Join the Co-op

Support the co-op by becoming a member. We offer different types of memberships that will entitle you to a discount when you shop with us. Low-income dues options for working members are available. Please let Membership know when joining.

Working Members

June 2021
We are resuming new-member orientations on a limited basis and will reach out to those whose availability matches open weekly shifts.   Please fill out our New Member Shift Availability SurveyOpens in new window, and periodically check your SPAM folder for messages from Scheduling for replies.

Working Memberships

Membership Annual Dues Discount Work Requirement Details
Weekly Working $36 20% 2.25 hours/week dues are prorated by the month and are paid at the end of new-member orientation, not before.
Shared Working Membership $48 ($24/person) 15% 2.25 hours/week shared between 2 members Find someone else and between the two of you work one weekly shift.
Weekly Working Household $48 20% 2.25 hours/week. A second member of your household is also a member, working or nonworking.

Nonworking Members

To become a nonworking member, you can join (or renew) at the store or online. To minimize wait times in the store during the pandemic, we prefer you use our online system. You’ll pay a prorated amount when you join and renew at the full amount next January.

Member discounts are applied within one business day of online payment. Your email or register receipt is proof of membership.

Nonworking Memberships

Membership Annual Dues Discount Work Requirement Details
Nonworking $60 (join/renewOpens in new window) 8% None
Nonworking Household $72 (join/renewOpens in new window) 8% None A second member of your household may use your discount to shop.

Other Discounts (no membership required)

  • 8% – senior (65 and up)
  • 5% – paying with EBT, disabled or tenant of Cooper Square Mutual Housing Association
  • 3% – student or member of another co-op

Discounts do not combine. Each person takes only the largest of whichever discount applies. For example, a student who also uses EBT gets 5%, not 8%.

If you have questions that are not answered here, please contact membership.