Smart Shopper grocery deals: Bulk up, stock up and save on chicken this week

Here is your first glance of some of the deals you can expect at Valley grocery stores.

Sprouts

Score 10 ears of corn for $2 at Sprouts this week. Don’t forget Wednesday is your best day to shop at Sprouts because the current and previous week's ad overlap and that means double the savings.

Food City

Head to Food City and get some boneless skinless chicken breast for just $1.69 per pound. You can also buy three mangos for $.99 and get up to six at that price.  Or try Roma tomatoes at a great price, three pounds for $.99 with a limit of six. Head to Food City on Friday May, 3rd until Sunday and buy five avocados for $1 with a limit of 10. Or try some ground beef 73% lean for $1.99 with a limit of two packs during that sale.

Albertsons

At Albertsons if you are in the military you can get 10% off of your food bill on May 3rd. At Albertsons you can buy boneless skinless chicken breast for $1.89 per pound. Check out Albertsons Mix & Match sale. If you buy participating items in multiples of four, you get $.50 off of each item. For example a box of cereal sells for for $2.49, but if you by four, eight or twelve of any participating item you will get that cereal for $1.99 after savings. So look for those tags throughout their store.

Bashas’

Save on avocados at Bashas’ this week. You can buy four for $1. Try some boneless skinless chicken breast at Bashas for $1.87 per pound and get four packs at that price.

Fry's

Head to fry's for a gallon of milk for $1.99 each. You can buy two at that price. Fry's has their buy 4 save $4 sale. If you buy any four participating items you will get $1 off of each item. So you can save on Kellogg’s Special K cereal, laundry detergent and more just look for those tags throughout the store.

Safeway

Safeway has you covered on a gallon of milk for $1.99 each and some cereal. If you buy any four boxes of General Mills cereal, 64 ounce bottles Mott’s apple juice or fruit snacks in one transaction you will get each of them for $1.49.

I have to admit I struggled finding some great prices on food. I was told food prices were headed up due to droughts, weather and shortages. Look for manufacturer coupons on items you need that are on sale. That will help some. Below are some additional websites for coupons:

Redplum.com

Smartsource.com

Coupons.com

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