ShopRite - Weekly Ad Specials, Flyers and Deals

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Ever felt like you’re missing out on ShopRite weekly deals? As it ever occurred to you that the store’s employees are concealing vital tips that would allow you to spend less. Well, they are not hiding anything from you.

All the information you need to know to save at ShopRite is in the public domain. That also includes the public ShopRite weekly ad available here at Rabato. From which items to buy to information on their store card, here is everything you need to know about ShopRite.

History of the ShopRite company

ShopRite stores are owned and run by smaller individual companies that are part of a larger cooperative. The Wakerfern Food Corp to be exact. It was created in 1946 by seven small grocers.

They joined forces to buy items as a single unit, which would mean lower prices. The savings could then be translated to their customers. Over 60 years later, there are 50 members. The Wakerfern Food Corp still handles the purchasing, transportation, and warehousing of goods.

Some Interesting Facts:

  • ShopRite is New Jersey’s top employer.
  • Each member operates their own ShopRite branded store.
  • ShopRite is committed to eliminating hunger and they do so by donating food, time, and other services to the Community Food Bank in New Jersey.

Location and Working Hours

  • The number of active locations: 318 with headquarters in Keasbey, NJ.
  • Operation States: 6 (Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware & Connecticut)
  • Store Hours: The typical opening hours are from 8:00 a.m to 10 p.m

ShopRite sales and deals

The ShopRite circular is always jam-packed with items from a wide range of departments include bowl & basket, bread & bakery, condiments & sandwich toppings, floral, deli, dairy, kosher, office, home & garden, pantry, health & wellness, organic, snacks, prepared foods, and more. ShopRite wine & spirits stores are also popular with customers.

More Ways to Save Like Crazy at Shop Rite

If you can’t always view the occasional ShopRite weekly ad, here are more amazing ways to save:

1) Become part of the Price Plus Club

Membership is free, and you can sign up online. The perks of getting this store card, include cash discounts on a myriad of items. There are exclusive ShopRite offers when you use your card at checkout. It’s also an easy way to load up on digital coupons.

2) Become a regular visitor to their digital coupons center

Not all coupons will feature in the ShopRite weekly ad. The digital coupon center is the second-best place to check for amazing deals.

3) “$10 Bulk & Save” Offers

With 10 dollars, you can buy multiple items at ShopRite. In fact, watch out for the Bulk & Save Deal. You’ll need a freezer to store the items you get with this deal, for instance, meats.

4) Buy store-branded products

In November 2019, Shoprite added two new private-label brands to their stores. The company’s goal is to have up to 3,500 store-branded products by 2021.

5) Visit the wall of values

It’s a wall of amazing deals that you can only access by physically showing up at a ShopRite store.

6) Manager specials

When a store is keen on making an item move faster because it’s near its sell-by date or when there has been an oversupply of merchandise, it is made available on offer. The manager’s special is an in-store only deal. Navigate their aisles next time your shopping and you might come across a plank alerting you of this deal.

7) Stock up on drinks during happy hour

It’s an oddity to find a store offering a happy hour, but ShopRite does it well. It’s part of their commitment to helping customers save in any way possible. Happy hours are usually on Fridays from 5 p.m to 7 p.m.

ShopRite Weekly Circular Preview

Rabato has this week’s sales circular from ShopRite, along with next week’s ads. Our whole game revolves around collecting flyers so you can clip coupons and find items with huge discounts with ease. Some of the items on offer may range from holiday pieces, Coke 8-pack bottles or 12-pack cans, Southern sweet potatoes, among other items. Don’t spend more, when you can spend less.