Shopper is a service that automates the process of buying more monthly prices for the user, without having to leave home to go to the supermarket. The online platform sells different types of products, and makes free home deliveries on purchases starting at R $ 249,91.
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You can schedule delivery and set up a monthly basket of products, and change it when you wish. Shopper is available from the site (shopper) or in applications for Android and iPhone (iOS) phones. Find out below how Shopper works and how to shop at the online supermarket.
Shopper delivers home goods at below average Photo: Reproduction / Pixabay
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Shopper is a system for automatically replenishing household consumption items from a user-defined basket of products that is delivered to the home on a monthly basis by date and time. The site provides non-perishable food, hygiene and cleaning products, pet food, beverages, craft beers, and other product categories.
The company is able to deliver below average prices for not having physical stores. Shopper does not work with inventory, so products are purchased directly from suppliers only after the order has been placed by the customer. Thus, costs such as turnover and product waste are avoided.
Purchases can be made with credit card from various brands, such as Mastercard, Visa, Elo, Amex, Discover, JCB, Diners, among others. The amount of the purchase is debited seven days before delivery, and you can schedule it according to the date you want your card charged.
Shopper accepts credit card as payment for purchases Photo: Pond5
Shopper does not charge shipping fees for purchases starting at $ 100. Orders below the minimum include a shipping fee of $ 9.90, regardless of where the delivery is to be made. To make purchases, just make a quick registration on the site, assemble your basket, finalize the order and wait for delivery. Canceling or suspending the delivery service is permitted at no additional charge.
As the service proposes to automate the grocery shopping process, Shopper sends emails or SMS to remind you of the next delivery, so users can change the basket if necessary. To change your cart, simply search for the products you want to purchase and add them to the basket, or remove the ones you don't want to buy in ms. It is also possible to change the delivery date, suspend purchase or cancel the service monthly, up to seven days before the scheduled delivery time.
How to register and start shopping at Shopper
Step 1. To make your registration, go to the site (shopper.br) and press the option "Register" in the upper right corner of the screen;
Create a new account Photo: Reproduction / Gabrielle Ferreira
Step 2. In the next window, choose between registering by email or Facebook. For this tutorial, we will use the "Register with Email" option;
Continue registration via email or Facebook Photo: Reproduction / Gabrielle Ferreira
Step 3. Then enter your personal information in the blank fields, such as zip code, first and last name, mobile, and email. Also create a new password. Proceed to "Continue with Email" to create the account;
Enter your personal details and continue registration Photo: Reproduo / Gabrielle Ferreira
Step 4. To buy a product and put it in the shopping basket, simply go to the search bar and enter the desired product name. Then press "Search";
Search for the desired product Photo: Reproduo / Gabrielle Ferreira
Step 5. If you want to compare different products, you can navigate between pre-established categories. To do this, simply select a category presented by the site below the search bar;
Browse product categories Photo: Reproduction / Gabrielle Ferreira
Step 6. Add the products to the cart. The right column will inform the total amount of the purchase. When you complete your order, just select "close" to proceed to basket payment.
Select products to cart Photo: Reproduo / TechTudo
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