Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Grocery Store deals for the week of 9/8/10 - 9/14/10

Food Lion Brand Sale:
Get $1 off your next purchase for every 4 Healthy Accents or Home 360 Items, up to $10 per transaction.
Some noteable/cheap items (I have not confirmed these prices at our local store, but they should be close):
Home 360 Cat Food, 5.5 oz., .40
Home 360 Rubber Bands, Erasers, Pencil Sharpeners, .33
Home 360 Transparent Tape .59
Home 360 Single Wet One Packs .89
Let me know if you come across any other great deals and I will update this post.

Red Seedless Grapes, .99/lb.
Holly Farms Chicken Breasts, Boneless, $1.77 lb.

Nestle Nesquick 16 oz $1, use the $1 FLIP, Link: FLIP

E-VIC Members-Only Fresh Foods Rewards Offer
(the blurb below was copied directly from the HT email that I received)

Earn one (1) point for every dollar spent on any combo of Deli, Bakery, Party to Go, Prepared Foods and Rotisserie products* between September 1 and November 30, 2010. Collect 40 points and earn a $5 reward!

Point updates will be automatically printed on your receipt and are based on household spending after VIC discounts. After accumulating 40 points, your VIC household will be targeted with one (1) $5 electronic coupon to be used on your next transaction of $5 or more. This $5 will automatically be deducted on the next transaction of $5 or more, regardless of the items purchased, by anyone in your VIC household, through December 7, 2010. No cash back. No Limit to the number of $5 rewards you can earn.

Also in E-VIC are HT cereals, 12-20 oz, .97, limit 2 (non-evic price is $1.77)

Eastern Grown Peaches, .69 lb

Porterhouse and T-Bone steaks, $5.99/lb.

Boneless Chicken Breast, small pack is Buy 1 get 2 free (usually rings up 1/3 the price, so you don't have to purchase all three pkgs.)

Center Cut Pork Chops, $2.99/lb

HT canned Grean Beans, Corn or Peas, Buy 2 get 3 free at .89 each
= .36 when you purchase 5 - Stockpile Price.  I usually purchase my canned Green Beans at Aldi and they have gone up to .48 a can.

Shake 'N Bake, $1.50, use the .75 printable, Link: Shake

HT Milk 128 oz. (excludes organic) $2.47 ea.

Breakstone Sour Cream, 16 oz. $1.50, use the $1.00/2 printable, Link: Breakstone
= $1.00 ea (not a great price, but decent if you need it now)

New York Garlic Texas Toast BOGO at $1.50-$1.87 ea, use the .50 printable, Link: T Toast
= .50-.87 ea

Barber Stuffed Chicken Cordon Bleu, BOGO at $2.67 ea. Use the $1 off 2 printable, Link: Barber
= $4.34 for 2 packages (they have 2 pieces of chicken in them each) or $1.09 for each piece of chicken. This sounds a little high to me, but could be a great lunch or quick dinner.
OR - if you get the All You magaine, there is a $1 coupon in September's issue.

10 lb. bag of Russett Potatoes, $2.99

2 lb bag carrots, .99

Sanderson Farm Boneless chicken breasts, $1.79 lb.

Angel Soft, 6 rolls, $3.99, use the .50 printable, Link: Angel Soft
= $2.99

Mahtama Yellow Rice, .59, use the .75/2 from the 8/29 Red Plum

Old Orchard Apple Juice, $1.99, use the .50 printable, Link: Old Orchard
= .99

Betty Crocker cake mix is on sale for 4/5.00 and the Betty Crocker frosting is 4/6.00
Use the .75/2 manu. coupon to buy both AND the Lowes Foods in-ad coupon, buy 4 get 2.00 dollar off instantly.
Here's how it would look:
2 cake mixes at $1.25 ea = 2.50
2 frostings at $1.50 ea = 3.00
2 x .75 coupons doubled = -3.00
LF in-ad coupon = -2.00
.50 Total for 4 items.  STOCKPILE PRICE!!!


Sunny said...

Thanks Missy! What else do you stock up at Aldi? I shop there when I am too lazy to do coupons, and they do seem like the best bet for staples (and rice cakes!).

Missy said...


Rachel likes their applesauce, so I buy those for her school lunches. Also, nuts are a great price there, as well as cool whip (aldi brand). I get Asiago cheese - shredded inexpensively and use that sparingly in pasta. Their house pasta sauce in the jar is also great. Also keep in mind that they have a double your money back guarantee on their house brands - but I have never taked advantage of that - we have liked everything that I have purchased from there - so far.

Sunny said...

Good to know- I have been a little scared to try many things that have flavor- like pasta sauce. Thanks!

Kevin said...

Where could I get a manufacturer's coupon for the betty crocker baking mix and frosting?

Missy said...

They were in the 8/1 General Mills Coupon inserts. I would recommend (she is local and you will get your shipment in one day), but she has run out of stock.

Another recommendation is to email Leeanne McCloud( She has a google document that she can send you with the coupons that are available. She is here in town and I have heard from another one of my coupons friends that she will let you come pick them up.