This Is the Cheapest Place to Buy Groceries Online

In an earlier edition of We Do the Math, I calculated whether it's cheaper to buy groceries in the store or have them delivered. Ordering your weekly groceries online is a

clear time-saver and more convenient, and, as it turns out, isn't much more expensive, either. Amazon, Target and Walmart are three of the most budget-friendly grocery retailers

in the US, and since each one offers national delivery to most zip codes, I set out to find out which of the three is the cheapest place to buy groceries online.  To do so,

I priced out a typical grocery list from all three stores and factored in any delivery or membership fees that apply.  In the end, Walmart nabs the top (or is it bottom?)

spot as the cheapest place to buy groceries online; it's about 10% cheaper than Target and 18% cheaper than Amazon Fresh. While the bottom-line cost might not be the only factor

you consider when choosing an online grocery service -- quality selection and freshness certainly count for something -- if you've been wondering which store has the cheapest

online groceries, now you have an answer.  7 Best Grocery Delivery Services for 2023: See at CNET Read on for a full breakdown of online grocery prices at Walmart,

Target and Amazon Fresh including how I did the math and some key takeaways.