This post is brought to you in collaboration with HappyFresh.
Imagine coming home after a tiring day at work and enjoying your favourite craving like a sip of your Australian wine from the Yarra Valley or pasta with truffle oil. But the problem is, your fridge is empty and you don’t have the time for a hunting trip to the store because you really want to spend time with your family at home or catch up on your favourite TV shows.
Well, you won’t have to worry about that when you use HappyFresh; they will do the heavy lifting for you while you spend time on the really important things in life. HappyFresh eliminates the hassle of driving to a store, parking, wading through aisles of produce, and queuing at the cashier counter.
Not convinced yet? Here are some extra reasons why you should try the service.
1. You can get your groceries in just a few clicks
HappyFresh aims to make grocery shopping convenient by providing an online grocery delivery service. They deliver groceries to most parts of the Klang Valley and you can shop from a range of supermarkets near you.
After you’ve picked out the things you want to buy using the HappyFresh website or app, a personal shopper will visit the grocery store for you. Each personal shopper is professionally trained, so you don’t have to worry about the quality of the items you’re getting – they’ll make sure to pick the best items for you and have it delivered straight to your doorstep.
2. Your groceries can be delivered to you in 1 hour
That’s right! You can choose to have the groceries delivered in as little as an hour, or schedule a delivery up to 7 days in advance. The delivery charges are also very affordable at RM8 for next-hour delivery and RM5 for advanced deliveries (from 2 hours to 7 days in advance), while deliveries are free for orders over RM200.
3. Find your favourite imported goods and appealing promotions
With HappyFresh, you can get specially imported gourmet items from specialty stores such as Jasons Food Hall, Village Grocer, De Market and more. You want some Tahitian vanilla extract? Check. A bottle of champagne and some Swiss dark chocolate? Also check. But not only that, you can choose an assortment of items from bread, vegetables to toothpaste and washing detergent.
HappyFresh also has regular promotions that you can enjoy, such as the best price in town for a bottle of MOET Brut Imperials at only RM185 per bottle. You can get items with the best prices with just a few touches on your mobile phone.
4. You can try HappyFresh now and get free delivery
If you’ve never tried HappyFresh, now is the time. HappyFresh has offered ExpatGo readers free delivery for first time users. You can download the HappyFresh app on iOS and Android. So hurry, because this offer is valid for a limited time only.
To get free delivery, just enter this voucher code when you place your first order: HAPPYEXPAT
Note that this offer is valid until 31 August 2016, and it is applicable only for first time users and only one time per user.
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