Turns out Sprouts, and HEB and CM just went ahead and made an ad that went from last Wednesday to Thanksgiving! So, this week is the same for them. But not Randalls or Fiesta, they’ve got their own nonsense going on.
I’m noting Fiesta below, but as usual, Randalls is loitering around the front of the store, muttering as you go by, saying things like, “Think you got a turkey yet? That’s not a turkey,” and ” You don’t think you’re getting past this weekend with a few more boxes of crackers, do you?”
Every other store has an ad that started last Wednesday and goes until Thursday. Randalls has that. Of course they have that, they’re not going to not follow along! But they supplemented it by also having an ad that’s just for the 23rd to the 27th. So two days ago there was surprise ad, and I didn’t know. It’s nearly entirely the same, but next year, I’ll be ready for this weird calendar situation, in the meantime, I’ll list what I’ve got and anything new I noticed.
CM: get those apples! HEB: get sweet potatoes and green beans.
Granny Smith apples 48c/lb (DD)
yellow onions 48c/lb (C15)
celery, cucumbers, green bell peppers 48c/lb (DD)
organic celery 98c/ea (DD)
Imagine organic broth, 32oz box $1.50/ea
french vanilla almond granola $1.99/lb
pineapples $1.98/ea (C15)
What the hell, Fiesta??? I don’t even know what this means. Maybe it’s traditional for them? Maybe there’s a fiesta at Fiesta, and they don’t have time for fussy things like listing ads on a weekly basis? I do think the kicky font they chose is indicative of a less than fully dedicated weekly ad staff, and I worry they raided the jewelry counter, ordered a bunch of corn cups at the truck outside and made for the hills.
I may read too much into fonts, for someone using the font that was the default that went with this blog template.
russet potatoes $5/15 lbs (DD)
Blue Bell half gallons, selected varieties $3.99/ea
organic gala or fuji apples 99c/lb (DD)
boston butt pork roast, bone-in $1.47/lb (whole in bag, limit 2)
Smithfield Premium shank portion ham $1.57/lb
sweet potatoes 20c/lb (C15)
green beans 67c/lb.
All the ads being the same means the same turkey deals from last week hold. Also worth noting:
Central Market has fresh free-range turkey for $2.69/lb, non-gmo natural fresh turkey for $2.99/lb, and free range organic turkey for $3.99/lb.
Cranberries freeze well just as they are in the bag. They’re the indestructible fruit. They don’t have to just be cranberry sauce with turkey, they’re also good with pork loin, and cooked down and put on cream cheese for a simple spread, so having a few in the freezer is a handy thing.
Happy Thanksgiving, be well, and Cheep Cheep!