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Hey All,

From time to time, I try out various home delivery services, as my days are very hectic.  Out of all the ones to date, I am hook on this latest site:

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https://jet.com/

Get this, they will actually ship refrigerated items, cold packed, right to your front door via FedEx and/or USP.  Needless to say I was hooked.  Even when disputing an order, the customer service was great.  Everything was actually handled by email.  Definitely a plus in my book.

When you first sign up, you have a 15% off code that is good for your first 3 orders.  No need to keep track of that because once you setup your account, it does it automatically for you once you sign in.  The code changes from time to time, so the one receive at registration will most likely be different from the one seen in the promo above.  

Given that Jet.com is a subsidiary of Walmart (as of September 19, 2016), they ship can Nationwide.

 

Just a bit of history.

Because I am very skeptical of any "new" website I order from, I usually do background informational checks on the company.  I have posted my findings below for your convenience.

Jet.com: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jet.com

Walmart: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Walmart

I never knew the creator of Walmart was the owner of "Walton's Five and Dime" Sam Walton, circa 1950.  He later opened the first "Walmart Discount City" on July 2, 1962, later renamed Walmart.  April 7, 1983, the Walmart subsidiary Sam's Wholesale Club was Founded.  It was later renamed Sam's Club.

Sam's Club: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sam's_Club

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Odd, I always thought that Walgreens was also a subsidiary (heard it somewhere).

I only shop at Walmart for cheap ammo, and I still feel bad about it.

Sam's Club has much better business practices.  I'm not sure about Jet.com though.

Just because their service is good doesn't mean they're a "good" company.  Walmart, lowest prices always (even if we have to fuck over our employees to do so.)

Though, Amazon probably has its demons as well.  It's hard to find an ethical large company.

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