Profitt Report: How the new Meijer home delivery service works
If grocery shopping is one chore too many, there’s a new service that could free up some time. Across mid-Michigan, Meijer stores are teaming up with Shipt, a home delivery service.
For $99 per year, you can go to either the Shipt website or download their smartphone app and select the items you’d like to buy.
You can also add notes to your list. Say you want five brown bananas and two green: they can accommodate that.
Personal shoppers will be in contact with you either via text or phone call to ask questions if something isn’t clear and to make sure you didn’t forget to add something to your list. However, if you’d prefer no contact with your shopper, that’s alright, too.
Delivery is free as long as the order is more than $35. Extra charges might apply for items that are big and bulky, such as a television.
You can order groceries anytime of the day and select a preferred one-hour window to receive your goods.
Home delivery is available at Meijer stores in Genesee, Saginaw, Bay, Midland and Lapeer counties.
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