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    There definitely is a delivery fee with coles and you can't always know ahead of time how much your bill will be.

    I think the term 'luxury' is a funny one because I'd give anything to have the 'luxury' of having the time to be able to go to the shops, but I don't, so have to pay the stupid fee and have the stupid food delivered

    I don't think there's any issue whatsoever if something is opened but then paid for, seems the shops don't seem to mind!

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    Yep ..if really want it then and there (not all that often though) I do for sure!!

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    I do this all the time. It would have never even occured to me that someone would think it was rude.

    The way I look at it, I go to the shops to get food because we're probably out at home. I don't pack food to go to the supermarket, like I don't pack a meal to take to a restaurant, lol.

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    As soon as we get into woollies I take DS straight to the milk isle and then the chip isle to get his treats to eat on our way around. It saves a lot of stress for me and a load of other shoppers. Every single time we pay for it and have never had anyone that works there say anything to us.

    I actually had one of the managers tell me he does the same thing with his children.

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    I had groceries delivered once and they were out of quite a few things so I needed to go to the shops the next day anyway!

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    We cannot go past the bananas without ds wanting one! I take my own but he won't have a bar of it! He likes to pick one off the bunch himself. I then take another banana to have weighed and pay for but we don't take it out of the store.

    We don't do delivery because 1) we don't have a computer and 2) aldi don't deliver

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