Preparing Your Item For Pickup Best Buy
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Preparing Your Item For Pickup Best Buy
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I would go back to the store with your order number, go speak with the MOD (manager on duty) and have them explain why your item hasn't been marked as ready for pickup when they obviously have it in-stock. There's no reason why it shouldn't be picked by now if it's obviously in stock, so someone just forgot about it. They should mark the item as picked and process the order to be completed.
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Each pickup order requires you or a staff member to verify that each item is in stock. After you verify each item, you can send a notification to the customer that the order is ready. You can also print a pickup slip to attach to the order.
You can add pickup delivery instructions by managing the preferences for your pickup locations. For example, you can use pickup to offer curb-side pickup. After a customer places an order online and arrives at your store, you can have them call you and then you can bring their order out to them.
After you enable the local pickup option, your customers can choose between Ship and Pick up in the Delivery method section of your checkout. When they select Pick up, they can choose the location where they want to pick up their order.
A customer can't choose to have some items shipped and some items picked up on the same order. Instead, the customer should place two separate orders. If you're using a theme that supports pickup availability, then the customer can see whether a product is available for pickup before they add it to their cart.
By default, letting a location fulfill online orders also means that non-pickup online orders can take inventory from your pickup or retail locations. Make sure that you review your fulfillment priority and modify it if necessary. If the Continue selling when out of stock option is selected for a product, then local pickup orders can be placed for locations without inventory.
Under Local pickup, click Manage beside the location that you want to enable. If you have several locations, then click Show more to display all your locations.
Under Local pickup, tap Manage beside the location that you want to enable. If you have several locations, then click Show more to display all your locations.
After local pickup is enabled, the product page displays whether the product is available for pickup at one or more of your local pickup locations. This information appears only for products that are stocked at at least one pickup location and have This is a physical product selected in the Shipping section of a product variant's details.
If you have local pickup enabled for more than one location, then the pickup availability section displays the location and pickup availability for one of your stores. Customers can click