Sainsbury’s Click and Collect

Can You Click and Collect at Sainsburys?

Yes, they offers a click and collect service for free.

Is Sainsburys Click and Collect Free?

Yes, most of the collection slots are free, however, you might be charged a small fee depending on the store/slot.

What are Sainsburys Click and Collect Times?

It depends on your collection location, but majority of the stores are open from 10 am to 4 pm.


How Does it Work:

If you want to shop online from Sainsbury’s and collect your goods from your nearby store then you have to visit its website for placing an order. After placing the order follow the following simple steps of click & collect for collecting your merchandise physically from your desired store.

  • Select and Order Your Product(s)

Visit for reviewing their offers. View your desired product(s) from the product catalog.

  • Choose Click and Collect

Their click & collect service is a convenient way for you to pick up the groceries you’ve ordered online from one of their Click & Collect stores.

  • Select from one of 322 nationwide stores to collect from, pick a 1-hour slot, then get shopping.
  • On the day of collection, they’ll have everything ready and waiting for you to grab and go.
  • You should bring along the following items when coming to pick up your order at the store: Booking confirmation, Debit/Credit card, Photographic ID

Please note that there is no minimum order value on any Click & Collect grocery order. For any orders over £25, for collections booked for Sunday to Wednesday, there will be no collection charge, and from Thursday to Saturday, you will be charged 50p. For any orders under £25, there is a charge of £4. For same-day Click & Collect, will be charged £2 for orders over £25, and £6 for orders under £25.

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To Wrap it Up:

Click and Collect is available at Sainsbury’s, the Click & Collect zone will be clearly signposted. One of their colleagues will greet you, check your proof of identity, talk through any specific details for your order (substitutions, etc), and ask you to sign for your order.

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2 thoughts on “Sainsbury’s Click and Collect”

  1. I have been using click and collect for many months as mentally I am finding it difficult to go into a IS store. But unfortunately, today, I am very disappointed in JS’s customer service. In my click and collect I ordered 2 HP ink cartridges in black 304. After I got home I found I had been given 2 Tri-colour cartridges instead. I phoned the queries helpline to be told I needed to go into the store to have these changed. Although I explained I was unable to. Trying to contact the Talbot Heath store was a joke. Either no answer or the phone was disconnected before I was able to explain my situation. I do not have family locally and none of my friends shop at JS.
    I feel really let down by JS. I thought JS was helping the elderly, vulnerable customers.

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