A List of Stores Offering “Senior Hours”
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A List of Stores Offering “Senior Hours”

Posted on Wednesday, June 10th, 2020 at 4:29 am
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While some stores are re-opening, it is important to know that the COVID-19 virus is still present. Stores are helping to protect seniors from COVID-19 by creating hours where only seniors and vulnerable shoppers can shop.

Good Houskeeping put together a list of stores that have senior hours. Here are a few:

Albertsons: 7 to 9 am on Tuesdays and Thursdays
ALDI: 8:30 to 9:30 am on Tuesdays and Thursdays
Costco: Any member 60 and older can shop from 8 to 9am Tuesday through Thursday. No more than two people can enter the store with each membership card at one time.
Dollar General: The first hour of operation is reserved for seniors
Food Lion: Every Monday and Wednesday seniors and at-risk customers can shop from 8 to 9 am
Food Town: Anyone 65 and older can shop from 7 to 8 am
Kroger: All stores open at least one hour earlier for seniors and at-risk customers. Call your local store for exact times.
Publix: Anyone 65 and older can shop on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 7 to 8 am
Rite Aid: Seniors and at-risk customers can shop from 9 to 10 am on weekdays
Safeway: Stores are open from 7 to 9 am on Tuesdays and Thursdays for seniors and at-risk customers
Sam’s Club: Seniors and at-risk customers can show every Tuesday and Thursday from 7 to 9 am
Target: Stores are reserving an hour on Tuesdays and Wednesdays for “vulnerable shoppers”. Call your local store to find out exact hours.
Trader Joes: Stores will dedicate their first hour to seniors and at-risk customers. Call your local store to find out exact hours.
Vons: Stores open from 7 to 9 am on Tuesdays and Thursdays for seniors and at-risk shoppers
Walgreens: Tuesdays are considered “Seniors Day” with all-day discounts and seniors-only shopping from 8 to 9 am
Walmart: Through April 28, 2020, stores open one hour early on Tuesday for 60 and older to shop

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