Worried you might not be prepared for a night at home with a significant other? 7-Eleven has you covered.
The convenience store chain plans to deliver packages in five cities in a partnership with start-up DoorDash, according to the Chicago Tribune. The service will start immediately in Chicago, New York and Los Angeles, followed later by Boston and Washington, D.C.
Highlights include the "Date Night Pack," which for $20 gives a customer ice cream, a chocolate bar, an energy drink, gum, and yes, a pack of condoms. For people who have a little too much to drink, the store can deliver the "Hangover Pack," which includes acetaminophen, Gatorade, a pizza and a sandwich for $15.
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Customers won't be able to get booze sent to their doorsteps just yet, as the store will not deliver age-restricted items like lottery tickets and alcohol.
The 7-Eleven rollout comes as companies like Amazon have experimented with third-party food and alcohol delivery.