Tuesday, July 28, 2015

AmazonPrimePantry

internet groceries
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15 comments:

J said...

Good idea. That's likely the fastest and least expensive way to get less common food items out there. Extra bonus is that it's delivered to you!

shawn said...

Son lives in Dallas. 2 hour delivery with prime. Quicker than going to the store.

Sam Finn said...

Yum ... what time is dinner?

Dale said...

A few treats for the sweet tooth and a side of rice, lol works for me.

Margery Bills said...

Me too.

Rob said...

From reading the other comments going on-line to Amazon and having your food delivered to you doesn't strike anyone but me as a little bit odd?

The world changes I guess ... or maybe ordering your groceries & having them delivered is a normal thing that I have never seen before?

Something new for me!

JohnnyM said...

The guy in long term care across the hall from my brother uses peapod.
Fred was interested in the large delivery! Maybe now he will get online.

Ronald Mahan said...
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Ronald Mahan said...




Home delivery of grocery store items was popular - over 70 years ago in Tomball, Texas. Just proves that good ideas never really die forever. I was too young to drive the delivery van - both not too young to move the groceries from the delivery van to purchaser's home.

Margery Bills said...

Years ago I ordered some good food and drugstore items online. I very rarely shop in stores for clothing items anymore--all online from one company - Landsend.

grinder said...
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grinder said...

Once you spend the $99.99 Amazon Prime is a great deal. But I have form joining for fear of buying a lot of junk I don't really need. My daughter buys 50 lbs bags of dogfood via Prime and says it saves her lugging them in form the trunk of her car.

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Zole said...

Amazon Prime is a godsend, especially for anyone who is physically unable to get out.
Once you add up the benefits and the unmatched customer service, it's a no brainer to pay the $99 per year!

Margery Bills said...

TY Grinder about Prime and dog food. I still get the lugging exercise. The prices at the warehouse (SAMs or Costco) are so much lower.

James Beach said...

Tried to order once through pantry but most items can't be sent to a PO Box, even ones that aren't perishable and can be ordered through "regular" Amazon. I need to find Manny one day and tell him where I am!