Every American shops for groceries, and as budgets tighten, these shoppers need not sacrifice the quality of their experience or the food they purchase at grocery stores. In Sinking Spring, PA, shoppers will find seven Redner’s Markets within ten miles of the city center, including the Wyomissing Fresh Market on Berkshire Boulevard in Wyomissing and the Redner’s location on Penn Avenue in Sinking Spring.
If you find that your family’s budget demands an adjustment to how you shop for groceries, consider the following suggestions and a few ways that we at Redner’s Markets strive to reward our loyal shoppers with promotions and discounts.
Online Food Shopping
Online grocery shopping may just be one of the permanent changes to the American shopping experience following the COVID-19 pandemic. Redner’s shoppers can avail themselves of the Redner’s Ready program to shop online and pick up their purchases at the curb without entering the store.
Meal Planning and Bulk Purchasing
Shoppers, to save money, are eating out less, doing a better job at meal planning, and buying in bulk. The Redner’s Warehouse Markets are particularly helpful, offering bottom dollar prices for quality products without any gimmicks.
Redner’s works diligently to provide locally sourced produce, meat, and dairy, as well as store brand goods for freshness and low prices.
Planning for Your Shopping Trip
- Redner’s Reward Program – With Redner’s Rewards, you’ll qualify for discounts and promotions while shopping and accrue points for future discounts on food purchases. The points you gain when food shopping can even be redeemed for fuel purchases, and who doesn’t need that?
- Price Tracking – They’ll change as prices fluctuate from season to season. You’ll find that the cost of condiments, for instance, goes down near the summer holidays, and soups are cheaper during colder months. By keeping a running tally of prices, you’ll soon be able to identify low prices and stock up when you judge the price to be the lowest.
- Plan Menus and Make Lists – Whether you shop weekly or bi-weekly, take stock of your pantry and freezer’s inventories and determine what needs to be used first, planning menus accordingly. You can then make a concise shopping list using weekly ad prices, manufacturer coupons, and Redner’s Rewards points to save as much as possible.
Understanding the Redner’s Rewards Program
Redner’s Markets values quality foods, low prices, and customer satisfaction, and one of the key ways to save beyond our commitment to low prices is the Redner’s Rewards program. With this program, you’ll save while shopping and gain points each time you shop at one of our locations.
These points can be redeemed for future fuel or food purchases. Remember that Redner’s Rewards points expire 30 days after they’re earned. Shop more; save more.
For food purchases, redeem the points during checkout. You’ll see the adjusted point balance on your transaction’s receipt.
Fuel purchases at one of the thousands of participating fuel centers can also be discounted through Redner’s Rewards point redemption. Every $50 spent equals a 20-gallon fill-up with 5¢/gallon off the purchase.
Redner’s Markets grocery stores offer food shoppers in Sinking Spring, PA, the goods, services, and savings they need to work with a tight budget and feed their families well. Reach out online with inventory suggestions, feedback, or questions by clicking here.