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Get more than half off everything from fruit to meat to dessert

Posted at 5:57 AM, May 22, 2018
and last updated 2018-05-22 14:16:32-04

Well whether you're partying at home or elsewhere for Memorial Day, we are helping you save because we get the ads early.

We did the hard work and here are some of the best deals we found this week:


Let's start toward the top of the food pyramid with dessert...

Bashas’ has Breyers ice cream on sale -- buy one at $5.99 and get two free; That means you're paying $2 per container!

Albertsons has a digital coupon for more ice cream -- Nestle Novelties, and Haagan Daaz ice cream and bars for $1.99.  Their regular price is $3.99, so great deal! 

Safeway has a deal on their ice cream too!  Pay $1.87 for Signature Select, Blue Bunny ice cream, and Lucerne novelties.


Next, we're talking protein!

Start at Safeway, they have a digital coupon for a dozen large eggs for 77 cents -- more than half off!

They also have boneless, skinless chicken breast or thighs for $1.47. 

Fry's Food has T-Bone steak for $4.77 per pound.

Albertsons is your place for beef hot dogs: Oscar Mayer, Hebrew National and Ball Park are all on sale for two for $5.

They are also having a bag shrimp sale...Half off!


Moving to the fruit...

Head back to Safeway for 16 ounces of strawberries. You'll pay 75 cents.

Pay that same price for a whole cantaloupe at Fry's.

At Food City you can get four mangos for a buck.

Fry's Food has black seedless grapes for $.77 cents per pound and whole cantaloupes for $.75 each.

Prefer watermelon?  Head over to Albertsons and pay $.97 for a mini-seedless watermelon. 


Corn is great for the grill so load up at Albertsons because they have ten ears of corn on sale for a buck -- a screaming deal!

Finally, we're talking drinks.

Safeway has a digital coupon for Coke, Dr. Pepper and 7UP at just 49 cents each.

There are so many Memorial Day deals happening at the grocery store that you’ll want to check the ads for yourself. And be sure to read the fine print, because there are restrictions on many of these deals including purchase limits.