Edmonton is one of the first markets in Canada to have the Click and Collect service from Superstore, available to consumers.
How much does it cost? The affordable click and collect service starts at $3 and goes up to $5 during peak hours, and is in my opinion, well worth the cost. When we go grocery shopping we easily lose a an hour to grocery shopping when we head into the store. Think about how many other more exciting (and productive) things we could be doing other than shopping.
How does it work? You choose what you want, and can even make special requests for certain items. Then, order pickers will choose the items in the store and assemble them for you to pick up when the order has been completed.
This just made the whole ‘Honey, can you grab a couple of things on the way home from work’ just a whole lot easier and changed the way that we have the option to get groceries here in Edmonton.
Four locations in Edmonton are available: South Common, St. Albert, Stony Plain and and Spruce Grove. Soon, the service is going to come to Calgary Trail, Sherwood Park, Whitemud and Castle Downs.
The system is easy to use, you simply go to the website, choose a pick up time and start choosing items. If you’re shopping the store, I would bet that you pick the same things every week, for the most part. You can do that online, by choosing ‘my favorites’ items to streamline the service and make it even easier to order.
We live in Sherwood Park but I have to run an errand at South Edmonton Common tonight for an errand, shopping through the Superstore website saves us time, allowing us to run into the store to pick up our order, in an out in minutes, rather than having to walk through and choose the items ourselves.
Is that worth the $5 premium pick up charge? Absolutely. Start shopping at shop.superstore.ca to try out the service