Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Grocery Deals -- FAIR SHARE Super Market/CERTISAVER 10/22 - 10/28

Remember, these stores start their sales TODAY. I have included links to printable coupons, but note that the Oak Park Fair Share Super Market no longer accepts printables.

gallon Dean's milk, 1%, 2% or skim: $1.99, limit 1 with each $10 spent, 2 maximum
(I always buy Dean's or Lucerne because they are hormone-free)

Dannon Activia, 4-ct., $2.29 Use $1/1 from 9/21 or 8/10 SmartSource, and $12 rebate offer to possibly earn money on this!

Dean's cottage cheese, 24 oz., $2.79
Use .30/1 from 8/10 SmartSource

1/2 gallon Dole juices, $1.99

cabbage, 19 cents a pound
(I recently learned that cabbage is one of those vegetables that you DON'T need to worry too much about pesticides, so I don't mind buying conventional)

potatoes, 8 lbs, $1.99 (conventional potatoes, on the other hand? likely to be contaminated w/ pesticides)

tomatoes, 59 cents a pound

Bartlett pears, 79 cents/pound

5 lbs. grapefruit, 3 lbs. navel oranges or 4 lbs. juice oranges, $2.99

seedless grapes, .99/pound

bananas, .39/pound

eggplant, zucchini, yellow squash, .79/lb.

canned tomatoes, 28 oz., 79 cents

corned beef brisket, $1.59 a pound

pork shoulder roast, $1.19/lb

8-ct. Marcal paper towels, $3.99
Use $1/1 or $1/2 from 10/5 and 10/19 SmartSource, if you got them (I didn't)

12-ct. Marcal toilet paper, $3.99

Nestle Semi-Sweet Morsels, 11.5-12 oz., $2.50
Use .75/1 printable or .50/2 printable (there used to be a $1.50 printable, but I don't think they're available anymore)

Country's Delight quick oats, 18 oz., $1

French's Fried Onions, 2.8 oz., $1.50

Libby's Pumpkin, 15 oz., $1.29
use $1/2 printable and get them for 70 cents each

Bugles or Chex Mix, bogo @ ?

wild Pacific salmon fillets, 12.5 oz., $3.99

Marie Callender's dinners, $2

Coupon matchups from


Annie's Antics :-) said...

Great list!

I also wanted to add that the Dole Fruit Naturals cups are 10/$10 and there was a $1/1 coupon in last Sunday's Parade. Yay!

Annie's Antics :-) said...

Oh, oops - I forgot to say that that's at JEWEL. ;-)

Annie's Antics :-) said...

Another oops - it's $1/2. So it makes them .50/each. I'm not sure if that's a good deal or not considering fresh apples are less than $2/bag.

Also, there's a coupon in the produce aisle for $1/1 Marzetti's apple dip. And another peelie for $2 off an apple purchase if you buy 2 Marzetti's dips (making the apples FREE this week!)