Thursday, October 31, 2013

Finally, the ads

The ads.


Whole pork loin 1.99
Milk 1.89@
Tillamook cheese 3.99@@

Just for u
Sausage 2 lbs 2.99
Tuna 1.25

5 buck Friday
Grapes 3/5


Dave's bread 3.99@@

Top round, London broil BOGO nets 3.25
Black and raspberries BOGO nets 2.00
18 count eggs 1.99
Dreyers ice cream 2.99
Nally chili 1.00


Diced tomatoes

Cranberry sauce

Tuna .88
Chili 1.00

That's about all. I am seeing a big jump in prices.  Just because they say something is featured, doesn't mean that it is really on sale.  you need to know your prices.  .67 for beans is good.  I do note that they are store brand now, they used to be a national brand for that price and there used to be beans included.  I did  get beans from FM for fifty cents this summer.  The pork loin is good.  That's a lot of pork loin, perhaps you can share it with a friend or family member unless you are having a crowd for dinner.  ...freeze it for thanksgiving!?    Freeze 1/2!of ot for thanksgiving!?

Be sure to check the coupon connections if you are in the Seattle area.  Many regions have match up sites.Google  for the one on your area.

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Jane ,


  1. Wow! Your lowest best deals are much lower than ours. Milk is $2.77 lowest price. Yogurt is $1 each 6 ounce container, so I make my own. Sausage is one pound for $2.99 or more.

    For pork loin, you can always cut it and freeze portions. I like to cut it up for different meals and then freeze it.

    I buy beans in bulk bags of 25 pounds for around .67 a pound, dried.

  2. I can usually get coupons for Tillamook or Yoplait. So,eti,es as low as .12 each. It would be interesting to know what part of the country you are from. I know there are fluctuations on prices , bit the basics still work. RBP is still better than retIl, LOL