Stop & Shop Customers May Get a Special Discount When They Check Out on Sunday

Some customers will received $5 coupons for every Stop & Shop brand item in their cart.

Stop & Shop sent out the following announcement:

On Sunday, on-site Brands Patrol members will hand out $5 gift cards to customers at the Stop & Shop store at 700 Pleasant St. in Watertown, for every Stop & Shop Own Brands item they have in their cart.

The Stop & Shop Supermarket Company LLC announced this week that it is introducing a promotional program to reward customers with even greater savings at the checkout.

Members of Stop & Shop Brands Patrol will be visiting stores across Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, New York, and New Jersey and randomly selecting customers to give them more savings at checkout. The program will run each weekend, starting Aug. 19 and ending Oct. 9. Up to $40,000 will be awarded to customers through the promotional period.

The Stop & Shop Brands Patrol is on the look-out for customers as they approach the checkout. For every Stop & Shop Own Brands item the patrol finds in a selected customers’ grocery cart, he or she will receive a $5 gift card. The prize is capped at $50 per customer. Stop & Shop’s Own Brands items include:

  • Stop & Shop Brand
  • Nature’s Promise
  • Simply Enjoy
  • Guaranteed Value
  • CareOne
  • Companion
  • Cottontails

“As a thank you to customers who are purchasing Stop & Shop Own Brands items, this promotion offers a unique opportunity to reward them with additional savings,” said Suzi Robinson, spokesperson for Stop & Shop. “Based on customer feedback, we recently reformulated many of our own products to improve upon taste and quality. Customers will not only find more affordable prices, but will also realize our Own Brands products meet or exceed national brand standards for quality and freshness.”

For more information on the Stop & Shop Brands Patrol, visit stopandshop.com.


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