Guess what, my Pick’n Save finally has some of the information on the rewards program! I will type in the basics of the flyer that I have. You need to get your new card as soon as possible, as I don’t think after today, or very soon, they will not be taking the old card anymore.
This set of programs runs from September 26th through November 20th and the card when scanned will keep track of your purchases, so this is an over time rewards, not a all in one purchase/transaction. If you earn a reward you will find it on your receipt and it will be good on your next visit before December 18th. Receive the reward automatically on your next purchase made by December 18th. So no pieces of paper!
Spend $5 on bananas and get a free 12 oz. package of fresh express garden salad
Buy 4 packages of sargento 9-12 oz. cheese sticks and get $5 off your next purchase of $5 or more
Spend $25 on creamette, ronzoni, healthy harvest, or new mill kluski noodles and get $5 off your next purchase of $5 or more
Spend $25 on hershey’s candy and get $5 off your next purchase of $5 or more
Buy 4 bags of purina one 3.5 lb. dry cat food and get $4 off your next purina one 3.5 lb. dry cat food purchase of $4 or more
Spend $100 on roundy’s black angus beef and get $10 off your next roundy’s black angus beef purchase of $10 or more
Spend $20 on Yoplait Yogurt and get $5 off your next purchase of $5 or more
Buy 5 boxes of any minute instant rice or success boil-in-bag rice and get a free 8.8 oz. package of minute ready to serve rice
Buy 7 cases of Ice Mountain 24 pack .5 ltr bottle water and get $5 off your next ice mountain water purchase of $5 or more
Buy 2 bags of Purina 31.1-37 lb. dry dog food and get $4 off your next purina 31.1-37 lb. dog food purchase of $4 or more
Spend $50 on deli sliced lunchmeat and get $5 off your next deli sliced lunchmeat purchase of $5 or more
Spend $20 on Arnold Sandwich or Bagel Thins and get $5 off your next purchase of $5 or more
Buy 4 packages of any Oscar Mayer hot dogs and get the 5th free on your next purchase
Buy 6 bottles of 59 oz. Gold Peak Tea and get a free 59 oz. bottle of minute maid enhanced juice
Spend $10 on Purina Beneful Prepared Meals and get the 11th free on next purchase
Offers Valid at:
Brookfield: Greenfield Avenue, Capitol Drive
Brown Deer: Green Bay Road
Germantown: Mequon Road
Hales Corners: 108th Street
Menomonee Falls: Appleton Avenue, County Line Road
Milwaukee: Good Hope Road, Silver Spring Drive, Brown Deer Road
Muskego: Janesville Road
New Berlin: National Avenue (2 stores)
Wales: Wales Road
Waukesha: Sunset, Moreland Blvd, Sunset
(Isn’t there a Metro Market PIck’n Save on Bluemound? Does this include the Metro Market stores? I know the coupons books that come out have come out somewhat differently for them.)
There was also a separate flyer on Turkey Perks. Use your Roundy’s Rewards Card between September 23 and November 13 and earn one Turkey Perk for every $10 you spend on qualified purchases. (Astricks says see service desk for complete details. So I wonder what might not be a qualifying purchase? Medicine from the pharmacy I imagine. Maybe alcohol? I imagine most things are included.)
Earn 35 – 54 perks ($350 – $540 spent) You pay $.69 per pound for a butterball hen turkey up to 14 lbs. (Wait, I thought they got to be lower than $.69 a pound last thanksgiving?!)
Earn 55 – 84 perks ($550 – $840 spent) You pay $.39 per pound for a butterball hen turkey up to 14 lbs.
Earn 85 or more perks ($850 or more spent) You pay nothing for a butterball hen turkey up to 14 lbs.
Your Turkeyperks will be listed at the end of your receipt. Then purchase a Butterball Hen Turkey up to 14 lbs. from 11/14 to 11/25 using your Roundy’s Rewards card and your earned discount will automatically apply.
That is what they have so far. Doesn’t sound like a reason to go to Pick’n Save over someone else, but it is a nice small bonus. ($850 in a month and a half at PIck’n Save… I don’t think I will do that.. I will probably get the $350 amount, but that is it. Those of you who remember, how low did turkey’s get last Thanksgiving? I don’t think it was as good as some years, but I thought it was right around $.68 a pound or so.)