BJ’s will open at 8 a.m. for shoppers age 60 and older


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Beginning on March 22, all New Jersey BJ’s Wholesale Club locations will begin opening one hour early every day for members who are age 60 or older.
From 8-9 a.m. daily there will be a designated entrance for community members, age 60 and older, to shop in a less crowded environment which better enables social distancing and to be able to shop prior to any other members entering, according to information provided by BJ’s.
To read more about BJ’s response to coronavirus, click HERE for information:
  • How BJ’s is keeping their members safe
  • Stock questions
  • How members can shop the club
  • How BJ’s is keeping their team members (employees) safe
  • Their travel policy

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