps for a $5 fee. Plus, curbside pickup is now free.
“H-E-B’s Curbside and Home Delivery is a favorite throughout the state, making shopping on the go more convenient than ever,” said Lacey Dalcour Salas, H-E-B public affairs manager. “By using the My H-E-B app or shopping online, H-E-B’s personal shoppers will hand pick your grocery selections and deliver to you curbside, doorstep and on campus at your scheduled time.”
The campus delivery option is available to all Texas A&M students, faculty and staff on the College Station main and West campuses.