Champaign Meijer now offering Curbside Service for Residents

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CHAMPAIGN – Meijer supercenters and grocery stores are now offering an online shopping service for curbside pick-up, with its first Illinois location serving the Champaign-Urbana area.

This new service allows customers to shop for their items online then pick them up curbside without leaving the car. Specially-trained team members select each item in a customer’s order and make selections based on the customer’s instruction and personal preferences.

With this online service, customers can shop for 75,000 of the most commonly shopped grocery and general merchandise items and place orders online at Meijer’s Curbside page.

Once they select items, they are asked to select a pick-up time between 7 AM and 9 PM daily. Meijer officials say orders of one to 12 items take as little as one hour to assemble, but orders over 12 require a scheduled pickup three hours from when the order was placed.

Orders can also be placed up to three days in advance.

Typically, the service has a service fee of $4.95 per order, but it is being waived for Champaign Meijer location shoppers until May 7.

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