Weekend Sales!

I realize I missed my ad roundup this week. You’ll just have to trust me that I was busy. If it helps you to know that I was busy for a darn good reason, you can go ahead and rest easy, because I was.

If it helps you to know that I also took a few more naps than usual, that’s true too, so I’ve got you covered there.

To make up for it I’ve got a couple weekend sales to post.

Randalls has an 8 piece fried or baked chicken tray for $5 Friday today, so if you don’t have a dinner plan yet that’s pretty easy. Though how easy depends entirely on the kind of checker you get. Sometimes you get a line there and it seems like maybe your checker is new to groceries. Good luck!

Sprouts has a whole weekend long sale with lots of great prices on chicken, almond milk and apples.

Fiesta, being Fiesta, has a Sunday/Monday sale. Because even something simple like when the weekend gets wonky once Fiesta gets a hold of it.  I mean look at this–they’ve even got weird Wonder Bread. Whole wheat Wonder Bread? That doesn’t even make sense!

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Here are the links:

Sprouts

Randalls

 

Happy Ad Wednesday!

Randalls entire front page this week is roasts, none of which hit a price point I’d suggest buying.  Usually they’re more on the ball with their loss-leaders, since it’s the only reason sensible people walk in the door!

Fiesta’s got a hog head in the freezer if you need one, 99c/lb. Please share your photos with Cheepie if you decide to do this! It’s good for tamales, and if this is why you go buy one, I’m happy to taste-test. Just let me know where and when.

Berries and apples are the fruits my kids will be eating this week. I’ll also be buying pork tenderloin for a dinner this week and for the freezer. At Fiesta I’ll be getting spare ribs and black beans to stockpile.  The bulk sale at Sprouts will be a great way for me to stock up on some of the things I need for cookies and granola bars: nuts, seeds, fruits.

I hope some of these sales are for things that you need for the pantry or freezer. Here’s the full list!

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Yes, an old photo. My mailman still doesn’t like me.

HEB

blackberries                                                         97c/ea

Red Delicious apples                                         97c/ea

HCF chicken drums/thighs                            $1/lb

HEB Prime 1 top sirloin steaks                       $4.97/lb (less grackle)

HCF hickory smoked spiral cut ham             $1.49/lb (more grackle)

pork tenderloin, whole                                      $2.97/lb

 

Fiesta

green cabbage                                               25c/lb

Cello carrots, 1lb                                          50c/lb

bscb                                                                  $1.97/lb

pork picnic, whole                                       97c/lb (Fiesta limit)

beef shoulder roast                                      $2.97/lb (Fiesta limit)

pork spare ribs                                               $1.79 (Fiesta limit)

Libby’s canned corn,peas, beans              33c/ea (limit 6)

Parade frozen vegetables, 28-32oz            $1.79/ea

black beans, dry, 1lb bag                                99c/ea

 

Randalls

medium avocados                                            50c/ea

Cook’s whole or half ham, bone in        $1.49/lb

 

Sprouts

Navel oranges                                                 33c/lb

Fuji & Braeburn apples                                98c/lb

organic black seedless grapes                  $1.98/lb

organic Golden Delicious apples              98c/lb

organic Russet potatoes                              98c/lb

all bulk items                                                   25% off

Sprouts extra virgin olive oil, 1L                $5.99/ea

 

Central Market

Holiday or Christmas Crunch grapes       $1.98/lb

cauliflower                                                         $1.98/ea

 

As a last note:

HEB has a weird thing going on with shrimp at the grackle vs. non-grackle HEBs. I’ll write it up for tomorrow. I’ll leave it as an exercise for the reader in the meantime. I know you Cheepsters love a puzzle!

Happy Shopping. Cheep Cheep!

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