Sunday, May 5, 2013
The new Publix is expected to open in early 2014. Where are you getting your shopping done during the store's absence?
Carrollwood residents accustomed to whipping into the Village Center Publix to grab bakery treats, deli sandwiches or weekly groceries have been out of luck since late March. But, there’s good news on the horizon. Plans to demolish the old store and build a new one on the site are moving along, say officials from Publix. Brian West, spokesman for Publix, says the new location is still slated to open in the first quarter of 2014. When it does, customers can expect a lot of changes. West says the spanking new Publix will feature an updated décor package. Plans also call for the 49,000-square-foot location at 13178 N. Dale Mabry Highway to have a number of new features, such as a salad bar, Wi-Fi service, expanded produce department, a full-…
Tuesday, February 12, 2013
The new tool will enable Carrollwood and Northdale area customers to present digital coupons at the checkout.
Carrollwood area bargain hunters will soon have a new way to save in the Publix checkout line. The grocery retailer is poised to roll out its new digital coupons at stores throughout Central Florida over the next few weeks, according to The Tampa Tribune. The digital coupon program enables Publix shoppers to skip cutting out coupons to bring into the store. Instead, all they have to do is sign up for a free account, select their coupons online and then give the telephone number associated with their account in the checkout line. The coupons that match the purchases made will automatically be applied toward the bill, according to the Publix website. While the digital coupons will save customers from printing online coupons and might spare …
Monday, August 6, 2012
The scratch off ticket was purchased at a Publix at 15151 N. Dale Mabry Highway in Carrollwood.
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Monday, August 6, 2012
This just in from the Florida Lottery: The Florida Lottery announces that John Roehrs, 50, of Tampa, claimed a $1 million top prize in the 50X THE CASH Scratch-Off game at Florida Lottery headquarters in Tallahassee. Roehrs chose to receive the winnings in a one-time, lump-sum payment of $800,000. He purchased his winning Scratch-Off ticket at Publix, located at 15151 North Dale Mabry Highway. The $10 game, 50X THE CASH, offers a top prize of $1,000,000, and five $1,000,000 top prizes remain. The overall odds of winning are one in 3.46. Players can enter non-winning CASH tickets in the $10,000 E-X-treme Cash Second Chance Promotion on the Lottery’s website. In each drawing, 20 players will win a $500 cash prize, and one lucky player will …
Saturday, July 7, 2012
Publix will roll out online ordering at several Sarasota area stores later this year and select stores will also electronic in-store ordering.
It will soon be time to ditch that ticket waiting in line at the Publix deli. Publix announced this week that it will launch online ordering for its deli at some of the Sarasota stores, and select stores will have in-store electronic kiosks to place orders for meats, cheeses and Publix subs. "Our customers tell us they love Publix and love the products we provide, but they look for a way to get them quickly and easily," Publix spokeswoman Shannon Patten told Patch. Patten said she could not reveal whether or not Carrollwood's Publix stores would offer online deli ordering. "At this time, we are not revealing which specific stores will have this," she said, adding that a handful of stores in Tampa and St. Petersburg would be getting the …
Thursday, June 21, 2012
A representative from Publix says that shoppers can use cash or credit cards.
If you're headed to a Publix Supermarket or other retailer this evening, you should make sure you have a credit card or cash in your wallet to pay for your merchandise. "We apologize for the inconvenience our customers are experiencing with the pin pad machines not accepting debit, EBT and gift cards. We are experiencing technical difficulties with that system," said Publix spokesperson Shannon Patten in an email. Patten suggests that customers check with each store before shopping by visiting the Publix store locator section of their website. "Publix stores do accept credit cards and checks with proper identification or cash for their transaction," she said. A spokesperson for Sweetbay Supermarkets confirmed that their machines were …