Ordering Groceries Online

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Ordering Groceries Online

Postby ppnqq » Mon Apr 18, 2011 4:53 pm

Any of you tried ordering groceries such as vegetables, fish, poultry and other necessities from our local supermarkets before?

Can share which one you ordered from, how much is the service/delivery charges (I believe there is) and are the food items fresh? TIA.

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Postby autumn82 » Mon Apr 18, 2011 5:07 pm

I've been ordering dry stuffs from NTUC mthly for 3-4yrs+, but only recently then they started bringing a little fresh foods. I didn't try getting the fresh veggies from them, only bought frozen stuffs.

Still prefer to go to the supermarket and select :wink:

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Postby b2b3m4 » Tue Apr 19, 2011 9:16 am

autumn82,
The pricing still work out to be the same when u order online?

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Postby ppnqq » Tue Apr 19, 2011 9:25 am

autumn82 wrote:I've been ordering dry stuffs from NTUC mthly for 3-4yrs+, but only recently then they started bringing a little fresh foods. I didn't try getting the fresh veggies from them, only bought frozen stuffs.

Still prefer to go to the supermarket and select :wink:


Thank you for the feedback. May I know if there's any service or delivery charges? How much is that?

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Postby ppnqq » Tue Apr 19, 2011 9:26 am

Is there any others who are ordering groceries online too can share your experience and feedback pls? TIA.

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Postby autumn82 » Tue Apr 19, 2011 9:34 am

b2b3m4 wrote:autumn82,
The pricing still work out to be the same when u order online?


Yup, same pricing and promotion items as when u head to the stores. :wink:

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Postby autumn82 » Tue Apr 19, 2011 9:37 am

ppnqq wrote:
autumn82 wrote:I've been ordering dry stuffs from NTUC mthly for 3-4yrs+, but only recently then they started bringing a little fresh foods. I didn't try getting the fresh veggies from them, only bought frozen stuffs.

Still prefer to go to the supermarket and select :wink:


Thank you for the feedback. May I know if there's any service or delivery charges? How much is that?


Yup, there's a delivery charge of $10 for order amount $60 & below and $7 for order amount above $60, excluding gst yet.

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Postby ppnqq » Tue Apr 19, 2011 9:44 am

autumn82 wrote:
ppnqq wrote:
autumn82 wrote:I've been ordering dry stuffs from NTUC mthly for 3-4yrs+, but only recently then they started bringing a little fresh foods. I didn't try getting the fresh veggies from them, only bought frozen stuffs.

Still prefer to go to the supermarket and select :wink:


Thank you for the feedback. May I know if there's any service or delivery charges? How much is that?


Yup, there's a delivery charge of $10 for order amount $60 & below and $7 for order amount above $60, excluding gst yet.


I see, thank you. :D

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Postby autumn82 » Tue Apr 19, 2011 9:55 am

ppnqq wrote:
autumn82 wrote:
ppnqq wrote:
autumn82 wrote:I've been ordering dry stuffs from NTUC mthly for 3-4yrs+, but only recently then they started bringing a little fresh foods. I didn't try getting the fresh veggies from them, only bought frozen stuffs.

Still prefer to go to the supermarket and select :wink:


Thank you for the feedback. May I know if there's any service or delivery charges? How much is that?


Yup, there's a delivery charge of $10 for order amount $60 & below and $7 for order amount above $60, excluding gst yet.


I see, thank you. :D


Welcome~ :D

CS & Meidiya also offers delivery for fresh food items but Meidiya's prices, hmm... burns a hole in your pocket. :p

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