BUYING grocery needs is now made more convenient, easy and hassle-free with the CSI e-Supply online shopping delivered straight to one’s home fresh and fast.
The CSI e-Supply online shopping was launched in response to persistent calls of national government to stay home and minimize contagion in communities, said former Dagupan City Mayor Belen Fernandez, whose family owns the CSI chain of stores in Pangasinan and other provinces in Ilocos Region.
Through the e-Supply online shopping, CSI Lucao in Dagupan (temporarily relocated at The Stadia) has pioneered further in innovating shopping convenience in Pangasinan by providing home deliveries of grocery items for its customers in Dagupan, Binmaley, Calasiao and Mangaldan. It had its soft opening on July 20.
Fernandez said the service will be introduced in other towns and city in western Pangasinan and in other areas where there are CSI branches.
“The delivery fee is pegged at P80 for a minimal purchase of P500 worth of items in this click-to-buy offer,” Fernandez said.
Fernandez added that CSI, known to offer its shoppers the lowest prices of its grocery supplies, the same prices apply in its e-Supply online shopping.
Online shopping is open from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and items are delivered within hours by their team. If items were ordered before the closing time, these are be delivered soonest the following day by their trained bikers via cash-on-delivery mode.
At the CSI e-Supply Online Shopping official Facebook Page, online shoppers are guided how to buy their essentials from home in just three easy steps for their store to door delivery.
A Chatbot is also provided to enable the online shopper to connect with the retailer. Additional items not in the Chatbot but are available at CSI can also be purchased.
There is no purchase limit, Fernandez said.
Shoppers for groceries and items in department store should visit www.csistore.ph for a hassle-free shopping and use hashtags #CSIStorePH #CSIMalls. (PhilStar Wire Service/ECV)
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