Four Square is a chain of supermarkets in New Zealand that was founded by John Heaton Barker. It has 240 stores throughout New Zealand, mostly in small towns. Below is the Four Square info like contact number, store locations, hours, email, address and near me locations of Four Square.
Four Square in Clyde Phone : 03 449 2718
Weekdays hours: Mon to Fri: 7.00 am – 8.00 pm
Weekends hours: Sat - Sun: 8.00 am – 7.00 pm
Four Square in Clyde Address : 5 Fraser Street, Clyde 9330, New Zealand
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Four Square Regular Business Hours
What time does the Four Square Store Open and Close?
Store hours may vary
Holiday hours of Four Square
The hours of operation change during the vacation season. The majority of the shops will accommodate hours of performance throughout the vacations. Below the observed holidays include:
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Four Square Christmas Club Welcomes Customer!
The Four Square Christmas Club is the clever way to prepare for next Christmas. And you can add amounts to your Christmas Club throughout the year and earn bonuses which you can spend at Christmas.
You can add to your Four Square Christmas Club by topping up at checkout. They also add funds by making regular payments from your bank account via Direct Debit or Automatic Payment.
You decide what you want to buy with your funds at the end of the year. They can be spent on any item in store.
Christmas Club Benefits
Maintain your PIN number
View transactions online
Make regular contributions
Four Square Christmas Club offers you a safe and smart solution for saving for your Christmas groceries.
About Four Square NZ
Four Square emerged as a household name in the 1920s out of the Foodstuffs grocery buying co-operative, whose founder, John Heaton Barker, became concerned at the manner in which the activities of the grocery chain.
This buying group registered a company called Foodstuffs Ltd, which was the first of three regional cooperatives based in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch.