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New app service launching today delivers alcohol to your door in Dallas


Los Angeles-based alcohol delivery app Saucey launched in Dallas today, promising free 30-minute delivery of hooch and booze to your doorstep if you live in Downtown Dallas, Uptown, Highland Park and Oak Lawn.

Saucey says their drivers will verify the customer is at least 21 years old by scanning the recipient’s ID on every order.

“Drivers have ID scanners for driver’s licenses, state IDs, and passports to check for 21+ on every delivery. This is accompanied by a courier network where every driver is 21+,” says the news release.

Saucey says they partner with local vendors to offer a wide variety of liquor, from Tito’s to whiskeys to tequilas. They also sell mixers, “pairings and add-ons,” including Ice cream, chocolate, gummies, organic popcorn, and garnishes.

Can’t be bothered with mixing your own drinks? Saucey says you can book a bartender with your order right through the app.

Zip codes included in the delivery area are 75202, 75219, 75201, 75207 and parts of 75235, 75204 and 75205.

The app also launched today in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Oakland, San Diego, Chicago, and Sacramento. The app has 14,000 mostly strongly positive reviews on the iTunes app store.

Saucey’s Dallas delivery area

Mesero
Haywire Plano
The Ranch Las Colinas

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