Save money on food by knowing what's on sale

Posted at 10:42 PM, Dec 08, 2015
and last updated 2015-12-09 00:42:40-05

You can score some savings on your food bill by finding out what is on sale.

Safeway and Albertsons

Safeway has Progresso soups on sale for $.99 each. All you have to do is download or clip the coupon from the ad, and you can buy six for that price. At Albertsons, you can buy four at that price.

If you go to Albertsons, you can buy a box of select varieties of Post cereal for $1.67 each. You can buy six for that price. At Safeway, you'll find a similar deal, but you have to buy at least four participating items in order to get that price.

Also at Albertsons, if you spend $100 or more you will get $10 off of your bill with the coupon from their ad. Plus on Dec. 15, if you work in the field of First Responders you will get 10 percent off of your food bill. You can also buy red seedless grapes for just $.97 per pound.


Head to Fry’s and score some deals on their Buy 4 Save $4 sale. So, if you buy qualifying items you will get $1 off of each item. For example, you can buy a box of Fruit Loops for $2.29, but if you buy three other participating items you will get $1 off each item, making that box of cereal just $1.29. You can also save on a six ounce container of blackberries at Fry’s for $.87 each, with a limit of four.


You can stop in at Bashas’ and get boneless skinless chicken breast for $1.67 per pound, with a limit of two packages. You can buy a box of General Mills select cereals for $1.49 each when you buy four in one transaction. Bashas’ also has a 3-day sale, which starts Dec. 11 and ends Dec. 13. During that sale, you can buy one whole pork loin with bone for $.88 per pound.  Or try select bottles of 2-liter Pepsi products for $.77 each, with a limit of six.

Food City

At Food City, you can get pork tamales made for a deal. They have bone in pork sirloin roast on sale for $.87 per pound with a limit of two bags for that price.