Meijer to offer free pickup on orders of $50 or more

Meijer shoppers using the supermarket delivery and pick-up service can now pay the same prices for groceries as in-store shoppers and receive a fee break.

Sales items were not previously included, but customers could select items that were offered at a special price on their digital platform. For example, customers can now choose $ 10 for 10 promotions plus weekly sales, both on delivery and on Meijer home pickup.

The Grand Rapids-based retailer said the changes, which will go into effect immediately, will be more affordable for customers Options to shop safely for the holidays, according to a press release. Grocery delivery and collection demand increased during the pandemic as shoppers became concerned about the COVID-19 risks in stores.

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The supermarket is now offering its free Meijer pick-up service for orders over $ 50. Previously, Meijer Pickup had a fee of $ 4.95 per order. The fee still applies to orders under $ 50.

The delivery of groceries via the Shipt shopping service via Meijer.com will continue $ 9.95 per order.

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“This is the latest in our efforts to adapt our digital services to help customers manage their lives during the pandemic and further improve the Meijer shopping experience,” said Derek Steele, vice president of customer strategy, in a press release. “We believe that the personalized service combined with the freshness and variety that our stores offer provides the digital solution that many of our customers are looking for in these challenging times.”

Meijer also plans to hire an additional 10-15 team members in each store in anticipation of an increase in orders.

You can apply as a personal shopper at https://jobs.meijer.com/.

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