The commissary's curbside grocery pickup program started its expansion to new locations Friday, while also announcing the closure of the three current locations — and adding a service fee. The program, known as Click2Go, has been available for free through a pilot program at three commissaries — at Fort Lee, Virginia; Offutt Air Force Base, Nebraska; and Travis Air Force Base, California — since 2013. Now, the system has added its first new location: Fort Eustis, Virginia. But at the same time, officials announced that the Fort Lee, Offutt and Travis locations will be shuttering June 1. And although the service at Eustis will be free for a promotional period through the end of March, shoppers there will pay a $4.95 service fee per order starting April 1, officials said in a release. Read more about the changes on Military.com.
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