Sainsbury’s ‘click and collect’ service planned for underground stations

Published on: 10th June 2014

The supermarket is the latest chain to announce it is launching a shopping collection service at Underground stations from next month.Sains-logo

The seven stations chosen for the launch of Sainsbury’s ‘click and collect’ service include Leytonstone, Loughton, Debden and South Woodford. Customers who place their orders before 1pm can collect it the same day.

Asda was the first to join the scheme last year before Tesco and Waitrose signed up in January of this year.

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