This post was sponsored by Walmart, however all opinions are entirely my own.
I don’t hate grocery shopping; I occasionally like to browse the aisles and check out new products, when I’m not in a rush or have my son in tow. It never fails that my son is hungry while he’s grocery shopping with me, and he needs (or wants) one of everything. I especially don’t like grocery shopping during the holidays. The stores are generally much more crowded; there are holiday themed sweet treats every where, many of which are hard to pass up. My least favorite time to grocery shop is when I’m in my first trimester of pregnancy (right now). Not only are the stores more crowded due to the holidays this time of year, but my hormones are raging and I’m battling horrendous morning sickness (aka all-day sickness). The weirdest smells seem to set of my gag-reflex and before I know it, I’m trying to make it to the closest restroom. With my son Gabe, the smell of dog food made me sick. This time around it’s meat, any and all meat products. If I’m lucky enough to make it to a restroom, I face the awkward dilemma of finding the least germ-y location to brace my hands. Walmart Curbside Grocery Pickup is a game changer for busy (or sick) parents like myself, who can’t or don’t want to battle a crowded grocery store. It’s almost physically impossible for me to shop, so Walmart Curbside Grocery Pickup is a great alternative. What’s that? You didn’t know about Walmart Curbside Grocery Pickup? Read ahead to find out more about the service and which locations currently have it available.
Walmart has made it incredibly easy to place an order. You can create a Walmart account or use an existing Walmart.com account. You can select an allotted time to pick-up your groceries at a specified Walmart location.
You need to search this link to find the closest Walmart location with Walmart Curbside Grocery Pickup.
You can beat the crowds during peak hours/days, stick to a budget/shopping list, and get the same Walmart low prices that you would get in-store. I can think of many reasons that online grocery ordering and pickup from Walmart would make my life easier.
- Avoid impulse purchases that are often made in stores
- Stick to a grocery budget and my weekly meal plan
- Avoid waiting in checkout lines
- I don’t have to take my son to the grocery store with me
- I have more time to spend doing something I need to do or enjoy doing
There are no hidden fees for using Walmart Curbside Grocery Pickup and you can find the same everyday low prices that you see in-store. The pickup process only takes several minutes. Walmart also guarantees that they’ll pick the freshest items or you can get your money back.
When you head to Walmart during your scheduled pick up time, look for signs similar to these:
You can dial the number located on the signs and let them know that you’re there for pick-up. The groceries are delivered to your car and they can even load them. It’s the simplest way to grocery shop.
Store locations in central Kentucky that currently offer curbside pickup:
4051 Nicholasville Rd.
Lexington, KY 40503
2350 Grey Lag Way
Lexington, KY 40509
112 Osbourne Way
Georgetown, KY 40324
1024 N Main St.
Nicholasville, KY 40356
What would you spend your extra time on if you didn’t have to go shopping in the grocery store? I hope you’ll check out Walmart Curbside Grocery Pickup location near you and become a #GroceryHero.