BJ’s new 79,000-square-foot club in Long Island City marks the chain’s ninth New York City location.
Premium cold cuts and cheeses are on display in the deli case.
Juices in the fresh dairy department sit just off the Long Island City store’s produce area.
Paper products are among the essential household items that members will find in-club.
Using the BJ’s mobile app, members can place deli orders ahead of time and receive an alert when their items are ready for pickup.
Specialty cheeses and meats are among the products shoppers will find in the refrigerated foods case.
BJ’s offers a “treasure hunt” shopping experience with deals on consumer electronics, apparel, books and videos, furniture, and other home goods and general merchandise items.
Everyday-low-price food and groceries are key to value proposition of BJ’s, which touts grocery pricing is 25% than traditional supermarkets on national brands.
Opened Jan. 22, the 89,000-square-foot club in Newburgh is situated roughly 60 miles north of the Big Apple.
Anchoring the fresh foods area, the produce department serves up a broad assortment of fruit and vegetables in bulk and smaller package sizes.
BJ’s is seeing an increased amount of sales via its in-store and curbside pickup services.
The diapers and baby care aisle offers parents added savings through bulk sizes.
Newburgh’s BJ’s Gas station marks the chain’s 150th fuel location overall.
Larger-size and store-brand items are a draw in health and beauty aids, while books, greeting cards and multipack gift cards add to the treasure hunt shopping experience.
Alongside the deli counter are fresh meats and a Carvel ice cream cake freezer.
The club’s fresh-baked treats include cookies, cakes and pastries. Cakes can also be ordered from the BJ’s Bakery for special occasions.