More than 130,000 Mayo shoppers can now benefit from Aldi’s great prices online as its new Click and Collect service is available from its Castlebar store for the first time from today.
The customer-friendly convenient service involves Mayo shoppers choosing timeslots to arrive at dedicated Click and Collect points in store car parks, ordering groceries from Aldi’s full range of products online, then driving to Aldi’s Castlebar store where they can have their shopping brought to their car by store colleagues contact-free, in line with current social distancing rules.
The great news for Mayo shoppers comes as Aldi’s Click and Collect service expands across more stores around Ireland. Launching in February 2021, the service is now available in counties Dublin, Cork, Galway, Kildare, Limerick, Meath and Wicklow, offering customers greater flexibility and access to Aldi’s multi-award-winning range of quality products.
Niall O’Connor, Group Managing Director, Aldi Ireland, said: “Our new Click and Collect service has been growing from strength to strength since launching in February this year and, following very positive customer feedback, we’re now rolling it out to our Castlebar store. ”
“We are continuously looking at new ways we can improve customer experience with Aldi, and we’re delighted to offer even more ways for our customers to access our award winning and unbeatable value groceries, especially at this time with all of us continuing to live through the impact of the pandemic.”
For further details on how to order via Click and Collect, please go to Aldi’s website: https://groceries.aldi.ie/en-GB/Grocery-Click-and-Collect
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