Pay-Less Markets addresses pricing concerns

Pay-Less Supermarket (PNC file photo)

Accusations of price gouging by Pay-Less Markets have been recently circulating in social media.

The company issued the following statement today addressing this:

“Pay-Less Markets would like to assure the community that since the onset of the COVID-19 outbreak on Guam, which was almost one month ago, the company has immediately HALTED any price increase. These measures were enacted in order to comply with Executive Order 2020-03 and Pay-Less’ mission to provide the greatest customer value, especially through these tenuous times. Ongoing promotional savings are given to customers through Dinanche Deals, Bonus Buys, Pick 5, Bag & Save, Fresh Savings for Seniors and Manager’s Specials.

“At Pay-Less, the customer’s experience is top priority. If any customer has an inquiry or concern, he or she may contact the company through the company website at or call Pay-Less Corporate Office at 477-9266.

“All concerns regarding price gouging should be forwarded to the Office of the Attorney General at”

About Pay-Less Supermarkets

Pay-Less Supermarkets, Inc. was established in 1950. From just one modest store, it has grown to eight stores with locations in Maite, Yigo, Dededo, Micronesia Mall, Sinajaña, Oka, Mangilao and Sumay. Pay-Less is proud to serve the community by providing the “Greatest customer value every single day”. For more information, please visit