Weis Markets previews new prototype store in Cumberland County, Pa.
PennLive file photo of the Weis Markets in Hampden Township.
Weis is one of the only chains in central Pa. with a free Thanksgiving turkey program. But there’s a catch – shoppers have to generate enough points on their Weis Preferred Shoppers cards.
Customers earn 10 reward points for every $50 spent in the stores.
Shoppers with 50 points can redeem them until Nov. 23 for a free Weis Quality Frozen Turkey or they can redeem them for an 80 cent discount off Butterball frozen turkeys.
In addition, shoppers with 20 points can redeem them for a 29 cent-per-pound discount off Weis Quality frozen turkeys.
Weis also give shoppers the option to use their points toward the purchase of free hams and frozen lasagna.
The Wegmans supermarket in Silver Spring Township.
Wegmans is selling Shady Brook frozen turkeys for 29 cents. You need a Shoppers Club card and you need to spend $25, including the sale of the turkey, to take advantage of the discount.
It is also carrying Butterball turkeys for $1.29 a pound. Again, Shoppers Club card holders have to spend $25, including the price of the turkey, to take advantage of the offer. Most Butterball turkeys are priced at more than $25 so in most cases shoppers don’t have to purchase anything else to take advantage of the promotion, said Bob Finn, store manager at the Wegmans in Silver Spring Township.
New Lemoyne Karns Quality Foods store set to open
Karns stores are accepting orders for fresh turkeys priced at $1.59 for Shady Brook brand up to 30 pounds and $2.99 a pound for fresh whole turkey breasts. The stores also have Honest Turkey by Honeysuckle white antibiotic free turkeys for $1.89 a pound.
They sell frozen turkeys but president Scott Karns said fresh turkeys are the chain’s focus for the holidays.