I've been hearing about ClickList at Kroger for a while. Every time I shop, I notice the pick-up area and I've thought about trying it several times. What is ClickList? It's a life-changing way of grocery shopping. You simply order online(or through the Kroger app) and pick up your order at a desginated time. A ClickList worker will bring your groceries out to you and load them in your car. You don't have to get out of the car at all!
This past week, I've been sick. Like not leave the house sick. The thought of trying to go grocery shopping sure didn't make me feel better. Then I stumbled across these coupons for free items when you use Click List. That sold me. I was ready to try it out!
Last night, I sat down and made an order. I really didn't need all that much, but I did want to stock up on Kroger water since there was a digital coupon available and this way, I didn't have to load it in a cart and then load it into my car. That sounded worth it to me. I also added the free items and the $10 off $50 coupon when you use ClickList. Plus, I also added this coupon for free Perrier and Talenti gelato when you spend $50 or more. I selected a pick-up time for today.
When I arrived at Kroger during my pick-up time, I pulled into one of the spots and called the number. They asked for my name and within a few minutes, a friendly Kroger employee was at my car window with my order and receipt. They'd made a few substitutions which were fine with me, and I paid. She loaded my groceries in my car, wished me a nice day and off I went!
It was SO EASY! Never have I shopped for groceries this easily. I can see myself doing this over and over. ALL of my digital coupons worked properly and I asked about using paper coupons. She said just to tell them when you call to say you're there that you have some paper coupons and they'll take them for you with no problem at all! Like I said -- this could be life changing!
Moms, if shopping with toddlers is a nightmare, this is a way to make it easy on yourself. When my kids were little, I would have gladly paid a fee to shop this way. I can see this being helpful to so many people--those with chronic illnesses or disabilities as well as busy moms and dads. I also think shopping this way could keep me on a budget. I'd only get what I ordered instead of all the extra stuff I seem to think I need when I'm in the store!
Those were my free items. The Propel was something I won on one of the Kroger instant win games. The rest can be found in the coupon links above.