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With everything going on in the world right now, it seems as if sometimes we forget about the little everyday things that help us get going. Like finishing a shampoo bottle and not having another one in your bathroom cabinet, or using your last K-Cup for your morning coffee. Plus with a pandemic and economic crisis, we want to budget our daily spending and avoid going into stores as much as possible. Running low on daily essentials? These stores have you covered.
Costco Wholesale is known for their bulk food and savings. Shop groceries here to keep your family fed for months, as well as get deals on paper products, and laundry, cleaning, and pet supplies. They also offer same-day and next day delivery on most food products, so if you’re uneasy about entering the giant store, Costco’s got you covered.
Not just known for their office supplies, Staples provides customers deals on important items (in today’s world) such as sand sanitizers, hand soaps, hand wipes, and laundry detergent. They come from big-name brands like Purell and Softsoap, which can be delivered by free next-day delivery.
Your Target credit card (or the Target RedCard) is stacked with ways for you to save. RedCard holders receive a 5% discount at checkout on most purchases in-store and at Target.com. You can purchase items like hand soaps, wipes, detergents, cosmetics, and more with either drive-up pickup or same-day delivery via Shipt. It can be your one-stop shop for all your essentials, including groceries.
Home essentials are widespread at Walmart, especially when it comes to the need for toilet paper (remember the Pandemic toilet paper incident?). Stock up on mega rolls of toilet paper, and choose the option to either pick up via curbside delivery or have everything shipped to your home. Brands like Angel Soft and Charmin Ultra have “NextDay” eligible options and free same-day pickup.
Shopping at The Home Depot is good for items like power tools, paint, and other home supplies. Getting the Home Depot Pro Xtra Loyalty program is a great way to help save money when you’re spending on bigger items. You’ll also be getting deals on member-only tools as well as benefits, rewards, and perks. This giant store also has free in-store pickup.
CVS is making getting your prescriptions a lot easier during the Pandemic, which is perfect for those who worry about going out. You can get free delivery on not only Rx, but also everyday essentials. Get prescription delivery by signing up for text alerts or downloading the CVS app, fill your prescription as you’d normally do, and then when the prescription is ready, you will receive a notification and click the link to choose free 1-2 day or same day delivery.