Drugstore.com has begun providing customers a two-day delivery service option in a partnership with ShopRunner.


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ShopRunner expedited delivery offered by drugstore.com

January 31st, 2011

BELLEVUE, Wash. – Drugstore.com has begun providing customers a two-day delivery service option in a partnership with ShopRunner.

The online health, beauty and pharmacy retailer said Monday that by enrolling in the ShopRunner service, customers can get unlimited, two-day shipping with no minimum order size, plus free shipping on returns for both drugstore.com and Beauty.com orders. The service requires an annual payment of $79.

"We've always been dedicated to providing our customers a superior shopping experience and a wide choice of services," David Lonczak, chief marketing officer for drugstore.com, said in a statement. "ShopRunner's new online shopping program is a perfect fit with this philosophy, providing drugstore.com and Beauty.com customers with great value, as well as fast and convenient service."

Drugstore.com said an annual ShopRunner membership, which also includes access to exclusive deals, can be shared with up to four household members. Customers can sign up for a free 30-day trial and find out more information about using ShopRunner at www.drugstore.com/shoprunner.

"We are very pleased to have drugstore.com and Beauty.com join our rapidly growing network featuring many of America's top retailers," stated Mike Golden, president of ShopRunner. "The health, beauty and personal care categories are important additions to the expanding product assortment we offer our members."

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