Discount home goods retailer Big Lots has partnered with Uber Eats to offer delivery services from its more than 1,200 stores across the country in time for the holiday season. Uber Eats users will gain access to exclusive Big Lots brands like Broyhill home décor items as well as other brands and private label products, organized by category and seasonal “aisles” such as Christmas Shop.
“Adding Uber Eats to our stable of marketplace options was a natural next in expanding convenient access to our better-than-elsewhere bargains and fulfilling the omnichannel objective within our multi-year plan,” said Matt Weger, SVP and Chief Digital and Technology Officer at Big Lots in a statement.
Uber Eats has been linking up recently with a range of non-food retailers, including Office Depot, PetSmart and Staples as well as Party City and Bed Bath & Beyond. Big Lots had partnered with the Target-owned Shipt to offer store-based same-day delivery in July 2022.
“By continuing to invest in strong retail partnerships like this one we can help more consumers across the country satisfy their household needs with delivery, and deliver on our promise of helping America get (almost, almost) anything on Uber Eats,” said Christian Freese, Head of Grocery and Retail for Uber Eats in the U.S. and Canada in a statement.