Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Kroger offers new ClickList Service- shop online and pick up your groceries curbside!

I was in Kroger the other days (picking up all the freebie coupons on my savings card), and I thought "I wonder if Kroger will begin to offer free curbside pickup of groceries if you order online?" Every time I'm in Meijer, I have seen employees putting together online orders with Meijer's new curb side service, so I figured it would only be a matter of time before Kroger offered something similar!

Lo and behold, they are! Kroger has begun a new program called Kroger ClickList,very similar to Meijer's Curbside Pickup Program.

The Kroger program is still new and only available at these 10 locations as of now: 

Northville, MI
Roseville, MI
Carmel, IN
Fishers, IN
2 in Indianapolis, IN
Noblesville, IN
Westfield, IN
Lebanon, OH
Liberty Township, OH

Just like Meijer's Curbside pickup, you shop online at www.Kroger.com/ClickList for the groceries you want, you can apply coupons that are saved to your Kroger card, you choose a pickup time, and then the grocery-gathering is done for you! At your scheduled pick up time, you pull up at the ClickList drive through window, pay with credit or debit card, and then the groceries will be loaded into your car for you!

There is a $4.95 service fee per order, but the fee is automatically waived for your first three orders.

I love Meijer's curbside service and used it a few times (when it was still free during their opening promotion), so I'm excited to try it at Kroger as well! It's really convenient when you have kids with you and only need to "grab a few things"- you can order online and swing by and pick up what you needed, without getting out of your car!

Have you tried Meijer or Kroger's new Curb-Side pickup service? What do you think?


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