Smith’s Food and Drug Launches New Features

If you haven’t shopped at a Smith’s Food and Drug store lately, there are a lot of new and exciting things going on!
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Shorter checkout lines:

Since Smith’s launched their infrared technology “QueVision” 18 months ago, the average wait time at checkout has gone down from about four minutes to 28 seconds. QueVision is a system of infrared scanners that get a sense of where customers are in the store, and tells the checkers how many checkers they need right now, and how many they are going to need in five and 15 minutes.

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Lower prices:

Smith’s has also dropped many of their prices. You can see the price change directly on the price tags, which reflect the new lower prices and tell you what it dropped down from. You can view their weekly ad online.

Mobile App:

Using the Smith’s mobile app, you can scan your card onto the app and use that at checkout instead of your rewards card. You can also create a grocery list, find a Smith’s store, view your digital coupons, and much more!

The app is available on iPhone and Android networks.

Return policy:

Smith’s has also implemented a no hassle return policy If you’re not happy with it, they will take it back.

Online features:

The Smith’s website is full of information to help you manage your grocery shopping, and many other tasks. Features include:

Social media:

When you go to the Smith’s social media sites and ask a question, you will get a response back within 24 hours.

If your Smith’s or Kroger store doesn’t have these features yet, watch for them! They will be coming soon!

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I was not compensated financially for writing this review, and the opinions and views expressed are all my own.


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