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Starting a thread about sale items.

Post items that are on sale in your area.

Keep us all informed of the bargains that are out there.


I saw at Safeway Tuna packed in oil (exp 2015) 69c each.

I live in the North West and I know they have Safeway stores all over the West Coast.
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Chunky soup is 99 cents per can in Washington Safeways. (limit eight though, have to make quite a few trips).
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Chunky soup is 99 cents per can in Washington Safeways. (limit eight though, have to make quite a few trips).
Thats a great deal. I picked up about a dozen myself
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If anyone living in area with Firehouse subs,they have 5-gal pickle buckets for $2.00 each,the proceeds go to safety program they have.Thx
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Kroger has Del Monte Vegetables at 26 cents/can when you buy 10, limit 20 per trip. 5 trips and $26.00 (no sales tax on groceries in Texas) later, I had 100 extra assorted cans of veges.
Hunts tomato sauce, paste, diced and whole are all going @49 cents/can. Less than $50.00 got me a 100 cans of tomatoes.
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Kroger has Del Monte Vegetables at 26 cents/can when you buy 10, limit 20 per trip. 5 trips and $26.00 (no sales tax on groceries in Texas) later, I had 100 extra assorted cans of veges.
Hunts tomato sauce, paste, diced and whole are all going @49 cents/can. Less than $50.00 got me a 100 cans of tomatoes.
26 cents a can ?!
They are .49 a can here , same as the hunts tomato sauce but no limit on either.
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I have noticed a price variance in different regions. Milk, until a couple of weeks ago, was going for 99 cents/gal (up to $1.49 now) and I don't believe you were getting that in the Bartlett area (I spent years living in Tipton County and working in Bartlett) and I've had friends telling me about sales there that Texas doesn't touch.
Major grocery chains have regional promotional budgets, hence the fine print, "at participating stores"..........

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I have noticed a price variance in different regions. Milk, until a couple of weeks ago, was going for 99 cents/gal (up to $1.49 now) and I don't believe you were getting that in the Bartlett area (I spent years living in Tipton County and working in Bartlett) ........
Whoa! 1.49 A GALLON would a huge bargain up here!
We pay 3.59 a gallon on a good day.
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Milk in OR is up to $3.00 in some stores. DO NOT shop at Ray's (a chain of grocery stores on the west coast) their prices are outrageous and they claim it's because they get "only the best". It's the same standard products everyone stocks they just claim it's the best of those products. Like they have a dude picking and choosing each can that goes on the shelf! Good Ol' Rip Off Rays!

Found an awesome place for hardware in Eugene Springfield OR. Bring Recycling! Sweet place to snag just about anything, hardware wise. Well worth a trip. Practice your scavenging skills. Found 4 ball bearing drawer sliders for $2 each, normally $18
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Milk in OR is up to $3.00 in some stores.
If that's $3 a gallon, you are going to get hit with some whoopie pies, because a lot of areas of the country routinely pay a lot more than that.
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I have noticed a price variance in different regions. Milk, until a couple of weeks ago, was going for 99 cents/gal (up to $1.49 now) and I don't believe you were getting that in the Bartlett area (I spent years living in Tipton County and working in Bartlett) and I've had friends telling me about sales there that Texas doesn't touch.
Major grocery chains have regional promotional budgets, hence the fine print, "at participating stores"..........
Milk? Is this cow milk we're talking about?

6$/gal in Puerto Rico...
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Milk? Is this cow milk we're talking about?

6$/gal in Puerto Rico...
Vivo, I'm going to MAIL YOU A COW.
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Milk is over 3 dollars here.
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I have noticed a price variance in different regions. Milk, until a couple of weeks ago, was going for 99 cents/gal (up to $1.49 now) and I don't believe you were getting that in the Bartlett area (I spent years living in Tipton County and working in Bartlett) and I've had friends telling me about sales there that Texas doesn't touch.
Major grocery chains have regional promotional budgets, hence the fine print, "at participating stores"..........
Holy crap! Milks at $4.20+ a gallon here in South Eastern Wisconsin.

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Wow, that's cheap. It's about 3.89/gal or more here in MD...!
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I have noticed a price variance in different regions. Milk, until a couple of weeks ago, was going for 99 cents/gal (up to $1.49 now) and I don't believe you were getting that in the Bartlett area (I spent years living in Tipton County and working in Bartlett) and I've had friends telling me about sales there that Texas doesn't touch.
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here in central Calif a gal of milk is 3.19
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here in central Calif a gal of milk is 3.19
Milk prices are subject to strict government regulations based on extremely outdated laws dating back to before widespread use of refrigerated trucking and storage.

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Kroger has Del Monte Vegetables at 26 cents/can when you buy 10, limit 20 per trip. 5 trips and $26.00 (no sales tax on groceries in Texas) later, I had 100 extra assorted cans of veges.
Hunts tomato sauce, paste, diced and whole are all going @49 cents/can. Less than $50.00 got me a 100 cans of tomatoes.
Does Texas Kroger have a online sales paper?

I am so jealous, honestly, you are so lucky man!!!

I hate to say it, but cheat. Get 20 every day, if not more!

I just wonder if their is anyway to get them to honor that sale here in NC?
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I just went to pull the ad up and post a link (Kroger Ad; zip code 75025), but it's not even showing the vegetables at all now. Must be a in store promotion??
I did notice that Progresso Soups are 98 cents/can!! and the ad runs through Feb 8th.
My wife is gonna kick my a$$ if I bring another can of soup in this house!!! Oh well........... what do they say about it being easier to ask for forgivness instead of asking for permission??


Maybe she won't look under the bed..............
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I just went to pull the ad up and post a link (Kroger Ad; zip code 75025), but it's not even showing the vegetables at all now. Must be a in store promotion??
I did notice that Progresso Soups are 98 cents/can!! and the ad runs through Feb 8th.
My wife is gonna kick my a$$ if I bring another can of soup in this house!!! Oh well........... what do they say about it being easier to ask for forgivness instead of asking for permission??


Maybe she won't look under the bed..............
Progresso Soup is epic. I use Mushroom soup with my deer meat. I work it into a thick Rue and add extra mushrooms.

My only fear is that they apart of the progressive movement. (probably stupid of me)


Seriously man, I just posted a thread on those vegetables lasting WAAAAAY past the expiration date. Buy all they got.
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