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Hy-Vee Aisles Online adds PayPal Express Checkout, Venmo

Hy-Vee is collaborating with PayPal that aims to give the retailer’s online customers more convenient payment options. Customers using the retailer’s Aisles Online platform for grocery pickup and delivery orders can now pay for their orders using PayPal or Venmo.

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WEST DES MOINES, Iowa  — Hy-Vee is collaborating with PayPal that aims to give the retailer’s online customers more convenient payment options. Customers using the retailer’s Aisles Online platform for grocery pickup and delivery orders can now pay for their orders using PayPal or Venmo.

“Our Aisles Online platform has continued to evolve alongside our customers’ needs since we launched this service,” said Jody Gosch, chief technology officer and executive vice president at Hy-Vee. “With this new integration of PayPal and Venmo, we can help customers make their Aisles Online shopping even easier and faster than before.”

“Shopping online for groceries, through services such as Hy-Vee’s Aisles Online platform, has dramatically increased over the last five years,” said Kurt Campisano, Senior Vice President, Global Markets, PayPal. “We are thrilled to innovate with partners like Hy-Vee to help improve customers’ shopping experience by providing trusted payment methods, such as PayPal and Venmo, to their consumers.”

Together, Hy-Vee and PayPal are offering a seamless and secure payment experience while providing customers with additional checkout options to help make their lives easier, healthier, and happier. This is also designed to help Hy-Vee streamline its payment processes, expand customer choice, and offer a comprehensive solution for online transactions.

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