THG Thankful Thursday

    THG Thankful Thursday

     

    This Thursday, we are thankful for Hy-Vee Aisles On-line.  With not enough hours in any given day, it is a blessing to be able to shop for groceries on-line; waiting at school or practice, over your lunch break at work, or anytime you have a few minutes to log-in via computer or phone app.   Make grocery, pantry, household or health and beauty item selections and schedule them to be delivered within a one hour window or to be picked up at a time that you designate.  Here’s how it works:

    Shop from where you want, when you want!  

    Just sign-up online, selecting your preferred store.  You can view your local weekly ad and special flyers.  In addition, you can link your Fuel Saver + Perks card to not only collect all that free fuel savings, but to also allow you to filter your account by “What I Buy”.

    Shopping online is set up just like shopping in the store.  Virtually walk through the store, filling your cart with fresh items like produce, eggs and deli meats and cheeses. Move on to pantry staples like canned vegetables, pastas and snacks. Grab a few frozen pizzas, chicken breasts and some ice cream. You can also select needed household goods, pet supplies, and health and beauty items.  Sub-categories in each department and a search bar allow you to select specific items to add to your cart.

    The best part is that you can create a shopping list of items that you purchase regularly for quick access.  To add a favorite list, just click the heart icon.  The website provides many ways to create, add to and update your lists as well as tips for shopping.

    Stuck for what to make for dinner this week??  Yyou can search Hy-Vee.com for new recipes to enjoy.  It will even help you by allowing you to select the recipe ingredients and add them to your virtual cart.

    A few years ago, this was a novelty.  Today, this is a service that is being offered by more and more store chains, including on-line markets.  It caters to those of us who want to maximize on the moments that are less productive so that we can provide a home cooked meal on those rare occasions when we find ourselves all home, at the same time, and can sit with our families and enjoy a meal, catch up, and engage in some conversation.  Not the days of old, but a nice option to help us get closer!

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