BJ’s Waiving Membership Fee for All Hudson Valley Shoppers
If you've always wanted to shop at BJ's but never signed up as a member, you're in luck.
BJ's is opening up their doors to everyone, not just those who've paid a yearly membership fee. According to Supermarket News, the warehouse wholesale club is waiving their membership requirements in an effort to gain new customers.
Right now, anyone can shop at BJ's and take advantage of their wholesale pricing without a yearly membership, but the offer only extends through November 4. However, if you do stop in during that time, you can sign up for a free 3-month membership or pay just $25 for a whole year, $30 off the annual membership fee.
The supermarket business has become very competitive in the Hudson Valley over the past few years, with Hannaford and Stop & Shop merging into one company and other grocery stores, like ShopRite and Price Chopper, pumping millions of dollars into store renovations and-home delivery services.
BJ's is hoping that grocery shoppers check out their warehouse prices, which they claim are generally 25% less than supermarkets, and decide to stay. If you want to give the free membership a spin, just stop by either of the two Hudson Valley BJ's locations in Wappingers Falls or Monroe.