Top Ten Valli Produce deals week of 8/27/14 – 9/2/14

Here are your top ten Valli Produce deals and coupon matchups for the week of 8/27/14.

  • I’m using the ad for Hoffman Estates, Glendale Heights, and Arlington Heights. Some prices may vary at other locations, so view your own weekly ad here.

Valli does not have a coupon policy available online. Many people have had trouble using printables there and/or using manufacturer coupons with in-ad store coupons, so these deals assume you cannot.

Top Ten Valli Produce Deals

  • Hass avocados, $.59 each.
  • California red grapes, $.89/lb.
  • Southern peaches, $.59/lb.
  • Lay’s chips, 3/$5.00 limit six.
  • Pork spareribs, $1.99/lb.
  • California cauliflower, $.69/lb.
  • Jif PB, $2.00. Use $.50/1 in the 7/13 RP.
  • Dozen Dutch Farms large eggs, $.99.
  • Kraft 30 oz mayo or Miracle Whip, $1.99 limit 2. Use $.75/1 in the 8/17 SS.
  • Wed-Sat only with additional $25 purchase best deals:
    • Potato salad, coleslaw, macaroni salad $.68/lb limit 3 lbs.
    • 16 oz Essential Everyday sour cream, $.68 limit 3.
    • Essential Everyday 120 ct napkins, $.68 limit 4.
    • 59 oz Minute Maid ades or punches, $.68 limit 4.

Top Ten Valli Produce deals week of 8/20/14 – 8/26/14 — PLUS one day sale

Here are your top ten Valli Produce deals and coupon matchups for the week of 8/20/14 — Plus an insane one day sale Friday 8/22 only.

  • I’m using the ad for Hoffman Estates, Glendale Heights, and Arlington Heights. Some prices may vary at other locations, so view your own weekly ad here.

Valli does not have a coupon policy available online. Some people have had trouble using printables there, while others have not, so be aware that your mileage may vary. Sometimes they take manufacturer coupons together with in-ad store coupons; sometimes they don’t.

Top one day sale deals — Friday 8/22 only

Requires additional $25 purchase

  • Brown n serve, $.68 limit 4.
  • 24 pack Absopure water, $1.68 limit 2.
  • Essential Everyday waffles, $.68 limit 3.
  • Prairie Farms 2% milk, $1.68 limit 2.
  • Essential Everyday bacon, $2.48 limit 2.
  • StarKist chunk light tuna, $.68 limit 4.
  • Skippy 18 oz creamy or 22 oz Welch’s squeeze, $1.68 limit 4. $.75/2 Skippy 8/3 SS. $1.00/2 Welch’s 7/27 RP2.
  • Pan O Gold split top bread, $.68 limit 2.
  • Chicken leg quarters family pack, $.48/lb sold in 10 lb bags. limit 2.
  • Wild caught Norwegian mackerel, $1.98/lb.
  • Bulgarian feta, $1.98/lb limit 4 lbs.
  • 8″ apple pie, $1.68 limit 2.
  • 2 liter Canfield’s seltzer, $.68 limit 4.
  • Gatorade, $.68 limit 4.
  • Hunt’s ketchup or BBQ sauce, $.68 limit 4.
  • Fisher 14 oz peanuts, $1.68 limit 3. Use $1.00/1 in the 7/27 SS2.
  • 10 oz Palmolive, $.68 limit 4.
  • Hefty freezer bags, $1.68 limit 3. Use $1.50/2 in the 8/10 RP.
  • Creamette pasta, $.68 limit 4.
  • S&W veggies, $.68 limit 4.
  • Dixie ultra plates, $1.68 limit 4.
  • Scotties facial tissue 70-120 ct, $.68 limit 4.
  • 250 ct Essential Everyday napkins, $1.68.
  • Scott 12 ct bath tissue (looks like 1000 sheet but can’t tell), $3.97, limit 2.
  • Tampico, $.98 limit 3.
  • Jarritos, 2/$.98.
  • Donkey chips, $1.68 limit 3.
  • Goya olives, $1.68 limit 3.
  • V&V Supremo queso fresco 8 oz, $2.50.
  • Amp, Lipton, Sobe, Aquafina, Schweppes singles, $.68.
  • Cento 26 oz tomatoes, $.98 limit 4.
  • 17 oz Foco coconut juice, $.68 limit 4.
  • Eclairs, $.68 each limit 4.
  • Lofthouse cookies, $1.68 limit 4.
  • 64 oz Prairie Farms buttermilk, $1.68 limit 2.
  • Eckrich smoked sausage, $1.68 limit 3.
  • Farmland jumbo franks 1 lb, $.68 limit 3.
  • Prairie Farms pint half & half, $.68 limit 3.
  • Dutch Farms 5 ct bagels, $.98.
  • Essential Everyday 10 oz frozen spinach, $.68 limit 6.
  • Cole’s mini loaf garlic bread, $.68 limit 3.
  • Boston rolled pot roast, $3.49/lb.
  • 80% groudn chuck 4 lbs+, $2.99/lb.
  • Pub burgers family pack, $3.99/lb. (80%)
  • 22 oz Patti Jean Cornish hens, $2.49 each.
  • Cowboy pork chops family pack, $1.79/lb.
  • Netted pork rib end roast, $1.79/lb.
  • Pork country style ribs family pack, $1.79/lb.
  • Wild caught in Canada cod loin, $3.79/lb.
  • Wild caught in Indonesia swordfish steak, $3.99/lb.
  • Hunt’s tomatoes or sauce, $.68  limit 4.
  • Barilla pasta, $.68 limit 4.
  • Orlando Greco roasted red peppers, $.68 limit 4.
  • Orlando Greco 14 oz quartered artichokes, $1.68 limit 4.
  • Essential Everyday fake oreos, $1.68 limit 3.
  • Essential Everyday croutons, $.68 limit 4.
  • KIND bars, $.98 limit 12.
  • Hunt’s snack pack, $.68 limit 3.
  • Nutella to go, $.68 limit 6.
  • Oasis hummus, $1.68 limit 3.
  • Roland black olives, $.68 limit 3.
  • Roland 6 oz artichokes, $.68 limit 4.
  • Dole iceberg or coleslaw, $.68 limit 4.
  • Dutch Farms XL dozen eggs, $.98 limit 2.
  • Table top mini pies, $.68 limit 6.
  • In shell bulk peanuts, $.98/lb.
  • Nova lox, $2.99/lb.
  • Whole Sicilian olives in water, $.98/lb.
  • Premium homemade turkey breast (deli), $2.98/lb.
  • Red skin herbed potato salad, $.98/lb.

Top Ten Valli Produce Deals (weekly)

  • 6 oz raspberries, $.99.
  • Green peppers, $.59/lb.
  • Alouette crumbled cheese cups, $1.99.
  • Fresh Kalamata olives in water, $2.99/lb.
  • Joe & Ross 56 oz ice cream, $1.98.
  • Popcorners, $1.50.
  • Act II popcorn, $.99.
  • Cabot cheese 8 oz, 3/$5.00.
  • Healthy Life bread or buns, $1.68.
  • Cilantro bunches, 3/$1.00.

Top Ten Valli Produce deals week of 8/13/14 – 8/19/14

Here are your top ten Valli Produce deals and coupon matchups for the week of 8/13/14.

  • I’m using the ad for Hoffman Estates, Glendale Heights, and Arlington Heights. Some prices may vary at other locations, so view your own weekly ad here.

Valli does not have a coupon policy available online. Some people have had trouble using printables there, while others have not, so be aware that your mileage may vary. Sometimes they take manufacturer coupons together with in-ad store coupons; sometimes they don’t.

Top Ten Valli Produce Deals

  • Hass avocados, $.49 each.
  • California cauliflower, $.49/lb.
  • Jumbo cantaloupe, $.79 each.
  • Quaker 42 oz old fashioned oats, 2/$4.00 limit four Fri-Sun only with additional $25 purchase. Use the $1.00/2 tearpad coupons from Jewel if you have them.
  • Dozen Dutch Farms XL eggs, $1.25.
  • Flatout wraps, $1.99.
  • Bone-in center cut rib pork chops family pack, $2.49/lb.
  • Large California artichokes, $.50 each. Ooh, make these!
  • California green seedless grapes, $.99/lb.
  • Fresh green beans, $.69/lb.

Top Ten Valli Produce deals week of 8/6/14 – 8/12/14

Here are your top ten Valli Produce deals and coupon matchups for the week of 8/6/14.

  • I’m using the ad for Hoffman Estates, Glendale Heights, and Arlington Heights. Some prices may vary at other locations, so view your own weekly ad here.

Valli does not have a coupon policy available online. Some people have had trouble using printables there, while others have not, so be aware that your mileage may vary. Sometimes they take manufacturer coupons together with in-ad store coupons; sometimes they don’t.

Top Ten Valli Produce Deals

  • California red seedless grapes, $.79/lb.
  • 6 oz California raspberries, $.99.
  • Post Honey Bunches of Oats, 7 for $11.00.
  • Pork sirloin chops bone-in family pack, $1.98/lb.
  • Boneless skinless chicken thighs family pack, $1.98/lb.
  • Simply Ades, 7 for $11.00.
  • Dozen Dutch Farms medium eggs, $.99.
  • 14 oz can Greco quarted artichokes, $1.99.
  • Limes, 15 for $1.00.
  • Corn, 4/$1.00.

Top Ten Valli Produce deals week of 7/30/14 – 8/5/14

Here are your top ten Valli Produce deals and coupon matchups for the week of 7/30/14.

  • I’m using the ad for Hoffman Estates, Glendale Heights, and Arlington Heights. Some prices may vary at other locations, so view your own weekly ad here.

Valli does not have a coupon policy available online. Some people have had trouble using printables there, while others have not, so be aware that your mileage may vary. Sometimes they take manufacturer coupons together with in-ad store coupons; sometimes they don’t.

Top Ten Valli Produce Deals

  • California cantaloupe, $.49 each.
  • Michigan green beans, $.49/lb.
  • California green grapes, $.99/lb.
  • Pint blueberries, $.99.
  • California crown broccoli, $.69/lb.
  • 1 lb carrots, $.49.
  • Wed-Sat. only with additional $25 purchase: Prairie Farms quart half & half, $.94 limit 3.
  • Wed-Sat. only with additional $25 purchase: Dei Fratelli 28 oz tomatoes, $.94 limit 6.
  • Imported Pecorino Romano family cut 2 lbs+, $4.99/lb. Lesser quantities, $5.99/lb.
  • Yoplait Greek yogurt cups, $.79. Use $1.00/5 in the 6/8 SS (exp. 8/2).

Top Ten Valli Produce deals week of 7/23/14 – 7/29/14

Here are your top ten Valli Produce deals and coupon matchups for the week of 7/23/14.

  • I’m using the ad for Hoffman Estates, Glendale Heights, and Arlington Heights. Some prices may vary at other locations, so view your own weekly ad here.

Valli does not have a coupon policy available online. Some people have had trouble using printables there, while others have not, so be aware that your mileage may vary. Sometimes they take manufacturer coupons together with in-ad store coupons; sometimes they don’t.

Top Ten Valli Produce Deals

  • Washington Bing cherries, $.98/lb.
  • Del Monte gold pineapples, $.88 each.
  • California cauliflower, $.48/lb.
  • Joe & Ross 56 oz ice cream, $1.49 with in-ad coupon and additional $25 purchase limit 1.
  • Donkey chips, 3/$5.00.
  • Chicken leg quarters family pack, $.49/lb limit 2.
  • 30-150 ct Essential Everyday sandwich bags, $.99.
  • 20 oz Valli fresh baked Italian bread, $.99.
  • Corn, 4/$1.00.
  • Golden Delicious apples, $.48/lb.

Top Ten Valli Produce deals week of 7/16/14 – 7/22/14 — Plus 2-day sale

Here are your top ten Valli Produce deals and coupon matchups for the week of 7/16/14, plus two day sale deals.

  • I’m using the ad for Hoffman Estates, Glendale Heights, and Arlington Heights. Some prices may vary at other locations, so view your own weekly ad here.

Valli does not have a coupon policy available online. Some people have had trouble using printables there, while others have not, so be aware that your mileage may vary. Sometimes they take manufacturer coupons together with in-ad store coupons; sometimes they don’t.

Two Day Sale Friday-Saturday 7/18-7/19 only

Requires additional $25 purchase.

  • Pan O Gold sandwich bread, $.78 limit 3.
  • Bar-S 16 oz franks, $.78 limit 3.
  • Prairie Farms pint half & half, $.78 limit 3.
  • Medium Dutch Farms dozen eggs, $.78 limit 3.
  • Fage cups, $.78 limit 6.
  • Super Chill gallon water, $.78 limit 6.

Top Ten Valli Produce Deals

  • Essential Everyday butter quarters, $1.99 with in-ad coupon and additional $25 purchase.
  • California spinach bunch, $.49.
  • Cowboy pork chops family pack, $1.98/lb.
  • Whole chicken twin pack, $.98/lb.
  • Pint blueberries, $.99.
  • Tomatoes on the vine, $.69/lb.
  • Lorraine Swiss, $2.99/lb.
  • Essential Everyday 64 oz bleach, $.99.
  • Prairie Farms quart buttermilk, $.99.
  • Crown broccoli, $.69/lb.

Top Ten Valli Produce deals week of 7/9/14 – 7/15/14

Here are your top ten Valli Produce deals and coupon matchups for the week of 7/9/14.

  • I’m using the ad for Hoffman Estates, Glendale Heights, and Arlington Heights. Some prices may vary at other locations, so view your own weekly ad here.

Valli does not have a coupon policy available online. Some people have had trouble using printables there, while others have not, so be aware that your mileage may vary. Sometimes they take manufacturer coupons together with in-ad store coupons; sometimes they don’t.

Top Ten Valli Produce Deals

  • Pint blueberries, $1.29.
  • Pint grape tomatoes, $.99.
  • California nectarines, $.89/lb.
  • Boneless skinless chicken thighs family pack, $1.68/lb limit 2 packs.
  • Dutch Farms XL eggs, $.49 with in-ad coupon + additional $25 purchase limit 1.
  • 12 oz Essential Everyday American cheese, $.49 with in-ad coupon + additional $25 purchase limit 1.
  • Dole 100% juice blends, 3/$5.00 limit 3.
  • Select Kellogg’s cereal 3/$5.00 limit 6. Use $1.00/3 in the 6/1 RP (exp. 7/13).
  • 16.3 oz Planters peanut butter, $2.00. Use $1.00/2 in the 6/29 SS and get it for $1.50.
  • Farmland jumbo franks, $.99.

Top Ten Valli Produce deals week of 7/2/14 – 7/8/14

Here are your top ten Valli Produce deals and coupon matchups for the week of 7/2/14.

  • I’m using the ad for Hoffman Estates, Glendale Heights, and Arlington Heights. Some prices may vary at other locations, so view your own weekly ad here.

Valli does not have a coupon policy available online. Some people have had trouble using printables there, while others have not, so be aware that your mileage may vary. Sometimes they take manufacturer coupons together with in-ad store coupons; sometimes they don’t.

Top Ten Valli Produce Deals

  • Large green seedless grapes, $.68/lb.
  • 10 lb Idaho potatoes, $1.98.
  • Del Monte pineapple, $.98 each.
  • Chicken legs sold in 10 lb bags, $.49/lb limit 2.
  • Homemade Italian Sausage Family Pack, $1.99/lb limit 2.
  • Beef back ribs, $1.99/lb.
  • Bunch cilantro, 3/$.88.
  • Wed-Sat with $25 additional purchase: XL dozen eggs, $.98 limit 3.
  • Wed-Sat with $25 additional purchase: Chobani Greek yogurt cups, $.68 limit 6.
  • Wed-Sat with $25 additional purchase: Lakeview 16 oz sour cream, $.68.

Reader deals 6/26/14

Here are some of the deals (and heads up!) YOU found recently — Thanks! How do you share your own deal?

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.

  • *** Disclaimer: All of the deals below come straight from readers.

Amazon

  • Connie says: “It’s actually a better deal to get the other Fitbit model, the Flex, because the Flex retails for $99 and can be used automatically for all functions, including the sleep monitoring. If you want to do sleep monitoring with a Fitbit One, you have to buy the $15 wristband to put it into at night. But if you just want to use it for fitness tracking, this is an excellent deal!”
  • Annette weighs in: “Mine came with a sleep band, and I actually prefer the One better as I don’t like things on my wrist. Also the flex didn’t pick up some of my workout activity since it is picked up by arm movement.”

Carson’s

  • Jenny posts in Hot Deals about her $50/$100 experience: “ugh, just wasted an hour…. put everything in my cart then it said that one or more of my items does not qualify for discount… forget it… her is their LONG list of exclusions…Excludes Bonus Buys, Door Busters, Incredible Values, Yellow Dot/Black Dot merchandise, fragrance & cosmetics, Clearance Center merchandise, Tech/electronics, candy, coffee & food, fine jewelry, fine and fashion watches, furniture departments and mattresses, cause-related merchandise and other charitable items, gift cards, salon products, service departments, special orders, health & wellness items, small electrics, toys, designer handbags & shoes from select brands, including all Brahmin, Coach, Cole Haan, Columbia, Donald Pliner, Frye, Johnston & Murphy, MICHAEL Michael Kors, Sorel and regular price ASICS, Birkenstock, Dansko, Dolce Vita, Dooney & Bourke, Ivanka Trump, Lucky Brand, Merrell, New Balance, Polo, Reebok, Salomon, Sam Edelman, Sperry Top-Sider and Vince Camuto.Excludes merchandise from BCBGeneration, Coach accessories & footwear, Columbia, Fossil, Free People, Karen Kane, Levi’s, Michael Kors/MICHAEL Michael Kors ladies’ apparel/accessories, Nautica sportswear/sleepwear, NYDJ, Ray-Ban, Silver Jeans Co., Steve Madden footwear, Swarovski crystal, T Tahari sportswear, Tempur-Pedic, Wacoal, Waterford crystal and regular price merchandise from Dooney & Bourke accessories and handbags, Lauren Ralph Lauren ladies’ apparel/accessories, Lucky Brand, Polo, Swarovski jewelry and Tommy Bahama.”
  • Monique says: “Sorry, Jenny. We were having that problem until we saw that there was a red ’2 Day Sale/Coupon eligible’ note below the items names that weren’t disallowed. That saved us a lot of time when we were looking for something $1 or more to bring our order up to $100. I generally ignore Carsons/Boston Store/Bergner store because of their extreme coupon exceptions. On the day after Thanksgiving, it seems that everything is a Bonus Buys, Door Busters, Incredible Values, Yellow Dot/Black Dot or food item.”
  • She also says: “Last day of Carson’s 2 day sale $50 off of $100 purchase (ZXCLUSIVE14E) and free shipping for over $75 purchase (FREESHIP75) And they applied the shipping to my order after the $50 off coupon!”

Coupons

CVS

  • A find from Amy N.: “The CVS on NW Hwy in Palatine has windchimes for 90% off. Right in front of the store. Manager said whatever is not sold is sent back to warehouse on Saturday. As of last night, there were about 10 left.”

Jewel

  • David sends over: “Maruchan Yakisoba at Jewel $ .59 thru 7/1 $ .50 coupon in 5/18 SS”
  • Some information from feelgood: “I had 10 Kraft items. After the 5th one, $5 came off. Nothing more came off until the 10th item, then $5 more came off. What’s really bad is the “save $2 instantly when you buy 4 participating Nestle products below” ad, which is just underneath the Kraft $5/5 ad. I was shopping with another couponer tonight, and she wanted to get Hot Pockets. Ad says 5/$7.50, so she got 5. Each rang up $2.00 each, and only took a total of $2.00 off. My friend showed the cashier the ad, cashier kept arguing that you only get $2.00 off for 4, and nothing off for the 5th one. Deceptive advertising when you advertise something 5 for $7.50 and charge the customer $8.00″
  • From letsshop: “7UP10 is part of the sale too at Jewel so $5 for 4 cases used 4 $1 coupons (: Altho Perdue line of frozen chicken has only certain varieties that were part of the B1G1 ,so be careful ! and make sure sale sign matches the selection you took.”
  • From letsshop on the $1.00/2 Claussen coupon in the 5/18 SS (Sun-Times, but not Tribune: “Just checked again and for the paper ! its from the Hoy ,sometimes he throws me a couple when he remembers ! Not use to getting it and forgot sorry!” It was in the Extra as well.
  • Something to look for from peaches: “The Jewel that I shop at on Green Bay in WIlmette had tear pads for $1/3 on any Kraft item a few weeks ago.  It was displayed with the cheese..” I have seen them as well in River Forest and Melrose Park, also at Caputo’s and Meijer.
  • Sherri was wondering: “Do You Know If The goldfish Puffs Are Included?”
  • But Mary Beth reports: “Puffs are not included.”
  • From feelgood: “Great price on the Kraft cheese. Even better with the new $5 off 10 participating Kraft products manufacturer coupon found in some Centrella store ads this week. Coupon expires 7/1/14 and includes Kraft shredded, singles, blocks and natural cheese slices. Also includes Crystal light canisters (part of the $3.00/5 catalina deal), Miracle Whip and Kraft Mayo, OM bologna and lunchmeat, Cracker Barrel chunk cheese, Claussen pickles, Kraft dressing, Kool-Aid and Country Time drink mixes, Gevalia coffee, and Planters peanuts!” Check the coupon wording. If it is the same as the one in the Pete’s ad it says it is valid only at Centrella stores.
  • Krystle comments: “Just wanted to let everyone know, Jewel is participating in the Crystal Light Catalina deal tried it this morning at the Addison location. Also so is Ultra Foods, received an alert from the Catalina machine from the Lombard location. Should make for a good deal with the expired coupons. Crystal Light, any Canister or 10 On the Go (6/2 – 6/29) Buy 3 & Get $1 Catalina Buy 4 & Get $2 Catalina Buy 5 or more & Get $3 Catalina”

Paint

  • An inquiry from maggie: “With regard to Menard’s paint, I remember a while back Jill Cataldo mentioned that Menards’ paint is not a very good quality. Several people commented that it took them many layers to get a decent result. On the other hand, Ace’s house brand is apparently very good. We are in desperate need of a paint job, that’s why I’m paying attention… :)”
  • Advice from peaches: “Go to the library and look at Consumer Report’s. I believe they tested paint recently. I know they gave Glidden high marks, but I believe there were some other brands they liked.”

Reader requests

  • Julie on Facebook asks: “Hey, can you do a shout out for any deals on anything My Little Pony? TIA!!”
  • Evelyn asks: “Hi, I was wondering if anyone knows who do I contact if I don’t get the grocery ads delivered to my house. They do deliver them to my area just the person who does it never delivers to my street. Thank you.” If they are hand-delivered, call the Tribune’s main circulation number. There will be an option for Local Values. If your mail carrier brings them, I am not sure.
  • A question from Victoria: “i have an app called retale that allows you to view cirulars based on your location on the Jewels ad the last page has a coupon for $5 off 50. Has anyone seen this or tried it? I don’t see any numbers on the barcode. Do you think it would work?”
  • Connie is wondering: “Does anyone have any recommendations for a reasonably priced tailor near Lisle/Naperville/Downers Grove/Oakbrook Terrace? I am looking to get a couple of suits altered and don’t have any idea what price range I should be looking for, so I figured I’d start by asking for recommendations.”

Rebates

  • Melanie emails: “I just received an email from PediaSure regarding their new powder.  I am sending the link…because there is rebate info.  Hope it works for everyone.”

Target

  • A warning from feelgood: “Heads up on the Target $2.00 Perdue breaded chicken coupon. Says “limit one offer per transaction.” My couponer friend tried to use one Target coupon and one coupons-dot-com coupon, cashier kept insisting you couldn’t use the coupons-dot-com coupon because of the limitation on the Target coupon.”

Valli Produce

  • From maggie: “Don’t forget about the Valli coupon inside for a Smores deal! A set of graham crackers, chocolate and marshmellows will come to $5 total when you use Valli’s store coupon ($2 off) and a $1 printable that has been around lately. Great deal in my opinion!”

Walgreens

  • Advice from feelgood: “For those with the Facebook $1.00/1 Crystal Light coupons which Rachel mentioned [in this week's Jewel deals], hold on to them until next week. Crystal Light will be $2.00 at Walgreens, with a $2.00 Register Reward. So a $1.00 MM after coupon! 19-oz Country Time and Kool-Aid canisters will also be $2.00 with a $2.00 Register Reward. Those will be free, too!”