Old Navy, ‘Postmates’ Partner for Delivery

“Postmates” and Old Navy are delivering clothes ahead of the holidays.

License Global

December 13, 2019

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Deliver app “Postmates” has partnered with retailer Old Navy ahead of the holidays to deliver clothing orders.

Customers simply have to order their clothes, then choose “buy online, pick up in store” from the options menu. From there, users can request someone from “Postmates” pick up and deliver their order within 24 hours. The partnership is running in the 4,000 U.S. cities where Postmates operates. Delivery will cost $8.99 until the end of January, unless you order between Dec. 21-23, when it’s free.

"We're always looking for ways to create an incredible shopping experience for our customers regardless of where, when and how they choose to shop with us,” says Jamie Gersch, global chief marketing officer, Old Navy. “Last year, we launched Buy Online, Pickup In-Store, offering customers the option to pick up an online order in their local store within two hours. Partnering with Postmates to provide same-day, on-demand delivery creates an even deeper convenience proposition during the bustling holiday shopping season."  

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