Repeat Delivery @Petco Makes Life Easier #PetcoDelivers

This blog post is part of a paid Megan Media and Petco Repeat Delivery blogging program. The opinions and ideas expressed here are my own.

Have you ever run out of something for your pets and couldn't get to the store? I don't normally run out of dog food because I stock up when it's on sale but I always seem to run out of dog treats. My dogs are pigs and eat dog treats like crazy, so it's only natural that I run out within a few days. When I do notice that I'm out is usually around 3am when I'm sitting up doing work. And of course, the stores aren't open that late to go get treats!

This is why I signed up for Petco Repeat Delivery. Petco is now offering this amazing service when you go online to buy certain pet items. When you are on the page, you can elect to sign up for repeat delivery and you choose how often it is shipped to you. For me, (and my constant lack of treats for my pups), I signed up for 7 bags every two weeks. That should last them a while! Plus on certain items, you'll get 20% off when you sign up for Repeat Delivery too. Also, when you make your first purchase with Repeat Delivery and if it's over $39, you'll receive a $30 e-gift card too. To qualify, you must be a new customer to repeat delivery and sign up between April 1 and April 30, 2016. The e-gift card isn't able to be used on donations, backordered items or the purchase of another gift card.

Petco's Repeat Delivery service was really easy to use. In a matter of minutes, I had the treats that my dogs love in the cart and was checking out. After checkout, I was able to check in my online Petco account to see that Repeat Delivery was active and that every two weeks I would get 7 bags of treats. I also liked that I could pause my Repeat Delivery and update all information in my account too.

So, thanks to Repeat Delivery, I will have two very happy dogs in the house. At least I won't be running out of dog treats for a while! And the process was so easy, now I don't have to worry about remembering them when I'm in the store.