But Wait! Does Instacart Generate Profits for Grocery Stores Only?

Instacart Clone App is a power-packed Mobile Application Delivers more than just the Groceries to the Customer’s Doorstep. Several types of Deliveries can be made through the App:

  • Food Delivery: App Users can Order their favorite Italian Sausage Pan Pizza from Pequod’s Pizza, Pork Belly Chicharrones Tacos from Cacao Mexicatessen, or a large bowl of Fettuccine Alfredo Pasta via the App.
  • Pharmacy Delivery: Customers can now Order Medicines right from the comfort of their homes. In the Pharmacy Delivery Category, they only have to search for items that they need, say, Azithromycin (Zithromax), a Sinus Infection Drug.  And, a list of Stores selling them will be enlisted, which makes getting At-Home Delivery much flexible. 
  • Wine-Alcohol Delivery: Anyone who wants to have a glass of Alamos Seleccion Malbec Mendoza Argentina Wine on Christmas Eve, with their friends, all they need to do is Order it Online on the App.
  • Medical Marijuana Delivery: If a Cancer Patient needs their Prescribed Medical Marijuana even when the clock strikes Midnight, they can use the App and get the Order delivered instantly.

Other Delivery Categories that can earn humongous Profits from the App include Flower Delivery, Bottle-Water Delivery, and Stationery Delivery. 

Coming back to the Facts and Figures!

With the rise of Application Usage across the Globe, Grocery Stores have found their Primary Source of generating Profits – getting Grocery Orders Online through the Instacart Clone App. Now they can earn two-folds the Profit by selling Groceries to Customers visiting their Stores, and Delivering Grocery Orders to Customers Ordering Online.

How can Grocery Stores increase their Profit Revenue using the App?

When a Grocery Store or a Supermarket registers itself on the Grocery Delivery Clone App, the App Owner asks the Store Owners to Pay for App’s Services based on two Business Models –

  1. Commission-Based Model
  2. Subscription Plans

Commission-Based Model

The Commission-Based Model says that the Store Owner is liable to pay a certain percentage of the Revenue generated per Order as ‘Commission’ to the App Owner. This certain percentage is cut off from the Revenue that the Stores make per Order, rendered through the App.

The Commission Rate is solely decided by the App Owner. Also, this Rate varies depending on the different genres of Delivery Services offered on the On-Demand Grocery App. Since the Store and the App Owner are Contractually bound, Payment of Commission is crucial to continue receiving Service Requests.

How the App Owner gets this Commission Amount

For instance, if a Taxi Rider chooses to Pay Online via the In-App Wallet or Bank Cards, the Billed Amount is transferred directly to the Bank Account of the App Owner. The App Owner transfers this Amount to the Taxi Driver’s Bank Account or In-App Wallet, only after deducting the Commission. 

All the Cash Payments go directly to the Service Providers. Now, the Taxi Driver will transfer the Commission to the App Owner from the Cash Received for the Ride. The Taxi Driver can choose to Pay it via Bank Transfer or directly from their In-App Wallet.

Subscription Plans

Subscription Plans are simple. The Grocery Store Owner has to make only a One-Time-Payment while purchasing the Plan. Then, Paying Commission on every Single Order gets off the table. The App Owner offers several Plans with varying Validity Periods – Monthly, Bi-Monthly, Quarterly, Half-Yearly, and Annual. Each of these Plans have a different Price which is Exclusively Decided by the App Owner itself. Besides the Price of the Plan, the App Owner also picks the Features that will be offered in the chosen Plan.

These Subscription Plans come with an Expiration Date. And, after the Plan expires, the Grocery Store Owner will no longer be able to get Order Requests. Thus, to ensure that the Service Provider has enough time to Renew their Plan, the App Owner starts sending In-App Push Notification reminding them that their Plan is about to ‘EXPIRE’ at least a week before the Expiration Date.


Do you also wish to earn heavy Profits through an On-Demand Grocery App like Instacart? If yes, this is your chance to take on the On-Demand Grocery Delivery Industry by surprise. Get in touch with a Well-Established, Licensed White-Labeling Firm that already has Industry Experience of 7 to 8 years. 

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By Anurag Rathod

Anurag Rathod is an Editor of Appclonescript.com, who is passionate for app-based startup solutions and on-demand business ideas. He believes in spreading tech trends. He is an avid reader and loves thinking out of the box to promote new technologies.