Hawaii Commissaries announce sales flyer promotions for April 10-23

By Defense Commissary AgencyApril 10, 2023

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FORT LEE, Va. – The Defense Commissary Agency (DeCA) Sales Flyer for April 10-23 offers extra savings for service members and their families.

This special edition sales flyer features news about the JR Motorsports NASCAR racing team’s unveiling of a DeCA logo on the hood of their No. 7 car. On page 6, commissary customers will see locations and dates when a full-sized simulator of the No. 7 will be in their area.

Customers can also further their commissary savings through the new and improved Your Everyday Savings (YES!) Program. YES! offers extra savings and value on products customers buy most. Look for the orange YES! label on store shelves.

To reach a higher level of savings beyond everyday low commissary prices, look for the Savvy Shopper best deals also featured in the latest sales flyer.

DeCA’s “Thinking Outside the Box” (TOTB) recipe for the period is Spicy Vegetarian Chili (https://www.commissaries.com/recipes/spicy-vegetarian-chili-0). Thinking Outside the Box recipes are dietitian-approved, offering quick and economical solutions for home-cooked meals. Customers can save even more on the items listed in these recipes.

More opportunities to save are available through the Pathway to Savings – “Instant Savings and Buy One, Get One (BOGO) Free” deals and Commissary Rewards Card digital coupons. Customers can save over $165 through these deals. Many more digital coupons are available at https://shop.commissaries.com/digital-coupons. Pathway to Savings “BOGO Free” is not available at overseas stores; however, overseas customers can still enjoy instant savings by visiting their stores for specific selection and pricing.

DeCA has made shopping even easier with its Commissary CLICK2GO mobile app. Customers can access DeCA’s Commissary CLICK2GO online payment, curbside pickup, digital coupons, the sales flyer, dietitian-approved recipes and much more. The mobile app is free for download through the Google Play and IOS app stores.

Other savings opportunities include:

• “The World We Travel” drawing contest. In celebration of April as the Month of the Military Child, DeCA is hosting a drawing contest for military children grade Pre-K through 12 for the chance to win a prize from Kinder chocolate and a certificate from their local commissary. For details, go to www.commissaries.com/military-child-month.

• Soda sale. April 13-15, customers will see extra saving on Coke products (Coca-Cola, Sprite and Diet Coke, 12-pack can deal, two for $9 while supplies last. Selection will vary by store. Offer available for stateside stores including Alaska and Hawaii.

• Del Monte supports CreatiVets. Through May 15, every Del Monte purchase helps support and empower wounded veterans to heal through the arts and music.

• Commissary Health and Wellness Expo and Sweepstakes. Select CONUS Commissaries will host a Health and Wellness Expo April 28-29, where suppliers will be on site to speak about the benefits of their products, hand out coupons, samples and more. In connection with this Expo, running through April 30, suppliers will host a sweepstakes, where authorized patrons worldwide have a chance to win a $100 Commissary Gift Card. To learn more, go to https://www.mymilitarysavings.com/brands/commissary-health-and-wellness-expo.

• “Freedom’s Choice Price Slash.” Throughout April, commissaries worldwide are slashing the price of Chicken Wing Sections Party Pack, 5-pound bag, regular $13.34, now $6.99.

• Monster Energy. Commissary customers at participating stores can enter for a chance to win a Kawasaki motorcycle by scanning a QR code on in-store posters and displays. Contest ends Nov. 30.

• Commissary Store Brands. DeCA’s private label inventory of Commissary Store Brands (https://commissaries.com/shopping/commissary-brands) include an assortment of items spanning the entire store to include Freedom’s Choice food, HomeBase non-food, TopCare health and beauty, Full Circle Market natural and organic food, Wide Awake ready-to-drink coffee products, Tippy Toes baby products, Flock’s Finest wild bird food and Pure Harmony pet food.

• Dietitian-Approved Fueling Stations. The commissaries’ grab-n-go Dietitian-Approved Fueling Stations (https://www.commissaries.com/fueling_stations) are a great alternative to the drive-thru or can be used as a quick way to stock office and barrack fridges with quick, on-the-go, snacks and meals. These stations are full of dietitian-approved snacks and meals that are nutritious and high-performance foods. They’re conveniently located near the registers in select stores. View the Deli Fueling Station (https://commissaries.com/fueling-stations-deli) page for a list of dietitian-approved salads, sandwiches and wraps.

• “Box Tops for Education.” General Mills is offering customers an opportunity to save money while supporting their local schools through the “Box Tops for Education” promotion. See store displays and high-value coupons for participating General Mills brands. This campaign is ongoing throughout the year.

• “Military Pet Club.” The club offers high-value coupons only valid at the Commissary, welcome gifts, sweepstakes opportunities, pet tips and articles. During April, Pet Club members have an opportunity to win a $250 Commissary Gift Card. To enter go to https://www.militarypetclub.com/contests.

• “Purina Military Cat and Pro Plan Pet Club.” Military Pet Club members receive high value coupons (only valid at the Commissary), sweepstake opportunities, pet tips and articles. Throughout April, Military Pet Club members can enter to win a Roomba vacuum or $250 Commissary Gift Card. To participate go to https://www.militarycatclub.com/contests.

In Hawaii, authorized patrons have four commissaries they can shop at:

  • Hickam
  • Marine Corps Base Hawaii Kaneohe
  • Pearl Harbor (at the NEX)
  • Schofield Barracks

About DeCA: The Defense Commissary Agency operates a worldwide chain of commissaries providing groceries to military personnel, retirees and their families in a safe and secure shopping environment. Commissaries provide a military benefit, saving authorized patrons thousands of dollars annually on their purchases compared to similar products at commercial retailers. The discounted prices include a 5-percent surcharge, which covers the costs of building new commissaries and modernizing existing ones. A core military family support element, and a valued part of military pay and benefits, commissaries contribute to family readiness, enhance the quality of life for America’s military and their families, and help recruit and retain the best and brightest men and women to serve their country.