Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Smith's Marketplace on 90th & Redwood is having a RE-Grand Opening Sale. Here's a look at some of the good deals you can find there this week. (Some of these prices are ONLY good at this particular store, so be sure to check your local ad:
  • Extra Lean Ground Beef $1.89/pound
  • Roma Tomatoes $0.88/pound
  • Haas Ripe Avocados 3/$0.99
  • School Boy Apples $0.88/pound
  • Peeled Mini Carrots 16oz $0.89/each
  • Russet Potatoes 10lb bag $1.50
  • Kroger Frozen Orange Juice $0.99/each
  • Country Oven Breads $1.25/each
  • Revlon or Almay Cosmetics Buy One, Get One Free
  • Select Vitamins 50% off
  • Hot/Lean Pockets $1.78/each

If you buy a combination of ten of the following items you will get $5.00 off at the register, making them the unit price listed below. You MUST buy exactly TEN items in one transaction but they can be mix/match. (Check with your store to see how many multiples of ten they allow per transaction.)

  • Mountain Dairy Chocolate Milk Gallon or Kroger Orange Juice Gallon $2.00/each
  • 24 pack Arrowhead Water $2.99/each
  • Sobe Life Water or Propel $0.49/each
  • Kraft Salad Dressing 16oz $1.49/each
  • Dryers Ice Cream or Sara Lee Pies/Bites selected varieties $2.49/each
  • Quaker Quakes Rice Snacks $0.49/each
  • Quaker Chewy Granola Bars or Kellogg's Fruit Snacks $1.49/each
  • Post Cereal selected varieties $1.99/each
  • Nature Valley Granola, Chex or Fiber One Bars $1.99/each
  • Philadelphia Cream Cheese 8oz $0.99/each
  • Keebler Fudge Shoppe Cookies or Zesta Saltines $1.19/each
  • Nabisco or Sunshine Snack Crackers selected varieties $1.99/each
  • Kraft or Sargento Cheese 8oz bars or shredded $1.49/each
  • Tombstone Pizza $2.49/each
  • Goldfish Crackers $0.88/each
  • Kraft Mayonnaise or Miracle Whip $1.99/each
  • Capri Sun or Kool-Aid Jammers $1.29/each
  • 2 liter Pepsi Products $0.50/each, selection varies

(*Disclaimer: I am not responsible for any misprints by the grocery store chains OR by me. Check your mailers to confirm prices, or go here to the Smiths website to look at your local AD's for yourself.)


Rudy Rukus said...

Do you load paperless coupons to your smiths rewards card?? IF so what site do you recommend?

Ruthanne said...

Good sales. Maybe I should get over there before the sales end.

*~Petra~* said...

Brandie, the only ones I load are straight off the Smith's website. (They send me an email when they have some for me.)

I tried one website once ( and I didn't have much luck with it. I think I just prefer to have the coupon in my hand so I KNOW I am getting the savings. :)