RVA Deals

Ukrop’s finally get its act together with the double coupons, Kroger’s got avocados on the cheap, and Target hooks you up with some great (and healthy-ish) snacks. Come have a look…

After last week’s double coupon debacle, it’s nice to see Ukrop’s keeping it simple this week, offering one coupon in its circular good for for $3 off a $30 purchase, $5 off $50, or $8 off $80. No excuses for not saving a couple bucks!

Meat Top Pick

5 for $25 is back at Ukrop’s – get any 5 Yellow Dot packages of meat for $25. There are at least 16 selections included. If you’re in the market for chicken breasts, the best day to do this deal is Friday, when Ukrop’s One Day Deal is 50% off Perdue boneless chicken breasts. I learned from Ann that this sale may combine with the meat deal to give a double discount!

Veggie Top Pick

Broccoli crowns $.99/lb at Ukrop’s

Fruit Top Pick

Avocados $.68 each at Kroger (or $1 at Whole Foods). Hello guacamole.

Dairy Top Pick

$1 for 1 dozen eggs at Ukrop’s

Staples Top Pick

We’re nearing the end of winter soup deals, so stock up! Campbell’s Select Harvest soups are $1 at Ukrop’s (Combine with 2/7 or 1/3 Smartsource coupons for $.50 off 2. Doubles today only). All varieties of Progresso soups are $1.25 at Kroger (Use “$.50 off 2” coupons from 2/21 or 2/7 Smartsource inserts that double to $1)

Snacks & Sweets Top Pick

We eat a lot of Kashi bars at our house. This week at Target, Kashi snacks are on sale for $2.59, and you get one box free when you buy four. Coupons.com has a printable coupon for $1.50 off 2 Kashi TLC bars, or get $1.50 off one TLC snack or cereal when you register at Kashi.

Beverage Top Pick

Pepsi 2-liters or Lipton Tea 1.5-liters $1 at Ukrop’s

Household Top Pick

Another Target deal: GE Reveal light bulb 4-packs are $2. Print a Coupons.com coupon for $1 off 2 (IE or FF versions), and a Target coupon for $1.50 off 1 (can be combined)

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Alison Brown

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