Introducing Your NEW

Pig Points Membership

Check out rewards and coupons at the register
Pig Points - Buy. Earn. Redeem.
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Easy to enroll with just your mobile phone number…

Available Now:

Ellabell, GA

Hamlet, NC

Pembroke, NC

Trenton, NC

Vass, NC

Clover, SC

Colombia, SC

Waltertree PlazaFlorence, SC

Ladson, SC

Johnsonville, SC

Hampton, SC

Holly Hill, SC

Ninety Six, SC

Hartsville, SC

Sumter – East Calhoun St

Neeses, SC

Ridgeland, SC

St. George, SC

St. Matthews, SC

Lakeland, GA

Homerville, GA

Laurinburg, NC

Red Springs, NC

Andrews, SC

Bamberg, SC

Charleston, SC

Denmark, SC

Darlington, SC

Hanahan, SC

Hardeeville, SC

Sumter – S. Guignard Pkwy

Summerville, SC

Surfside Beach, SC

Moncks Corner, SC

N. Charleston, SC

Mullins, SC

Timmonsville, SC

Pooler, GA

Townsend, GA

Maxton, NC

Snow Hill, NC

St. Pauls, NC

Camden, SC

Bishopville, SC

Chesterfield, SC

Greenwood, SC

Georgetown, SC

Ware Shoals, SC

Manning, SC

Hollywood, SC

Sumter – Broad St

Watertown, NY

Orangeburg – Columbia Rd, SC

Orangeburg – Old Edisto Dr, SC

Port Royal, SC

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Pig Point FAQs

What is Pig Points?

Pig Points is a loyalty program that allows you to receive discounts and personalized offers, clip ecoupons and earn Points when you shop at participating Piggly Wiggly Locations. You can then redeem those Points for money off items and purchases.

How can I become a member?

You can click the “Join Now” button above or visit any participating Piggly Wiggly location. Each of our stores offers an in-store kiosk as well as a terminal at each check-out. Just enter your phone number at the kiosk or at any terminal and you’ll instantly begin saving.

Will I receive a Pig Point Card?

No. Your Pig Points Membership is entirely digital, which means you don’t need to remember to carry a card! At checkout, you simply enter your phone number at the Terminal.

Are Pig Points available at all Piggly Wiggly locations?

No. Only at as select store currently. See the list above for stores already participating and store who will be offering Pig Points soon

When do my Pig Points expire?

Your Pig Points will expire 90 days after they are earned.  For example, points earned in January will expire in April.

Can I use my home phone number to register?

We recommend you use your mobile number since the process to verify your mobile number is quicker and easier.  However, you can register using your home phone number at the kiosk or at any terminal. Once registered in store, visit, enter your home phone number, and click “call me” button, answer your home phone to receive the code to verify your account. Enter the code and login to your account. Add your name, physical address, email address and birthdate, to receive 200 bonus points. Points will be added to your account when you make your first purchase.

What can I get with my points?

When you earn a total of 100 points, you can redeem the points for $1 off your next purchase 

When you earn a total of 500 points, you can redeem the points for $5 off your next purchase

When you earn a total of 1000 points, you can redeem the points for $10 off your next purchase

How do I redeem my reward?

When you checkout and enter your phone number, you will see a rewards tab if you have a reward available to use. Click on the reward when you want to redeem it. Your reward will automatically be applied to your transaction.

Does Piggly Wiggly offer digital coupons and where can I find them?

Piggly Wiggly offers digital coupons to customers who are registered for Pig Points. Digital coupons are paperless coupons that customers can clip to their Pig Points account from, the in-store kiosk, our mobile shopper app or on the terminal at checkout. 

Do I earn points on all items purchased at Piggly Wiggly?

Some items sold in-store are excluded from earning points including alcohol, beer, wine, tobacco, pharmacy prescriptions, gift cards, phone cards, postage stamps, money orders, and lottery.