Save some dough and find out what deals you can score at Valley grocery stores this week

Valley grocery store ads will be arriving soon. Here are some deals you can expect to find.


Save on a pound of strawberries at Sprouts this week. They have those strawberries on sale for $1.50 per pound. And if you want some blackberries you can buy a 5.6 ounce for that same price of $1.50 each. Also at Sprouts you can buy navel oranges for just three pounds for $1.


Save on rib eye steak for $4.47 per pound at Bashas' this week with a limit of two packs at that price. It's cold outside but ice cream always tastes great and especially when you can buy it for a great price. Bashas' has Blue Bunny 1.75 quarts for $2.88 each.


Save on boneless skinless chicken breasts at Fry's for just $1.77 per pound, and you can buy up to four packs at that price. Fry's has Campbell's soup on sale this week. They have select varieties for $.99 each.

Food City

Save big time on cucumbers at Food City this week. You can buy nine cucumbers for only $.99. Of course you can only buy nine at that price. Or try some avocados, four for just $.99 and you can buy eight at that price. If you plan on shopping at Food City on Wednesday, January 16th you can get an incredible price on pineapples, four pounds for $1 with limit of three. On Thursday, January 17th you can purchase beef back ribs for $1.29 per pound and buy two packages on Thursday only for that price.  


Get your belly warm for a great price. Albertsons has Progresso soup on sale for $1.07 each with a limit of six. Save on Velveeta or Kraft Deluxe macaroni and cheese diners at Albertsons, you can buy three for $5.


Save on Gala, Granny Smith, and Red or Golden Delicious apples all for $.88 per pound. Or buy some on-the-vine tomatoes for $1.49 a pound.

I have seen better deals but still a few to save you some money. Also make sure to clip or download those coupons and check your Valley grocery stores website for additional savings.

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