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Saturday Savings – Big Produce Week

There are some great produce deals to be had this week! Check out that table bursting with food… all of that cost me $66.23 but I only paid $46.23 (thanks to a Hen House gift card). What a bargain!

Price Chopper:
Nestle Hot Cocoa Mix – 3 boxes
Best Choice Shredded Cheeses – 6 bags
Red Peppers – 2
Potatoes – 10 pound bag
Hen House:
C&H Brown Sugar – 2 bags
Oroweat Bread – 2 loaves
Snyders Pretzels
Baby Carrots – 5 pound bag
Oranges – 8 pound bag
Green Leaf Lettuce
Town House Crackers
Aldi:
Skim Milk – 1 gallon
2% Milk – 3 gallons 
Butter – 2 boxes
Bananas – 3.8 pounds
Eggs – 2 dozen
Chocolate Chips – 2 bags
Baking Cocoa
HyVee:
Butter – 1 box
Danimals Crush Cups Yogurt
Sugar – 4 pound bag
Tones Vanilla Extract
Tones Coconut Extract
HyVee Plastic Wrap
Reynolds Parchment Paper
Granny Smith Apples – 2.54 pounds
Bartlett Pears – 3.26 pounds
White Bread – 2 loaves
The Deals: I love how much produce I was able to snag this week! Hen House has 8 pound bags of Oranges for $2.99 (67% off) and 5 pound bags of baby carrots for $4.69 (33% off). Price Chopper has 10 pound bags of potatoes for $1.49 (63% off). HyVee has Granny Smith apples for .69 a pound and pears for .88 a pound!
Other notable deals included bags of shredded cheese for .99 each at Price Chopper, Danimals yogurt for $1 at HyVee, Sugar for .99 at HyVee and butter for .99 at HyVee. Speaking of baking supplies, Price Chopper also has 5 pound bags of flour on sale for .99 this week – no limit! You better believe I stocked up for my Etsy Business (paid seperately which is why you don’t see it on the table). I also snagged the three boxes of cocoa for free thanks to the Price Chopper Kids Club item of the month.
Hen House has a great deal on Oroweat breads right now! If you attended their Holiday Celebration then you already have a .25 off one coupon loaded onto your Hen House card, bringing the price of one loaf down to $1.23. To make the deal even sweeter, there are peelie coupons on many of the loaves for .35 off and Hen House doubles those, bring the price down to .53! I snagged two loaves and if I had a chest freezer I totally would go back for more!
Totals reflected below are prices I would have paid had I not had the $20 Hen House gift card (seeing as this was a gift, not a card I earned by buying products, using rebates, etc.).
Total Before Sales, Tax and Coupons: $116.80
Total After Sales and Coupons: $61.87
A couple of Giveaways!
  • At the Kansas City Mamas blog you have the chance to win a dairy gift pack including a $25 gift card to HyVee! Enter HERE
  • Here at Three Times the Giggles you have the chance to win your choice of items from my new Giggling Sweets Etsy Shop! (Hint, the Whoopie Pies are a very hot item!) Just go HERE to enter!
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