Qatar’s first’ Scan&Go mobile service now available in all Carrefour stores!

  • 2 months   ago

Skip the queues easily while shopping in all Carrefour Qatar stores with Scan&Go mobile service.

All you have to do is scan the items while you shop, then head to the queue-free dedicated Scan&Go checkouts to pay and you’re done! 

Carrefour Qatar has launched Scan&Go Mobile. It is a “first-of-its-kind” mobile service in Qatar that provides customers with full autonomy, enabling them to scan and bag purchases as they shop from Carrefour stores using their smartphones. It is the latest innovation developed by Carrefour to provide a more convenient shopping experience to customers.

Here is a video to use the service:

“Scan&Go Mobile underlines Carrefour’s ongoing commitment to creating seamless shopping experiences for all its customers, with the new feature allowing customers to skip the inconvenience of long queues. Moreover, it enables a truly contactless shopping journey as customers not only use their smartphones, but are also encouraged to utilise their reusable bags to bag as they shop.” — Carrefour Qatar 

How to use Scan&Go:

  • Download the Carrefour Qatar App on IOS or Android and register for MyClub.
  • Open your app and select the “Scan&Go” feature. 
  • Proceed to scanning and bagging items as you wish.
  • The scanner’s intuitive touch-screen allows you to view all the items in your basket. Using the scanner, you can add or deduct items from your basket to monitor your total bill.
  • When you’ve finished shopping, simply scan your QR code at the designated Scan&Go terminal, insert your card to make your payment and exit the store.

Using the Carrefour Qatar mobile app, customers can scan the barcode of each product they would like to purchase as they shop, before making their way to a dedicated Scan&Go checkout area to process their payment — via a debit or credit card — within minutes.

Scan&Go Mobile is now available across all Carrefour hypermarkets and supermarkets in Qatar. Its use of cashless payments limits unnecessary contact with other customers and touchpoints, offering shoppers even more peace of mind.

In July this year, Carrefour has also introduced the self-checkout counters. These counters have been set up in selected hypermarkets to allow customers with small shopping baskets stocked with up to 10 items to self-scan and process their purchases at check-out.

Fore more details, visit the Carrefour website at