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The Best Weekly Grocery Deals

UPDATE: To make it easier to find this post with the links to the grocery store sales ads, I’ve placed a graphic link on my sidebar (see the example below) so you can click on it and come directly to this post, rather than having to scroll through multiple posts to find it.

Grocery Store Sales Ads

For the past four years, I’ve been doing the best weekly grocery deals on my site. And every week, it takes 6-10 hours to put the grocery deals list together. There has only been a handful of times that I haven’t posted the grocery deals list over the past four years. This site has been a hobby for me. I make very little money from my website, and with the little money I do make, it goes back in to keeping the website running. I’ve been doing this grocery deals list because I know it helps many of you save money on your grocery budget.

However, one of my goals this year is to simplify because during this past year, I’ve felt spread too thin. I’ve been trying to be the best mom, wife and blogger, keep my house clean, prepare healthy meals for my family, and serve in my church calling. But I just can’t do it all, and I’ve decided that I have to let go of some things and simplify areas in my life.

I know this will be a HUGE disappointment to many of you and I appreciate all of you who let me know that you LOVE the grocery deals list, but I’ve decided that. . .

I will no longer be posting the weekly grocery deals on my site.

There will be times when I want to share some awesome grocery deals with you, so be sure to click here to subscribe to my email list because I will email you if there are deals I think you should know about.

Now, this doesn’t mean that I am going away. I am still planning to post money-saving tips and frugal ideas on my website. I have already prepared some quality posts that I’ll be sharing with you each week. I really hope that you’ll continue to visit my site. Be sure to sign up for my email list here, so you don’t miss any of these posts.

Since I don’t want to leave you completely hanging, I’m providing you with the tools needed below to find these amazing grocery deals each week.

 

DEALS TO MEALS

Deals to Meals Logo

If you are REALLY disappointed with this announcement that I’m not longer doing the grocery deals list, I recommend you try out Deals to Meals, 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. Paying for Deals to Meals to do the work for you will really save you hours of your time each week. And your time is valuable, so you might want to seriously look into paying for this service.

 

WEEKLY ADS

Look through all of the weekly ads. If you don’t have much time, just glance at the first and last page of the weekly ads. That’s where they usually place the best deals.  Here are the links to the weekly ads.

 

 

GROCERYSMARTS & COUPONSgrocery smarts logo

 

Also look at GrocerySmarts to make sure you don’t miss any really good deals. Plus, GrocerySmarts will show you which coupons to use with the sale to get the best deal. However, GrocerySmarts doesn’t have all of the stores listed that I’ve shown on my weekly grocery deals list, so you’ll want to check the weekly ads I listed above.

Here are the coupon sites I use to find coupons to go along with sales:

 

 

Newspaper Subscription $20 for a Year

For those of you who want a Sunday newspaper so you can get the coupons that come with it, you can 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! This is such an awesome deal!

 

MEAL PLANNING

I can’t stress enough how important meal planning is to help you save money on groceries and to also take a shopping list with you and stick with the shopping list. For those of you who struggle to meal plan before you grocery shop or for you busy moms, the Six Sisters’ Stuff Menu Plan will help you out with dinner each night and save you money because you’ll have a plan of what you need to purchase before you go grocery shopping.

 

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Six Sisters’ Stuff has three different menu plans to choose from:

  • Menu Plan Membership – Serves 6-8
  • Smaller Family Menu Plan – Serves 2-4
  • Gluten-Free Menu Plan – Serves 4-6

With all three of the menu plan options, you’ll receive a week’s worth of meals at a glance, which includes 6 main dish recipes, 2 side dish recipes and 2 dessert recipes. And in addition to getting a menu plan, you’ll also receive a detailed shopping list of what to buy each week. Use my Best Weekly Grocery Deals list to know if any ingredients from your shopping list are on sale that week.

A whole year of menu plans from Six Sisters’ Stuff is just $36. That turns out to be only $3.00 per month! If you would rather, you could choose the monthly payment option of $5.00 a month. Six Sisters’ Stuff has so many family-friendly meals, that the $36 for the year will be worth it. Head over here to get more details or to sign up. Planning out your meals and shopping the sales will save you hundreds of dollars on your groceries each month!

 

WALMART TIPS

Be sure to read about how I Buy Groceries on a Budget, Tips on How to Price Match at Walmart, as well as read about the Walmart Savings Catcher program to save more money. And here is Walmart’s ad match policy.

 

APPS

Grocery Apps that will save you money

And be sure to check out these 10 smartphone apps that will save you money on groceries.

 

Thank you to all of you who regularly visit my site. I hope you will continue to visit often to see what money-saving tips and frugal ideas I have to share with you.

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The Best Weekly Grocery Deals (Oct. 26-Nov. 1)

The Best Weekly Grocery Deals

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After looking through the weekly ads, here are this week’s best grocery deals in Utah, October 26-November 1, 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.

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.

 

PRODUCE
Apples – Honey Crisp, Gala or Fuji – $0.69 lb. (Rancho – Oct. 27, 28 & 29 Only) OR Apples – Red Delicious, large – $0.69 lb. (Reams) OR Apples – Jonathan, Fuji, Gold or Granny Smith – $0.88 lb. (Maceys)

BananasEarn $0.25 from Ibotta on any brand bananas

Bell Peppers, green – $0.39 each (Reams)

Bell Peppers, red – $0.88 each (Ridley’s) OR Bell Peppers – Red, Yellow or Orange – $0.98 each (Sprouts)

Blackberries, 5.6 oz. – $1.67 each (Sprouts)

Broccoli – $0.79 lb. (Rancho)

Cabbage, green – $0.48 lb. (Reams)

Carrots, baby, 1 lb. bag  $0.99 each (Fresh Market)
Plus earn $0.25 from Ibotta on any brand fresh carrots

Cauliflower – $0.99 each head (Rancho) OR $0.98 lb. (Smith’s)

Celery – $0.50 each (Sprouts)

Cilantro – $0.25 each (Rancho – Oct. 27, 28 & 29 Only)

Cranberries, fresh 12 oz. bag – $2.50 each (Ridley’s)

Cucumbers – $0.50 each (Sprouts)

Grapes, red globe – $0.79 lb. (Rancho) OR Grapes, red seedless – $0.98 lb. (Smith’s)

Green Onions – $0.25 each (Rancho – Oct. 27, 28 & 29 Only)

Limes – $0.12 each (Reams)

Mangoes – $0.98 each (Sprouts)

Onions, white – $0.25 lb. (Rancho)
Plus earn $0.25 from Ibotta on any brand onions

Oranges – $0.69 lb. (Sprouts)

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The Best Weekly Grocery Deals (Oct. 19-25)

The Best Weekly Grocery Deals

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I’ve spent a lot of time this past week writing and taking video of my How to Vacation at Disneyland on a Budget post, so I haven’t had as much time this week to compile a comprehensive list of groceries. If you see a sale item, please feel free to comment below to share it with everyone.

Ridley’s is having a candy sale through October 24, 2016. Head over here to see the candy deals.

Fresh Market will continue its case lot sale through October 24, 2016. Head over here to see the case lot deals.

After looking through the weekly ads, here are this week’s best grocery deals in Utah, October 19-25, 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.

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.

 

PRODUCE
Apples – Gala, Red or Fuji – $0.50 lb. (Rancho) OR Apples – Fuji, Granny Smith or Gala – $0.68 lb. (Sprouts) OR Apples – Jonathan – $0.69 lb. (Reams)

Asparagus – $1.98 lb. (Smith’s & Sprouts)

Bananas – $0.34 lb. (Rancho – Oct. 18, 19 & 20 Only)

Blackberries, 6 oz. – $1.50 each (Smith’s)

Broccoli – $0.98 lb. (Sprouts)

Carrots, baby peeled 1 lb. bag – $0.98 each (Sprouts) OR $0.99 each (Maceys)

Cauliflower – $0.98 lb. (Sprouts)

Cilantro – $0.34 each (Sprouts)

Cucumbers – $0.50 each (Reams)

Grapes – Red, Green or Globe – $0.89 lb. (Rancho)

Green Onions – $0.34 each (Rancho)

Jalapeno Peppers – $0.34 lb. (Rancho)

Kale – $0.98 each (Sprouts) OR $0.99 each (Maceys)

Lettuce – Iceberg, Romaine, Green or Red Leaf – $0.50 each (Rancho – Oct. 21, 22 & 23 Only) OR Lettuce, Iceberg – $0.98 each (Ridley’s)

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The Best Weekly Grocery Deals (Oct. 12-18)

The Best Weekly Grocery Deals

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Ridley’s and Fresh Market’s case lot sales will continue through October 17, 2016. I didn’t have time to go through all of the case lot deals, so be sure to head over here to see Ridley’s case lot sale and head over here to see Fresh Market’s case lot sale. And if you didn’t have a chance to watch my Maceys Case Lot Shopping Video, head over here.

After looking through the weekly ads, here are this week’s best grocery deals in Utah, October 12-18, 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.

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.

 

PRODUCE
Apples – Gala, Fuji or Red – $0.50 lb. (Rancho – Oct. 14, 15 & 16 Only) OR Apples – Gala or Jonagold – $0.78 lb. (Ridley’s) OR Apples – Golden Delicious or Red – $0.88 lb. (Sprouts) OR Apples, Gala or Jonagold – $0.88 lb. (Maceys) Apples – Gala, Granny Smith or Fuji – $0.88 lb. (Smith’s) OR Apples – Honeycrisp – $0.99 lb. (Reams)

Apples – Gala, 5 lb bag – $3.99 each (Smith’s)

BananasEarn $0.25 from Ibotta on any brand bananas

Bell Peppers, Red or Green – $0.79 each (Maceys & Fresh Market) OR Bell Peppers – Red, Yellow or Orange – $0.98 each (Sprouts)

Blackberries, 5.6 oz. – $1.50 each (Sprouts)

Broccoli – $0.78 lb. (Ridley’s) OR $0.89 lb. (Reams)

Cantaloupe – $0.25 lb. (Rancho) OR Cantaloupe, Jumbo – $0.98 each (Sprouts)

Carrots, Baby 1 lb. bag – $0.98 each (Reams) OR $0.99 each (Maceys & Fresh Market)

CarrotsEarn $0.25 from Ibotta on any brand fresh carrots

Celery – $0.88 each (Reams) OR $0.99 each (Maceys)

Cilantro – $0.25 each (Rancho) OR $0.39 each (Reams)

Corn on the Cob – $0.34 each (Reams)

Grapes – Red, Green or Black, seedless – $0.98 lb. (Sprouts) OR Grapes, red or green – $1.19 lb. (Rancho)

Kale – $0.98 each (Sprouts)

Lettuce, Iceberg – $0.69 each (Rancho) OR $0.88 each (Reams)

Lettuce – Red or Green Leaf – $0.69 each (Sprouts)

Lettuce – Dole Salad Blends, 8-12 oz. – $1.39 each (Reams)

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The Best Weekly Grocery Deals (Oct. 5-11)

The Best Weekly Grocery Deals

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The baking sales have begun! And this week Maceys has a lot of great deals on baking items that you would use during the holidays. The deals are listed below.

This week, Ridley’s has its case lot sale through October 10, 2016 and Fresh Market has its case lot sale through October 17, 2016. I don’t have time this week to go through all of the case lot deals, so be sure to head over here to see Ridley’s case lot sale and head over here to see Fresh Market’s case lot sale. And if you didn’t have a chance to watch my Maceys Case Lot Shopping Video, head over here.

After looking through the weekly ads, here are this week’s best grocery deals in Utah, October 5-11, 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.

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.

 

PRODUCE
Apples – Red, Fuji or Gala – $0.89 lb. (Rancho) OR Apples – Gala, organic – $0.98 lb. (Smith’s)

Apples – Gala, 5 lbs. – $3.99 each (Smith’s)

Asparagus – $1.98 lb. (Sprouts)

Bananas – $0.50 lb. (Rancho – Oct. 7, 8 & 9 Only)

Bell Peppers, green – $0.89 each (Rancho)

Bell Peppers – Red, Orange or Yellow – $0.98 each (Smith’s)

Cantaloupe – $0.34 lb. (Rancho – Oct. 7, 8 & 9 Only)

Carrots, baby 1 lb. bag – $0.98 each (Sprouts)

Cauliflower – $0.88 lb. (Sprouts)

Celery – $0.25 each (Rancho – Oct. 4, 5 & 6 Only) OR $0.88 each (Sprouts)

Cilantro – $0.34 each (Sprouts)

Grapes, green seedless – $0.88 lb. (Sprouts) OR Grapes, globe – $0.89 lb. (Rancho) Grapes, red – $1.29 lb. (Maceys)

Green Onions – $0.34 each (Sprouts)

Honeydew – $0.34 lb. (Rancho – Oct. 7, 8 & 9 Only)

Kale, organic – $1.00 each (Harmons)

Lettuce, Iceberg – $0.79 each (Rancho) OR $0.99 each (Reams)

Lettuce – Red, Green or Romaine – $0.98 each (Ridley’s)

Limes – $0.14 each (Reams) OR $0.17 each (Sprouts)

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Here’s the Scoop about Walmart Ending Price Matching

June 18, 2016 UPDATE: For those of you who shop at the Tooele Walmart, I spoke with a cashier and manager on Saturday and they both 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 make limitations for some things that they would or wouldn’t price match. If the size and price are in the ad, then the Tooele Walmart will price match it. I am glad that they are going back to the normal price matching.

If you haven’t heard, Walmart is ending it’s price matching at more than 500 stores beginning June 9, 2016. Head over here to this post where I give all of the details. I also made a video about it and have the scoop about what’s happening at the Tooele Walmart near me. Head over here to see the video on my YouTube channel.

Because this Walmart price matching change will affect many people, I didn’t post this week’s Grocery Deals to Price Match list. I want to hear from you if this price matching change affects you, if you will still be able to use my Grocery Deals to Price Match list, or if you can no longer use the list. Please comment below and let me know.  All of your comments and feedback will help me determine whether or not my weekly price match list will be of use to you and if I should continue it.

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Walmart Ending Price Matching at 500 Stores (Starting June 9th)

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UPDATE: See my video here about Walmart ending price matching.

I heard that my Walmart in Tooele was ending price matching, then a few days later I heard that all of the signs were taken down and that they will continue to price match. Since I wasn’t sure what was happening, I stopped by my Walmart this week to talk with a manager and find out what was happening.

The manager at Tooele said that they will continue to price match, but there will be some changes. The biggest change is that they will no longer price match store brand for store brand. For example, you no longer can price match the Western Family brand for Walmart’s Great Value brand. The Tooele Walmart WILL continue to price match name brand products. So if you purchase Kraft, Lays, Betty Crocker, etc., as long as it’s the name brand that’s on sale and you get the exact size listed in the ad, then you will still be able to price match it.

Also, the manager at Walmart mentioned that they WILL continue to price match produce. I’m happy about that because that saves me a lot of money. However, she didn’t know yet if they would be price matching meats, unless it was a name brand meat such as Angus that was on sale at another store. I’ll keep you updated if I hear more.

The manager also recommended that you have the ads with you to be ready to show the cashiers, even though it says that ads aren’t required to price match. With these changes, your checkout experience will run more smoothly if you have the ads on hand.

Anybody else have a nearby Walmart that is ending price matching?

 

Beginning June 9, 2016, Walmart will be ending price matching at more than 500 stores, and instead, it will be implementing long-term price rollbacks on thousands of items. For more information, read this article published by Business Insider. Walmart isn’t releasing the which stores will be affected by this change. You’ll know if the change is at a Walmart near you when you go to Walmart and there are signs at the registers notifying you of the change.

Walmart is hoping that more customers will be encouraged to use the Walmart Savings Catcher App, a tool that scans your Walmart receipts and compares the prices you paid at Walmart to the prices advertised for the same items elsewhere in your area. If the app finds a lower advertised price, Walmart will issue a gift card in the amount of the difference.

If you find out your local Walmart will no longer price match, please leave a comment below with which city or state you are in or send an email to savingcentbycent@gmail.com. I’d like to know which of you my readers this affects.

What are your thoughts on this policy change?

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Walmart Black Friday Deals: iPad mini, Frozen Dolls & More

Walmart Black Friday 2015

Here are a few of Walmart’s Black Friday deals. Order them online and get free shipping with a $50 or more purchase or choose to pick it up at the store to save on shipping. Here are a few deals:

Walmart - ipad miniApple iPad mini 2 16GB WiFi – $199 (regularly $269)

Walmart - xbox

Xbox One White 500GB Gears of War Special Edition Console Bundle – $299 (regularly $349.00)

Walmart - samsung tv

Samsung UN55JU6400FXZA 55″ 4K Ultra HD 60Hz LED HDTV – $797.00 (regularly 1,199.99)

walmart - frozen singing sisters

Frozen Singing Sisters Elsa and Anna Dolls (Exclusive) – $48.88 (regularly $59)

Walmart - kids pajamas

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Grocery Deals to Price Match (Oct. 28 – Nov. 3)

Grocery Deals to Price Match

After looking through the weekly ads, here are this week’s best grocery deals in Utah, October 28-November 3, 2015, that you’ll want to price match at Walmart, Target, or another store that prices matches in your area. If you do price match at Target, you’ll need to take the ads with you to show them.

The items highlighted in red 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 after price matching. Walmart has updated it’s ad match policy. Click here to read about one of the changes that might affect this Grocery Deals list.

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.

Newspaper Subscription $20 for a Year
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.

PRODUCE
Apples – $0.69 lb. (Reams) OR Apples – Braeburn, Rome or Golden – $0.69 lb. (Rancho) OR Apples -Fuji, Granny Smith, Red or Golden Delicious – $0.79 lb. (Maceys & Fresh Market) OR Apples – Gala, Granny Smith, Red or Golden Delicious – $0.99 lb. (Smith’s)

Avocados, large – $0.50 each (Rancho – Oct. 30, 31 & Nov. 1 Only) OR $0.69 each (Reams)

Bananas – $0.25 lb. (Rancho – Oct. 27, 28 & 29 Only) OR $0.50 lb. (Rancho)

Bell Peppers, green – $0.34 each (Sprouts)

Blackberries, 6 oz. – $1.50 each (Smith’s) OR Blackberries, 5.6 oz. – $1.88 each (Sprouts)

Cabbage, green – $0.50 lb. (Rancho)

Carrots, baby 1 lb. bag – $0.75 each (Harmons – When you purchase 2)

Carrots, whole 2 lb. bag – $0.89 each (Reams)

Carrots, mini 2 lb. bag – $1.99 each (Smith’s)

Cilantro – $0.25 each (Rancho – Oct. 30, 31 & Nov. 1 Only) OR $0.34 each (Sprouts)

Cranberries, 12 oz – $2.29 each (Reams)

Cucumbers – $0.29 each (Reams)

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Grocery Deals to Price Match (Oct. 21-27)

Grocery Deals to Price Match

After looking through the weekly ads, here are this week’s best grocery deals in Utah, October 21-27, 2015, that you’ll want to price match at Walmart, Target, or another store that prices matches in your area. If you do price match at Target, you’ll need to take the ads with you to show them.

The items highlighted in red 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 after price matching. Walmart has updated it’s ad match policy. Click here to read about one of the changes that might affect this Grocery Deals list.

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.

Newspaper Subscription $20 for a Year
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.

PRODUCE
Apples, red delicious – $0.33 lb. (Reams) OR Apples – Red, Gala or Fuji – $0.69 lb. (Rancho) OR Apples – Red or Golden Delicious, Cameo or Braeburn – $0.99 lb. (Maceys) OR Apples – Gala, Granny Smith, Red or Golden Delicious – $0.99 lb. (Smith’s)

Asparagus – $1.48 lb. (Sprouts)

Avocados, jumbo – $0.98 each (Sprouts) OR $1.00 each (Smith’s)

Bananas – $0.50 lb. (Rancho)

Bell Peppers, red – $0.79 each (Reams) OR $0.98 each (Smith’s & Sprouts)

Bell Peppers, gold – $0.79 each (Reams)

Blackberries, 6 oz. – $2.00 each (Albertsons)

Broccoli – $0.99 lb. (Smith’s)

Carrots, whole – $0.50 lb. (Rancho)

Carrots, mini 1 lb. bag – $0.99 each (Maceys)

Cauliflower – $0.98 lb. (Sprouts)

Celery – $0.48 each (Sprouts)

Cilantro – $0.34 each (Sprouts OR Rancho – Oct. 23, 24 & 25 Only)

Cucumbers – $0.48 each (Sprouts)

Grapes, red globe – $0.89 lb. (Rancho – Oct. 20, 21 & 22 Only) OR Grapes – red, green or black – $1.28 lb. (Smith’s)

Green Onions – $0.34 each (Sprouts)

Kale, organic – $0.98 each (Sprouts) OR $0.99 each (Smith’s)

Lettuce – Save 20% on lettuce from SavingStar

Limes – $0.16 each (Harmons)

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