St. Louis-based Schnuck Markets has announced that shoppers can now redeem rewards points and buy gift cards using self-checkout at most of its Schnucks and Eatwell Market stores. They could previously do so only at traditional checkout lanes.
“We continue to listen to our customers’ feedback and work to bring them more efficient shopping experiences in our stores,” said Michael Wait, IT director.
“Shoppers who prefer the convenience of self-checkout can now enjoy the same perks and products as those who use our traditional check lanes.”
To redeem Schnucks Rewards Points at self-checkout, customers tap the “Schnucks Rewards” button on the terminal when ready to pay, select “My Rewards” on the app’s home screen and scan the barcode provided.
When buying Schnucks and other retailer gift cards at self-checkout, customers will be limited to $200 per gift card and $1,000 per customer, per day.
Founded in 1939, Schnucks Markets is a third and fourth generation, family-owned grocery retailer operating 115 stores in Missouri, Illinois, Indiana and Wisconsin.
According to Forbes’ 2022 rankings, Schnucks is the 178th largest privately-owned company in the United States and the 14th largest privately-owned grocer. Schnucks annually donates more than $14 million in food to pantries in need.
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