My two oldest boys are back in school, which means I finally had time to get the grocery price list updated here at Frugality Is Free. Below you can find a September 2012 grocery price list comparison for some of the most popular grocery stores in South Florida, and while the prices in South Florida are usually a bit higher than in the rest of the country, the actually price differences between the stores should be very similar elsewhere.
The prices I have listed are on items that I have found the need to compare prices on such as store brand products, if a coupon is not available. You may be able to find products cheaper than the store brand, when you find a coupon and a sale, and don’t forget that if your Publix accept Target coupons as competitor coupons, you can use Target brand coupons on Publix brand products to get the Publix store brand price down even more.
Also, if you find cheaper prices on produce in other local grocery ads, you can price match at your local Walmart. This is how I get the best deals on produce without having to run all over the place.
Below you can find:
A Publix price list
An Aldi price list
A Target price list
A Winn-Dixie price list &
A Walmart price list
The grocery price lists have been created in a Google document, so you may need to give it a few seconds to load in order to see it. You can also get the direct link here: grocery price list
* items with a star are on sale, and price may change.
** items in bold indicate the lowest price
The grocery price list can be found here.
You can always find the latest grocery price comparison here at Frugality Is Free, or you can click the link in the top navigation bar.