Jun 142012
 

cheap produce

Today was the first day shopping with all three boys after the start of summer vacation , but it went better than I thought it would have. We started out at Walmart, where we loaded our grocery cart with fruit and veggies for some healthy snacks. While I only saved $12, I would only have been able to buy the two watermelons, if I had bought my produce elsewhere. By price matching the best produce deals frrom all of our local grocery stores at Walmart, I freed up $12 in the grocery budget that I could use on an expensive item such as meat.

 

Walmart Price Match Deals:


2 x avocados at $0.98 each = $1.96 – (Walmart Price Match with Bravo @ $0.69 each) = $1.38 ($0.69 each)

$0.69 lbs plum tomatoes at $1.38/lb = $0.95 – (Walmart Price Match with Bravo @ $0.69/lb) = $0.48

2.7 lbs of bananas at $0.59/lb = $1.59 – (Walmart Price Match with Sedanos @ $0.29/lb) = $0.78

4 x cucumbers at $0.78 = $3.12 – (Walmart Price Match with Penn Dutch @ 4 for $1) = $1 ($0.25 each

2 x seedless watermelons $4.98 = $9.96 – (Walmart Price Match with Superior @ 2 for $5) = $5 $2 each)

3 x green peppers at $0.78 = $3.12 (Walmart Price Match with Save A Lot @ 3 for $1) = $1 ($0.33 each)

3 lbs yellow onions at $2.59 – (Walmart Price Match with Presidente @ $0.99 each) = $0.99($0.69 each)
Presidente yellow onions 3 lbs $0.99

Total out of pocket $10.63

Total saved $12.66

 

You can alwyas find my latest Walmart price match deals here.

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