An important update, before we get started: Kroger’s ClickList service is now called Pickup. It works essentially the same where you can place your order online and enjoy curbside pickup. The only big change is that there is now a delivery option! I’ve yet to try this, but it’s only $9.95, as opposed to $4.95 for pickup.
I have been a huge fan of Kroger’s ClickList (now Pickup) service for many reasons. It saves time because you don’t have to go into the store to shop for your groceries and check out. It’s convenient because you can shop from home, as you build your menu list for the week and see what you need from your pantry. I’ve found it also saves money because it absolutely eliminates impulse purchases (this also encourages more healthful, mindful shopping and spending).
A year ago, I decided to launch this post which captures all the best Pickup (formerly ClickList) offers, deals, and highlights in one place. In general, I update it once or twice a month to keep with current offers.
Getting Started with Pickup (formerly ClickList)
If you are completely new to ClickList, wait! You should read my post on how to get started with ClickList first, just so you understand the nuts and bolts. After that, you might want to read my post of FAQs I get about ClickList (can I use coupons? but do they give you good produce?).
When you’re ready to give it a try (and I do hope you will!), just head on over to Pickup to see if there’s a participating Kroger store near you. In my neck of the woods, there is a Fred Meyer store. But you might have it at your Kroger, QFC, King Soopers, or other Kroger-chain store.
You might also find it helpful to read a post I wrote called How to Place a ClickList Order (from start to finish). If you like step-by-step help, make sure to check out that post!