This week I’ve perked up the Facebook and Twitter end of Cheepie. Follow up is adding some more info to the actual blog–clearance rack locations, the Actual HEB Names list, and a start on my price point list for certain items.
If there’s something you’d like to see here let me know, and if I think you’re a reasonable person I’ll consider it. If I think you’re one of the people that sent 200 comments that landed in my spamcatcher, I will simply pity you from afar. If you’re thinking sweet talk like, ” But how good is one to two pillow cases of standard size, fitted sheet, and flat sheet. It is suitable under leaf layers can result in many fungal diseases for your lawn;”** is going to get some play with Cheepie, you’ve got another thing coming.
Nothing is super striking this week. It’s likely the last of decent peaches for under a buck, those are everywhere. Red bell peppers are 50c, and if you like color in your food you can buy a bunch, eat some,and freeze others for later.
The weekend sale at Fiesta lends itself well to a party. If you’ve been thinking you should
have 30 people over on a Sunday afternoon, but worried about spending too much on food, go shop on Saturday. For $40 you can likely feed them all–pork shoulder, watermelon, pineapple (grill it!), and tortillas is the basics, and fill in as you see fit. They’ve also got the cheapest BlueBell I’ve seen since the re-issue.
Pork shoulder, 78c/lb at Fiesta. 1.99/lb at Randalls. Make of that what you will.
Also, gummi bears are $1.99 in bulk at Sprouts. Just making a note of that for you. You know I like to help you. With candy.
yellow or white peaches 98c/lb (DD)
cucumbers 50c/ea (DD)
pineapples 98c/ea (C15)
red or green bell peppers 50c/ea (DD)
Earthbound Farms organic salads, 4-7oz B1G1
boneless chicken, any size 50% off
Key Limes, 2lb sack 97c/ea
large peaches 99c/lb (DD)
Blue Ribbon long grain rice, 3 lb. $1.49/lb
seedless watermelons $1.99/ea
Gala apples, 3lb sack $1.99/ea (DD)
pineapples 99c/ea (C15)
beef back ribs, family pack 99c/lb (Fiesta limit)
mixed pork chops, family pack 99c/lb (Fiesta limit)
pork shoulder, 4-8lbs 78c/lb (Fiesta limit)
white seedless grapes 87c/lb (DD)
tomatoes on the vine 67c/lb
organic Gala apples, 2lb sack $2.98/ea (DD)
HCF split chicken breasts, value pack $1/lb
All More Grackle Only:
boneless pork loin, sold whole in bag $1.97/lb
ground pork $1.97/lb
HEB boneless skinless chicken thighs for fajitas $1.97/lb
half pork loin, whole in bag $1.79/lb
bscb or boneless thighs $1.99/lb
Smart chicken drums and thighs $1.99/lb
organic Russet potatoes $1.29/lb (DD)
Don’t forget Double Ad Wednesday at Sprouts–a great chance to score deals and meet like-minded food shoppers!
As usual, Central Market and Whole Foods are holding their ad until late, so I’m not including either today. CM had been earlier recently, so I’d been able to check, but not this week.
Shop strong, Cheepsters. And stay tuned, I’ve got a fun giveaway coming up!
Weekly Flyer Links
- HEB: grackle less grackle
- Wheatsville: meat & produce everything else
- Central Market
- Whole Foods
- Trader Joes
**An actual quote from email in my spam filter. I’m not sure how these things originate or propagate, but I think this is how the dialog for Two Broke Girls is developed.***
***Footnotes! On Cheepie. This is a happy day, people. Go forth and rejoice.