Get all your deals, coupons and rewards in one easy place with up to $300 in weekly discounts. One app for all your shopping needs from planning your next store run, to ordering Drive Up and Go or letting us deliver for you.

• Get all your deals, coupons, and rewards in one place.
• Easily find items carried in your store.
• Build your shopping list so you won’t forget anything.
• Quick access to your online and in-store purchase history.
• Use Drive Up and Go or Delivery to get your groceries in a snap.

What’s New

Version 21.1.5

BIG UPDATE: It's finally here, one app for all your shopping needs from planning your next store trip, ordering grocery pickup or letting us deliver for you. And, you still have all of your deals, coupons & rewards in one place.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
200K Ratings

200K Ratings

Krebstar Prime ,

Nice app, wish it worked correctly

The app is fine for looking at the weekly ads but you have to click, click again, then find it on your list then click again to use it next time you check out. Too many steps involved, and lately the app coupons are not working at check out. No one at the store knows why, no one can solve this problem. I’ve lost out on 2 rewards points because of it. Very frustrating. And I’m not the only person who’s experienced these issues. The app needs a redesign, streamline the process, let the customer use the app coupons at every store without having to reset which store you want to use each time. This is supposed to make shopping more convenient. It’s not having the desired effect.

DucksoupSD ,

Sometimes newer isn’t better

UPDATE: I dropped it to one star because I found out I have to re-select my store EVERY TIME I OPEN THE APP. Unbelievably lame!!! You take 67 million bytes on my phone for this horrible update but you won’t take 4 more bytes to save my store selection? Clueless!!!

I guess some people will like the new update, but I’m not one of them. I used to be able to find the Buy 5 or more discounts by searching for Buy. I could plan my shopping using the those, but now, I get coupons and other offers by the hundreds - and no Buy 5 offers. Apparently, I will have to go up and down all the aisles, reading all the shelf tags to find them. So, I’m going to be missing a lot of deals from now on. Yes, the Weekly Ad has most of the Buy 5 offers, but doesn’t have the local store ones - and now that the ads aren’t mailed, I rarely see them. It was very easy to just search and choose the Buy 5 offers - and that’s gone. I don’t have a phablet, so shrinking the items down to fit two to a row makes it very hard to read the info on my phone. This should be a user preference. For me, fewer clicks are better than more clicks when I’m trying to use an app on the go. This update has more clicks to get to the same places I used before, so I’m not a fan. Again, user preferences should be used so we can set things up the way we want once and not constantly click through more menus to get where we want to go. Maybe they’ll get it right in a few months…

Developer Response ,

We apologize for the inconveniences you have experienced while using the app and have informed the proper teams of your concerns. If you'd like to share more, please feel free to chat with us on the mobile app by visiting Need Help under the Settings page or visiting the website using your mobile browser. Thank you!

send345692 ,

This app is designed to send customers to the competition

Like most people, grocery shopping is not my favorite weekend experience. Albertson’s app makes going to the grocery a necessary evil. The app is fraught with data entry errors, rarely works in scan mode, and is the most user unfriendly program I’ve ever seen. Five other women shoppers, two of whom are millennials, were as frustrated with the app as I was today. One poor lady said she thought it was her fault that the app didn’t work. When I complained to the manager, he said I had to talk to “Corporate,” since he couldn’t do anything. I hope that the marketing geniuses who dreamed up this multi-layered pricing system based on how much time you’re willing to waste online listen to their customer base. At this point I’ve decided to shop at Albertson’s as infrequently as possible, although I’ve been a loyal customer for 28 years. The cost benefit trade off between Albertsons and a combination of Walmart, Sprouts and Whole Foods has moved to Albertson’s competition. Why can’t you offer fair prices and loss leader incentives in a transparent and easy fashion?

App Privacy

The developer, Albertsons Companies, LLC, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
  • Diagnostics

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Purchases
  • Location
  • Search History
  • Usage Data

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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