When you meet the per-store minimum, you'll get free delivery. Free delivery means no shipping & service fees. Orders must meet store minimums before taxes & fees in select delivery areas.
Read more about fees and taxes below.
Item prices and applicable fees (such as taxes and other fees that the store charges, like bottle deposits and e-waste fees) may vary. Prices on Google Shopping are set by each store.
Sales tax is calculated based on the delivery address. For more details, see Charges, authorizations, and taxes.
Sales tax on sale items with coupons and promo codes
In most states, you’ll see a tax applied to your items for their full listed price, before a coupon or promo code is applied. An exception is Connecticut, Massachusetts, Missouri, Pennsylvania and Texas, where a discount from a code also reduces the item’s taxable value: for example, if you use a $20 promo code for a $50 item from a Texas store, you will only be taxed for the $30 you pay for. In stores located at most other states you’ll pay tax for the full $50 item.
A delivery fee is based on the actual fees delivery companies charge for delivering each order.
These vary by store and start at $5.99. If you see a shipping fee at checkout, you won’t see a separate small-order service fee.
Item prices and VAT
The item prices you see when shopping on Buy on Google are set by the sellers and already include VAT (value-added tax).
Seller minimums for free delivery
Some sellers may set their own minimums for free delivery and this is shown on the seller page on our site. If your order meets this amount, you won’t be charged a shipping fee.
If you see a shipping fee at checkout, this amount is set by each seller and may vary.