Pick n Pay relaunches 'new and improved' on-demand delivery service

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Grocery retailer Pick n Pay has relaunched and rebranded its delivery service Bottles as "Pick n Pay asap!"
Grocery retailer Pick n Pay has relaunched and rebranded its delivery service Bottles as "Pick n Pay asap!"
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Grocery retailer Pick n Pay has relaunched and rebranded its delivery service Bottles as "Pick n Pay asap!"

In 2020, Pick n Pay partnered with Bottles, an alcohol-delivery app that expanded into groceries with the promise of same-day service. Pick n Pay purchased the app in October 2020. In a statement, Pick n Pay described the rebrand as "the new and improved Bottles on-demand delivery service". 

Pick n Pay asap! promises same-day delivery in as little as 60 minutes with a delivery fee of R35 and users can earn loyalty points using their Smart Shopper cards. In August, orders will be delivered free of charge. 

Pick n Pay asap!, which has 500 000 registered users, competes Woolies Dash (Woolworths) and Sixty60 (from Checkers). 

Promotional material for the new rebranded service. Source: Pick n Pay
 

Pick n Pay said its delivery service is operating as normal across the country, as well as in areas affected by recent unrest in KwaZulu-Natal and parts of Gauteng.

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