Maximize your savings with the Vons app and our just for U program! Register to find over $300 in weekly savings and earn fuel rewards. Easily get weekly coupons and sale information on groceries and more. Download and register to start savings now.
Find your Savings:
· Register to clip your digital coupons in just for U® to be used at checkout
· Sort offers by aisle, category, purchase history, recently added, and about to expire
· Register to Earn Gas Rewards and redeem at participating stations. See program details inside the app.
· View your Weekly Ad
Build your Shopping List:
• Using your purchase history
• Add the items you buy that may not be found in your weekly ad (Your Club Specials)
• Adding your own items
• Scan barcodes
Other Features you will find:
• Manage your account
• Store Locator/Gas Locator
• See your Rewards and Savings Summary
*Some features not available in all areas.
Bug fixes and minor improvements.
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Clairemont Mesa Blvd VONS
I have shopped at Vons 95% of the time throughout the last 40 years. The last 30 years has been (almost exclusively) at the VONS on Clairemont Mesa Blvd & Claremont Drive. All the years have brought many experiences, good and bad but I have finally come to question my future loyalty to this corporation. It was not until the 6 months or 9 months that I reached a level of anger/disappointment/anxiety with a specific cashier causing me to speak to management. It seems this person has already had several customer complaints. I was told this is one of the ‘Union’ positions that survived the famous Vons strike about 15 years ago. The union has made it nearly impossible to remove this extremely volatile and unhappy person from customer interaction. Vons has the most amazing employees who are deserving of the amount they are paid as a cashier but these stores MUST be given the ability to deal with unsatisfactory employees as they see fit. It is disheartening to see this person putting nothing into the workday when the rest of the amazing team is being forced to work twice as hard for equal pay.
Does this seem fair? Please tell me, have I been misinformed?
I love shopping at Vons Warm Springs and Durango. However, living in Vegas I know how hard our water is. Therefore I buy distilled water for my household. For years I used the water dispensers machines outside your store. Even though it was a separate transaction with a vendor “ glacier water” who is not onsite. A machine that would consistently refuse my dollar bills and then not deliver my change accurately. I would also be standing in stifling heat or freezing my beans depending on the tome of year.
Imagine how happy I was when I found out Smiths has indoor water dispensers. I can fill up my bottles inside and pay for them with the rest of my groceries at checkout. No more hassles.
I went from shopping exclusively w Vons to driving 5 miles out of my neighborhood to go to Smiths.
Now that Smiths has opened a store across the street from you... a store that also has a real selection of gourmet cheeses... I feel inclined to go there exclusively.
But I love your just4u coupons and your prices can’t be beat.
Please consider adding water dispensers inside your store and revamping your stock of cheeses. The selection is dismal. I guarantee you will have all my grocery money if you do.
So I was buying a package of soda at Vons and the price was about $6.99, but on sale for 5.99. On the same label on the shelf, it said four for $10. Well then I searched around for four packs, figuring that although I didn’t need that much, I could use them over time. When I looked at my receipt, they each had cost me $5.99. Using my Vons card saved me a dollar each, but I didn’t get the four for $10 shown on the shelf. Investigating, the customer service lady explained I needed to download this app and pick out and add a coupon on the internet to my Vons card account before coming to the checkout in order to get the price on the shelf. She said i was the fifth person today she had to handle due to this. I said those were the five that checked their receipt before leaving—who know how many just got ripped off and went home. The lady next to me overheard and Remarked that it seemed deceptive to her. I told the customer service lady to let the higher ups know it’s a pretty bad system and she said she thinks they are trying to get the younger crowd who are computer savvy to shop there more.
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