RVA Deals

It’s Wednesday! Time to save some bucks! Find out about the latest promotion going on at MARTIN’S and get details on where you can get ice cream, soda, yogurt, and fresh fruits and veggies on the cheap, cheap, cheap…

MARTIN’S is running an “Extra Rewards” promotion now through October 9: For every $300 you spend on groceries, you’ll receive a certificate for 5% off a future purchase. Up to two Extra Rewards certificates can be redeemed in a single transaction, for a potential 10% off a MARTIN’S grocery purchase. MARTIN’S shoppers will continue to accumulate fuelperks points on purchases as well.

Meat Top Pick

Boneless pork loin (half loin) $1.99/lb at Kroger

Veggie Top Pick

Locally-grown, organic zucchini $.99/lb at Whole Foods

Fruit Top Pick

Organic and non-organic peaches $.99/lb at Kroger

Dairy Top Pick

Dannon Yogurt — selected 4-6pk & 32oz — $1.88 at Kroger. There were coupons for several Dannon yogurts in the 8/15 SmartSource insert

Staples Top Pick

Ken’s salad dressings $1.67 at MARTIN’S. Use “$1 off 2” coupon from 8/15 SmartSource. Kroger brand salad dressings are on sale for $1 each.

Snacks & Sweets Top Pick

Turkey Hill ice cream $2 at MARTIN’S

Beverage Top Pick

Pepsi 2-L $1 at Kroger and MARTIN’S

Household Top Pick

FREE 2oz CareOne hand sanitizer at MARTIN’S with coupon from circular and a minimum $15 purchase. Value $.98-$1.12

Find more deals by accessing the stores’ weekly ads online:

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  1. Kelly on said:

    I’m excited about the Martin’s promotion (because I’m old/boring/love groceries). I hope they never stop trying to win us over.

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