A program that allows Army and Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES) shoppers to purchase items online but pick them up in-store is now offered at 135 locations, according to a news release. The service, which first rolled out last October, includes about 95 percent of the items available on the AAFES website. It’s especially convenient for shoppers outside the continental U.S. where some items cannot be shipped to APO addresses, but can be shipped to and picked up from the exchange, officials said. Read more on the AAFES website.
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