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    I bet a SmartDrive would make easy work of it. Left hand on cart, right hand tapping to start and stop the drive.
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    I agree about meats and produce but I've yet to be dissatisfied with the folks at Kroger. Re: deals I believe I've gotten way better deals using online coupons than in store. They know most people like to hand pick stuff so many places go a bit extra on the online deals, actually. E.g. I just got a coupon code last week for a 30% discount on my whole order from Kroger! There are regular online coupons that are typically better than the in store stuff in my experience.
    That's great. I don't bother with coupons. But for 30% off, I should start.

    You still have to go into the store to use the coupon, right? Or will it work with home delivery?

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    No! That is specially an online coupon code!! ONLY works online. Get lots of them every week for crap. I think that was a big Thanksgiving one. Punch in the code online when checking out.

    Quote Originally Posted by August West View Post
    That's great. I don't bother with coupons. But for 30% off, I should start.

    You still have to go into the store to use the coupon, right? Or will it work with home delivery?
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    I prefer the shopping carts. Pushing them has never been a problem. Hand positioning is the key plus, good rolling wheels.
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    I have done it before and was also surprised how easy it was. For me the trick was to save getting any heavy stuff for last.
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    Pushing a shopping cart is no big deal for me; one hand on the trolley grip bar and the other mobilising my chair. Articulated shopping and it is a lot of fun.
    Accessing product on the higher shelves is accomplished by asking for assistance and is a good opportunity to interact with people - I suppose I could take my grabber along with me
    Now, in wet weather, going down the ramp to the basement parking is another matter altogether and gets more interesting the larger the shop . The handrail provides a good braking link as does steering the trolley into the rail.
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