Smith’s Marketplace employees, including E-Commerce Supervisor Manny Martinez, back row right, gear up for the kickoff of Smith’s new online shopping option: ClickList. Shoppers will be able to use the online feature starting Friday. Photo by Kirsten Lakey/ladailypost.com
Smith’s Marketplace is offering a new feature to make grocery shopping easier. So easy in fact that customers can shop from their couches and pick up their purchases without ever leaving their cars. This quick and easy shopping is offered through ClickList. The online service kicks off Friday.
Shoppers can access it by going to SmithsFoodandDrug.com/ClicklList. They will need to provide an email address and password to log in and they will need a Smith’s shopper’s card. Customers can order anything on the site excluding household items and apparel. Also, some seasonal items will not be available on the site.
Credit and debit cards are the only methods of payment. To celebrate ClickList’s inauguration, customers’ first three online orders will not be charged a fee. Afterward, shoppers will be charged $4.95. Purchases can be made as far in advance as three days or they can be made the same day as pick up. Same day orders can be picked up four hours later.
Right now, purchases can be entered starting at 8 a.m. After the holidays, orders can be entered starting at 7 a.m. Customers simply need to drive to the north pharmacy side of the grocery store and employees will put purchases in their cars.
“Our number one goal is to have (purchases) out to your car in five minutes,” ClickList E-Commerce Specialist Eric Funk said. “We have a 100 percent satisfaction guarantee.”
Funk added that all food items from frozen corn to milk will be kept in a temperature controlled environment before being delivered to shoppers’ cars. Another perk is the site will keep track of shoppers’ purchases and can make recommendations.