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There is a new Checkers that opened in Centurion. My wife always bought certain produce from Woolies, but now prefers this Checkers.What is the quality of Checkers' online fresh produce and meat? Does it compare to Woolies?
Ugh! Yes - one thing about PnP and Woolies, their stores aren't smelly.There is a new Checkers that opened in Centurion. My wife always bought certain produce from Woolies, but now prefers this Checkers.
Definitely a different standard and different experience from other Checkers stores. Especially the smell. Don't know why Checkers stores always smell like food gone bad. And it is all of them.
I prefer giving cash as I reckon they get the tip (received via app) only at end of month.
Haha I just recieved today's order and asked the driver.Wonder also how much of the tip they get.
Cool, I will try asking the next guy to delivers to me, we can see if their stories alight So even if they get R1000 in tips per week plus the base salary of R1000, they have expenses that must come off from that. Not a stress free job and it's a valuable service so I'm happy to keep tipping what I do.Haha I just recieved today's order and asked the driver.
If you want to cherry pick, you will also find items cheaper at Checkers than Woolies..I use sixty60 a lot but just beware of prices of checkers. At times, woolies is way cheaper even if delivery is 15 rands costlier. This is today - just noticed when I was trying to place sixty60 order.
Woolies - 55 rands, 2 litre
Checkers, 70 rands, 2 litre