Looking to save at one of ShopRite’s 322 locations as a senior? In this guide, we’ll give you a few tips on how you can spend less while getting more at ShopRite stores!
Does ShopRite Have A Senior Discount?
ShopRite doesn’t seem to have an official nationwide senior discount policy, unfortunately. However, since ShopRite locations are owned and operated as independent franchises, some stores may indeed have senior discounts.
In fact, our research suggests many local ShopRites DO in fact offer senior discounts, so it would be a good idea to call your closest ShopRite for more details.
Any Other Ways To Save With ShopRite?
ShopRite actually has a whole bunch of different programs for saving money. So even if your local store doesn’t give age-based discounts, you still have options.
Price Plus Club
The Price Plus Club offers the following perks:
- Access to saving programs like digital coupons and Click & Save (more below).
- Exclusive offers and promotions.
- Instant cash discounts on hundreds of items.
You may sign up for the club on ShopRite’s website.
Click & Save
The Click & Save program allows you to gain access to special discounts by making qualifying purchases during a certain time period. Once you have bought the required type and number of products, you’ll find an offer under the “My Offers” tab in your profile.
Check out the Click & Save FAQ webpage for more info.
Digital coupons at ShopRite work a lot like at Kroger or H-E-B. You save a coupon on a specific product to your account from the coupon webpage – when you buy that product, you’ll get a discounted price.
You may also find digital coupons when browsing for products, as shown in this video:
Visit the digital coupon FAQs if you aren’t sure how to make use of this offer.
Back in the days, you could also stack digital coupons with paper manufacturer coupons, but this no longer works.
With Downtime Dollars, you may accumulate savings by watching ad videos or indicating product/brand preferences. The reward amount varies between videos and surveys. Read FAQs for more info about this program.
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