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On Sale This Week: Ground Beef
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26 October 2017  

Ground beef is on sale, and what better way to take advantage of that than with a delicious bowl of chili?

Well, it’s close to the end of October, but we don’t want to close out the month before celebrating. Yes, friends, October is known as National Chili Month, National Dessert Month and National Pasta Month. Look for some video recipes below. 

Don’t forget, next week on November 1, 2017, is Senior Discount Day at Safeway and Fry’s. All customers 55 years and older get a 10% discount on their whole order. Once the computer knows you are over 55 it will automatically give you the discount. It doesn’t matter how much or how little you buy! Sprouts doesn’t participate in this promotion, but you do get the advertised prices from both last week’s and this week’s ad.

As always, prices listed are for the Prescott area. Safeway and Fry's will require at least a Club Membership card. Some may require digital coupons as well. We try to indicate all restrictions, special conditions etc. Sprouts does not require any cards and does not have any special savings days. Every week Sprouts has double ad Wednesday, when you get last week’s and this week’s ad prices. All three stores have digital savings available to those with appropriate accounts. 

Go to their web pages for details and directions. Fry’s at least will give you the advertised digital price if you state you do not have the necessary technology. Safeway sometimes has coupons which you can access digitally or clip out of the ad.

Items in italics are available in multiple stores. 
Some limits may apply
SV = Selected Varieties

Frys

Weekly Ad

Meat

$5.77 lb. Ribeye steaks
Buy 1/Get 2 Free Pork Back Ribs
Buy 1/Get 1 Free, Turkey Breast, frozen

$2.99 lb. Ground beef, 80% lean
25% off shrimp
$2.49 lb. Pork chops, assorted

Produce

$.97 lb. Honeycrisp apples

$.77 Blackberries
$1.99 Moon Drop grapes
$.99 red, yellow or orange bell peppers
2/$3 avocados
$.99 lb acorn, butternut or spaghetti squash
$2.99 grape tomatoes, organic 10 oz/pint

Other Good Deals

$5.99 Deli Pizza (Kroger)
$3.99 Pumpkin Pie
3/$5 Kroger Cheese SV
$.88 dozen eggs
2/$5 Stonefire Naan 
$1.44 ea. Lay’s Family Size Potato Chips
4/$8 Post Cereals Buy 4, get free gallon milk
$.69 Coca Cola, Pepsi or 7Up 2 liter bottles
10/$10 Lunchables

Buy 1/Get 1 Free (everything below is Buy 1/Get 1 Free)

Dreyer’s Ice Cream, Outshine
Pretzel Crisps
Simple Truth Low Cow Lite Ice Cream
Pepsi or 7UP 16.9 fl. oz bottles
Keebler Town House or Clubs Crackers
English Muffins
Hefty Slider Bags
Welch’s 100% Juice
Oscar Mayer Wieners

2/$10 (everything below is 2/$10)

Tide Liquid Laundry Soap, 62-77 fl. Oz
Downy Fabric Softener 46-50 fl. Oz
Cascade Action packs
Dawn Dish Detergent
Tide Pods
Gain Flings
Count Towels 6 rolls
Charmin Bathroom Tissue 6 Big or 8 Large rolls
Crest Complete toothpaste
Head & Shoulders Shampoo or Condition
Swiffer Wet Jet Solutions

Safeway

Weekly Ad

Meat

$1.57 lb. Chicken Breasts, b/s
$2.47 lb. Ground beef, 80% lean

$2.77 lb. Chuck Roast (bone-in)
$2.77 lb. London Broil
$6.99 lb. Salmon, fresh Atlantic fillet
$1.99 Pork Loin Chops 
$5 Ground beef 73%, 3 lb. Chub

Produce

$.75 lb. Grapes, red or green
$.99 lb. apples, Gala, Fuji, Granny Smith, Red Delicious
$5 guacamole, fresh made
$.88 lb. Tomatoes on the vine
2/$6 Sweet Strawberries or Blackberries
$1.49 Mini Carrots 
Buy 2, Get 1 Free Watermelon, Cantaloupe, Pineapple or Honeydew Bowls
$1.49 kale, organic

Dairy and Freezer
$.99 eggs, dozen
$5.99 cheese, shredded or chunk
2/$4 Noosa Yoghurt
$1.99 ice cream, Dreyer’s, Nestle, Haagen-Dazs SV

Today (Wednesday) is Greasy Food Day: 

$6.99 Fried Chicken, Baked chicken or Rotisserie Chicken in the Safeway Deli

Or, make your own:

Other Good Deals

$2.49 Nabisco Oreo, Chips Ahoy, Snack Crackers, Ritz SV
10/$10 Bread, buns, Signature Kitchens brand
$1.99 On the Border Tortilla Chips
$3.99 Signature Select Pizza
2/$1 Libby’s canned vegetables
$.77 ea. Dannon Greek Yogurt, including Oikos
$.49 Powerade Sports Drink
$1 Hershey’s King Size 
2/$3 Campbell’s chunky soup
10/$10 American Beauty Pasta
10/$10 Frozen Vegetable, Signature Kitchens
2/$5 Pillsbury Cookie Dough
10/$10 Campbells Chicken Noodle Soup
10/$10 Bumble Bee Tuna
4/$10.88 CocoCola, Pepsi or 7UP products, SV
$1.99 Sugar
$1.99 Flour
$1.99 Chocolate Chips
$2.99 Blue Diamond almonds

$5 Deals (These are good all week)

3/$5 Signature Kitchens Peanut Butter, Grape Jelly, Jam, Preserves
2/$5 Marie Calendars, Healthy Choice meals
5/$5 Signature Kitchens Pasta Sauce
$5 eggs, 5 dozen Large AA eggs
2/$5 Raspberries
4/$5 Avocados
$5 pies SV

Digital Coupons, Just for U (prices shown below are after applying digital coupon)

$.49 ea. Coke, Pepsi or 7UP 2 liter bottles
$.99 ea. Frozen entrees, Stouffers, Red Box, Lean Cuisine, Hot Pockets
$.99 Doritos, Fritos
$1.67 ea. Hershey’s, Mars or Nestle Snack size bags candy 10-12 oz
$2.99 ea. Tide Simply Detergent 40 oz, Bounce Fabric Sheets 80 ct, Cascade Dish Detergent SV
Buy 5/Save $1 each (discounted price below)
$2.49 Signature Select Ice Cream
$1.99 Cheez-It
$3.99 Signature Selcect or O Organics Coffee
$1.99 ea. C&H Brown or Powdered Sugar
$.99 Pillsbury Cake Mix, Frosting, Brownies
$2.49 Quaker Cereals SV
$2.49 Sara Lee Bagels or Oroweat English Muffins
$.99 Lucerne Sour Cream, Cottage, Cream cheese
$.99 Mission Tortilla Soft Taco
$2.49 Red Baron Classic or Singles Pizza
$1.99 Cherubs tomatoes
$.99 Bar S Franks or Oscar Mayer Lunchables

Sprouts

Weekly Ad

Produce

2/$1 Avocados

$.77 lb, beefsteak tomatoes
$.88 lb. red seedless grapes
$.77 lb. Seedless tangerines
$1.98 strawberries, blackberries or raspberries
$2.48 holiday red grapes
2/$4 pineapples
2/$5 sweet mini peppers

Meat

$3.99 lb. ground beef, grass-fed
$1.99 lb. Chicken tenders or thighs
$5.99 lb. EZ Peel Jumbo raw shrimp
$2.99 lb. Ground chicken
$4.99 lb. Lamb shoulder chops

Cheese & Deli

$2.99 lb. Mild cheddar cheese
$3.99 lb. Imported Swiss cheese
2/$6 Lantana Hummus

Dairy & Frozen

$.88 each Chobani yogurt
Shamrock Farms dairy: 40% off
Frozen Pizza, all brands 50% off regular retails
Arctic Zero Frozen Desserts Buy 1/Get 1 Free

Bulk Foods

$6.99 mixed nuts without peanuts
$5.99 roasted, flavored almonds
$4.99 Deluxe or caramel delight trail mix
$1.99 Thompson seedless or jumbo flame raisins
$9.99 Pecan Pieces or Hazelnuts
2/$4 Celestial Seasonings Tea
2/$4 Sprouts Organic Pink Himalyan Salt Kettle Chips
2/$3 Cento Tomatoes
2/$3 Horizon Cheesy Mac

Several vitamins and body care products 25% off

Take time to celebrate National Chili Month:

There’s quite a bit of beef, including ground beef, in the ads this week. So, cook up a pot of chili and enjoy! Friday is also American Beer Day, which might make a nice accompaniment to your chili. 

Thursday: Pumpkin Day, Mincemeat Day

While October is National Dessert Month, Thursday is practically #ThanksgivingDessertTestDay. What I mean by that is Thursday is both Pumpkin Day and Mincemeat Day. Go forth and bake!

I discovered that Mince Pie has some traditions associated with it:

1. Mince pie is a favorite of Father Christmas. Children should leave a plate with pie on it at the foot of the chimney. 

2. Mincemeat must only be stirred clockwise, because if you stir it counter-clockwise, it brings bad luck for the upcoming year. 

3. It’s traditional to make a wish while eating the first piece of mince pie of the season. 

4. Mince pies are supposed to be eaten in silence. 

5. If you eat a piece of mince pie each day for the 12 days of Christmas, you will have good luck for the upcoming year. 

So, with all that said, you’d better get cracking on your mince pie skills. If you want to make ultra-traditional mince pie, check out the 16th-century and the 19th-century recipes for Mince Meat on… Wikipedia?!?? Yep, here: Mincemeat

Nowadays, most people make homemade mincemeat without the meat, and even without the suet. For a modern, sanitized version of Homemade Mincemeat check out this recipe. 

If all that is too much work, go to your local store and buy a jar of mincemeat. It’s pretty easy from there - just make a double pie crust, like the bottom of a pie pan, poke a few holes in the bottom with a fork, add in your mincemeat filling, top with the other half of the pie crust, seal and bake. 

You can also make little mini-pies, which are pretty cute (and would be great for the mincemeat pie every day tradition during the 12 Days of Christmas.)

Let’s change the channel and focus on Pumpkin a bit. Here are 7 Desserts for Pumpkin Lovers (which is also a way to celebrate National Dessert Month, just sayin’.)

 

Enjoy!

 

 

Lynne LaMaster

Lynne LaMaster is the Founder and Editor of the eNewsAZ Network of websites. She asks a lot of questions! In her spare time, she loves photography, cooking and hanging out with her family.