John Lewis’ click and collect service has been extremely popular for many years, with customers able to pick up packages from the retailer direct or Waitrose. Products can also be sent to petrol stations and the retailer is expanding this service for its shoppers.
It also offered a reduced range of services it carries out in customers’ homes.
One customer took to Twitter to share their thoughts on the new expansion, explaining how “handy” it is.
They said: “This service is so handy, can fill up petrol while you’re there too.”
Another wrote: “So many delivery options available now and it’s a lot easier than trying to get to a John Lewis store each time.”
More Shell petrol garages will sell Waitrose food and drink, taking the number from 57 to 125, giving shoppers more ways to access Waitrose products.
Bernadette Williamson, General Manager Shell UK Retail, said: “This is great news for EV drivers across the UK, knowing they can easily, quickly and reliably charge up at Shell charge points while shopping at Waitrose.
“We want to make EV charging as hassle-free as possible and support our customers wherever they may want to charge.”
Waitrose Executive Director, James Bailey, said: “This is an important partnership for Waitrose and means we can offer even greater convenience to more of our customers.
“We’re also delighted to bring our customers 800 new charging points for electric vehicles, including new rapid charging capabilities, as the UK moves more and more towards a sustainable transport network.”
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