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    Default The grocery sales are seriously lacking....

    I was putting my list together for 2 local stores of the deals I plan to pick up. This is my entire list:

    * peaches .88 per pound
    * 2# cheddare $3.99 (limit 2)
    * watermelon $3.88 (not sure of the size, I am guessing small-ish)
    * cantaloupe .33 per pound

    Where are the deals?!?!?!

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    They are gone, gone, gone.....

    I have gotten a few chicken/pork chop deals... grapes were .99lb... other than that - nothing, nada....

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    I'm hoping to make it to the next town this week for hamburger at 1.48 a pound and canned veggies for .50 a can. Not sure I will get there though......

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    It's been real variable here. I got chicken breast last week for 1.49. Grapes 99c, cucumbers 3/1.00, strawberries 1.50 lb, corn 4/1.00.

    This week:
    grapes 88c
    brand name ice cream 2.99
    20ct snack chips 4.99
    ham (half or quarter) 1.39lb
    cherries 1.99
    tomatoes 1.29
    bacon 2.99
    butter 1.49
    8oz cheese 1.69
    free eggs with 2 ^ cheese^ purchase
    ground chuck 1.99
    canned vegs .39
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    Brennasmom, have you found out about zaycon foods yet? It it big batches of food, but it is easy to repackage into portions that work for your family.

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    Yes, love Zaycon. They haven't had much lately in my area. I bought peaches from them last year and am hoping they will have the same this year!

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    I like their bacon and the chicken breasts.

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    I have bought the salmon and peaches from Zaycon, both were excellent.

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    Our produce seems to be getting a little better.........but not much at 3 for a buck........now I see 2 for..........UGH.

    I am really lucky in that I don't need much right now......EXCEPT ANOTHER FREEZER!!

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    I'm not going to make it to the sale in the next town. Our little store is having a Fri/Sat sale and I am going to get turkey breast for 1.39 a pound. Gonna get a couple for the freezer and check out the Dollar General to see what deals they might have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WV_mom_of2 View Post
    I'm not going to make it to the sale in the next town. Our little store is having a Fri/Sat sale and I am going to get turkey breast for 1.39 a pound. Gonna get a couple for the freezer and check out the Dollar General to see what deals they might have.
    Saturday is coupon day at Dollar General. Spend $25 - get $5 off. If you get as close to the $25 as you can - it makes everything you buy 20% off...

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    I usually go to the produce store; but lately the produce has been very reasonable at the grocery store so I've been shopping there and approx 5 items are on sale at Aldis each week. I got a huge honeyrock (another name; but cannot remember the name) for $1.39; cherries have been under $2. a # at all the grocery stores; nectarines and peaches .99 @ Meijer. Cucumbers 3/,99 @ meijer and I have soo many tomatoes in my pot on the patio haven't needed to buy them. Most of the meats that are not beef are on sale too and a more reasonable price.

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    I hear great things about Aldi but they aren't in my state

    I found Breyer's for $2.49 though Yum!

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    We haven't had tons of good deals, but they're still around. Hunt's spaghetti sauce 8/$10 was a recent one... This week canned goods are 5/$3, 100% whole wheat bread is $2/loaf, $1.66 for 16 oz sour cream, organic cantaloupe 98c/lb. Milk is regularly 3.39/gal here. (Keep in mind, these are Alaska prices).
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    Same here - loss leaders are mostly for processed stuff that we don't buy. We end up doing most our shopping at Aldis right now.

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