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What is Kroger ClickList?

By May 3, 2017 No Comments

It’s not that I don’t LOVE grocery shopping. I don’t mind it so much. But my schedule can be pretty tight sometimes and groceries are the last thing I really want to worry about. The thought of someone else grocery shopping for me and getting everything right sounds dreamy right? I would save HOURS if someone could take it off my plate.

The truth is I paid someone to do this for me for a while! And it WAS TOTALLY WORTH IT! In fact, I SAVED money because she would stick to the list where I would stray and end up with $50-$100 “extra” in my cart.

Then I discovered Kroger ClickList and took out the middle man so to speak. The thing that I love is the ease of use. The thought of compiling my grocery list for someone else sounded like a huge chore and is the reason I put off trying Kroger ClickList. But here’s the thing, if you have a Kroger card that you earn fuel points with Kroger tracks your frequent and recent purchases. It’s EASY to use!

“The ClickList was great! I was happy with the produce that I got and substitutions that they had to make. I think it will be a great way to help cut down on the grocery bill…not as many impulse buys! Huge help for those busy days/weeks.”
– My friend Dsouth after several weeks of suggesting she try ClickList.

I’ve heard good things about other services such as Amazon Fresh but have yet to try it out. There is a monthly subscription required and I found Kroger’s prices had them beat. I’m already in the area so it’s easy for me to pull in and pick up. Home delivery would be amazing if I was nowhere near the grocery store. For now, this works perfectly for me!

Step 1: Logon to the Kroger website and select ClickList. Scroll the suggested items and add items to your cart. Select your pick- up time and check out. Your pick-up time is an hour window and can be the same day in some instances. You can still use your coupons too! There’s a $4.95 fee to use this service. Again, I’d spend more than that on gum in the checkout line.

Step 2: Show up! You’ll pull into a parking spot usually on the side of the store and call the number on the sign. They’ll ask for your name and parking spot number. Then they’ll deliver your groceries, you pay, and then they load them up!

Step 3: Sit back and relax! You’re in and out in less than 10 minutes. TRY IT! Let me know if you do!

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