Browse Weis Markets Weekly Ad Circular, valid February 21 – February 27, 2019. This Week Weis best deals, printable coupons, savings and sale on: Tru Moo 1% Chocolate Milk – 1 gallon; General Mills Cereal; Gain Laundry Detergent; Francesco Rinaldi Pasta Sauce; Dietz & Watson American Cheese; French’s French Fried Onions; Turkey Hill Ice Cream; […]
Current best Weis savings: $2.99 lb Organic Red or White Seedless Grapes; $2.99 Kashi Cereal – 15.6 or 16.3 oz; $2.99 per pound Northwest Red Cherries; $7.99 per pound Easy Peel Raw Shrimp 21-25 ct – 2 lb; B1G1 free Selected Entenmann’s Little Bites – 8.25 to 11 oz; 2/$4 Turkey Hill Ice Cream – […]
Weis best savings: $6.98 per pound Choice Porterhouse or T-Bone Steaks; 10/$2 Bi-Color Sweet Corn; 2/$4 Weis Quality Ice Cream – 48 oz; 3/$5 Bush’s Best Baked Beans – 21 to 28 oz; $4.99 Personal Watermelon; $3.48 per pound Marinated Boneless Chicken Breast; $1.79 per pound Broccoli Crowns; 2/$8 Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream – […]
Latest Weis deals: $3.99 Turkey Hill All Natural Ice Cream; $1.78 per pound Red Seedless Grapes, Gala, Granny Smith or Ambrosia Apples; 40% off Perdue Boneless or Bone-In Chicken Breast, Perdue Bone-In Drumsticks or Thighs Perdue Fresh Breaded, Frozen Bagged or Short Cuts – 9 to 32 ounce; 10/$10 Selected Barilla Pasta – 12 to […]
Weis weekly specials: B1G1 free Strawberries – 16 oz, Blueberries – pint or Blackberries – 5.6 oz; $1.29 per pound Smoked Ham Portions; 50% off per lb Perdue Savings Pack or Fit N' Easy Boneless Chicken Breast; $1.99 Selected Bigelow Tea – 20 ct; $1.47 Weis Quality Grade A Large Eggs – dozen; 2/$4 Keebler Townhouse […]
Weis Markets, Inc. is a chain of supermarkets based in Sunbury, Pennsylvania, with a presence in Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, West Virginia, and Maryland. In 2012, it operates 162 stores in five states.
Weis Markets was founded as Weis Pure Foods in 1912 in Sunbury, Pennsylvania by two brothers, Harry and Sigmund Weis. Their store has been noted as “revolutionary”, as it did not operate on credit—sales were only for cash. At the time, similar stores operated on credit, allowing customers to build a tab that would be paid periodically. Cash sales were a sign of a growing working class earning steady paychecks—and they also helped lower prices by up to 25%.
Weis faces significant competition from various food retail formats, including conventional retailers, mass merchant retailers, discount retailers, drug stores, convenience stores, and dollar stores. Weis’s chief competition comes in its traditional home base of central Pennsylvania. Giant (Carlisle), a supermarket chain owned by Ahold, began aggressive expansion during the 1990s, building newer, larger stores with vast selections. The expansion caught Weis off-guard. While Weis was able to kick into gear with an expansion project of its own, it has not yet fully recovered. Giant still remains the market leader throughout central and northeastern Pennsylvania.
If you are interested in knowing more about the company, its statements, products, and special offers or discounts, please visit www.weismarkets.com.
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