ClickList's store pickup has been a huge hit among parents for its convenience, and the delivery service brings that convenience factor to a whole new level.
Personally, I was floored by the ease of Kroger's delivery service. (And no, I was not paid by Kroger to write this review).
Most Kroger stores are huge, and I've come to dread the inconvenience of trekking across the entire store, especially when I only have a few items on my grocery list. The delivery service cuts out that trip.
I also found that Kroger's service is superior to other delivery grocery services that I've tried in the past. Other services tend to have longer delivery windows, and several times my groceries were left outside my door without my knowledge.
With Kroger, it was great to be able to track exactly where my groceries were and when they would arrive. And the Uber driver's offer to carry them to my kitchen counter made things even easier.
However — and this could be a big problem for Kroger — the price is to steep for me to use the service on regular basis, when I live only a couple miles from two different Kroger stores. If the price were cut in half, I would consider using this service for all my grocery shopping.