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Pick n Pay launches new online shopping website

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Pick n Pay has unveiled its new online shopping website, which is designed to work alongside its mobile app. The updated online shop aims to provide an accessible shopping experience for customers on the move, said Pick n Pay.

The new website boasts a number of improvements, including better search and navigation, improved product information, faster checkout, and more delivery options.

Online shoppers can also create shopping lists and view their purchase history, making it easy to add previously-bought items to their trolley.

Pick n Pay online shopping offers over 15,000 products from Monday to Saturday until 20:00. Shoppers can also collect their groceries from selected Pick n Pay stores across South Africa.

The collection service means their groceries are picked, packed, and waiting for them in the store at a time they have chosen.

Customers who purchase products from the website will also receive free delivery on all orders until 31 October 2017.


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