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This Grocery Chain Just Announced Major Upgrades to Its App

Here's everything you need to know about the brand new features and the technology behind them.
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BJ's Wholesale Club has updated its free mobile app with a ton of brand new features, and there's more than meets the eye, the grocery chain recently announced.

The updated experience starts right when customers open the app. A revamped homepage allows you to reorder items, browse and clip coupons, and place orders for same-day delivery, in-club pickup, or curbside pickup. Multiple different grocery lists can be made, and the prices at BJ's gas stations can be checked. Customers can also search for BJ's locations and check in on their orders. (Related: Before your next trip to the store, read about the Grocery Shortages To Expect in 2021, According to Experts.)

On the backend, the grocery chain updated the app to include personalized product recommendations, seamless navigation, and easier search and scan capabilities.

“The BJ’s app is the easiest way to get the most out of your BJ’s membership, from clipping coupons and tracking your savings to reordering your favorite items and discovering deals,” Monica Schwartz, the senior vice president and Chief Digital Officer of BJ’s Wholesale Club said in a statement. “These exciting app features are the latest example of how we continue to invest in our digital experience and platforms to make it even more convenient to shop at BJ’s.”

Ever since the coronavirus pandemic began almost a year ago, grocery stores have been focusing more attention on the things customers need to shop safely—with a big emphasis on apps, making them one of the few items you need to successfully shop right now.

For more on being safe while at the grocery store, here are 10 Expert-Approved Grocery Shopping Tips Amid Faster COVID Spread. And to get all the latest grocery store news delivered right to your email inbox every day, sign up for our newsletter!

Amanda McDonald
Amanda is a staff writer for Eat This, Not That!. Read more