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eidsvold Sun 12-Oct-08 06:52:21

a supermarket that delivers to our place....

Coles has expanded its delivery area and we can now get it delivered.

Where was this when I was stuck at home post 2nd c-section with dh at work and not able to drive.

Where was this when I had dd3 and I really just did not have the energy to drag around the shops?

BUT now when we have a mad week and I really do not have the time to spend getting shopping but the cupboards are bare - I can let my fingers do the shopping!!!

check here if they deliver for you

eidsvold Sun 12-Oct-08 06:55:07

and it is free delivery to 1st November. I notice when I tried to reserve a delivery spot - most were gone for start of week - probably everyone trying it out.

I might do it next week.

chloeb2002 Mon 13-Oct-08 01:19:17

not fair eids.. we are not covered.... angry still will enjoy the drive out i guess grin

Califrau Mon 13-Oct-08 04:40:31

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eidsvold Mon 13-Oct-08 06:54:44

oh chloe - you are probably too far for kensington and too far from arana hills.

I just know it would be really helpful on weeks where I just can't seem to fit it in without having to drag 3 dds out. Dh reckons it will stop my impulse buys smile

califrau - i love coles!! I actually drive past woolies to get to coles!!

chloeb2002 Tue 14-Oct-08 09:56:55

you never know eids when the new shiney one opens at strathpine maybe then??? Now if Aldis would delver id be fully set up!!!

eidsvold Tue 14-Oct-08 10:47:07

oh yeh - I can't wait for the new one at strathpine to open up then I can do an aldi and coles shop. At the moment going to two different shopping centres to do the groceries is a pain in the butt.

chloeb2002 Thu 16-Oct-08 00:50:59

Ditto eids... oh do you think that do nut sop would do home orders at some point too???? the one outside aldis?...grin

ghosty Thu 16-Oct-08 00:53:06

I blardy hate coles. too pricey and they are reducing their lines and putting their prices up (I have inside info) Safeway better.

chloeb2002 Thu 16-Oct-08 01:00:38

I think it depends what state you are in ghosty.. when i lived in NSW it was more expensive than woolies.. but in QLD it tends to be cheaper.. still not as cheap as aldis tho!

eidsvold Thu 16-Oct-08 05:26:28

funny you say that ghosty - cause coles is actually cheaper than woolies here. i have done my weekly shop at both and coles is consistently cheaper. Yet years ago I was a woolies shopper until things started getting too expensive.

No safeway for us to use.

eidsvold Thu 16-Oct-08 05:27:15

you never know chloe - you might be able to sneak it into the list. Perhaps the coles at westfield will have the bakery area!!

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