And, suddenly, fall is here! To some that means football games, apple cider, leaf piles, and such, but to others it means dirt cheap pumpkins. This week’s RVA Deals kicks off the Great Pumpkin Watch, Charlie Brown!
With fall officially beginning tonight at 11:09pm, it’s the perfect time to start a pumpkin price watch. Each week til Halloween I’ll highlight where to go for the best deals on medium-sized pumpkins or bigger. It’s still early, so the lowest price I’ve seen so far is $4.50 at Walmart.
Where is your favorite place around Richmond to find good pumpkin deals?
Meat Top Pick
Kroger chunk light tuna, 5-oz can $.38 at Kroger
Veggie Top Pick
Bird’s Eye frozen Steamfresh vegetables $.69 at MARTIN’S
Fruit Top Pick
Del Monte canned fruit (peaches, pears, pineapple, fruit cocktail) $1 at MARTIN’S. Use “$1 off 5” coupon from last Sunday’s RedPlum insert.
Dairy Top Pick
Dannon yogurt cups $.50 at MARTIN’S. Print “$.50 off 6” coupon from Coupons.com. Other Dannon products like Activia, Light & Fit, DanActive and Danimals are $2 each, with printable coupons available as well.
Staples Top Pick
Select varieties Post and General Mills cereal $1.98 at Kroger (Pictured: Honey Nut Cheerios and Fruity Pebbles) “$1 off 2” General Mills cereal printable coupon available on Coupons.com.
Snacks & Sweets Top Pick
Eggo waffles “3 for $4” at MARTIN’S (lesser quantities $2 each)
Beverage Top Pick
“Celebrate the Crush” is going on at Kroger – save 15% when purchasing 6 bottles of wine or more (can mix and match). Discount is regularly 10%
Household Top Pick
Scotchbrite dishwands and refills $1.50 at MARTIN’S. Print a coupon for $1 off 2 from 3M’s website (PDF)
Find more deals by accessing the stores’ weekly ads online:
- Prices valid 9/19-9/25: Kroger, Ukrop’s, Target, Walgreen’s, CVS, MARTIN’S
- Prices valid 9/22-9/28: Tom Leonard’s, Whole Foods, Fresh Market
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