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Pick 'N Save Revamps Website

Nationwide grocery store announces a new website allowing shoppers to search coupons, brand names, recipes, create shopping lists and more.

Pick 'n Save stores have now become easier to navigate by planning ahead with the company's newly revamped website, according to a press release from the company.

"Enabling its customers to better plan their shopping trips, Pick 'n Save's new website and digital planning tools allow shoppers to quickly sort through hundreds of weekly sales items, meal solutions, coupons and specials and quickly make a shopping list tailored specifically to their likes, preferences and budget," the press release said.

The new website features the ability to search by department or brand, showcases personalized specials tailored to the shoppers' preferences and previous shopping history, as well as access to the weekly ad circular and in-store specials and sale items, according to the press release.

The site becomes more interactive with a recipe center featuring thousands of recipes and wine pairings as well as the ability to create a master shopping list and a record of previous orders.  Shoppers will have the ability to view all past purchases using their loyalty card information.

Carrie Maaske May 25, 2011 at 04:11 AM
Oh goodie! Will the new website tell me if Pick 'n Save is going to be out of at least 10 items on my list that I need? Happens every week at the revamped Pick in the Falls. It never fails that they will be out of something. Today it was the Skippy Peanut Butter that they had a coupon for and they were also out of basil.
Bob McBride May 25, 2011 at 11:38 AM
I've heard this complaint on numerous occasions now. I've never run into it myself but I'm not real good about keeping track of the coupons. I believe if a company continually is found to have "run out of" items they're offering on specials intended to bring people into their stores it can be considered a violation of certain "bait and switch" type laws. I know in the case of some of the big box stores you'll see noted in their advertising the minimum number of those items they'll have per store. I assume that's the result of consumer complaints. Maybe if those who are experiencing this contact the BBB they'll either be forced to keep a better inventory of sale items in stock or make some sort of disclaimer (aside from the number limit per customer) in their ads and coupon circulars.
David Keup May 25, 2011 at 11:12 PM
The competition is definitely stiff in hooking grocery buyers in the large metro areas like Milwaukee...Pick 'N Save, Sendiks, Piggly Wiggly, Walmart Superstores, Woodmans, Costco, Sams Club, Walgreens...hmmm...what I have missed? I know there are so many more... I only go to one grocery store - Piggly Wiggly - here in smallville Coleman, Wis. (southern Marinette County) and I save a lot with the Pig Card and also get points for gas discounts at a gas station down the road. When I need to use coupons I grab the mailer found at the store and rip them out before I checkout. No questions asked. Hmmm...life in smallville is sooo good!!
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