Groceries are one of the biggest monthly expenditures for everyone. That’s why bargain hunters are always on the lookout for any way to save money at the checkout lane, whether it’s from weekly sales, coupons or promos. And we’re making it more convenient and easier by offering a “one-stop shop” round-up of the best weekly deals at popular grocery stores in Denver.
Before you go grocery shopping, note the following bargain hunter tips:
Loyalty Clubs — Most (if not, all) sales and deals require customers to be a member of the store’s loyalty club. You can sign-up online or at the customer service counter.
Sale Limits — Many sales have a limit to the number of items you can purchase at the discounted price. Be sure to review and adhere to any stated limits. If you purchase more, expect to full price for the additional items.
Use Coupons — When possible, use manufacturer or store coupons for maximum savings. At most stores, coupons can be stacked on top of sale prices. However, be aware of each store’s coupon policy, as many have limits and restrictions.
Check Clearance — Always shop your grocery store’s clearance items. Most stores have a section solely devoted to marked down items or manager’s specials. Find it at your store and check it every time you shop. You can often find items marked at 75% off or more. The items change often, based on expiration dates, damaged packaging and discontinued items.
Get a Receipt — Always get a receipt. If you have a problem with a product or experience a price discrepancy, you will need a receipt for an easier resolution. Bargain hunters always review their receipt to ensure they have properly received the correct sale prices or discounts.
Rain Checks — If a sale item is out of stock, ask for a rain check. Rain check policies vary by store. In addition, many stores do not offer rain checks on digital deals, so it’s wise to shop early.
The following sale prices are valid for Wednesday, May 11 to Tuesday, May 17.
For a full review of all the items on sale, check out King Soopers’ weekly ad.
Weekly Digital Deals
Every week, King Soopers offers significant savings on a wide variety of popular items — usually more than 50% off.
Customers must download the digital coupons to their account. Find the savings under “Digital Coupons”. Then, under “Special Savings”, check the box “Weekly Digital Deals.”
Each digital coupon can be used up to 5x in a single transaction.
The sale prices are available on select varieties, while supplies last. No rain checks issued.
Here are this week’s digital deals:
Dot’s Homestyle pretzels or cheese curls (10- to 16-oz.) for $3.77
Sargento natural shredded cheese (16-oz.) for $4.97
SeaPak popcorn shrimp, jumbo butterfly shrimp, southern-style shrimp or shrimp scampi (9- to 18-oz.) for $4.97
St. Pierre Brioche burger buns with sesame seeds (8.8-oz.) for $2.97
Breyers ice cream (48-oz.), Klondike Bars (6-ct.) or Magnum non-dairy (3-ct.) for $2.47
Mountain Dew Thrashed Apple soft drink (12-pack, 12-oz. cans) for $2.77
Sargento family size natural cheese slices (24-ct.) for $4.97
Tomatoes on the vine for 87¢ per pound
Blueberries (18-oz.) for $2.97
Tillamook salted or unsalted butter (1-lb.) for $2.47
Bubly sparkling water (8-pack, 12-oz. cans) for $2.77
Impossible plant-based chicken nuggets, meatballs or sausage patties (12.8- to 14-oz.) for $4.97
Nathan’s beef franks (12-oz.) for $3.47
St. Louis-style pork spare rib for $2.97 per pound
Tide Liquid laundry detergent (154-oz.), Tide Pods (61- to 81-ct.), Tide Power Pods (48-ct.) or Gain Flings (81-ct.) for $18.47
Bic Flex or Soleil razors (2- to 6-ct.) for $2.97
Maybelline mascara (1 ct.) for $4.97
Kroger Sport sunscreen spray (2-pack) for $7.97
Note: Natural Grocers does not offer a weekly ad. Instead, the regional grocery chain runs sales during select time periods, as well as monthly specials.
For a full review of items currently on sale, check out Natural Grocers’ site — look under “Deals” at the top of the page.
For a full review of all the items on sale, check out Safeway’s weekly ad.
Best Digital Deals of the Week
Customers must download the digital coupons to their account. Find the coupons under the main category “Deals.” Then, under sub-category “Categories” and, finally, under “Best Deals of the Week.”
Here’s what’s on sale this week:
Large raw shrimp (31- to 40-ct.) for $5.77 per pound (sold in 2-lb. bag for $11.54) — limit 2 bags
Value Corner white gallon milk (whole, 1%, 2% or fat-free) for $1.77 — limit 2 total
Kellogg’s Pop•Tarts (8-ct.) or Nutri-Grain bars (5- to 12-ct.) for 97¢ — limit 2 total
Extreme Value Deal of the Week
Every week, Safeway offers most of the ingredients for a quick meal or snack at an extremely low-price — usually $5. The collective savings are typically around 60% or more.
Customers must download the digital coupon to their account. Find the coupon under the main category “Events.” Then, under the sub-category of “Extreme Value Deal”.
You must purchase all of the items in a single transaction.
This week’s deal includes the following items for $5:
Given Safeway has not offered an Extreme Value Deal for several weeks now, the offer may have ended permanently. If we get any confirmation, we will update the post accordingly.
The total cost for all the products (at the sale price) is $, so, with the digital coupon, it’s an additional savings of $.
Sprouts Farmers Market
For a full review of all the items on sale, check out Sprouts Farmers Market’s weekly ad. You can also view the weekly ad by text — just text WEEKLYAD to 777-688
Taylor Farms chopped salad kit (8.85- to 13.2-oz.) for $3.34
On-the-vine cluster tomatoes for 98¢ per pound
Organic strawberries (1-lb. package) for $3.99
Organic Mighties kiwifruit (1-lb. package) for $3.99
Maradol papaya for 98¢ per pound
Jack & Annie’s plant-based frozen meat alternative or Performance Kitchen plant-based frozen bowl (7.8- to 10.6-oz.) for $3.50
Alden’s Organic frozen novelties (9- to 14-oz.) for $4.99
Garden of Eatin’ corn tortilla chips (16-oz.) for $3.50
Sprouts air-chilled organic whole chicken for $2.99 per pound
Sprouts organic bulk coffee for $8.99 per pound
Califia Farms almondmilk or oatmilk (48-oz.) for $3.50
All-natural boneless beef rump roast for $4.99 per pound
Sweet corn (4-pack) for $3.99
Note: Target’s weekly sales run from Sunday to Saturday. Plus, not all locations carry a full selection of fresh groceries, so check first before making your shopping list.
For a full review of items on sale, check out Target’s weekly ad.
Whole Foods Market
Note: Amazon Prime members receive an additional 10% off on sale prices.
Air-chilled bone-in split chicken breast for $3.49 per pound
Organic strawberries (16-oz.) for $3.99
Peet’s Coffee and Tea packaged ground or whole bean (10- to 12-oz.) or K-Cups (10-ct.) for $9.99
Yellow mango for $1.25
Organic baby broccoli for $3
Organic raspberries (6-oz.) for $3.50
From The Ground Up crackers, pretzels, stalks or chips (3.5- to 4.5-oz.) for $3.50
Organic Fuji apples for $2.49 per pound
Theo Chocolate chocolate bar (3-oz.) for $3
Made-in-house pork sausage for $4.99 per pound
Whole Bouquet for $9.99 — reg. $15.99
Cut cantaloupe is 20% off
80% lean ground beef for $4.49 per pound
For a review of all the items on sale, check out Whole Food Market’s weekly sales flyer.
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