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Add Spartan Stores to the list of grocers angling to lure shoppers through its doors of stores with discount incentives tied to economic stimulus checks.
Billing its program as offering more value, flexibility, and choices than those offered by other supermarkets, Spartan said its customers throughout Michigan can also receive a 10 percent bonus on groceries or gasoline at Quick Stop Fuel and Convenience Centers through a store gift card program when they cash their economic stimulus tax rebate checks or show their proof of rebate direct deposit.
The store bonus program, which runs through July 18, allows customers of the aforementioned stores to exchange their tax rebate for a grocery store or Quick Stop fuel gift card with an extra 10 percent added to it. A $300 gift card must be purchased in order to cash the checks.
"We recognize that groceries are a significant expenditure for the American family," said Dennis Eidson, Spartan Stores' president/c.o.o. "While we offer specials each week on food and other household items, we want to offer our customers the opportunity to take advantage of bonus flexibility and options with their rebate checks and make their grocery dollars stretch even further."
Eidson said customers may purchase groceries, gasoline, household items, and even pharmacy co-pay, and may also choose how much of their rebate they want to stretch. "Our customers earn the 10 percent bonus on the $300 minimum gift card purchase or if they choose they can add more value by purchasing a higher value gift card in increments of $100," said Eidson, adding that the program is limited to one offer per household with a limit of $1,200.00 in gift card purchases.