(NEW YORK) — The new website MySupermarket.com promises home-delivered groceries for a better cost than grocery, pharmacy, and big-box store shopping.
MySupermarket compares prices of 55,000 items from eight leading online stores: Amazon, Walmart, Target, Drugstore.com, Diapers.com, Walgreens, Soap.com and Costco.com.
Shoppers browse through name brand items on MySupermarket and the website searches for the lowest price from all eight retailers. The website lets consumers compare items by unit price, listing options from cheapest to most expensive.
Shoppers purchase online directly from the brand name company, not MySupermarket, requiring a one-time signup with any of the eight online stores.
Most of the eight stores include free shipping on orders exceeding $25 or $50 dollars, but according to the MySupermarket.com website, “If you checkout with a cart above $75 and we don’t find a way to eliminate all your shipping costs, we’ll reimburse any shipping fees remaining after shipping optimization.”
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Chris Isidore and Robert Mclean, CNN Newswire