I have used Hy-Vee grocery pick up and Instacart to pick up at Cub Foods. I hadn't used either pre-pandemic but will probably continue at least occasionally post-pandemic. Hy-Vee gives you regular receipts to scan in to use for Ibotta.
I'm a little hesitant to do so... Have not tried it yet.
I do online grocery shopping for my dad and my aunt picked it up... And we love it.
The delivery fees are too much I keep saying that it would help me but I can’t do it. I can use that delivery fee for food
I haven’t. I thought about trying Walmart, but I was worried my accounts would not synchronize up. I also have heard that you don’t always get what you want.
My neighbor gave us a bag of potatoes. She had ordered two, 2, potatoes, but got two bags! Worked out for us!
I can’t scan items to verify they qualify for offers either.
I’m a control freak. Lol!!
Not yet. I actually find shopping kind of therapeutic. It’s my quiet time in the store as I work my deals. I’m afraid if I did online grocery, I might not get the best deals, the produce that I would approve of, or the brands I wanted. If I were busier, I might consider it for some items but I have no plans to try it.
I've used Walmart pick up several times, with mixed results. 2 of my 3 times Ibotta missed rebates and I had to file tickets
I have and for the most part, love it. Walmart, Target and Krogers I’m a regular online order and curb pickup.
I have! And I love the ease of earning cashback from home.