Grocery deals: Save big money on food this week at Valley grocery stores

First glimpse of some of the savings you can expect at Valley grocery stores this week.

Pro's Ranch Market

Save on soda pop at Pro's Ranch market this week. They have Pepsi products on sale for $.89 each, with a limit of 8 at that price. You can score some chicken drumsticks for $.77 per pound at pro's ranch market. Satisfy your sweet tooth for cheap at Pro’s. You can buy four pounds of oranges for $.99.

Albertsons

Head to Albertsons and save on potatoes. You can buy 10 pounds of russet potatoes for $1.68 each with a limit of two. Cut out Albertsons coupon in this week’s ad for 18 eggs for just $1.88 each with a limit of two. Albertsons you can score a gallon of milk for $1.99 each with a limit of two.

Safeway

At Safeway you can score a gallon of milk for $1.99 each with a limit of two. If chicken is on your list you will save some dough at Safeway this week. They have chicken drumsticks, breasts, thighs or leg quarters on sale for $.99 per pound.

Food City

Head to Food City and save on tomatoes. You can buy three pounds of Roma tomatoes for $.99 with a limit of six. Or save on cucumbers at Food City. Buy five for $1 with a limit of 10.

Fry's

At Fry's you can save on assorted pork loin chops for just $1.69 per pound with a limit of two.

Bashas'

Score an awesome deal on boneless skinless chicken breasts at Bashas'. You can buy a pack for $1.49 per pound with a limit of two. Stop in at Bashas’ on Sunday, because you can buy large slicing tomatoes for $.59 per pound.

Sprouts

Head to Sprouts and save on asparagus just $1.48 per pound. Plus don't forget Sprouts weekly ad overlap on Wednesday so that will be a great day to shop so you can get double the savings.

Make sure to check your Valley grocery stores ads before heading out. Plus don't forget to check their website for additional deals and coupons.

Here are some more websites to find coupons to help you save:

Redplum.com

Coupons.com

Smartsource.com

 

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