Save on groceries this week. Here is your first glimpse of some of the savings you will find at Valley grocery stores.
Save money on quenching your thirst at Bashas' this week. They have 32-ounce Powerade on sale for just $.50 each. You can buy up to 15 at that price. In addition you have to spend a minimum of $25 to get that price. Grab some grapes for cheap at Bashas'. They have green, red or black seedless grapes up to five pounds for $.88 per pound. Also grab a half a gallon of milk for $.88 with a limit of four at Bashas' this week.
Save on cereal at Albertsons this week. They have select varieties of Kellogg’s cereal for $1.99 each. If you buy four of those boxes in one transaction, you will get a gallon of milk for free. Have some boneless skinless chicken breast for $1.77 per pound at Albertsons. You can score a deal on 10 pounds of Russet potatoes for $1.99 each.
Stop in at Fry’s and save on a gallon of milk for $1.59 each. You can purchase two for that price. Stock up on Yoplait yogurt at Fry’s, they have them on sale for $.50 each and Bashas' also has that same deal too.
Save on chicken at Food City. They have whole chickens on sale for $.78 per pound. You can buy two packages for that price. If you stop in at Food City on Friday, September 28 you can purchase 2 liters of Pepsi for $.88 each. You are limited to only purchasing three for that price. You can get a great buy on Gala apples, three pounds for $.99 and get up to six pounds at that price.
Go crazy for bananas at Safeway. They have bananas on sale for $.39 per pound. Check out Safeway’s website for their “Just for You” digital coupons. You can load up your Safeway card with coupons and save on 2 liters of 7UP. With the digital coupon you can save $.50 off that 7UP and pay only $.79.
Head to Sprouts and buy strawberries for $.99 for a 1-pound container.
Make sure to check for additional deals and savings by going on your grocery stores website. Also check out the newspaper and mailings for coupons and other websites like Redplum.com and Coupons.com .
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