How it works:
Shop online for over 40,000 items available in-store, including fresh meat and produce. New items are added every week!
Confirm your order and select a time slot to receive your groceries.
Receive Your Order
Only credit or debit cards are accepted at time of order receipt. Learn more. We are unable to accept government benefits (including WIC and SNAP) as payment for ClickList transactions. For the safety of our Customers and Associates, ClickList orders accept credit or debit cards only. Cash, checks, and gift cards cannot be accepted for ClickList transactions.
A Convenient New Way to Shop
With ClickList, you can shop for your groceries online! Then pick up your order at the store, or we'll deliver (where available), at a time that's convenient for you. You can even order using personalized product suggestions, so shopping is even easier!
A Personal Touch
After you place your order, our friendly Associates will choose your items with care. Then, just come by the store at your reserved pickup time, and we'll load your order into your car. Or, if you choose to have your order delivered (where available), simply relax and we'll deliver your groceries to you!
When you receive your order, just use your credit or debit card along with your Fry's Food V.I.P. Card, and you can get on with your day - with grocery shopping checked off your list!
Please note: We are unable to accept government benefits (including WIC and SNAP) as payment for ClickList transactions. For the safety of our Customers and Associates, ClickList orders accept credit or debit cards only. Cash, checks and Gift Cards cannot be accepted for ClickList transactions.
Here's what Customers are saying about ClickList...
"Wonderful, efficient and an amazing time saver! Just what a full-time, working mom needs!"
"The overall experience was excellent! I was very happy with the ease of ordering and picking up my groceries."
"I was so excited to use this service because, as a working mother, I don't get to spend as much time at home as I would like."