FOX 4 Cost Cutters: 9/19 Grocery List

Grocery Sales

Buying groceries to feed your family can take a huge chunk of your budget.  There are ways to ease that burden.  Stacking coupons on top of sales at stores will help you stretch your budget.  This is a list of the groceries I’m buying this week.  For a look at the other deals available, click here or here.  Remember, Wal-Mart will price match many items.

Hy-Vee

  • Buy 2 Ore-Ida Potatoes at $2.69 each, get 1 free (in ad coupon needed)  Plus use $1/3 Ore-Ida Product from 8/19 Smart Source,  Final Price — $1.46 each when you buy 3
  • Grimmway Carrots, 2 lb., $0.99 — Buying 1
  • Apples, $0.88/lb. — Buying 2 lbs.
  • Dole Salad Blends or Caeser Kits, $1.66 each (Use $0.75/1 printable)  Buying 2
  • Happy Apple Carmel Apples, $1.00 — Buying 4
  • Spaghetti Squash, $0.99/lb
  • Hy-Vee frozen vegetables, $0.69 — Buying 4

Price Chopper

  • Kellogg’s Special K Bars (Use $1.50/2 Protein Snack Bars from RP 9/16, if included)  Final Price 2/$1.48 — Buying 2
  • Kellogg’s Nutri-Grain Cereal Bars, $1.49 (Use $1/2 Printable)  Final Price, 2/$1.98 — Buying 2
  • Green, Red or Black Seedless Grapes, $1.29/lb — Buying 2 lbs
  • Best Choice Beans or Tomatoes, $0.49 each — Buying 4 of each
  • Prego Sauce, $1.00 (Use $0.40/2 from SS 09/09), Final Price — $0.80 each —  Buying 2

Aldi

  • Broccoli, $0.79 each — Buying 3
  • Baby Carrots, $0.59/bag — Buying 2
  • Yellow Onions, $0.79/3 lb. bag — Buying 2
  • Cauliflower, $0.79 each — Buying 3
  • Red potatoes, $0.79/5 lb. bag — Buying 1

Final Total — $37.54

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