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Thriftway Super Stops Convenience Stores

Our fourteen Thriftway Super Stops are located in southwest Montana.

All our stores are casino free, offer 100% guaranteed gasolines, as well as a wide selection of convenience store food and beverage products.

Our store clerks are typically the friendliest in town and take pride in the quality products and services we offer in our stores.

Click on the city below to view the locations of our Thriftway Super Stops.
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We invite you to visit the Anaconda Chamber of Commerce website
 
1420 East Park Street
Anaconda, Montana 59711
406-563-6766
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This location offers a complimentary
RV Dump for your convenience.

Stop in and enjoy our f’real® Milkshakes!

Located within driving range of the Jack Nicklaus designed Old Works Golf Course, this store is also at the gateway to outdoor adventure with the Deer-Lodge National Forest at our back door

All promise beauty, adventure, and relaxation. The area is rich in garnets, sapphires, fossils, crystals and gold.


From skiing and snowmobiling, to fishing and hunting, you'll find Anaconda offers a quality of life you won’t believe.

 
2035 West Park Street
Anaconda, Montana 59711
406-563-2410
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From the west end of Anaconda, this location leads you directly toward Georgetown Lake, Discovery Basin Ski Area and the Anaconda Pintler Wilderness.

Anaconda is also your gateway to outdoor adventure with Deer-Lodge National Forest at our back door. Lost Creek State Park, Big Hole Battlefield, Fairmont Hot Springs Resort and the Old Works Golf Course are nearby. All promise beauty, adventure, and relaxation. The area is rich in garnets, sapphires, fossils, crystals and gold.

From skiing and snowmobiling, to fishing and hunting, you'll find Anaconda offers a quality of life you wouldn't believe.



Stop in and browse our
Tuscany Wine Room!

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We invite you to visit the Bozeman Chamber of Commerce website
 
919 W. College
Bozeman, Mt. 59715
406-587-9661
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Stop in and enjoy our f’real® Milkshakes!

Almost a part of Montana State University, you’ll find this Super Stop across the street from Langford Hall dormitory on the extreme north edge of the campus.

We pride ourselves in offering small town atmosphere with big city amenities to residents and visitors and alike. Images of Cowboys, Indians, open spaces, pioneer trails and wild and rowdy miners are still part of the mystique associated with our area.

But there is more than this and more than most people imagine for a city of our size. You won't be let down if you want to blend a spectacular recreational experience with art galleries, symphony performances, and opera, or just stroll in the historic downtown area.

You will find many one-of-a-kind stores throughout Bozeman, plus all the basics.

 
621 W. Main
Bozeman, Mt. 59715
406-586-5336
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At the intersection of Main Street and North 7th, the two major streets in Bozeman, you’ll find this Thriftway convenient to anywhere you’re traveling in the city. Come in for FREE directions.

We pride ourselves in offering small town atmosphere with big city amenities to residents and visitors and alike. Images of Cowboys, Indians, open spaces, pioneer trails and wild and rowdy miners are still part of the mystique associated with our area.

But there is more than this and more than most people imagine for a city of our size. You won't be let down if you want to blend a spectacular recreational experience with art galleries, symphony performances, and opera, or just stroll in the historic downtown area.

You will find many one-of-a-kind stores throughout Bozeman, plus all the basics.

 
8192 Huffine Lane
Bozeman, MT 59718
406-586-8488
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Stop in and enjoy our f’real® Milkshakes!

Our Four Corners store is located right on Four Corners, the major intersection between Belgrade and Bozeman on your way to the beautiful Gallatin River area, Chet Huntley’s Big Sky Ski Resort, West Yellowstone and Yellowstone National Park.

West Yellowstone is the premier entrance to Yellowstone National Park. By Act of Congress on March 1, 1872 Yellowstone National Park was "dedicated and set apart as a public park or pleasuring ground for the benefit and enjoyment of the people" and "for the preservation, from injury or spoliation, of all timber, mineral deposits, natural curiosities, or wonders. . . and their retention in their natural condition."

Yellowstone is the first and oldest national park in the world. The commanding features that initially attracted interest, and led to the preservation of Yellowstone as a national park, were geological: the geothermal phenomena (there are more geysers and hot springs here than in the rest of the world combined), the colorful Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone River, fossil forests, and the size and elevation of Yellowstone Lake.

 
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We invite you to visit the Butte Chamber of Commerce website
 
2610 Harrison Ave.
Butte, Mt. 59701
406-494-3155
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At the major exit off Interstate 90 in Butte, Harrison Avenue, you’ll find this Super Stop handy for travelers going to the Butte Civic Center. This location is surrounded by good restaurants and motels.

Butte, MT celebrates its rich history and invites tourists to take a taste of it. The World Museum of Mining and Hell Roarin' Gulch, a replica of an 1899 mining camp that sits on 12 acres, was built by local volunteers and has many attractions for visitors, including artifacts from mining and other historical gems, such as the abandoned mine "The Orphan Girl".

The Copper King Mansion was originally built by one of the copper "kings", William Clark, who was a self-made millionaire. It cost him over a quarter of a million dollars to build in the 1880s. Although it is still privately owned, it is open for tours and is also a bed and breakfast.

Other local sites include the Berkeley Pit, with viewing stand for tourists, and the Dumas Hotel, which was built in 1890 as "parlor house". It operated right up to 1982; today, it is open to visitors and tourists.

 
3501 Harrison Ave.
Butte, Mt. 59701
406-494-8422
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Located just beyond Butte Plaza Mall and on your way to Wal-Mart, this location offers an abundance of nearby restaurants and motels. The Hampton Inn is across the street.

Butte, MT celebrates its rich history and invites tourists to take a taste of it. The World Museum of Mining and Hell Roarin' Gulch, a replica of an 1899 mining camp that sits on 12 acres, was built by local volunteers and has many attractions for visitors, including artifacts from mining and other historical gems, such as the abandoned mine "The Orphan Girl".

The Copper King Mansion was originally built by one of the copper "kings", William Clark, who was a self-made millionaire. It cost him over a quarter of a million dollars to build in the 1880s. Although it is still privately owned, it is open for tours and is also a bed and breakfast.

Other local sites include the Berkeley Pit, with viewing stand for tourists, and the Dumas Hotel, which was built in 1890 as "parlor house". It operated right up to 1982; today, it is open to visitors and tourists.

 
4701 Harrison Ave.
Butte, Mt. 59701
406-494-5703
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Conveniently located just south of Butte's Bert Mooney Airport, this location offers a self-service laundromat.

Butte, MT celebrates its rich history and invites tourists to take a taste of it. The World Museum of Mining and Hell Roarin' Gulch, a replica of an 1899 mining camp that sits on 12 acres, was built by local volunteers and has many attractions for visitors, including artifacts from mining and other historical gems, such as the abandoned mine "The Orphan Girl".

The Copper King Mansion was originally built by one of the copper "kings", William Clark, who was a self-made millionaire. It cost him over a quarter of a million dollars to build in the 1880s. Although it is still privately owned, it is open for tours and is also a bed and breakfast.

Other local sites include the Berkeley Pit, with viewing stand for tourists, and the Dumas Hotel, which was built in 1890 as "parlor house". It operated right up to 1982; today, it is open to visitors and tourists.



Features a Self-Service Laundromat

Stop in and enjoy our f’real® Milkshakes!

 
901 E. Front St.
Butte, Mt. 59701
406-782-8407
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Stop in and enjoy our f’real® Milkshakes!

Just south of Butte’s historic Uptown Butte, our Front Street Super Stop features a four-bay self-service car wash with Bubble Bath sudsy applicator brushes. This Thriftway is just a jump shot away from the Butte Civic Center and major sports venues.

Butte, MT celebrates its rich history and invites tourists to take a taste of it. The World Museum of Mining and Hell Roarin' Gulch, a replica of an 1899 mining camp that sits on 12 acres, was built by local volunteers and has many attractions for visitors, including artifacts from mining and other historical gems, such as the abandoned mine "The Orphan Girl".

The Copper King Mansion was originally built by one of the copper "kings", William Clark, who was a self-made millionaire. It cost him over a quarter of a million dollars to build in the 1880s. Although it is still privately owned, it is open for tours and is also a bed and breakfast.

Other local sites include the Berkeley Pit, with viewing stand for tourists, and the Dumas Hotel, which was built in 1890 as "parlor house". It operated right up to 1982; today, it is open to visitors and tourists.

 
1900 S. Montana St.
Butte, Mt. 59701
406-782-5661
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At the Montana Street exit off Interstate 90, this location offers quick on-and-off for those just passing through. But while here, a quick trip north up Montana Street will put you in one of the largest National Historic Areas in the United States.

Butte, MT celebrates its rich history and invites tourists to take a taste of it. The World Museum of Mining and Hell Roarin' Gulch, a replica of an 1899 mining camp that sits on 12 acres, was built by local volunteers and has many attractions for visitors, including artifacts from mining and other historical gems, such as the abandoned mine "The Orphan Girl".

The Copper King Mansion was originally built by one of the copper "kings", William Clark, who was a self-made millionaire. It cost him over a quarter of a million dollars to build in the 1880s. Although it is still privately owned, it is open for tours and is also a bed and breakfast.

Other local sites include the Berkeley Pit, with viewing stand for tourists, and the Dumas Hotel, which was built in 1890 as "parlor house". It operated right up to 1982; today, it is open to visitors and tourists.

 
2401 Continental Drive
Butte, Mt. 59701
406-723-2022
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This location offers a complimentary
RV Dump for your convenience.


Stop in and enjoy our f’real® Milkshakes!

Taking the Continental exit off Interstate 90 and traveling north you’ll pass this Super Stop on your way to the famous Berkeley Pit viewing area and historic Uptown Butte.

Butte, MT celebrates its rich history and invites tourists to take a taste of it. The World Museum of Mining and Hell Roarin' Gulch, a replica of an 1899 mining camp that sits on 12 acres, was built by local volunteers and has many attractions for visitors, including artifacts from mining and other historical gems, such as the abandoned mine "The Orphan Girl".

The Copper King Mansion was originally built by one of the copper "kings", William Clark, who was a self-made millionaire. It cost him over a quarter of a million dollars to build in the 1880s. Although it is still privately owned, it is open for tours and is also a bed and breakfast.

Other local sites include the Berkeley Pit, with viewing stand for tourists, and the Dumas Hotel, which was built in 1890 as "parlor house". It operated right up to 1982; today, it is open to visitors and tourists.

 
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We invite you to visit Helena Chamber of Commerce website
 
1405 Euclid Avenue
Helena, MT 59601
406-449-0017
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Handy for folks driving on Highway 12, our Helena store is at the corner of Euclid Avenue and Henderson Streets. Henderson leads directly to Capital High School and the county fair grounds where the Last Chance Stampede and Rodeo is held every summer.

Built against the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, Helena is at the center of Montana's growing population. As both the state capital and anchor city for federal government, Helena has amenities and attributes not usually found in a city of its size.

Helena is Montana's state capital and the county seat for Lewis & Clark County. It is located along the eastern front of the Rocky Mountains, just 12 miles east of the Continental Divide. Interstate 15 and US Highway 12 and 287 intersect the city.

Midway between Yellowstone National Park and Glacier National Park, Helena is a natural stopping point for visitors traveling the "park-to-park" route.



Stop in and enjoy our f’real® Milkshakes!

 
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We invite you to visit the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce website
 
404 South Broadway
Manhattan, MT. 59741
406-284-3343
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Manhattan Store

Stop in and enjoy our Hot Stuff foods

and our f’real® Milkshakes!

On the north end of Gallatin Valley you’ll find Manhattan and our Thriftway located just off the only Interstate 90 exit into Manhattan. This Manhattan location, with a store over 6,000 square feet, is the largest of our fourteen stores. It is also our newest, opening for business just prior to Christmas, 2007. Inside you will find a new Subway sandwich store, a large selection of convenience snacks, grocery and automotive items, as well as a large, walk-in beer cave. New convenient "dive-in" Conoco pumps accept all major credit cards and there is an independently-operated espresso hut on the premises.

Manhattan is bordered by the Horseshoe Hills to the north, and the Bridger Range to the east. To the south lies the Spanish Peaks Wilderness.

With a population of only 1,300, Manhattan easily retains its Old West Charm. Manhattan was founded in the 1800s by several families from the Netherlands who moved to the US to grow barley. The town got its name from a group of New York investors who built and ran the Manhattan Malting Company. The barley industry of Manhattan flourished for 23 years until prohibition hit. But by the late 1800s, Manhattan had already established itself as a thriving community and continued to grow.

 
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We invite to visit the Three Forks Chamber of Commerce website
 
5 N. Main Street
Three Forks, Mt. 59752
406-285-3710
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Three Forks sits approximately one mile west of a famous Lewis & Clark Expedition landmark: the confluence of the three rivers, Jefferson, Madison and Gallatin, that make up the Missouri River. After naming the rivers, the party briefly split up on its trek west to search out the origin of the water flowing into the Missouri, and in the process located the Continental Divide.

This is a town with much to offer, hosting a golf course, good restaurants, historic hotels, an interesting museum and more. It can be the beginning of a great camping, hunting or fishing adventure; linking other small communities nearby in a valley rich in natural beauty and outdoor opportunities.



Stop in and enjoy our Hot Stuff foods

and our f’real® Milkshakes!

 
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