[bactttoma] online supermarket shopping. Is it accessible?

  • From: steven taylor <steven_taylor10@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: bactttoma@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 26 May 2010 15:01:31 +1000

Has anyone used online supermarket shopping services?

Well, if you haven't I don't understand why.

Check out this completely accessible website and it's not the only accessible supermarket website out there and no Brent isn't slipping me any cash under the table for this recommendation, although I wouldn't mind some, hint, hint, wink, wink.

https://www.homeshop.com.au/website/index.jsp

Just register online type in your postcode and suburb and add items to your trolley without bumping your trolley in to others, or shelves, or having to deal with people standing and gossiping all over the place.

There are quite a few sub lists here, you can create your own list, all the specials appear online, and most stores have a home delivery services, what's more, those which don't allow you to book a pick up time.

You can choose by product, by brand, by price, by item, increase the quantity of items, and all the way along, you are told the gust for each item you add to your shopping trolley.

What's more, you don't have to reach up to high shelves, don't have to put your hands in to cold freezer units, don't have to put up with screaming children, or people suddenly moving stuff from one place to the next, and not to mention, the old ladies standing around gossiping.

What's more, no waiting in line at the check outs, no annoying price check for register 9, no such things as a closed register, and you can use credit card, debit card and or pay pal to pay for the items.

Note, you will have to pay online even for a pick up to happen, well, it's either that or take your shopping list you printed off to your local woolworths/safeways store and pay the transaction there.

What's more most stores provided you order more than 30 dollars of stuff will do a free delivery and you can nominate a time for the delivery to happen, be warned, deliveries may be late on account drivers are delivering other shopping and traffic conditions.

What's more you can track your order, be notified via email or sms if a listed item isn't in stock, there's no coins needed for the trolleys, no broken trolleys wanting to go in every direction, no parking hassles, no mess and yes you can check the dates on all products as you shop.

At any time, you can ask for a sub total, you can even buy your tobacco and alcohol here and you can take an item out without having to worry about finding where exactly you got it from in the store in the first place.

Once at the check out you simply ask for the full total, nominate your preferred method of transaction, pay the full total and you are told the full gust amount and you can also print off the order as well.

So next time you want to go supermarket shopping, why not give this website a go, it's totally accessible and user friendly and you won't need a credit card as you can book a pick up and pay using your ordinary tam card when you physically show up at your nearest store.

Happy chocolate eating and coffee drinking.

Steven.


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