First things first. We aren’t a warehouse club, and there’s no membership fee. You don’t need to show a card to get in the door, and everyone is welcome. Always.
If you need to buy a dozen eggs for a really good price, you can – when buying three dozen eggs really isn’t necessary.
We offer a “no-frills” shopping experience that helps us keep our prices incredibly low on everything in the store. From quality fresh meat and freshly stocked produce to your favorite national brands, we have what your family needs. The only thing that’s missing: high prices.
We don’t just say we have the lowest prices – we guarantee it. If you find an ad price lower than our everyday low prices, we’ll gladly match it.
Customers ask us what separates us from our competition. It’s really simple. Our 45 stores are family owned and operated, and we are a part of the neighborhood. We support our community and organizations that help make it great, including the United Way, the Muscular Dystrophy Association, and the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.
A lot of good. From our S.H.A.R.E.S. (Supporting Humanities, Arts, Recreation, Education, and Sports) and C.A.R.E.S. (Community, Arts, Recreation, Education, and Sports) programs to our SuperFriend Store Tours, we’re committed to the communities we serve.
To help your qualifying organization, pick up our S.H.A.R.E.S. card and register your school, church, group or organization. Then use it with your purchases and your group will receive a quarterly check for up to three percent (3%) of qualified purchases. The savings will really add up, but so will the money you earn for your organization. Save Mart Supermarkets and their family of stores (Lucky Supermarkets, FoodMaxx, and S-Mart Foods) donate 4.5 million annually.
C.A.R.E.S. is a 501(c) (3) charitable organizations that seeks out qualifying organizations to support. These organizations and groups must have a record of results and, in some measurable way, contribute to the advancement of the community, arts, recreation, or sports. You’d be surprised what you can learn at a Supermarket. Since 2000, more than 230 groups have taken a SuperFriend Store Tour – informative tours to schools, clubs and other organizations. Our “Superfriends” guide you through an educational supermarket expedition. Older students tackle topics like supermarket operations, consumer education, label reading and good eating habits. Younger students learn to make “super food choices” from various departments throughout the store. To schedule a tour, please call 1-800-692-5710, Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Please schedule 3-4 weeks in advance for your best choice of dates and times. So, as you can see, we do a lot of good for the people in our communities. And we really love doing it. For more info on any of these programs, don't hesitate to give us a call. Because as you now know, we love to help.