Yes – Shoprite does sell stamps!
ShopRite Supermarkets is one of the largest chains of retail outlets in the United States. They’re also one of the companies partnering with the United States Postal Service to offer postage stamps for sale.
Read on to find out more about ShopRite Supermarkets, where to find one near you, and how you can purchase stamps from them.
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Where Can I Find ShopRite?
There are ShopRite retail stores in several states, including New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, and Pennsylvania.
Across these states, there are more than 300 ShopRite stores, so there’s probably one near your house!
The ShopRite store locator can help you find the closest store to your address.
Besides searching by state, you may search by zip code for a store. In addition, you can customize your search results to search for a store that delivers groceries online, picks them up from your house, does catering, and more.
What Kind of Stamps Does ShopRite Sell?
Various postage stamps are available at ShopRite Supermarkets retail stores, including postage stamps for mailings and postcards.
The truth is that ShopRite does not offer single postage stamps. However, a number of supermarket chains sell books of postage stamps which contain a large number of individual stamps.
In any ShopRite store, you can purchase postage stamps throughout the store by asking an agent or any other staff member at the customer service counter.
Stamp Prices at ShopRite
Stamp books at ShopRite Supermarkets usually sell for more than at a post office in the U.S.
Although ShopRite is primarily a retailer, it is open on weekends as well as normal workdays.
ShopRite started as a struggling grocery cooperative founded by 8 members, each of whom owned their own independent supermarket.
That was back in 1940, and since then, Wakefern Food Corp., formerly known as ShopRite, is the sole merchandising and distribution arm of the franchise.
Wakefern and ShopRite currently employs more than 50,000 people across 6 states of the United States. They are presently comprised of 50 members that independently own and run stores under the ShopRite name.
In order to provide our customers with the best products at the lowest prices, we strive to use our “Volume” buying strategy as well as utilizing Wakefern Food Corporation for all their warehouse and distribution needs.