- Many stores are no longer allowing you to bring in reusable shopping bags.
- Many stores are requiring that shoppers wear masks (updated July 16, 2020).
- Many stores are starting to limit the amount of customers in the store at a time.
On Tuesdays and Thursdays, the store will open one hour before opening to the public (store hours vary by location) for seniors, pregnant women, and customers with compromised immune systems.
Designated the first hour of each day for senior citizens and “those most vulnerable to this virus”.
No longer offering a senior shopping hour because people were abusing the system. They recommend that people shop in the early morning hours just after opening since it is less busy.
On Tuesdays and Thursdays, members 60 and older can shop from 8 to 9 a.m. at all locations except Business Centers. No more than two shoppers entering at a time per membership card. Click here for Instacart and same day delivery. There is no delivery fee, but each item is a little more expensive than if you were shopping in-store. They also have a shipping option on certain non-perishable items.
The first hour of each day is designated for seniors to shop.
Designated special shopping hours to customers 65 and older and those with underlying health conditions. 7-8am Food City is also planning to hire 2,500 additional full-time and part-time associates. Click here to learn more.
Mondays and Wednesdays from 7-8am is designated for compromised shoppers.
Designated special shopping hours for seniors and other individuals most at risk is 8-9am.
Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 7am-8am are designated for seniors, first responders, and those with compromised immune systems.
From Monday thru Thursday, the first hour of opening (7-8am) is designated for seniors and those with compromised immune systems.
While not offering a senior shopping hour, they are offering curbside drop-off. Order and pay by phone or when you arrive to pick-up.
Open from 7am-10pm. No senior shopping hours have been specified.
Tuesday and Wednesday mornings from 7 to 8 a.m. are designated for seniors 65+. The pharmacy will also open at 7am during that time for seniors.
Stores are open two hours early (7am-9am) on Tuesdays and Thursdays for members who are seniors, have disabilities, or compromised immune systems. Members have the choice to shop inside during these hours or place orders from their cars in a designated parking location outside the store to be picked out by a Sam’s Club employee.
The first hour of opening from 8am-9am is designated for seniors (8-9am).
Every Tuesday and Wednesday, the first hour the store is open is designated for “vulnerable guests”.
They are open from 10am-5pm, and while they said they do not have set senior hours, they recommend shopping before noon when there is less of a crowd. They are offering grocery delivery. Call (865) 805-3511 to arrange.
Starting on May 12th, they are establishing the following days/times for our at-risk customers: Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday from 10am-12pm.
The first hour of daily shopping is reserved for senior customers, from 9 to 10 a.m. Effective May 11th, they are extending our store hours until 8PM daily to better serve our communities.
Open from 9am-7pm daily, except for Sundays when their store hours are 12-6pm. They are not currently offering a senior shopping hour, but they recommend to shop during morning hours when less busy.
On Tuesdays, seniors and their caregivers or immediate family members are invited to shop from 8 to 9 a.m.
From March 24- April 28, every Tuesday will be designated to customers 60+ to shop one hour prior to store opening.
Customers 60+ are invited to shop one hour prior to store opening.