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I'm trying out Migros's online grocery ordering system for the first time. Looks great! In my neighborhood, I often can't get things I want, like big bottles of soda (I ordered a few cases of that) and spinach (which my local market has only occasionally). Since I don't have a car, I have to take a big backpack with me and lug everything back home. Now they'll just bring it all to me. I figure before long I'll be complaining about how I have to lug the groceries from the front door to the kitchen. The system wouldn't take my foreigner identification number (apparently it actually looks you up), but it did offer an option for foreigners to enter their passport number. At first the system rejected that also because it didn't have letters (I guess every country but the US has letters in their passport numbers), so I just entered USA at the beginning and that worked. I had no option but to join Migros's "Money Club" and get one of their cards, but it's a good idea anyway, since I can take advantage of periodic discounts on things. I had a few recipes I wanted to try. I opened them in a separate window and shopped the Migros Sanal Market site ingredient-by-ingredient. The system is very well-designed. It even remembers what you bought before, so you can stock up on things you usually buy. I liked everything about the Sanal Market system. I even bought a few things I didn't know I needed. When I checked out, the system offered me a couple of next-day delivery options (some were full). I chose one, as well as the option to pay cash at the door. So I will have a mass quantity of groceries and various kitchen necessities delivered to me tomorrow (even though tomorrow is Sunday), sometime between 4:30 and 6:30 PM. Here's the site if anybody is interested: http://www.sanalmarket.com.tr/