I know that some people resist internet shopping to this day, but they’re needlessly limiting themselves from amazing opportunities.
I get a good portion of my essentials on websites where I pay a yearly fee for free, two-day shipping to my house.
Even my mom is using an internet service to get her healthcare supplies for around the house because they’re a fraction of the price she pays at a physical grocery store. Take underpads for example. They’re basically like diapers that are cut into a sheet half the size of a small blanket, and they’re intended to go under someone in bed in the event of a bladder or digestive emergency. They’re thin but water proof at the same time. At my local grocery store, underpads are $7 for a pack of 18. However, I can get a pack of 25 underpads at my mother’s favorite health supplies store online for only $4 with tax. If we spend at least $35 on our orders, we get free shipping as well. It’s a great setup. Lately I’ve been doing the same thing with my CBD and hemp products. Why spend $30 on CBD lotion at the grocery store when I can get better topical CBD products from an internet store for only $20? They also have fresh hemp flower buds that are grown indoors with hydroponic setups. Years ago you could only find outdoor grown hemp flower buds, but that is no longer the cause with these online CBD stores. They often have holiday sales as well that are extremely competitive with physical CBD stores that I have visited in the past.