Finally, There is a Netflix For Booze Delivery

One of the great tragedies of modern life is the need to actually leave the house in order to purchase copious amounts of booze. All of that walking. All of that chatting with liquor store employees. All of that staring at receipts. It's just so tiring! Thank goodness, then, that a team of industrious entrepreneurs has invented an app that lets you order whatever spirits you want with a push of a touchscreen.

The app, conveniently named Saucey, works similarly to other on-demand services like Netflix and Grubhub. You decide what kind of alcohol you desperately want to imbibe and then it undergoes a two-part delivery process to end up at your door. First it heads to your local liquor store and from there it lovingly appears on your doorstep, ready for all the drunk texting you can muster.

Saucey is currently available only for iOS and is free to download, though bottles of booze will incur a service fee.

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