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After looking through the weekly ads, here are this week’s best grocery deals in Utah, June 29-July 5, 2016. Use The Best Weekly Grocery Deals list below to price match at your local Walmart or Target, or you can use the list to see where the best sales are each week and go to one or two stores to grab the deals. If you price match at Target, you’ll need to have the ads with you when you check out.
For those of you who shop at the Tooele Walmart, I spoke with a cashier and a manager and both of them confirmed that the Tooele Walmart will go back to it’s normal price matching, meaning that they will still continue to price match store brand for store brand. Management decided it would be a challenge if they made limitations for some things that they would or wouldn’t price match. If the size and price are in the ad for that week, then the Tooele Walmart will price match it.
The items highlighted in red below are really good deals that you should stock up on. And some products have coupons that you can use to get an even better deal with the sale price or after price matching. If you want to receive the SmartSource (SS), Redplum (RP) and P&G coupons, sign up to get a Sunday newspaper subscription for the Deseret News or Salt Lake Tribune for just $20 for one year (52 weeks)! That comes out to be only $0.38 per paper, which is an awesome deal! Head over here for the details.
If you are new to Saving Cent by Cent, read about how I Buy Groceries on a Budget. And be sure to read these Tips on How to Price Match at Walmart, as well as read about the Walmart Savings Catcher program to save more money. In addition, check out these 10 smartphone apps that will save you money on groceries.
For those of you who aren’t able to use my Best Weekly Grocery Deals list because you live outside of Utah, you’ll want to check out Deals to Meals. It’s a site that helps people all over the country save money on groceries and save time planning and preparing for meals. If you want to try out Deals to Meals, you can sign up for a FREE 2-week trial here, then after that it’s only $4.95 a month. That’s just a little more than $1 a week, which is a great deal, especially with how much time and hundreds of dollars it will save you.
Apples, red – $0.59 lb. (Rancho)
Bell Peppers – Red, Yellow or Orange – $0.88 each (Sprouts)
Blackberries, 5.6-6 oz. – $1.89 each (Rancho) OR $2.00 each (Ridley’s)
Blueberries, 6 oz. – $0.88 each (Sprouts) OR $1.25 each (Smith’s)
Blueberries, 11 oz. – $1.67 each (Reams)
Cabbage, green – $0.34 lb. (Rancho)
Cantaloupe – $0.29 lb. (Smith’s) OR $0.38 lb. (Ridley’s)
Carrots, baby 2 lbs. – $1.99 each (Maceys)
Cherries, sweet red – $1.87 lb. (Ridley’s) OR $1.88 lb. (Sprouts & Reams) OR $1.99 lb. (Maceys)
Cilantro – 0.25 each (Rancho – July 1, 2 & 3)
Corn on the Cob – $0.16 each (Ridley’s – When you purchase 12 – Limit 12) OR $0.25 each (Rancho)
Grapes, red – $0.99 lb. (Rancho)
Green Onions – $0.25 each (Rancho – July 1, 2 & 3)
Jalapeno Peppers – $0.50 lb. (Rancho – July 1, 2 & 3)