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Have you guys heard of this Alice before? If not, keep reading, because Alice.com will change the way your shop. Seriously.

At Alice.com, you can order your groceries online, and they ship them to your door.  Now, they don’t carry fresh items (like fruit or vegetables), but they have pretty much everything else you need for your house like Jet Dry, Magic Eraser, and diapers (that’s actually what I ordered on my last order).  They have a great deals section you need to make sure you check out.  I saved $5 on my first order, and I only ordered 5 things!  My favorite part though? You can set up alerts (which you choose) that will remind you to order more things like toilet paper, diapers, etc before you run out.  As a forgetful mom, I love that.  Nothing is worse than running out of detergent or diapers (and we’ve all been there!).  Your items ship right to your front door too!  You can see from the picture they come in a cute box that you definitely won’t miss.  There is no delivery charge either!  I live in the Chicago area, and the prices for me are pretty comparable to my local grocery stores.

On your first Alice order, you get $10 off too if you go there from my link either in this post or from the ad in my sidebar to the right.  How great is that?  You get to try Alice and save some money in the process!  Let me know what you think after you’ve tried it, but I know I’ll be having lots of my groceries delivered right to my door from now on!

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11 thoughts on “Alice.com”

  1. I loovvee alice.com! 😀 I actually haven't bought anything yet but it lets me go "shopping" while I'm just looking at different products. I will buy from them soon!

  2. I have never heard of this site but I think I'm going to check it out. I know a few older people who would need a service like this.

  3. I haven't heard of this site before, but I have heard of others like Peapod (Chicago area) and then Tesco in the UK also do the same thing.

    I think if you don't have transport, or it's not convenient to go to the store to get your groceries, it's a great way to shop.

  4. What a timesaver! I estimate that I spend at least two hours or more shopping for groceries and supplies for my family every week! The children do not like to go to the store with me and I have to either get a sitter or leave them with their dad which involves even more planning. If they get the prices down, which they should be able to do this is going to revolutionize shopping for my family. My new best friend's name may just be Alice! 😛

    I can only imagine how beneficial this will be for the elderly. I read that the inability to shop for food and household supplies causes a very large percentage to go into assisted care that might otherwise be able to stay in their own homes. This will be a huge moneysaver for taxpayers!

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Lisa Martin

Lisa Martin

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