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Sixty60 promises lightning-fast delivery of 10 000 Checkers Hyper products with launch of all-new app

Checkers Sixty60 is beta testing the new and improved version of its app, enabling customers to shop for over 10 000 larger Hyper products, with same day delivery scheduled within a 60-minute time slot. 

With a new fleet of eye-catching Hyper delivery vans, Checkers Sixty60’s product offering now extends beyond groceries to include larger items, ranging from camping and outdoor gear to small appliances, baby products, toys, kitchen and home electronics, gardening and pool equipment - all at supermarket prices. 

Delivery is free during beta testing and will remain free for Xtra Savings Plus subscribers.

“We’re confident that the next iteration of Sixty60 will again disrupt online retail in South Africa. Our precision delivery promise means no more waiting at home all day for your general merchandise order to arrive. Customers can now choose the 60-minute time slot in which they’d like their Hyper delivery to arrive, with the same to-the-minute driver tracking they’ve become accustomed to on their grocery orders.”

- Neil Schreuder, Chief of Strategy and Innovation for the Shoprite Group

 Sixty60 promises lightning-fast delivery of 10 000 Checkers Hyper products with launch of all-new app.

The new Sixty60 app is currently available to customers who live in the following areas in Cape Town: Kuils River, Brackenfell, Durbanville, Bellville, Goodwood, Edgemead, Milnerton, Century City, Table View, Blouberg, Parklands, Rondebosch, Observatory, Gardens, Sea Point and Camps Bay.

As with the launch of Checkers Sixty60 in 2019, the national rollout will follow a phased approach after Beta testing to ensure a seamless customer experience.

  • Precise delivery timeslot takes guesswork out of online shopping
  • Bigger range of departments, from pool cleaners to prams
  • New delivery vans added to existing fleet
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