Amazon Fresh #marketfriday
We are self isolating as much as we can, due to the covid 19 outbreak. So for today's #marketfriday I'm using Amazon Fresh for the first time.
(I am at home 100%, poor Hubby still has to go to work. He is just going to work and then straight home though. And, it helps that they can stay a decent amount of space apart where he works. I don't love that he has to work right now, but it is what it is.)
I placed my order on March 17th but it can take up to three days for it to be delivered. The first time I tried to order, all three delivery days were filled up.
I decided to be sneaky. I stayed up late that night and placed my order just after midnight. Doing that meant Friday's, (today), delivery times had not been booked up yet.
The store shelves were pretty thin, if not empty the last time we went. It was nice to find most of what we need on Amazon Fresh.
I even managed to order some eggs for today. There were no eggs in sight at the store. I was actually pleasantly surprised by the pricing too. Some items costed more than I would typically pay but we are not going to get brand or sale selections at a time like this.
It's currently 7:40 AM. My order should be here between 8-10 AM. I plan to let this post sit until it arrives so I can let you know how it went. It will be interesting to see how it arrives. Will it be in bags like from the store, or in boxes...
It arrived at 9:22 AM and as you can see, in paper bags. I was very happy with how it was packed. The cold food, was cold. My only complaint, is they didn't ring my door bell. Since I was home and heard them it was not an issue. (I didn't go out to get it until they left.)
All in all, I am very happy with ordering groceries from Amazon Fresh and will do it again if needed.