As in the previous fuelperks! per serving per 3 oz. 110 cal. Good Cents and Valu King both were no frills stores designed to compete with similar stores such as Aldi, Save-A-Lot, and Bottom Dollar Food. The concept is similar to that of a Valu King, but carries a slightly larger product selection. The Maryland and Columbus stores are not unionized, much like some independently owned stores throughout Pennsylvania and the Youngstown, Ohio area. Giant Eagle quickly expanded across western Pennsylvania, weathering the Great Depression and World War II.[8]. Assorted Nigiri Sushi 25-45 cal. There is also a GetGo gas station. Complete with garnish and cocktail sauce. California Roll - large, 50 cal. [10], In 1991, Giant Eagle introduced the "Advantage Card", an electronic loyalty card discount system (already popular in many chains), as a sophisticated version of the obsolete stamp programs. / piece, 30 pc. More recently the company has started the Fuelperks! From 1993 until 2001, "it takes a giant to make life simple" was used as the slogan. Navigation Giant Eagle Grocery International Asian Sushi. See store for price. $29.99 Giant Eagle Pharmacy also offers several immunizations throughout the year for pneumonia, influenza, and Shingrix. Search. In early 2009, Giant Eagle launched the Foodperks! They also served as the local Ticketmaster outlet in the Pittsburgh region before the advent of the Internet made it possible to buy live event tickets from Ticketmaster online. program, if customers have more than the price of gasoline or more than the 20%, those discounts will remain on their Advantage Card for the remainder of the 60 day time period.[12]. In areas where a franchised store exists, if a GetGo exists nearby, it's operated by Giant Eagle itself, separate from the franchised supermarket. In October 2004, Giant Eagle began a long-term experiment with in-store optometry centers dubbed "Giant Eagle Optical". program and were staffed mostly by ABO-certified opticians. These are typically walk-in, but vary depending on the pharmacists available.[20]. Supermarket News ranked Giant Eagle 21st on the "Top 75 North American Food Retailers" based on sales of $9.3 billion. Giant Eagle (Deli, Sushi) - Pittsburgh Roll. Larger stores feature vast selections of ethnic and organic food, dry cleaning services, Iggle video, drive-thru pharmacies, in-store banking, Eagle's Nest (for daycare purposes while shopping), as well as in-store coffee shops and prepared foods. Receive updates, special offers and more. Tweet; Stores. per piece Giant Eagle > Grocery > International > Asian > Sushi > Pittsburgh Roll Close this window. Giant Eagle has since expanded to several additional locations, acquiring other abandoned Big Bear stores and in newly constructed buildings using the current Giant Eagle prototype. [17] The second Market District Express store opened on August 18, 2016 in Bexley, Ohio. Menu. Enter Zip Code(Optional) Click the store of your choice to purchase Sushic Pittsburgh Roll: Share This. Sushic. Fat 46g. [29] A notable example came in 2016, when the chain purchased property in McCandless, Pennsylvania that had been planned for a Walmart location near an existing Giant Eagle; Walmart later backed out and Giant Eagle made no immediate announcement of plans for the property. Medium-sized, cooked, tail-on shrimp. The first of this brand's stores opened on December 5, 2013, in Peters Township, Pennsylvania. The commercials featured everything from the general store, the produce and deli departments to a spot featuring Jay Bell and Jeff King of the Pittsburgh Pirates. Jumbo-sized, cooked, tail-on shrimp. [28], From 2001 until 2009, the slogan "Make every day taste better", was used. Every 10 gallons of gas purchased earns a 1% discount. Order 8 to 16 oz. Giant Eagle (Western Pennsylvania English: /ˈdʒaɪn.ɪɡəl/)[4] is an American supermarket chain with stores in Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia, Indiana, and Maryland. per 3 oz. Each store carries between 22,000 and 60,000 items, approximately 5,000 of which are branded by Giant Eagle. Foodperks! Order online, track your perks, clip eCoupons, and save more with a Giant Eagle account! Sushic. per serving On March 2, 2015, all Good Cents stores were sold and closed. The Cumberland store closed in December 2003, and the Hagerstown store closed in August 2005. The chain, under pressure from Wal-Mart, has implemented a lower-prices campaign throughout its stores, featured on products that customers buy most. Giant Eagle offers more than two dozen departments across its stores. These co-exist with the Giant Eagle branded items, which are priced lower than national brands, yet higher than Valu Time.