Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Grocery Deals -- 5/28-May 3 JEWEL-OSCO

I don't think I'll be using my third $5/$50 at Jewel this week. The deals just aren't good enough and after two weeks of making Jewel my main shopping trip, we are out of most organic produce and such, so we must to TJs. But there are a few things:
Dole bananas 33 cents a pound, limit 10 pounds (definite stock-up price. If/when they get brown, do like grandma always did and throw in your freezer for banana bread)
Michelina's dinners 79 cents
Shoppers Value TP 12 double rolls, $3.99 limit 2
Breyers Ice Cream, 1.5 qt., bogo @ ?
24 oz. Jewel cottage cheese $2.49
Jewel brick cheese, 8 oz. $2
Jewel milk $2.28
Thomas' English Muffins bogo @ $2.99 (includes whole grain)
California red or green seedless grapes, $1.99/lb. (not the best price, but it's a big deal that the Cali grape season has begun, if are concerned about pesticides, because according to the Environmental Working Group, domestic grapes test as safe but imported ones do not)
Perdue ground chicken or turkey burgers bogo @ $3.99/lb.
Steak-Umm Burgers (frozen) 32 oz. bogo $ $8.99
Wild Harvest organic grape tomatoes, pint $2.99
WH organic russet potatoes, 5 lb.s $3.49
WH diced tomatoes $1.50 for 14.5 oz.
WH tomato sauce 14.5 oz. $1.39
Dole 100% juice blends, 64 oz., $2.50
WH eggs, cage free, Omega-3 or organic, 25% off ?
Ronzoni Healthy Harvest Pasta (Smart Taste is also shown in pic) $1.25 for 12-14.5 oz. (use $1/1 from 4/5 SmartSource to get Smart Taste for 25 cents; I've tried it on the Healthy Harvest and it only works on Smart Taste)
LAST CHANCE TO USE KELLOGG'S PRINTABLES EXPIRING 5/30: selected Kellogg's are $1.88 if you buy 8 this week. If you have the $1/1 printables, they would be 88 cents. Includes 20 oz. Raisin Bran, 12 oz. Rice Krispies, 12.2 oz. Froot Loops, and 12-ct. Pop-Tarts and a bunch of Keebler cookies and crackers. (Also use $1/2 Pop-Tarts from 4/5 RedPlum)
Coupon matchups from Hot Coupon World.


Marie said...

Jewel has these huge ads every week but yet most things I need this week aren't on sale. Oh well.

Carrie said...

Marie -- Yeah, this is one of those weeks to hit your back-up store, like Aldi, Trader Joe's (if shopping for organic/natural), Fair Share or whatever your local lower-end chain is.