I bought groceries online, but it took a while to get around to actually buying them.
Then I discovered a site that makes it simple to buy and sell groceries online without any real need for a store.
It’s called Grocery Checkout.
When you sign up, it’s like buying a gift card at a grocery store.
You pick a delivery location and you pay $20, which is a credit card charge.
But you can also pay with cash, check or debit card.
Grocery CheckOUT says it charges about $10 a day per person, or $2 per person per week.
If you use a credit or debit account, Grocery Cheque is your other option.
It costs $10 to use.
I got the free trial of Grocery Checks and Cheques, and the store was super helpful.
It’s a nice, friendly store, but there’s not a whole lot to shop there.
I paid a $10 annual membership fee for Grocery checks, and they don’t have the same kind of variety.
A month later, I bought a couple of items.
The first was a couple boxes of frozen peas from the Costco aisle, and I picked up a bag of carrots from the Walmart.
I didn’t bother to check the price, but GroceryCheque charged me $10.50 for the boxes of peas and carrots.
The second item was a pair of sunglasses from the same store.
I picked them up and took them back to the store, and there were two more boxes of sunglasses.
In fact, I paid GroceryCheckout $10 for the sunglasses and $5 for the groceries.
Grocerychecks.com was my new grocery destination, so that seemed pretty reasonable. But I didn