Meijer expands home delivery across Midwest with store pick-up
Meijer’s home delivery program is expanding.
The Grand Rapids, Mich.-based company announced that the program will now feature a pickup option in stores across the Midwest.
Meijer’s Home Delivery and Pickup orders are fulfilled by Shipt and available in 227 supercenters across six states.
“Customers are always looking for ways to manage busy schedules and maximize their time, so we believe offering pickup enhances our Meijer Home Delivery program, especially around the holiday shopping season,” Keith Rothstein, group vice president of merchandise services, said. “Being able to choose between store-to-door delivery and pickup is another personalized option that ultimately makes it easier than ever to shop at our stores.”
The pickup service is included as part of the Meijer Home Delivery membership, in which shoppers can order online, keep track of their total basket, note any preferences, choose between pickup and delivery, and pick their preferred delivery window, the company said.
Everything from fresh produce and groceries to such daily essentials as diapers, cases of water, pet food, electronics, school supplies and health and beauty care items are featured in the service.
Shoppers can sign up for service, which carries a $99 yearly fee and features unlimited deliveries on orders over $35, on the company’s website.
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