BJ’s Wholesale freshens BOPIS offering

Dan Berthiaume
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A Northeast wholesale club retailer is adding to the assortment available for chainwide buy-online-pickup-in-store (BOPIS) and curbside pickup orders.

BJ’s Wholesale Club now allows members to order fresh and frozen grocery products on its e-commerce site or consumer app for curbside pickup or pick up in-store at any one of its locations. The company’s BOPIS and curbside pickup services are free for members.

The retailer introduced contactless, curbside pickup at all stores in August 2020, when it also began expanding its BOPIS service to include fresh and frozen grocery items in select stores. Target is also in the process of rolling out BOPIS and curbside pickup of fresh and frozen grocery products at 1,500 stores nationwide.

“We’re committed to helping our members save time and money on essentials, which is why we’re offering more convenient ways to help them get exactly what they need,” said Jeff Desroches, executive VP, COO, BJ’s Wholesale. “With the expansion of our buy online, pick up in-club service, BJ’s members can do their weekly grocery shopping – and check off anything else on their list – in an easy, one-stop shop.”

Headquartered in Westborough, Mass., BJ's Wholesale Club Holdings Inc. operates 219 stores and 148 fuel locations across 17 states in the eastern U.S.