5 Things You Didn't Know About Bashas'
- Bashas' was founded by Lebanese immigrant Najeeb Basha in 1932 and since then, Bashas' has been owned and operated by the same family.
- Bashas' has more than 100 stores throughout Arizona under multiple names, including Bashas', Bashas' Diné, Food City, and AJ's Fine Foods.
- Bashas' Diné stores are located on Navajo land and contain unique products not sold in regular Bashas' stores like wool and Blue Bird flour.
- Bashas' Food City stores offer many Hispanic delicacies and they have been so successful that Fry's Food and Drug has opened their own similar stores.
- Najeeb's father Tanius ran a successful grocery store in New York City in 1888 and this sparked the Basha family's foray into the grocery business.
How to Redeem a Coupon Code at Bashas'
Bahsas' does not have a coupon code box to input a code of any kind. Instead, the store chain takes a much more interesting approach to digital coupons. All you have to do is create an account at http://pty.bashas.com, input a valid email address and phone number, and then shop at the store as you normally would. Over time, Bashas' will create a list of the 100 items most relevant to you, based on your purchase history. They will then send special offers for these 100 items to your email inbox as a personalized ad every week. When you find a digital coupon you would like to use, just click on it to add it to your Thank You Card. The next time you go shopping, give the checker your Thank You Card or your phone number and the savings will be yours. Bashas' also accepts manufacturers' coupons for even more savings. Be sure to check back with your friends here at Giving Assistant for even more great deals.
Much like Sprouts Farmers Market and Fry's Food and Drug, Bashas' is an Arizona-area grocery store chain. Bashas' first opened its doors in 1920 following a fire that destroyed their mercantile store. Najeeb Basha, alongside his two adult sons Ike and Eddie, decided to shift gears and run a grocery store instead. This new store sold food, furniture, and dry goods, but soon blossomed into so much more. As they gained experience, Ike and Eddie decided to team up and start their own store in 1932, which resulted in the Bashas' store chain of today. The brothers took their customers' needs into account when deciding on their selection of products and opted to include axes, blankets, and gasoline alongside their various foods. The store was a success and retained this format for roughly 20 years. Even though the two brothers ran the store, they didn't do so alone; their mother and sisters worked behind the scenes by buying products for the store and attending to administrative matters. The company would continue to work this way for many years onward.
Bashas' offers a wide selection of products and services, including bakery items made from scratch, fresh local produce, a full service in-store butcher, and a deli known for some of the best pizza around. Bashas' deli also offers catering services for your next big event. They offer a wide assortment of snack, dessert, and other food trays, along with party subs and custom cakes for any occasion. If you want something new to try for dinner, Bashas' website also has a variety of recipes to try out using anything you can find in Bashas' stores. From beef tenderloin to traditional Lebanese fatayer, there's always something new and delicious to try. What Bashas' is best known for, however, is its Chef's Entrees. Every day, from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., Bashas' chefs come up with a delicious full dinner made fresh in the store that you can just take home and eat. While each weekday follows a certain theme, like Italian or "Mexican Fiesta," weekends are wildcard days where the chefs whip up whatever they think customers would like. All of these meals are available for the same flat price, so you never have to worry about the meals' prices changing wildly. Chef's Entrees are only available at select stores, so check with your local Bashas' for more information.
Bashas' also has a pharmacy for all of your prescription needs. At select Bashas' pharmacies, you can get your medications for as low as $4.00. Unlike most pharmacies that only offer certain prescriptions, you can also request that Bashas' special order medications that are harder to find. Doctors will also appreciate that Bashas' can compound your medication for you, allowing for more customized care. If you're an expectant mother, you can also receive prenatal vitamins for free, all through your pregnancy. Bashas' will also automatically refill your prescriptions every month so that you never have to go without the medicines you need the most. Bashas' accepts more than 1,000 health insurance plans, so get in touch with your local Bashas' to find out if yours is accepted. Also, be sure to ask about Bashas' HealthStyles newsletter, which is chock full of tips for eating healthy, where to get preventative health screenings, and other valuable health advice.
Bashas' also has a variety of savings clubs and services, like their Thank You Card, New Moms Club and the Cub House. The Thank You Card is Bashas' way of thanking you for shopping with them; it's also how you redeem digital coupons at their stores, so it would be wise to sign up for one. Alongside saving you money, the Thank You Card is Bashas' way of tracking what products their customers buy. This allows them to stock better and more relevant products and improve customer experience all around. Bashas' also has the Cub House, a small play area your children can play in while their you shop. The children are watched over by specially trained Bashas' staff. Children will have plenty of toys to play with, arts and crafts to make, and all sorts of special activities to participate in throughout the year. Bashas' New Moms Club is another way to save money on everything you need for your new baby. Bashas' goes above and beyond for expectant and new mothers, providing prenatal vitamins to expectant mothers throughout their pregnancy and a free cake for your baby's first birthday. You'll also receive all sorts of valuable coupons in the mail, along with a newsletter filled with all sorts of parenting tips and tricks.
Fascinatingly, Bashas' even operates an art gallery that is free and open to the public. Art pieces include Native American art, Contemporary Western American artwork, stone sculptures, paintings of all kinds, pottery, jewelry, and much more. In Arizona ArtBeat: Zelma Basha Gallery, you can get a look at some of the pieces included in the Bashas' art gallery for yourself.
Bashas' Social Media Links
Bashas' on Facebook: On Bashas' Facebook page, you can find out more about Bashas' most recent sales, learn more about their charitable contributions, and see how Bashas' prices compare versus its competitors.
Bashas' on Twitter: Bashas' Twitter page has information on new products the store will sell, promotions for local charity events Bashas' is sponsoring, and find out about celebrity appearances in your local Bashas' store.
Bashas' on Instagram: On Bashas' Instagram account, you can see what goes on behind the scenes at Bashas' stores, find out more about Bashas' contest winners, and see Bashas' philanthropy in action.
Bashas' Customer Service Contact Info
22402 S. Basha Road
Chandler, AZ 85248
Telephone Number: +1 (800) 755-7292
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org