Special Delivery is a Brain Buster in Plants vs. Zombies 2 that appears in all worlds except for Pirate Seas and Wild West. In these levels, plants are delivered via conveyor-belt, and as such, no sun is given and the plants are pre-selected. These kinds of levels can sometimes be challenging if the player does not play carefully. Some levels can also include Goals for Success. In addition to the regular levels, most Piñata Party levels are Special Delivery levels.
|Neon Mixtape Tour|
|Big Wave Beach|
*Jurassic Marsh Days 7 and 19 require the player to prevent the zombies from trampling the flowers in order to complete the level.
Special Delivery levels generally are better than regular levels, as one can set up their defenses more quickly. Without having to spend sun, the conveyor belt just gives you plants to place down on the lawn. This is an effective way to set an early defense against the zombies in the level.
However, the player should keep in note that most Special Delivery levels would also have somewhat high zombie density and usually the zombies come in huge waves. Rare plants spawned in the conveyor belt, like Thyme Warp in Neon Mixtape Tour - Day 16 should be cherished and only be used in case of a "total emergency". One should not use a Thyme Warp when there's just a few Basic Zombies and Imps onscreen, unless they are very close to the house. In the same way, the player should not waste a Grapeshot just with a single low-health zombie in Jurassic Marsh - Day 3. Also, the player can't pick their own plants, and given plants are randomly delivered, thus can cause too many useless plants like Lily Pad in Big Wave Beach who fills up the conveyor-belt.
- Special Delivery levels often have premium plants, including plants bought with gems, which can be used even if the player has not purchased them. Examples include Hypno-shroom in Dark Ages - Night 4, Fire Peashooter in Frostbite Caves - Day 21, Cactus in Neon Mixtape Tour - Day 3 and Escape Root in Modern Day - Day 19.
- Pirate Seas and Wild West are the only worlds to have no Special Delivery levels.
- Frostbite Caves has the most Special Delivery levels out of all the worlds, having seven.
- Although Power Tiles are not plants, they are still given by the conveyor-belt. It only happens in Far Future.
- Before the 1.7 update, there was only one true Special Delivery level, which was behind the first gate in Ancient Egypt.
- In Plants vs. Zombies Online, the conveyor-belt is at the top of the screen, similar to the first game.
- Modern Day - Day 25 is the only Special Delivery level to have only one plant being delivered to the player.
- †: Strategy page
*: Unconfirmed name