When my youngest was born,(and was classified as a chronicle sick baby,) and I had 2 toddlers, a preschooler, and a 1st grader on my hands too, needless to grocery shopping was a chore. Right about that time King Soopers stores (Kroger family of stores) in Colorado began delivering for $10. YES PLEASE! Now, I couldn't afford it often, but I so wished they had had that when my twins were infants. I certainly had my hands full.
Well now they have Click List (each chain is a little different.) You order online and pick them up. Someone else goes through the store for you. It's $4.95, but it saves us so much in impulse buys, and at least an hour or more a week. And because we order off of our meal plan, because with 7 people you have to have one, we don't over buy. We don't miss anything either because we weren't distracted. From the list, to the computer, pick it up at the store.
Another bonus is that if it's on sale, you see it. They tell you what you've bought in the past, so it's easy to repeat. Oh, and if they are out and have to sub it for something more expensive, they adjust the price to what you chose in the first place! You can't do that at the store by yourself.
The other day, our Echo Dot told us we could get a free trial of Amazon Fresh since we used the feature that kept our grocery list up to date. So fantastic! The subscription is $14.95 a month, and free delivery over $40. On time, an Uber driver arrives with your groceries, packed and iced. YES!
So many options to save us all time now. And as a busy mother of 5, this has been a life saver. Now, my husband, who is a full time dad uses the service. He loves the ease of picking up his groceries after dropping the kids off at school. Meal planning and prep have never been so easy!
What do you think of these services?