Monday, February 4, 2013
The last day to earn foodperks! is Feb. 13.
Giant Eagle is ending foodperks! and adding extra incentive to use its fuelperks! program, according a press release from the Pennsylvannia-based company. The last day to earn foodperks! will be Feb. 13 and discounts must be redeemed by May 31. According to a letter obtained by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, the CEO said customers thought the foodperks! program was "a little too complex." In an effort to inform in advance the customers who were receiving the highest level of savings with foodperks!, Giant Eagle began to issue letters to those customers along with added value offers in appreciation of their loyalty. These letters began to arrive late last week, and will continue to be delivered to customer mailboxes through this week. In …
The program is 'a little too complex.'
UPDATED FEB. 4: 1:40 p.m. Giant Eagle is ending Foodperks, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, but is expanding Fuelperks. The last day to earn Foodperks will be Feb. 13 and discounts must be redeemed by May 31. According to a letter obtained by the newspaper, the CEO said customers thought the Foodperks program was "a little too complex." The program gave customers a 1 percent discount on groceries for every 10 gallons of gas purchased at GetGo gas stations. Customers were queried at checkout if they would like to redeem Foodperks or save the discount for future use. Foodperks began in 2009. Giant Eagle's popular Fuelperks program will remain and expand. Fuelperks gives customers 10 cents to 20 cents off a gallon (depending on …
Sunday, June 17, 2012
The most bizarre police reports from departments throughout Northeast Ohio.
Northeast Ohio police departments have been busy with plenty of outlandish offenses. Here are the weirdest reports of the week. All information was provided by police reports from departments in Patch communities. No mani-pedi here: Charles Swinney wouldn't take 'no' for an answer when it came to his nails. Mentor Police say the 43-year-old Cleveland man went into Asian Nails after several drinks and became irate when employees refused to give him a manicure and pedicure. He had a duffel bag with him and continually reached into it during the confrontation. That made four or five people scurry from the business. He told police getting a mani-pedi was on his "bucket list." He pleaded no contest to inducing panic and resisting arrest and was…
Sunday, November 6, 2011
Fees from your institution will still apply.
Giant Eagle is hoping you'll reward its GetGo stores' generosity by bringing a little extra business their way. The Supermarket chain is rolling out surcharge-free ATMs at all Northeast Ohio GetGo stores in a partnership with Huntington banks. And with some banks charging $3 or more for each ATM transaction, the savings could really add up. Giant Eagle says you don't need to have a Huntington account to use the no-fee ATMs. If your bank assesses fees for using out-of-network ATMs, those may still apply. Have bank fees frustrated you? Tell us in the comments.