Kroger now offering Waynesboro customers new Pickup service

krogerKroger recently launched its online-shopping service, Pickup, at its Waynesboro store, located at 245 Arch Avenue.

Pickup, formerly known as ClickList, offers customers the opportunity to shop online and pick up their groceries without ever having to enter the store.

“Many of our customers have told us that Pickup changed their grocery shopping experience for the better, which is why we’re so excited to now offer our Waynesboro customers the chance to complete their shopping online,” said Allison McGee, corporate affairs manager for Kroger Mid-Atlantic. “We know how busy life can get and that’s a big reason why we always strive to bring customers new time-saving solutions.”

With Pickup, customers select a time to pick up their order with at least four hours’ notice. Orders must be picked up at one of the designated Pickup parking spaces. Kroger offers more than 40,000 items through Pickup, including fresh meat, hot foods, sushi and produce. Virginia law prohibits tobacco products and pharmacy prescriptions from being sold through Pickup. Gift cards also cannot be sold through Pickup.

Kroger waives the $4.95 service charge for customer’s first three orders and no minimum purchase is required. The Pickup service at the Arch Avenue store allows customers to use paper coupons from their car, a new convenience that saves even more time for customers.

Kroger began online ordering nearly three years ago in the Mid-Atlantic Division, which includes stores in Virginia, West Virginia, Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee.  A total of 80 stores now offer Pickup in the Mid-Atlantic Division.

For more information on Pickup, visit the website

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