Ever have those days? Days when your entire day is jam packed? Days where your kids are home sick? Days when your prepping for a party? Days of pure exhaustion? Ever have one of those day upgraded with irration when you realize you have no groceries and you’ve got to somehow fit the grocery store into the mix?
I dispised those days. We always end up spending way more money because we simply didn’t have time to go grocery shopping.
We’ll those days are long gone. Some of you already know how much of a fan I am of Smith’s Food and Drug’s ClickList Service. But I’m now even more excited because they are offering DELIVERY!
Not familiar with Clicklist? Check out my previous articles.
I recently teamed up with Smith’s Food and Drug to check out their delivery service.
Following the same shopping method using ClickList, the only difference is you’ll need to select the Delivery Option Instead.
There is a $11.95 fee when using Delivery. The fee is a bit more, than the $4.95 Curbside pick up fee. But it’s worth every penny when you simple don’t have the means to make it to the store.
When you go to check out, you’ll pay for your order via credit or debit card. The full amount shown on your invoice is what is authorized. However, once your order is fulfilled, that’s when Smith’s will bill you the actual amount shown.
My Order Total. $73.44 before any substiutions, discounts, etc
My Receipt. $65.05
The process for delivery is easy! Just like getting a pizza, but better! And the communication was impeccable.
You’ll recieve an email advising your order is ready to be delivered.
Then you’ll recieve a text message from the third party agent, letting you know, they’ve picked up the order and headed to your desitnation.
What I love is you can actual watch their destination in real time. Such a neat feature.
Once the driver arrives, they bring all the groceries to your front door.
And that’s it! Another life saving techinique.
Here’s me. I schedule my delivery during my early morning coffee. I didn’t even get out of my PJ’s. (There’s no shame there!)