Supermarket Kaufland opens online shop in Germany
The German hypermarket Kaufland, part of the Schwarz Gruppe which also owns Lidl and Handelshof, has opened an online shop in Germany. But for now, the online delivery service is only available in Berlin. The website will offer the same prices as in-store.
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Starting tomorrow, consumers in Berlin can order fruit and vegetables, but also diapers and office supplies on the Kaufland website and have the goods delivered at their homes. The entire product range isn’t available for selection, but at least 8,500 items are, Stimme.de writes.
Customers can have their goods delivered to their homes from Monday to Saturday between 7 and 22 in one-hour windows. In order to make use of the service, customers need to order goods with a total value of at least 40 euros. When they order for 100 euros of more, delivery is free. Orders received before midnight can be shipped the next day at 7 AM. Credit card, PayPal, debit or invoice are accepted.
Kaufland opens online shop in Poland?
First time customers will get a coupon and free shipping as an incentive to try the ecommerce service. The hypermarket chain is said to be considering launching an online shop in Poland as well.