While most grocery-store sized carts will cost you between $100 and $175, the problem is shipping just one cart requires it to go by Freight. The cost of sending anything by freight is expensive and quite often it is more than the cost of the cart. Shipping by freight to a personal residence requires lift-gate service, so you should count on spending another $75-$125. To reduce the cost per cart, ship to a business and order 4 carts (perhaps combine an order with friends). The cost of freight is not much different to ship one cart than to ship 4. If all you need is one cart, you may be better off asking your local grocery store to sell you one of theirs. You can find grocery carts for a reasonable price at www.shoppingcartmart.com.
The cost of a shopping cart may run from $75 to $150, or even more for specialty carts. Shopping carts are used in various stores to hold a person's purchases. They are great when the person has many purchases that they would be unable to carry, such as when buying groceries.