You knew the traditional Drive offered by supermarkets: you place your order online and you come to withdraw your shopping a few minutes or hours later, by car, near the entrance of your store. Now customers in Belgium can have a service with the same mechanism but this time you dont need the car.

What is a Walk-in Drive ?

The Walk-in Drive is a bit of a pedestrian drive. “The customer orders online and then picks up his errands on foot in the pick-up point. Orders are prepared upstream, in a warehouse, the consumer has access to a large number of references Carrefour (10,000, instead of 4 500 in a Carrefour Express). All at the price of the hypermarket, including promotions. This new offer does not replace the other options for the customer (delivery in particular), but corresponds to a new service. It is the customers who decide when they want to come to withdraw their products, “says the chain of stores.

A service that is currently available only within the Carrefour Express located rue Froissart 93 1000 Brussels. “Customers wishing to collect their shopping in the first Walk-in Drive in Belgium must place their order via the website or the Carrefour app (App Store or Google Play) and choose the Walk-in Drive. When the order is finalized, they choose the withdrawal window “, adds Carrefour, which states that” the order can be placed before noon, from Monday to Saturday. The minimum order amount is 30 euros. Purchases will be available in stores from 16 hours.

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