Technology Makes Shopping a Comfort

Many people enjoy the luxury of technology and the comfort that it provides. One way they enjoy it is by using technology to access the internet to order groceries.

Going grocery shopping can be a headache. People bumping into you, leaving carts in the middle of the aisle, and don’t forget those long check-out lines. However, you won’t have to worry about these things if you ordered the groceries online. Many stores have a service that allows their customers to order groceries online, and then have them delivered to the customer’s home.

Can you imagine a day full of stress? Maybe you need to finish a term paper or a project at work, your feet hurt from walking around, it’s hot outside, and you still need to go grocery shopping. But, you remember that all you need to do is use your technology to access “Click ‘n’ Pull.”

Tallahassee’s Sam’s Club offers this service to their customers. “Click ‘n’ Pull,” according to their website, is a service that allows them to shop for you. All you have to do is “simply submit your order online before 5 p.m., and we’ll [Sam’s Club] have your items ready to pick up at your local Club the next day.”

Now, even though Sam’s Club does not deliver, customers still enjoy this service. Gwen Boarders, a Sam’s card member sure does.

“Sometimes I just do not feel like dealing with all the hustle and bustle of grocery shopping. It is very relaxing to know that I can just order the groceries and go pick them up. It helps me to bypass all the headaches,” said Boarders.

The “Click ‘n’ Pull” service is available to all Sam’s Club members. All a member needs to do is visit the Sam’s Club website, and click on the “Click ‘n’ Pull” icon. By clicking on this icon it will direct the customer to the online store.

Within the online store the customer can create a shopping list, and check what items are in stock. When a customer finds the items that they need, they will place it in their shopping cart and then proceed to check out. Later, Sam’s Club will notify the customer when their groceries are ready.

“Even though I don’t have a Sam’s card I would consider getting one to use the “Click ‘n’ Pull” service,” said Tim Keeley. Keeley also admitted that the service would allow him to enjoy the pleasures of being lazy, an adjective that technology has made many people accustomed to being sometime.