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Quick question about online supermarket shopping

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AngelDog Mon 15-Jun-15 21:52:38

If your local(ish) big supermarket doesn't sell a particular item, can you still order it online as part of a big grocery order? I know they usually pick items from a nearish store.

Rivercam Mon 15-Jun-15 21:55:13

It depends on the supermarket. Some supermarkets have warehouses that only cater for online shopping.

IHaveBrilloHair Mon 15-Jun-15 21:56:33

It depends where the delivery comes from.
My small town has a really small Tesco, yet I can get lots of different/interesting ingredients as the delivery comes from a huge store.

TheMoa Mon 15-Jun-15 21:56:46

Our Tesco delivers from a store 15 miles away, as the local one doesn't do deliveries.

When you log in, it tells you what's available.

Bunbaker Mon 15-Jun-15 22:02:29

Just check online. My Tesco orders are picked from the large one 8 miles away and I can order far more than I can buy from my local store 4 miles away.

ZeroFunDame Mon 15-Jun-15 22:05:34

I know Sainsburys pick from a local store. Dreadful system.

Ocado doesn't have stores so the problem doesn't arise.

AngelDog Tue 16-Jun-15 18:07:30

Thanks very much, everyone. smile

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