Saturday, January 8, 2011

Grocery Deals for today

HyVees in Osceola, Creston, and Washington are holding a Crazy 8 Sale today from 8 to 4 pm.  I know our local Fareway also matches those ads, if they carry comparable items.  Hint, if a store is limiting your purchase, these are good deals.  Also if you do not need the canned goods for yourself, consider taking advantage of the deal and donating your purchase to the food pantry.  Here is what it included:

HyVee Milk, half gallon... 88 cents, limit 2 (cheaper than buying a gallon)
Midwest Country Fare Tuna, 5 oz... 28 cents, limit 2
HyVee Chicken Noodle or Tomato Soup, 10.5 oz... 28 cents, limit 2
Midwest Country Fare Mushrooms, 4 oz... 28 cents, limit 2
HyVee White Bread... 68 cents
Bakery Fresh Italian Bread... 88 cents
HyVee's Kitchen 12 piece Chicken Pack... $8.88
Amana NY Strip Steak, 8 oz... $3.88

Also this is the third day of the 3-Day sale at HyVee.  Here is what is included in that sale:

HyVee Yogurt 10 for $3
Country Pride Chicken Breast, 2.5 lb... $3.99, limit 2
Banquet Frozen Meals... 59 cents, limit 12
Hormel Always Tender Port Spare Ribs... $1.29 lb
HyVee Russet Potatoes, 5 lb... 88 cents
Midwest Country Fare Ice Cream, 4 qt pail... $3.88
VO5 Shampoo/Conditioner, 15 oz... 69 cents (food pantry will take these as well)
Peter Pan Creamy Peanut Butter, three jars for $2.98
Jack's Original or Half & Half Pizza... $1.88

And in HyVee's weekly ad, butter is under $2.  That's a good price.

Fareway has three kinds of whole wheat bread priced under $2 a loaf.
Also I don't have the coupon in front of me, but it appears you can get free Tones Spices...Mini Spices are on sale 2 for a dollar.  There is a coupon for one dollar off any Tones Spices in the 11-14 SmartSource coupon insert.  Woo Hoo!

It's been a busy week and I didn't get a chance to look at the ads until now.  I'll try to do it sooner next time.  Our budget is tight this week, but Ron is off to buy some cheap milk.  And if I can get those darn Tones coupons found, we'll pick up some free spices too.

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