Get 10% off of your food bill, cereal for $.99, plus more food dealsFebruary 6, 2019
On Wednesday, February 6th if you are 55 years or older you will save 10% off of your food bill at Fry’s, Bashas, Albertsons and Safeway. And don’t forget on Wednesdays at Sprouts their ads overlap, meaning the current and previous weekly ads are both in effect, giving you double the deals.
Head to Safeway or Albertsons and buy boneless skinless chicken breast or thighs for $1.67/lb.
Keep your insides warm without breaking the bank. Progresso soup is on sale for $.99 each and you can purchase 6 at that price.
Score a box of General Mills cereal for $.99 each. All you have to do is purchase two in one transaction and use the digital coupon.
Blackberries are on sale at Sprouts for $.77 each for a 6 oz container.
Asparagus for $1.48/lb.
Filet mignon, with a limit of two packs, for $9.99/lb.
EZ Peel jumbo raw shrimp for $5.99/lb.
Grass-fed beef for $3.99/lb.
On Friday and Saturday only, you can redeem a digital coupon from Fry’s and purchase turkey breast for $.97/lb. All you have to do is download the coupon onto your Fry’s card anytime between February 6 through the 9th. You can use it 5 times within those parameters.
Get in the mood for some wining and dining for a deal. Fry’s has 30% off wine and spirit sale till Sunday, February 10th. All you have to do is buy 6 bottles or more in order to get the savings.
Score a 48 oz container of Breyer’s ice cream for $1.99 with the digital coupon.
Head to Bashas’ on Friday, February 8th from 8 am until 8 pm and buy a 5-pound bag of Russet potatoes for $.88, you can buy 4 at that price. During that same sale, you can also purchase boneless round roast for $2.47/lb and buy 2 for that price. Or try country style ribs or pork chops for $.99 a pound with a limit of 2 packs on Friday.
This week you can get boneless skinless chicken breast or thighs for $1.49/lb. You can buy 2 packs for that deal.
Blueberries, 6 oz container, for $.87 and you can buy 6 at that price.
Organic broccoli or cauliflower for $.88/lb.