August 2013 update- it looks like Alice.com is in receivership and is no longer operating. If you have a question about the current status of Alice.com, you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Looking to simplify your grocery shopping and spend less time in the stores? If you find yourself in a grocery store several times a week for one or two forgotten items or if you just want to spend less time trolling the aisles, then setting up auto delivery through Alice.com might be a great solution for you. If you are new to Alice.com, it is an online grocery site for non-perishable grocery items. The online grocer has great prices, FREE delivery (when you spend $40), eCoupons to apply instantly to your order (no clipping) and no minimums. If you register as a new user, you will get $10.00 off your first order of $50.00, just click on their link : Alice.com. There is no special code that you need. Just by creating the free account, you will receive the $10 credit when your order reaches $50.00 or more. You don’t even need to spend the $50.00 all at once, Alice.com will keep track for you! If you factor in the time to drive to and from the store, coupon clipping and sorting before you go, coupon and comparison shopping inside the store, impulse purchases at the store (a big one), whiny kids, tired mom and you get my point. It’s a no-brainer to use Alice.com for your household necessities. When you first begin to build your list on the site, it takes a little time. The beauty of it is that Alice.com remembers what you order and helps you build you list for the next time, so each time you use the service it becomes easier and quicker. They also have an advanced planning feature that you can set up to have reminders sent to you so you never run out of toilet paper. (Never happened at my house, ha!) If you use this site to it’s fullest potential, you will only shop for produce, dairy, meat and frozen items. I have also found that I am a more careful shopper as I put the Alice.com items into my online cart. Take a look at Alice.com. I think their website is fun and easy to use, once you get the hang of it. If you don’t have time to complete your order, you can just save items to your cart and finish it later. If you choose to set up the auto-delivery feature, you can pause it at any time.