In a statement co-CEO Raphael Afaedor said, “with Supermart, we set out to make grocery shopping convenient for busy urban professionals and home-makers. With the new Supermart Prime delivery option, frequent customers can now shop away even more conveniently by paying only N1,500 once for unlimited deliveries for 30 days”.
If you want to access Supermart Prime really quick, just select Supermart Prime delivery option instead of Standard Delivery while checking out on Supermart.ng. After doing so, you will be asked to pay N1,500 instead of the usual N800 and you will not becharged anything on your next visit, and the next and the next too over the next 30 days.
According to co-CEO Gbolahan Fagbure, “knowing that customers typically go to multiple supermarkets to complete their grocery shopping led us to develop the Supermart service to save them the 6 hours they spend stuck in traffic just to do their groceries. For the first time in Nigeria, customers are able to select a 3 hour window between 12 – 3, 3 – 6 and 6 – 9pm in which they want their order delivered to them any day of the week, including Saturdays and Sundays. With over 50,000 products on the website, Supermart.ng is the largest online grocery retailer in Nigeria. Now with Supermart Prime, grocery shopping is now even more affordable”.
Supermart.ng’s trained personal shoppers shop on behalf of visits the shops to pick and pack the items for the customer. A well-presented delivery-man then takes the groceries to the doorstep of the customer at home or in the office. Supermart.ng vehicles contain insulated compartments to ensure groceries are kept at the right temperature in transit.
Supermart.ng delivers to all areas of Lagos and allows shoppers to select a preferred day and time as well as delivery option, add their payment options say Pay via Bank Transfer, Interswitch, Mastercard or Visa (both local and international) then the firm shops and delivers to the customers location. Supermart.ng is also giving shoppers a free coupon code MARCH to get N1,000 off their groceries till March 31st, 2015.