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Online Grocery Shopping - Does anyone let you do a 'regular' order in just a few clicks?

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whippet Thu 23-Jun-11 22:49:56

We normally use Tesco, and I know you can repeat a last order, and reorder favourites etc, but sometimes that still takes a long time to alter/ faff around.

What I'd really like is to be able to set up an order which had all the things I buy every order, so e.g.

- 2 loaves bread
- 9 loo rolls
- chicken breasts
- butter


I reckon 80% of my order is the same every time, so if I could 'one-click' all this stuff in, then I could just add the extras.

Do any of the other stores do anything like this? Or allow you to set up a meal planner with ingredients etc?

WhoKnowsWhereTheTimeGoes Thu 23-Jun-11 22:54:32

Not sure about menu planning, but Ocado lets you keep lists and just reload all your favorites into the trolley. Haven't really explored this facility though, I do mine from a paper list still. You can also have a prepaid delivery pass for as many deliveries as you like and prebook a slot for the same shopping list to be delivered at the same time every week

whippet Thu 23-Jun-11 22:57:24

ooh - that sounds interesting!
I just need to find a way to make the shopping bit quicker....Tesco still seems to take ages, and I usually get bored and then we don't end up with what we really need!

WhoKnowsWhereTheTimeGoes Thu 23-Jun-11 23:00:05

Ocado has an IPhone/IPad app which is very useful too, you just set up a pin no so you don't have to faff about with userid and password every time.

FooffyShmoofferschinhair Thu 23-Jun-11 23:00:59

Asda do a shopping list facility that enables you to set up a weekly list of all your usuals and a monthly list for .. well.. monthly usuals. It's probably a ball ache to set up but once things are on the list just click whole list and it chucks it all in your trolley smile

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