Before the current crisis happened, grocery shopping at the supermarket was a weekly affair for many of us. Malaysians would crowd supermarkets for their weekly essentials and groceries.
But that is now a thing of the past as we are all encouraged to #StayHome and #StaySafe. In light of this situation, delivery services have become increasingly popular albeit more expensive than just driving down to the store.
That is, until the bawiq app from the UAE hit Malaysian shores!
bawiq is a grocery delivery app that offers an extensive range of goods across a wide selection of brands. Here are just a few reasons you should get the app to fulfil all your grocery needs, especially during this time:
1. No more long queues at the supermarket
Have you ever had to stand in a long line at the supermarket when you only have a few items to buy but the people in front of you have two trolleys full of stuff? Chances are, that has happened to you before and we’re pretty sure you’ve been looking for a way to avoid that situation again. The queue just to scan the MySejahtera QR code alone already takes 15 minutes!
With the bawiq app, you can skip any dreaded weekend supermarket queue and get your groceries delivered straight to your doorstep while in the comforts and safety of your own home.
2. bawiq promises to deliver WITHIN 90 MINUTES
By the time you get ready, get in the car, drive to the supermarket, look for parking, stand in long queues and get back home with your shopping bags, bawiq would have gotten all your groceries delivered to you within that time.
Why go through all that hassle when bawiq could do all that for you? All you need to do to order your groceries is to follow these simple steps:
- Download the bawiq app either through Google Play Store or Apple App Store
- Register an account
- Add items to your cart
- Click on ‘checkout’
- Fill in the required details
- Choose between instant delivery or schedule your delivery
- Select payment method
- Enter a promo code, if any
- Press ‘Place Order’ and wait for your groceries to get delivered to your doorstep
3. The bawiq app also offers weekly discounts worth up to 50% OFF
Just when you thought it couldn’t get any better, bawiq has a special promotion section in the app where customers can get selected items at discounted prices worth up to 50% off every week! The selected items will rotate every week, so be sure to check frequently.
4. No marked-up prices on all items
bawiq customers get to enjoy no-frills pricing on the items offered on their app. All the items available are not marked up and is affordable to all Malaysians. No hidden or extra costs, just great quality products delivered straight to you!
5. The app offers a wide range of products from different brands too
You won’t have to worry about not finding what you need from the bawiq app. They provide everything you could find at a supermarket and more! Check out this extensive list of product categories you can order from!
- Fresh meat & seafood
- Pantry goods
- Eggs & dairy
- Rice, cereal & pasta
- Soup & noodles
- Snacks & chocolates
- Canned foods
- Bakery foods
- Home baking products
- Frozen foods
- Non-halal products
- Organic products
- International products
- Personal care items
- Health care items
- Home essentials
- Pet care
- Office supplies
That’s basically an entire supermarket in one app! Unless you need something very specific, there’s really no need to go out to shop for groceries anymore when you have bawiq.
Apart from all the perks mentioned above, we have two more surprises for our WORLD OF BUZZ readers:
- Get FREE delivery when you make a minimum purchase of just RM30 on bawiq! Just use the code ‘FIRSTDEL‘ at the checkout page on the app and you won’t have to pay for delivery.
- Use the code ‘BCHILL10‘ to get an additional 10% off on your purchases.
Don’t say we didn’t tell you!
So if you’re someone who is currently working from home or just have no time, in general, to go out shopping for supplies, bawiq should be your new favourite grocery runner app! Save time, save money and most importantly, stay safe!
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