ShopRite, a regional grocery store chain in the northeast United States, publishes a weekly sales flyer outlining a majority of the items for sale in its stores that week. Often, you can use the weekly ShopRite sales circular in combination with coupons to yield dramatic savings at the cash register. However, each individual ShopRite store has its own weekly circular. Prices may vary across the chain.
Grab a ShopRite store circular on your next trip to the grocery store. Also, check your weekly newspaper on Sunday to find each week's advertisement.
Read carefully through the ShopRite circular. Note the sale prices for items that you purchase on a regular basis. Start a price notebook of your most often purchased items. List the items and place the price next to each item for a six-week period, the typical sale pattern for ShopRite stores. Circle the lowest price offered during that period. Compare the weekly ShopRite ad with this price list to see if your favorite items are on sale for their lowest price.
Look through your collected coupons or check local blogs to find a coupon match to this week's ShopRite circular. A coupon match is a list of all sale items matching available coupons with the resulting price after the coupon is applied. This allows you to see any extra savings that may result with the use of a coupon.
Check out the ShopRite webpage to download your store's weekly circular to your cellphone. With the app, you can navigate the circular quickly and easily while in the store.
Tips & Warnings
- Note any special details in relation to the sale items in the circular. Some may only be available on certain dates or require a purchase of multiple items. Bring the ShopRite circular, as well as the ShopRite coupon policy, with you while shopping to ensure that the cashier rings up the correct price. Alert the cashier if any discrepancies from the ad happen while ringing up your items. The customer service desk should immediately correct the price on your transaction.
- Remember that a sales price is only a good price if you use the item. Do not purchase an item just because it is a good price. Only purchase items that you will use prior to the expiration date listed on the item.
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