Toll Free 888-902-7467​

TELEGROCERS was nominated for a Chicago Sun Times Innovation award in 2007 & 2008.


Hours: Monday - Friday 9 am to 4 pm eastern  time.

1.   Get your list in order.  Categorize items best you can.  Don’t worry; we will help you with that on your first order.  Minimum order is $60.  Save your invoices from your delivered orders as a guide to categorizing your next order. This will help you with the ordering process.  We like to keep the ordering process at 30 minutes or less, but we understand it may it takes a few times to get comfortable with the process.

 2.   Have your Credit Card or Debit Card. We will need it with your first order or any time there is a change. We  do not  accept cash or checks. EChecks if you have a major credit card. If you do not have a debit card or credit card, we suggest talking with your bank or getting a prepaid debit card.

 3.   Get Your Delivery.  Have an idea of when you want your delivery.  Deliveries are normally the next day and have a timeframe of two (2) hours, i.e., 6:00am to 8:00am. We suggest two (2) days before you really need it and four (4) if it’s a holiday week or there are impending weather issues as delivery times can fill up very quickly.

 4.   Make the Call.  1-888-902-7467.   Don’t worry, it’s easy.  We will help you through the ordering process.  Our hours are Monday through Friday, 9 am to 4 pm CST or 9am to 4pm EST.


If your order is:        

Under $100-$10.95






 Note price goes up $5 after every hundred after that.

 The grocery delivery company has a delivery fee also. Please call Telegrocers for delivery pricing in your area

Please note that, at this time, once an order has been placed, we CANNOT  go back and add to the order.

Toll Free:       1-888-902-SHOP (7467)


We are here to help anyone that needs their groceries delivered. If you don't have a computer, are a disabled, senior citizen or just don't have time to shop. We provide a real person that cares about your needs. Our goal is to help ease the frustration of today’s worries.