A&P Family of Supermarkets New Rewards Program: Spend $300 Get 5% Off!

A&P Family of stores which include, A&P, Waldbaum and SuperFresh are now offering a new Lower Price Project Rewards program.  The program is running from 9/19 – 12/31.  Each time a shopper, using their store rewards card, spends $300 in groceries they will receive a coupon at checkout for 5% off your next order.

Here are the details from the company:

From Sunday, September 19th through Friday, December 31st, each time a customer at A&P, Waldbaum’s or SuperFresh spends $300, they will receive a coupon for 5% off of their next purchase!  Now, customers can take advantage of A&P’s everyday low prices AND earn money back at the same time!  Customers simply present their Savings Club Card every time they shop, and when their purchases add up to $300, they will automatically earn a 5% Reward Certificate, good towards a future purchase.

Save certificates and they’ll add up!  With every $300 in purchases, a customer will be awarded one 5% off Reward Certificate.  One Reward Certificate earns you 5% off, and two Reward Certificates earn you 10% off!  Customers may accumulate their Reward Certificates for a maximum savings of 35%.

Lower Price Project Rewards Certificates can be redeemed through December 31, 2010.  Purchases accumulate through December 23, 2010.  Combine up to seven earned Reward Certificates for a total of up to a 35% discount.  Maximum savings is $500.  (Redeeming orders over $1,425 that qualify for up to 35% savings will only be allowed a maximum $500 deduction.)  Lost or misplaced Rewards Certificates cannot be replaced.  See store or visit each store’s website for complete program rules.

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  • debbied

    beware of a/p kraft deal didnt work asst manager in pleasant valley ny nasty attitude i will not shop there any more called no response

  • Ryan Goldberg

    a&P in Jersey City close to Home Deepot and Best Buy Holland tunnel the cashier use the own reward card on your shopping…and he refused to put on your card.