Safeway key copy services are available at some store locations through a self-serve kiosk called KeyMe. Not only is key duplication at Safeway quick and convenient, but it’s also fairly inexpensive — with prices of $3 to $9 for standard keys. Below, we have what you need to know to get a key copied at Safeway.
Safeway Key Copy Services
Safeway grocery stores offer key copy services at some locations through KeyMe, which is a self-serve key duplication kiosk. We confirmed that KeyMe kiosks are located in some Safeway stores by contacting KeyMe and individual Safeways.
KeyMe can make a copy of your typical brass key (like house keys and office keys) within minutes. Duplications fees for standard keys range from $3 to $9 per key. For more complicated keys like Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) keys or car keys, you’ll need to make sure the kiosk can scan or copy your specific key. Then, your new key will need to be mailed to you; it should arrive within three to five business days. Pricing for RFID and vehicle keys vary.
You can find KeyMe kiosks at some Safeway locations. KeyMe keys come with a 100% satisfaction guarantee. For more on key duplication services, see our article: Keys Made near Me? Places to Get Keys Made (Walmart, Lowe’s, etc).