Top Ten Valli Produce deals week of 4/15/15 – 4/21/15

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Here are your top ten Valli Produce deals and coupon matchups for the week of 4/15/15 – 4/21/15.

Top Ten Valli Produce Deals

  • Halo mandarins 3 lb bag, $1.99.
  • Spinach, $.49/bunch.
  • Cucumbers or bunch cilantro, 4/$1.00.
  • Boneless skinless chicken breast family pack, $1.68/lb.
  • Essential Everyday 1 lb bacon, $2.49.
  • 6 ct bagels, $.99 limit 2.
  • Cabot shredded or bar cheese, 3/$5.00. Print $1.00/2 here.
  • Family pack semi boneless back removed chicken thighs, $.99/lb.
  • Jonagold apples, $.59/lb. Fuji, $.69/lb.
  • Georgia green or Lacinato kale, $.69/bunch. Organic green, $.99/lb.

Top Anniversary coupon deals — Each of these requires in-ad coupon + additional $25 purchase, and all are limit one.

  • Essential Everyday butter quarters, $1.49.
  • Tropicana OJ, $1.49.
  • Dutch Farms XL dozen eggs, $.49.
  • Prairie Farms 2% gallon milk, $1.49.
  • Tyson rotisserie chicken, $4.99.

Top Ten Valli Produce deals week of 4/8/15 – 4/14/15

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Here are your top ten Valli Produce deals and coupon matchups for the week of 4/8/15 – 4/14/15.

Top Ten Valli Produce Deals

  • 10 lb Idaho potatoes, $1.58.
  • Personal seedless watermelon, $1.98.
  • Fresh pork picnic sold in bag, $.98/lb. Boneless pork sirloin roast, $1.99/lb.
  • Valli’s homemade Italian roast beef, $4.99/lb 3lbs+, free au jus.
  • Essential Everyday mac & cheese, 3/$1.00.
  • Kangaroo pita chips or Oasis hummus, 3/$5.00.
  • Ben & Jerry’s pint or Dean’s 12 pack bars, $1.50.
  • Quart Prairie Farms buttermilk, $.99.
  • Broccoli crowns or large tomatoes, $.79/lb.
  • Cabbage, $.29/lb.
  • More produce: Mexican Hass avocados, $.69 each. Pea pods, $.99/lb. 5 lb Texas Star ruby grapefruit, $1.99. Kiwi, 6/$1.00. Braeburn apples, $.69/lb. 3 ct California organic romaine hearts, $1.99.

Top 72 hour sale deals Fri-Sun only requires additional $25 purchase

  • Dutch Farms bagels or cream cheese, $.68 limit 4 total.
  • Prego sauce, 3/$5.00 limit six. Use $.40/2 in the 3/1 SS.
  • Granoro pasta, $.68 limit 4.
  • Nana’s 12 oz cheese ravioli, 3/$5.00 limit 3.
  • Butternut bread, $.98 limit 3.
  • Dutch Farms dozen jumbo eggs, $.98 limit 3.
  • Bulgarian feta, $1.98/lb limit 4 lbs.

Top Ten Valli Produce deals week of 4/1/15 – 4/7/15

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Here are your top ten Valli Produce deals and coupon matchups for the week of 4/1/15 – 4/7/15.

Top Ten Valli Produce Deals

  • Florida green beans, XL Roma tomatoes, California XL fancy navel oranges, all $.58/lb.
  • Valli’s homemade Italian sausage family pack, $1.98/lb.
  • Imported Pecorino Romano 3 lbs+, $4.98/lb.
  • Land O’ Lakes butter quarters, $2.50. Use the $.50/1 half sticks printable coupon here.
  • Kraft shredded or chunk cheese, $2.00. Use $1.00/2 in the 3/29 SS1. Print $.75/1 Kraft natural cheese — spicy varieties only.
  • 20 oz Dole pineapple, $1.00. $1.00/3 Dole canned fruit here or $.50/2 in the 3/22 SS or 2/1 SS.
  • Dean’s dips, $1.00.
  • 12 oz Starbucks coffee, $5.99. Print $2.00/1 here.
  • Cool Whip, $1.00.
  • Michigan red delicious apples, $.59/lb.
  • Bonus 11: Spinach, $.79/bunch. Baby bok choy, $.79/lb. Romaine, $.79/lb. Organic kale, $.99/bunch. 3 lb organic golden delicious apples, $2.99.

Top 96 hour Easter deals Wed-Sat only with additional $25 purchase

  • Pan-o-Gold brown n serve rolls, $.68 limit 3.
  • Gallon Essential Everyday white vinegar, $1.48 limit 2.
  • Imperial margarine quarters, $.68 limit 3.
  • Lay’s chips, 3/$5.00 limit 6.
  • 2 liter Coke, $.98 limit 4.
  • Essential Everyday 1 lb bacon, $1.98 limit 2.
  • Crystal sugar 4 lbs, $1.48 limit 2.
  • 24 pack Super Chill water, $1.98 limit 2.

Top Ten Valli Produce deals week of 3/25/15 – 3/31/15

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Here are your top ten Valli Produce deals and coupon matchups for the week of 3/25/15 – 3/31/15.

Top Ten Valli Produce Deals

  • Cantaloupes, $.99 each.
  • California cauliflower, $.69/lb.
  • 10 lb Idaho potatoes, $1.69.
  • Bone-in end cut pork chops, $1.49/lb. Center cut rib pork chops, $1.99/lb. Bone-in pork sirloin roast, $1.49/lb.
  • Boneless skinless chicken thighs family pack, $1.49/lb. Chicken leg quarters family pack, $.69/lb.
  • Greenridge Farm premium applewood smoked bacon 1 lb, $2.99.
  • 4 lb Essential Everyday sugar, $1.68 limit 2.
  • 13 oz Nutella, $2.99. Use $2.00/1 in the 2/1 SS (exp. 3/30).
  • Paas Easter egg decorating kit, $.98.
  • Fresh ginger root, $.99/lb.
  • Bonus produce deals: Florida corn, 3/$1.00. Italian kiwi, 5/$1.00. 8 lb California navel oranges, $3.99. 1 lb organic carrots, $.89. Pint grape tomatoes, $.99. Crown broccoli, $.89/lb. Bunch California spinach, $.89.

Top Pre-Easter sale deals — requires additional $25 purchase

  • Yoplait yogurt cups select varieties, $.28 limit six.
  • Prairie Farms 16 oz half & half, $.68 limit 2.
  • 64 oz Silk Soy milk, $1.98 limit 2. Use $.75/1 in the 3/28 RP.
  • Essential Everyday butter quarters, $1.49 with in-ad coupon + additional $25 purchase limit 1.
  • Maxwell House 28.8-39.1 oz coffee select varieties, $5.99 with in-ad coupon + additional $25 purchase limit 1.

Top Ten Valli Produce deals week of 3/18/15 – 3/24/15

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Here are your top ten Valli Produce deals and coupon matchups for the week of 3/18/15 – 3/24/15.

Top Ten Valli Produce Deals

Tuesday is 10% off senior day.

  • 16 oz strawberries, $.99.
  • 6 oz blackberries, $.99.
  • Asparagus, $.99/lb.
  • Chicken drumsticks family pack, $.79/lb.
  • Cento anchovies, $1.00.
  • 32 oz Dean’s half & half, $1.99.
  • 16 oz mini sweet peppers, $1.49.
  • Green kale, $.79 a bunch.
  • Washington XL fuji or golden delicious apples, $.59/lb.
  • 2 ct organic celery hearts, $1.49.

March Madness sale top deals

Friday only with additional $25 purchase. See ad for full list — they’re spread all throughout the ad.

  • 8 oz Daisy sour cream, $.68 limit 3.
  • Essential Everyday 4 lb sugar, $1.68 limit 3.
  • Prairie Farms gallon 2% milk, $1.98 limit 2.
  • Essential Everyday 16 oz bacon, $1.98 limit 2.
  • Village Hearth Italian bread, $.98 limit 3. Print $.55/1 here.
  • Chobani Greek yogurt cups, $.68 limit four.
  • 8″ apple pie, $1.68 limit 2.
  • V8 Splash, $1.68 limit 4. $1.00/2 in the 1/11 SS2.
  • Bulgarian feta, $1.98/lb limit four lbs.
  • Fanta 2 liter, $.68 limit 4.
  • 32 oz Gatorade, $.68 limit 4.
  • Powerade, $.68 limit 6.
  • 4 ct Nestle drumsticks, $1.68.
  • 32 oz International Delight creamer, $1.98.
  • Eckrich smoked sausage, $1.68.
  • Orlando Greco 8 oz Parmesan or romano shaker, $1.68.
  • Essential Everyday Oyster crackers, $.68.
  • Essential Everyday cream cheese, $1.00.
  • Essential Everyday frozen chopped spinach, $.68.
  • Hormel little sizzlers, $.98 limit 4.
  • Sabra hummus, $1.68 limit 4.
  • Kangaroo pita chips, $.98 limit 4.
  • Old Tyme 20 oz pretzels, $.98 limit 4.
  • 3 liter tin Lefas extra virgin olive oil, $13.98.
  • Roland 6.5 oz marinated artichoke hearts, $.68 limit 3.
  • Roland 8 oz water chestnuts, $.68 limit 4.
  • Roland baby corn, $.68 limit 4.
  • Consul 6 oz crabmeat, $1.68 limit 3.
  • Whole Sicilian green olives, $.98/lb.
  • Valli’s homemade red skin herb potato salad, $.98/lb.
  • Bel Gioso 8 oz fresh mozzarella cups, $1.48.
  • Parmigiano Reggiano, $6.98/lb.

Meat spectacular top deals

Friday only.

  • Chicken drumsticks family pack, $.48/lb limit four packs.
  • Pork shoulder butt roast, $1.29/lb limit 2.
  • Butterfly or boneless center cut pork chops family pack, $1.99/lb.
  • Whole boneless pork loin roast, $1.79/lb.
  • 5 lb ground chuck, $2.99/lb.
  • 3 lb Jennie-O ground turkey, $5.99.
  • Wholey 16 oz surimi crab meat flakes, $1.00.

Top Ten Valli Produce deals week of 3/11/15 – 3/17/15

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Here are your top ten Valli Produce deals and coupon matchups for the week of 3/11/15 – 3/17/15.

Top Ten Valli Produce Deals

  • Green cabbage, $.10/lb.
  • 5 lb USA red potatoes, $.99.
  • Valli’s homemade Italian sausage family pack, $1.98/lb.
  • Frozen wild caught sockeye salmon fillet portions, $4.88/lb.
  • Essential Everyday butter quarters, $2.25.
  • Minute Maid pure squeezed OJ, $2.25. Print $.75/1 here.
  • Maizada corn tostadas, $.99.
  • Essential Everyday storage bags 10-25 ct or 120 ct napkins, $.99.
  • 8 oz Tribe hummus, $1.99.
  • Kerrygold 7 oz Irish cheese chunks, $2.99.
  • Bonus meat deals: Back bone removed chicken thighs family pack, $.99/lb. Lean ground pork, $1.99/lb.
  • Bonus produce deals: Large Hass avocados, $.69 each. Granny Smith apples, $.79/lb. 50 lbs yellow onions, $4.99. California carrots, $.49/lb. 3 lb XL globe grapes, $2.99. Pint blueberries, $2.99. Red Delicious apples or XL tomatoes, $.59/lb.

St. Patrick’s Event — Tuesday March 17 only

  • Lakeview 16 oz sour cream, $.98.
  • Valli’s fresh baked soda bread, $1.98.
  • Pan O Gold rye bread, $.98.
  • Vienna premium corned beef, $6.88/lb.
  • Farmers horseradish, $1.49.
  • Kerrygold Swiss cheese, $4.88/lb.
  • Roland dijon or grain mustard 13 oz, $1.98.
  • Bea’s Best or Grobbel’s corned beef, $3.49/lb.
  • 1 liter Green River soda, $.98.
  • Hengstenberg whole pickles 57 oz, $2.88.
  • Chobani yogurt cups, $.98.

Top Ten Valli Produce deals week of 3/4/15 – 3/10/15

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Here are your top ten Valli Produce deals and coupon matchups for the week of 3/4/15 – 3/10/15.

Top Ten Valli Produce Deals

Tuesday is senior day — save 10% on the entire store, excludes liquor and tax, ages 62+.

  • Red seedless grapes or Washington gala apples, $.69/lb.
  • 16 oz strawberries, $.79.
  • California navel oranges, $.59/lb.
  • Chicken leg quarters family pack, $.48/lb limit 2.
  • Healthy Choice dinners, select, 3/$5.00. Print $1.00/4 here.
  • 48 oz Joe & Ross ice cream, $1.49 with in-ad coupon and additional $25 purchase limit one.
  • Chips Ahoy, $1.49 with in-ad coupon and additional $25 purchase limit one.
  • 8 oz Tribe hummus, $1.50.
  • Sargento deli style sliced cheese, $2.00. Use $.50/2 in the 1/25 SS (exp. 3/8).
  • Pork picnic in bag, $.99/lb.
  • Bonus produce deals: Michigan Red Delicious apples, $.49/lb. Florida XL green peppers, $.79/lb. California bunch spinach, $.79 each. Florida green beans, $.79/lb. Ginger root, $.99/lb. 3lb mandarins, $2.49.

Reader deals 2/26/15

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Reader deals 2/26/15: Here are the deals, heads up, and requests you shared over the last 24 hours — Thanks! How do you share your own deal?

  • Email Rachel: rachel@mashupmom.com.
  • Comment below, or on any post where it seems to fit.
  • Post on the Mashup Mom Facebook page.

*** If you are sharing a deal from another site or an online coupon, please include the link. If you found a deal at a specific store, please include the location.

Costco

  • From Laura: “Just got a letter from Costco today stating that they are turning the Bedford Park store into a Costco Business Center. Apparently there are only 9 others like it in the country. Basically, they will gear the merchandise to cater to small business. Their hours will change to Mon-Fri 7am-6pm Saturday 7a-4pm and Sundays Closed. It states that 70% of their current selection will change. They will be taking out Apparel & Jewelry, Consumer Electronics, Seasonal Goods, Fresh meat and rotisserie chicken, Bakery & Service deli, Photo Center, Pharmacy, Optical, and Hearing Aid center, and tire center. Not sure if I will like it or not. It’s also strange because as far as Illinois is concerned, it’s was one of the first Costco’s put in here. I guess Orland park will have to get my business on the regular.”
  • And Sabrina comments about the Costco gluten free deals, including Udi’s: “Lisa, we have had tons of the small Udi loaves turn out with huge holes. It especially stinks when you try to make French toast. I agree that since it’s so costly they should fix this issue. I’ll tick to buying the bigger loaves at Costco for sure. My Costco also was selling for $8.99 gluten free black bean “spaghetti” noodles. I bought a box but haven’t tried them yet.”
  • On that black bean pasta, Mandy notes: “They just had black bean pasta on Dr. Oz. They said to make sure you don’t over cook it. They tried 3 diff. gf pasta’s and all thought the black bean to be the best.”

Jewel

  • If you’re looking at the clearance Cuties at Jewel, Kitty comments: “I bought some of the Cuties, and even tho they didn’t look or feel great, they were pretty good. I figured I’d take them back if they were terrible.”
  • And from peaches: “I was at the Jewel on Chicago Avenue in Evanston last night, and I had to go through the pile, but I finally found a box of oranges that weren’t bad for $3.99. There were a few bags that were leaking when I lifted them up. They also had a huge pile of cuties at 10:30 last night. I’ve eaten two of them so far, and they were passable.. The Heritage navels I bought at Jewel for $3.99 a bag weren’t bad..”
  • Shandelle shares some MyMixx madness — did this happen to anyone else? “The Johnsonville sausages and free eggs deal rings up a bit wonky FYI. So online I swore the verbiage on the ecoupon for the free eggs in My Mixx said good for ANY free Jewel brand dozen eggs up to $2.29. So I was like I’ll get jumbos! The cashier scanned 2 packs of the fully cooked breakfast sausages and the dozen jumbo Jewel eggs. Instead of the $1.50/2 ecoupon AND the free eggs coming off, it took off $2 as “free item” twice.. the jumbos were priced $2.19 so that isn’t free and the ecoupon was only supposed to be for $1.50 so I just rolled with it. My brother is visiting and signed up for a My Mixx so I could do the deal twice. We went to get large eggs instead of jumbos, since large were $1.99 vs $2.19. But for transaction 2 using his account, the cashier scanned 2 packs of sausages and the $2 “free item” ecoupon came off without even scanning the eggs! So then she scanned the eggs and the same $2 off “free item” came off again. I handed her a paper coupon for $1.50/2 from the 2/8 SS and it scanned without issue. So that transaction cost only $2.64. Ummm ok??”
  • Also from Shandelle: “Also I want to remind everyone that for the same Johnsonville deal, if you purchase the fully cooked breakfast sausages and use Jingit, they’re offering $1 back for checking in at Jewel and scanning the barcode and another $2 for actually buying it. And Jingit does allow you to cash out for any amount to a linked bank account. No waiting around to accrue. I took these sausages to work and they’re really good and super convenient to have at the office along with my oatmeal.”
  • Kelly comments: “On the Scarlett grapefruit, The Jewel in North Wheaton has the 5lb bags on sale for $2.99. Be careful, though, they are mixed in with 8lb bags that are NOT on sale. Also did the Johnsonville/egg deal. Bought 2 fully cooked sausages ($6) and 1 large egg ($1.48). . My Mixx deducted $1.48 for eggs and $2 for sausages. Then I used $1 off 2 Q. So got all 3 items for $3.”
  • On the clearance Jewel ice cream ellen mentioned yesterday, she follows up with: “i forgot to mention that i got a $1.50 catalina from unilever when i bought the ice cream. not sure what items qualified.” Anyone know the Catalina details?
  • Laura found a new coupon: “New Save $1 on any Wild Harvest cereal coupon on the Wild Harvest Organic Facebook page. Offer available to print until 3/20/15.” In the Chicago area, Jewel carries Wild Harvest.

Meijer

  • From Kitty: “The Niles Meijer has raspberries for 4/$5 and some of them were Driscolls so 25c each with $1 coupon.”
  • And if you do head to Meijer, Jovandi comments on Facebook to look out for: “Lots of clearance throughout the store.”

Target

  • Melissa had asked about the Colgate Target deal, and Juan Ra. replies: “…be sure you grab the ones Optic White “Express White”, those are the one that produce the G.C.”
  • And Kelly confirms: “On the Colgate Optic White, the Wheaton Target did not have the $5 gift card posted on the main toothpaste aisle, but right around the corner in the back, they had an endcap with the toothpaste and $5 gift card deal posted. I bought them and it worked fine.”

Valli Produce

  • Susan spotted another deal: “Also, Imported Krakus Polish Ham $3.44lb”

Walgreens

  • A find from Kelly: “Also, at Walgreens this week, they have Fubble Bubble Wands in the seasonal aisle for $1.00. BUT, if you use your Register REwards card, the price drops to $.59. That is not posted anywhere on the sign nor is it in their weekly ad. That’s the best price I’ve ever seen them at.”

Whole Foods

  • From peaches: “It’s the Original Brat Han’s sausage that is on sale for $2.99. I’ve bought it before at WF, and it is good. It is normally at least $5.99, and so that is a really good deal.. I’ve only had the chicken sausage, but they have other kinds too. They occasionally have coupons for it in the Whole Deal book too, but I don’t know if there are any right now.”
  • A followup plus a question from peaches: “I just checked the latest Whole Deal book, and the Original Brat Han.s is not in there. The coupon book is a lot smaller, and so I don’t know if they have as many coupons, or if they just made the coupons smaller. I just counted them, and there are 39 coupons in the latest one, including a $1 one for Alexia, and a $.75 one for Celestial Seasonings. Has anybody seen Celestial Seasonings herb tea on sale anywhere? It is on sale at Jewel right now, but it is still $2.99. which is more than I am willing to spend. I am also open to other herb teas too. Last year I got some bigelow ginger tea on clearance, but I am almost out, and I have not seen any holiday herb tea on clearance.”

Top Ten Valli Produce deals week of 2/25/15 – 3/3/15

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Here are your top ten Valli Produce deals and coupon matchups for the week of 2/25/15 – 3/3/15.

Top Ten Valli Produce Deals

  • 16 oz strawberries or 6 oz raspberries, $.97.
  • Asparagus, $.97/lb.
  • 2 lb Wholey fish sticks, $3.99 with in-ad coupon + additional $25 purchase.
  • Essential Everyday 1 lb bacon, $1.99 with in-ad coupon + additional $25 purchase.
  • Prairie Farms gallon 2% milk, $1.79 with in-ad coupon + additional $25 purchase.
  • Assorted end cut pork loin chops, $1.79/lb.
  • Aunt Jemima waffles, 3/$5.00. Use $1.00/1 in the 1/4 SS1.
  • New York bagel chips, $1.50.
  • Prairie Farms quart half & half or 16 oz sour cream, $1.49.
  • Chicken drumsticks family pack, $.69/lb.
  • Bonus organic produce deals: Organic kale, $.99/bunch. California organic cauliflower, $.99/lb. Pint organic mini sweet peppers,  $1.49.

Top Ten Valli Produce deals week of 2/18/15 – 2/24/15

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Here are your top ten Valli Produce deals and coupon matchups for the week of 2/18/15 – 2/24/15.

Top Ten Valli Produce Deals

Senior Discount Day is Tuesday 2/24 — 10% off ages 62+ excludes liquor and tax.

  • Large green seedless grapes, $.78/lb.
  • XL Fuji apples, $.48/lb.
  • California Crown broccoli, $.48/lb.
  • Cluster tomatoes, $.78/lb.
  • Fri-Sun with additional $25 purchase: 28 oz Dei Fratelli tomatoes, $.98 limit six.
  • Fri-Sun with additional $25 purchase: Chicken of the Sea chunk light tuna cans, $.48 limit four.
  • Fri-Sun with additional $25 purchase: Healthy Life bread or buns, $1.48 limit three. Use $.50/1 in the 1/4 RP2 to get it for $.98.
  • Fri-Sun with additional $25 purchase: Minute Maid Pure Squeezed, $1.98 limit two.
  • Prairie Farms pint half & half, $.98.
  • 3 lb yellow onions, $.59.