I used to often have it delivered before I was married as I had no car.Delivery was only $2 in those days,so it was almost as good as free!!! I will most likely use this service again in the future but at present,I go shopping wit my neighbour and I enjoy it!!
I have my groceries delivered every week! Not from Coles or Woolworths as I'm in England but good old Sainsburys. It was a big plus about moving back here that I could do my main food shopping online and have it brought to the door :)
Years ago when I had no car I would usually shop at Woolworths, walk or catch the bus home and get the groceries delivered. Sometimes the groceries and I would get a taxi home but delivery was cheaper. I had no complaints.
I have shopped online with Coles and had my groceries delivered a couple of times in the last 18 months when I couldn't get to the shops. I found it convenient and chose to get my groceries delivered at a cheaper time. I think I will shop online regularly when I get to an age where shopping in person is difficult.
One of my daughters is extremely time poor, holding down a part-time job, full time Uni with prac teaching and volunteering for other job-related credits and looking after husband and two children so she often orders on line from Woolworths. I've been there several times minding the younger of the boys when the delivery has arrived. I've checked off her lists against what was delivered and put the shopping away. I've found, and she's told me that often she scores with the meat being more than asked for but charged at the price it should have been. The fruit and veggies appeared to be of better quality than those I would normally see in the store. It's definitely a win for her but for me, I don't buy enough to warrant the expense and have preference stores I support.