Coles Online thanks customers with free home delivery

Coles Online is offering free home delivery for the rest of the month.

This is to thank customers for a 30 per cent increase in sales over the last financial year.

Starting today, Coles Online customers who spend more than $100 in one transaction and place their order by 30 September can have their groceries delivered straight to their door or kitchen bench without having to pay a delivery fee.

Customers who choose to receive their groceries through Click & Collect will also be able to save $10 off their groceries if they spend $150 or more and place their order by 10 October.

Karen Donaldson, General Manager of Coles Online, says customers had really embraced Coles Online over the past year.

“As the weather warms up, we know customers want to get out and enjoy themselves, so we are helping do the grocery shopping for them by offering big savings and great deals when they shop online,” Ms Donaldson said.

“Not only has Coles increased our Click & Collect locations to more than 1,000 across Australia, we have made significant investments in the technology behind our home delivery service to reduce delivery times for customers.

“We now have more delivery slots available for customers to choose from and shorter delivery windows which means they can plan to spend more of their day out of the house.

“We’ve also simplified our delivery fees to make online grocery shopping more convenient for customers, who have busy lives and are looking for ways to save time and money.”

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