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7-Eleven to start delivery service in 5 cities

7-Eleven expands delivery to major cities

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.

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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.

Read the full Chicago Tribune report here.