Online Grocery Shopping in Singapore
Faced with long working hours and an increasingly hectic lifestyle,
Singaporeans are resorting to online grocery shopping to help save
time and effort for their daily necessities. In addition to skipping
the long queues and towing of heavy bags of groceries, online shoppers
can purchase groceries at the comfort of their own home. To help
facilitate the comparison process between the various online grocery
shopping websites, we came up with a list of the most popular online
grocers in Singapore.
Popular Online Grocers in Singapore
was one of the largest online grocery stores in Singapore but was
acquired by Lazada
in 2016 and been merge into Lazada
starting from 15 Mar 2019. Backed by Lazada, they are giving the
traditional supermarket big boys a good run for their money with
their aggressive marketing and wide variety of products. Their lack
of physical stores enables them to price their groceries competitively.
The ability to sort goods by prices in their own categories enables
bargain hunters to shop easily. They provide free delivery for orders
above $40 for LiveUp
members and $100 for non-Live up members. There will be a $3.99
or $5.99 delivery fee for orders below free delivery minimum. They
deliver 365 days a year, even on Sundays and Public Holidays.
Siong Singapore has imported their low-cost and no-frills model
online and you'll be able to purchase many items that are competitively
priced on their retail website. In addition to the typical groceries,
they also sell other miscellaneous items such as parking coupons
and electrical appliances. POSB
Everyday Card will continue to enjoy the 5% Sheng Siong cash
rebate when shopping online. They provide same-day free delivery
service with a minimum purchase of $70. Delivery fee of $7 will
be charged for orders below $70. However, they currently only deliver
to selected areas in Singapore (mainly places near their physical
Price Singapore is definitely the most commonly known supermarket
chain in Singapore. Customers who are NTUC Union and FairPrice members
who have the OCBC
NTUC Plus! Visa Credit Card or OCBC
Plus! Visa Credit Card would be thrilled to discover that they
are still entitled to rebates upon confirmation of purchase. A delivery
fee of $7 will be charged for purchases above $39. Customers who
purchased above $29 can opt to use the free click and collect option
to collect their purchases for free at more than 70 Click&Collect
Points which includes FairPrice supermarkets, Warehouse Club, Cheers
and FairPrice Express at Esso stations.
Singapore has one of the largest selections of products for
online groceries, with the availability of electrical appliances
and household products. Their extensive range of products even includes
massagers, furniture and automobile accessories. They deliver 365
days a year, even on Sundays and Public Holidays. They provide same-day
delivery service with a delivery fee of $7 to be charged for order
value above $60. For order value less than $60, the delivery charges
will be $12 per delivery trip. They do not deliver to Jurong Island.
Their payment modes include online payments and cash on delivery.
Storage Singapore offers sundry of imported products such as
fruits and Japanese food that are not available in other online
grocery stores. Similarly to Giant
Singapore, they provide next-day delivery service with a delivery
fee of $7 to be charged for order value above $60. For order value
less than $60, the delivery charges will be $12 per delivery trip.
They also do not deliver to Jurong Island. Online payments and cash
on delivery are accepted forms of payment.