Pick 'n Save

★★★☆☆
  • 2625 S. 108th St.

    West Allis, WI 53227

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  • 414-541-1333

About Pick 'n Save

Categories
  • Grocery Stores
  • Organic Foods
  • Butcher Shops
  • Produce Markets
  • Seafood Markets
  • Bakeries
  • Delicatessens
  • Florists
Hours
M-Su 6am-1am
Payment Options
  • American Express
  • Cash
  • Check
  • Discover
  • MasterCard
  • Visa
Services
  • Liquor
  • Beer
  • Wine
  • Self Checkout
  • Deli
  • Bakery
  • Cheese Counter
  • Meat Department
  • Seafood Department
  • Floral
  • Optical
  • Bank
  • Drug&General Merchandise
  • Driver's License Renewal
  • Salad Bar
  • Coin Star
  • Sushi
  • ATM
  • Red Box
  • Rotisserie Chicken
  • Fried Chicken
  • Snap
  • Online Deli/Bakery Ordering
Languages
  • English
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The only reason I shop at this store is because it's so close to my home and on the way to and from work (and I really dislike Sentry!). I've gone there at 9:00 on a Saturday morning and the shelves are still empty. No amount of remodeling will help if they can't keep the shelves stocked. When I stop at the store on the way home from work, the bakery is empty of bread and buns. I also find the layout confusing. And there are certain times of the day when they could use more help in the deli. I shop there but I'm not happy about it.

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★★☆☆☆

The only reason I shop at this store is because it's so close to my home and on the way to and from work (and I really dislike Sentry!). I've gone there at 9:00 on a Saturday morning and the shelves are still empty. No amount of remodeling will help if they can't keep the shelves stocked. When I stop at the store on the way home from work, the bakery is empty of bread and buns. I also find the layout confusing. And there are certain times of the day when they could use more help in the deli. I shop there but I'm not happy about it.

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This store is a second-generation Pick N Save. It started out a block south, where Home Depot is now, many years ago, back when Pick was a warehouse format grocery store, with shelves lined with boxes of goods slashed open, electronic scanners were new, and they actually handed out grease crayons so that you could scribble the price on each item because you didn't trust the scanners.

The jump to second-generation eliminated the remaining remnants of the warehouse format, thankfully, but reduced some of the "discount grocer" value as well. This location is simply a bit tired, and it feels like it. It's been in service for many years (guessing at least 20) with occasional remodels and touchups, as Pick has tried to reimage itself into a more modern grocer. Unfortunately, it's in a poor location, situated next to a Kohl's and a Menard's in a very busy parking lot that requires you to negotiate Hwy 100. Inside, the layout is a bit puzzling and confusing, due to the way it was converted from a Zayre's years ago.

I'm hard-pressed to figure out what Pick does well. For quick trips to the store, I much prefer a smaller store like Sentry, and for major shopping, Sendik's offers a better variety of items. Aldi's cleaning up as the "discount" grocer. Pick and Jewel seemed to be trying to play the middle ground, with Jewel ultimately leaving the local market, but all that really says to me is that there's less demand than there used to be for this sort of grocery store.

With the economic downturn, Aldi's probably going to continue to mop up with the cost-conscious consumers, and Sentry and Sendik's will continue to serve their niches. I suspect Pick's market share will fall.

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★★☆☆☆

This store is a second-generation Pick N Save. It started out a block south, where Home Depot is now, many years ago, back when Pick was a warehouse format grocery store, with shelves lined with boxes of goods slashed open, electronic scanners were new, and they actually handed out grease crayons so that you could scribble the price on each item because you didn't trust the scanners.

The jump to second-generation eliminated the remaining remnants of the warehouse format, thankfully, but reduced some of the "discount grocer" value as well. This location is simply a bit tired, and it feels like it. It's been in service for many years (guessing at least 20) with occasional remodels and touchups, as Pick has tried to reimage itself into a more modern grocer. Unfortunately, it's in a poor location, situated next to a Kohl's and a Menard's in a very busy parking lot that requires you to negotiate Hwy 100. Inside, the layout is a bit puzzling and confusing, due to the way it was converted from a Zayre's years ago.

I'm hard-pressed to figure out what Pick does well. For quick trips to the store, I much prefer a smaller store like Sentry, and for major shopping, Sendik's offers a better variety of items. Aldi's cleaning up as the "discount" grocer. Pick and Jewel seemed to be trying to play the middle ground, with Jewel ultimately leaving the local market, but all that really says to me is that there's less demand than there used to be for this sort of grocery store.

With the economic downturn, Aldi's probably going to continue to mop up with the cost-conscious consumers, and Sentry and Sendik's will continue to serve their niches. I suspect Pick's market share will fall.

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Pick N Save is a great place to go and shop for food. They have pretty friendly service there, also; it is fast a fast and easy way to shop. They also have cheap prices, so visit Pick N Save the next time you can.

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★★★★☆

Pick N Save is a great place to go and shop for food. They have pretty friendly service there, also; it is fast a fast and easy way to shop. They also have cheap prices, so visit Pick N Save the next time you can.

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Being a shopper at Pick N Save for a while, my family has got to know the staff pretty well, and they are pretty friendly. The store we currently shop at has good deals, is decently sized, and is clean. This store also has a bakery and a floral section, so that is definetly a pro.

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★★★★☆

Being a shopper at Pick N Save for a while, my family has got to know the staff pretty well, and they are pretty friendly. The store we currently shop at has good deals, is decently sized, and is clean. This store also has a bakery and a floral section, so that is definetly a pro.

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Pick ‘n Save proud to be where Wisconsin saves on groceries. In its 42nd year and with over 100 locations throughout the state of Wisconsin, Pick ‘n Save is Wisconsin’s largest grocer, offering customers fresh products, restaurant quality prepared foods, meal ideas and food and beverage pairings at everyday low prices.

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