- The most obvious benefit is convenience – you can quietly and calmly shop online when you have time.
- You know how superstore has some products (ie: rice, coconut milk) that can be found in 3 spots? Shopping online actually makes it super easy to price compare when you otherwise might not find all of the alternatives.
- If you remember something partway through editing your cart, you can search for it, instead of finding your way back in a busy store (ie: I was in the salt aisle when I remembered the kale). Related, I remembered partway through to check my paper products at home – impossible if you were in the store.
- I was also able to finally join the PC Plus program, which I’ve never had time for in store. I didn’t even know there was an app where you could sign up.
- Depending on your pick-up time, you can edit the order even after placing it.
- The search function wasn’t perfect. When I searched for “apple” the first item was “Bosc Pear.”
- It’s not entirely clear odd the hop how substitutions will pan out if they don’t have something in stock.
- Some of the produce or liquids volume is unclear if you don’t know what would come in a normal package.
Once you arrive at the store, you park in the yellow Click & Collect spots, near the front of the building at the right of the main entrance. You call in (so have a cell phone handy) to let them know you are there and I just needed my phone number to verify my identity. I let them know to use my credit card on file (from placing my order) and no money need exchange hands.
- Each time, the process has been quite quick – from 5-10 minutes.
- The “picker” verified that I wanted the substitutions sent to me by email.
- 2/4 orders I have asked for “Meat in a separate bag” when ordering and received meat combined with cheese and other fresh goods.