How does Driply work

We are open for delivery. Beer, wine, liquor and tobacco delivered in under 30 minutes.

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Frequently asked questions

What is Driply?

Driply is an express delivery service that provides a quick and most comfortable way to buy alcohol and deliver it right to your door.

What are Driply’s hours?

You can use Driply from 9am to 1am, every day. Delivery time may vary slightly depending on your location.

Why aren’t you in my city?

We’re rapidly expanding throughout Slovakia and we’ll let you know when we arrive in yours.

How do I pay for alcohol delivery?

You can pay ON-LINE by card through the payment gateway or PayPal (coming soon), on delivery to the courier by card or in cash. We accept all major credit and debit cards, including Apple Pay and Google Pay.

How much is the delivery fee?

The price is variable depending on the ongoing promotions, location and items in your order. Mostly 1,49 € in a city center. You can find out the exact price in the cart and after entering the delivery address.

Do I need to be 18 to order alcohol?

Yes. You must be at least 18 years old to order and receive the alcohol delivery. Our couriers will check your age on delivery.

Does Driply charge a small cart fee?

The small cart fee is variable due to the ordered goods and place of delivery. For example, tobacco products are not included in the minimum price.

How does alcohol delivery work?

You shop your favorite beer, wine, spirits and mixers. We’ll deliver your order right to your door.

How long does delivery take?

In most cases, deliveries take under 30 minutes, but delivery times are subject to the stores themselves, and other variables such as time of day, order volume, and traffic conditions.

When should I use Driply?

Whenever you "run out". Or for birthdays, dinners, parties, Tuesdays, Thursdays, bachelor parties, #SELFCARESUNDAY... literally all the time.

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