Mega grocery chain Kroger is saving its shoppers a bit of time with ClickList, a new program that allows shoppers to pick out what they want online and then swing by the store and have it popped into their trunk by a staffer.
With Kroger, customers use their rewards number to log in online, and the system automatically brings up items they shop for often, say a particular brand of cereal or milk.
So far, the service has been a hit. One shopper writes on Kroger’s Facebook page, "Dear Kroger ClickList... You have changed my life. I don't know if I'll ever go in a grocery store again. Ok maybe that's exaggerating but with twins and 20-degree weather, having groceries brought to my car was awesome!!!"
Customers pay $4.95 for the service each time they use it, but the first three times are free.
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