Popped over to ALDI and Pete’s Market today, and here’s what’s what:
So first I went to ALDI, and picked up:
3lb Cuties clementines, $2.99.
3lbs Yukon Gold potatoes, $1.99.
Valentine’s Kisses, $2.79.
Edamame bites, on clearance for $.99.
Clancy’s tortilla chips, $1.19.
Two 3-stem roses, $5.98.
Paid $19.56. $10 of that was covered by an ALDI gift certificate to create this Valentine’s themed centerpiece to show you guys (Kisses + Roses), so we’ll call that $9.56 out of my own pocket.
The edamame bites were good, by the way! This figures, because most things I like best at ALDI turn out to be a limited special buy and I have to wait for them to come back, lol. Slightly spicy with some wasabi flavor — I did not, however, care for the included wasabi-ranch dipping sauce, but they were great plain.
This is a horrible picture, but the Villa Park ALDI on Roosevelt also had the frozen Simply Nature steel cut oatmeal on clearance for $.89.
Then I popped across the street to Pete’s, where I picked up:
2 Silk soymilk, $5.98. Used two $.75/1 printables.
3 dozen medium Hamilton eggs, $2.97.
1lb mushrooms, $2.68.
3 large lemons, $1.18.
3lb onions, $.99.
organic grape tomatoes, $1.48.
5lbs red delicious apples, $4.98.
Sourdough bread, $3.29.
Pork roast, $5.09.
Paid $31.34. So discounting the $10 for the candy and roses, that’s $40.90 out of pocket.
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