Sheetz has been described as the more striking of the two, and Wawa is simpler and more subdued. Regardless of preference, Pennsylvania is a leader in the convenience store industry. Sheetz tends to be louder and more conspicuous, with a more intense atmosphere than Wawa's simple, simple and simple appearance. Sheetz has a wide variety of exotic frozen drink options on its slushies menu, ranging from peanut butter and jam to horchata, orange cream and more.
But while it may seem like Sheetz has more options, Wawa reminds us that no matter how you dress, you're welcome there. Are you still wearing your pajamas and going out for a bite to eat? No one will judge you. Wawa currently has more than 184 food products, not including coffee, ready-to-go snacks, salads, ice cream, beverages or any type of customization. Sheetz is approaching 150, with less variability within each food category.
Wawa also has a wider variety of prepared products that are more “healthy”, such as salads, paninis, sandwiches without bread, and more. The Wawa family began in the market in 1803, but it wasn't until 1964 that the first Wawa market officially opened as a point of sale for their dairy products. Obviously, quality is always in taste, however, Wawa is not the place where you are going to eat anything fried and stifled. Whether you can't live without Sheetz or if you need a Wawa, this protracted standoff between Pennsylvania stores has been going on for far too long and now is the time to settle the score.
Although you may have to pay a little more for some food, Wawa is currently ten cents below Sheetz in Pennsylvania gas prices.