Kroger Introduces ClickList
Posted on Monday, February 15th, 2016 at 8:34 am
We’ve all had days where we needed to go grocery shopping but really did not want to. Maybe the weather was bad and you were reluctant to go outside. You might have had too many things going on that day to fit grocery shopping in. Or, you might have been taking a “sick day” and honestly wished someone could do your grocery shopping for you. Kroger is about to make that happen with ClickList.
ClickList offers Kroger customers a more convenient way to shop for groceries. Usually, people who need to do grocery shopping have to drive to the store, walk up and down the aisles, fill their cart with the products they came in to buy, and wait in line at the checkout. ClickList streamlines things.
With ClickList, the first thing you do is go to the Kroger website. You can shop online for over 40,000 items that are available in Kroger stores, including fresh meat and produce. New items are added every week. Select what you want to buy from the comfort of your home.
Next, you need to confirm your order and select a pick-up date and time. In other words, you can click your way through grocery shopping today and pick it up on your way home from work. Or, you can pick it up the next day. Whatever works for you!
Drive to Kroger on the date and at the time you selected. You can pick up and pay for your items at the store without having to leave your vehicle. Someone who works at Kroger will be waiting for your car to pull up curbside. That person will load your groceries into your car for you. That worker can also function like a cashier, and swipe your credit or debit card for you. No more waiting in long lines!
If you want to use ClickList often, it is possible to set up a Favorites List. This feature automatically tracks the items you most commonly purchase, and places them onto a list for you. You can add things as needed.
It is important to know that there is a $4.95 fee for using ClickList. That fee is waived for your first three orders, so that you can try out the service for no extra cost. Many people will decide that they are willing to pay a $4.95 fee if it means they don’t have to find a parking space or walk through snow or rain in order to do their grocery shopping.
Another thing to note is that you must pay for your groceries with either your credit or debit card. The worker who brings your groceries to you cannot accept cash, checks, gift cards, or government benefits. That worker is not allowed to accept tips, either.