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Other Chicago Grocery Deals This Week

This week since Jewel and Dominick's aren't that compelling, I'm planning to hit another local store. Here are the highlights I see in Chicago stores that are not Jewel or Dominick's. Feel free to chip in with the week's best deals from your neighborhood favorite.

Aldi: 99-cent pineapples, apples at $1.29/3 lb. bag, grapefruit 29 cents each, navel oranges $1.49/4 lb. bag, pears 99 cents for a 28-oz. package (57 cents/lb.).

Pan's, an Oak Park grocery with Centrella products, has Stonyfield Farm Oikos yogurt for $1, which would be free with the $1/1 coupon from the 1/3 SmartSource. (I'm going to try this today but this stores has been very coupon-unfriendly to me in the past so I woudln't be surprised if they refused me the free yogurt.)

Fair Share Super Market, the other Certisaver/Centrella place in town, is advertising Dole 64 oz. OJ for $1.89, cabbage for 29 cents a pound, bananas for 39 cents a pound, broccoli crowns for 79 cents a pound and Campbell's tomato or chicken noodle soup at 49 cents.

Food4Less, a Kroger store, has asparagus for $1.69/lb. Also they should have pouches of Starkist for around $1 which would make them free after this $1/1 coupon (I think that's the FireFox link).

For Ultra deals this week, see Mashup Mom's summary.

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JohnKWilson said:

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My favorite store (in Chicago on Elston across from Target, and in NW Indiana) is Strack and Van Til. Not a great week for them, but they have Yoplait for 34 cents, Bumble Bee tuna 39 cents, and Teresa's frozen pizza (which is very good) for $2.25, and a coupon for 5 lbs of grapefruit free when you buy 2 Ocean Spray juice for $2.59 each, among other deals:
http://www.strackandvantil.com/Shop/WeeklyAd.aspx

Another great small chain in Chicago, Tony's Finer Foods, has an off-week for deals, but it does have Quaker cereal and products for $1.59 (99 cents after a $3/5 manufacturer coupon in ad) and fresh-baked polish bread or french bread for 99 cents.
www.tonysfinerfood.com

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