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Piggly Wiggly store in Zebulon becomes Carlie C's today

Posted January 26, 2015

Carlie C's logo


The Piggly Wiggly store in Zebulon has been sold and as of today, the store is now a Carlie C's.  The store is located at 506 West Gannon Avenue in Zebulon.

According to Larry Wilson, Carlie C's Vice President, the Carlie C's prices are lower on 4800 items than the Piggly Wiggly prices on the same items. This store will be adding 6000 new items with greater variety than the previous owners. They will also be keeping the salad bar that the Piggly Wiggly offered.

Carlie C's starts their weekly sales on Monday and they are valid through the next Sunday. Every Monday, I publish a list of Carlie C's good deals from their weekly ad here on the blog. You'll find good buys on meat, produce, sodas, IGA brand products, canned goods and more each week.

Carlie C's Coupon Policy: Carlie C’s accepts manufacturer's coupons. They do not double coupons. They will accept 4 coupons for 4 of the same item. If you have 5 of the same coupon and buy 5 of the item, they will accept 4 of the coupons and not the fifth one. For the full coupon policy, see their website.

Price Guarantee: If you find any regular priced item for less at a competitor, they will beat the price. This offer excludes sale prices at other stores.

Do you shop at this location? If so, what do you think about it becoming a Carlie C's?








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  • Faye Prosser -WRAL Smart Shopper Jan 26, 2015

    bgrmom - you make some very good points. You may want to speak with the manager and let him/her know which specific products you would like for them to keep on the shelves. Thanks for your comment!

  • bgrmom Jan 26, 2015

    I think this will be good for the community. I loved shopping in Piggly Wiggly because I can get some local items there that I cannot find anywhere else. However, their prices were not the best in the world. I hope that IGA will keep the local items that we adore, while helping to reduce the prices.