MarketPlace Expands Online Ordering & Pick-Up

November 8, 2019

The MarketPlace has expanded its online ordering and pick-up service to Heron Bay and Shelly Bay MarketPlace stores.

“Customers can shop thousands of quality items online and now pick-up from eastern and western ends of the island, without leaving their vehicle. Online ordering and pick-up is now available from three locations; the service launched in September at Hamilton MarketPlace with plans for continued expansion,” the company said.

“To enjoy online ordering and pick-up, customers can place their order via, or through our mobile app, available on the Google Play Store and Apple App Store by searching MarketPlace Bermuda. Customers can pick-up from Hamilton, Heron Bay or Shelly Bay MarketPlace on orders of $50 or more for a fee of $4.95.”

Personal shopper Hannah Johnson fulfilling an order at Hamilton MarketPlace

MarketPlace Bermuda Nov 7 2019

Seth Stutzman, President of The MarketPlace said: “Our online ordering and pick-up service has been a hit with customers at our Hamilton store, and we’re thrilled to expand the service to Heron Bay and Shelly Bay to make the service available to more shoppers.

“With success at Hamilton, our team worked tirelessly to ensure the service was available at Shelly Bay and Heron Bay in time for the busy Christmas holiday period. The service is perfect for customers who want to spend their time on what matters most.”

The company added, “Customers have access to more than 25,000 quality items in our inventory, can conveniently shop our weekly deals and are still able to enjoy 5 per cent off on Wednesdays. New users will have their first order pick-up fee waived. Pick-up is available daily; 9am to 6pm from Monday to Saturday and 10am to 3pm on Sunday.”

To learn more about their online ordering service, visit here.

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  1. sage says:

    Do the cashiers get a raise now they have to do the actual shopping for lazy customers, and can they collect tips?