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Lay's Potato Chips or Lay's Kettle Cooked Potato Chips<br>Select Varieties, 5-8 oz<br>When you buy 4 or more in the same transaction with Card
Quantities less than 4 will be priced at $2.99 each with Card.<br>
Lay's Potato Chips or Lay's Kettle Cooked Potato Chips<br>5-8 oz or Mission Tortilla Chips,
ESS 9-13 oz; Select Varieties<br>When you buy 4 or more in the same transaction with Card. Quantities less than 4 will be priced up to $2.99 each with Card.<br>
Family Dollar is an American variety store chain. With over 8,000 locations in all states except Alaska, Hawaii, Oregon and Washington, it is the second largest retailer of its type in the United States. Family Dollar was headquartered in Matthews, a suburb of Charlotte, North Carolina, until it was acquired by Dollar Tree and headquarters operations were moved to Chesapeake, Virginia.
Kroger is the United States' largest supermarket by revenue with a cool $121.1 billion in annual sales. The retail giant has over 2,800 stores across the US. It also has plenty of other well-known retail stores under its umbrella. These include Ralph's, Fred Meyer, and Dillon's among other brands. Kroger is a one-stop shop where you can get good quality items at a low price.
Acme Markets Inc. is a supermarket chain operating 164 stores throughout Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania and, as of 1999, is a subsidiary of Albertsons, and part of its presence in the Northeast. It is headquartered in East Whiteland Township, Pennsylvania, near Malvern, a Philadelphia suburb.
In 1999, Ralphs purchased about 30 Albertsons and Lucky stores, mostly in northern California. The stores were divested as a result of the Albertsons and American Stores merger. Ralphs operated the stores until January 2006, when they announced that all but one Ralphs in northern California would close. In August 2006, the one remaining Ralphs in northern California was given a 60-day notice of closure. Also, in August 2006, Ralphs finalized plans to sell eleven Cala-Bell Stores to Harley DeLano, who previously ran the chain. Ralphs's Northern California expansion did not work out as planned.
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