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Life in the Express Lane

Just wanted to drop this little tip online for all the mommies out there looking for a way to save some time (any anyone else that may not be a fan of grocery shopping).

I love shopping online with Harris Teeter's Express Lane. It saves me soooo much time by letting me shop for groceries online, save past orders so I can just click to add the regulars to my basket and eliminates the "mommie, I want some candy...mommie I want this..." effect that often occurs when I take little man to the store. This actually gives me the ability to justify the $4.95 charge for this service (I would easily spend that on junk in the grocery and for first timers, this fee is waved). Another justification - all sale items are shown in one area of the site, so I can compare prices and pick the best deal! Of course, I still have the smaller trips I take, and little man comes too and we can actually enjoy ourselves and take our time looking. But times that I need to get in and out - this is the total solution!

Another advantage - I place all of my orders for really heavy things at one time and I don't have to load them into the car - they do all of that for you too (think cat litter, milk, drinks, dog food, etc.) and all you have to do is push a little button and they do the rest! Easy peasy!!!! If you don't have a Harris Teeter around, I'm sure there are others that offer this service - give it a try!

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  1. What a great service! I want a Harris Teeter! Anything to save carrying the babes in to the store!

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  2. I so need this service! Worse, I need Harris Teeter! I love the one near Grandmas in NC!!!

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  3. Oh how I wish there was a Harris Teeter in Shreveport!

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