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    Have a GREAT trip!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by operabob View Post
    Hey Cookie,

    Where are you. I thought Kruger was only in the US.
    That's how the paper towel / tissue / toilet paper from 2 weeks ago showed up! I haven't gotten a picture yet as I still have to pick up the last set, with my receipt. I was so busy last week I never made it there to buy a stockpile of cereal, boo!
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    Thanks, Vegas! Hopefully my kids have a good trip and competition, and we have a - nice, quiet, first ever in 17 years - weekend with no kids! LOL!!! That's almost as good as a trip!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cookiemonster View Post
    That's how the paper towel / tissue / toilet paper from 2 weeks ago showed up! I haven't gotten a picture yet as I still have to pick up the last set, with my receipt. I was so busy last week I never made it there to buy a stockpile of cereal, boo!
    Lol I guess everyone has a "blonde" moment.
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    You guys should read back LOL! I corrected my error.

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    Quote Originally Posted by operabob View Post
    Hey Cookie,

    Where are you? I thought Kruger was only in the US.



    Got It!

    Kruger Products not Kruger Stores! Duh!!!!!
    Hahaha... well that and the stores in the usa are Kroger.
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    The real beginnings of price wars are starting. We are in a golden age here. Walmart will now pm any competitor's ads across canada. For those of us our west it means a extra 20% lower cost on groceries. (check out dariusz8's post http://forum.smartcanucks.ca/370022-...update-canada/ )That is certainly another way to save money. Out east they get many items for free that we can't get as easily.

    This is a game changer for us... Meat is considerably cheaper out east and so are things like veggies... they try to say it is shipping costs that gives us higher prices... scuse me... where exactly is the beef raised and processed? Anyway back on task... we will have to do more price matching and we will be able to increase our savings by a amazing amount. We all know WM allows us to price match a reasonable quantity of items too..... so... here we go with a amazing new tool in our hats.

    I know Safeway has been putting out a standard flyer for the whole country lately... but the prices are about to be way out of line compared to what we will be able to get at WM.... Even with Airmiles taken into account they may not be able to stand up to these much lower costs.

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    Cheeky, I am the same way, which is why I had barely earned any airmiles this year. With two national level athletes, we go through a TON of food, and I have to shop where it is cheapest, which here usually means Superstore. If it hadn't been for this last promotion, I would not have kept my airmiles gold card this year. It will be interesting to see how eager my local Walmart is to this new policy, as often, prices are much cheaper in ON where there is more competition.
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    It will take time to get this new policy in full swing... but it will happen... I am sure some competitors will throw a few good sales just to trip them up too. I am going to just use my pc and have the pages pulled up and try a couple this week. Make sure you go directly to the companies site if you do this... sc is great but they may want to see the company's link in the search bar.
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    I shop similarly too and only go for the Airmiles if it's to my advantage, especially after Airmiles chopped the value from $0.139/AM to $0.105 and Safeway cut back on the number of AMs offered as bonuses.

    Will point out Safeway has the 3 Day Special on this weekend with Pepsi 20 tins @ $3.99.

    Target has 12 tins on sale for $5.99. Safeway rocks against Target on that one particular item!

    The one thing I will regret is what happens to my favourite employees at Shelbourne! They've been terrific to me. It's a rental store so it might not reopen as a food store as Fairway & Thrifty's are on 2 corners opposite them. I'm hoping Fort & Foul Bay open as a RCSS as the closest one is 20 miles out of town.
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    Quote Originally Posted by operabob View Post
    I'm hoping Fort & Foul Bay open as a RCSS as the closest one is 20 miles out of town.
    Agreed! Not so eager to see Save-On move in. They have a few hot deals, but mostly you have to work (stack) to make it worth your while there. RCSS has better all round prices, and good promos too I have found.
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    Agreed! Not so eager to see Save-On move in. They have a few hot deals, but mostly you have to work (stack) to make it worth your while there. RCSS has better all round prices, and good promos too I have found.
    Their prices on food are generally only a penny more than Costco, no membership needed, better selection and if they put in a Gas Bar!!!!!!!! Plus, no need to drive to Langford.
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    The pepsi is a great deal. 3.99 / 20 is .20 cents a can. That means it works out to the same as $2.40 for a 12 pack. That is what I would expect from a after coupon price. I happen to have no pepsi in the house atm so... I will be using my card and my parents card to purchase a total of 4 of them. One of the safeway stores has coupons on the back of the receipt for goodwill $5wub20 so the savings will go on.
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    Price comparison:

    Pepsi 20 tin $3.99 = $0.20/tin

    Coke 12 tin, 3 for $10, B6G60 = $20 - 6.30AMs = $13.70 for 72 tins = $0.19/tin

    Not much of a difference unless you use the AMs for flights in which case the Coke offer is better.
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    Coop West
    Outside round roast $2.99lb
    Lean ground beef $2.49lb
    Gala apples $3.99 for 5lbs
    Armstrong cheese $8.99 for 900gms -.75 coupon
    Purex bathroom tissue $4.99 - coupons?
    Rutabaga $6.99 for a 10lb bag
    beets $7.99 for 10lb bag
    Cambells soup $5.99 for a 12 pack
    10KG bag of coop flour $5.00 each
    Mitchells country classic hams $9.99 for 1.7kg
    (if you pick up a cheap meat slicer your sandwich meat is really cheap this way)
    Pork loin halves $1.99lb




    No frills West (it is a good meat week!)
    Meat lasagna no name 2.27kg for $6.88
    chicken Drumsticks, thighs 1.88lb
    Pork side ribs $1.88
    vine ripened tomatoes .88lb
    mushrooms .88 cents for 227gm pack
    schneiders lunch mates $1.88
    Pork half loin bone in sliced $1.88lb
    Schneiders october fest sausages $1.88
    Pillars sliced ham 250gm - ,75 printable smart source
    Bartlett pears 6lb bag $4.88 < perfect for canning!
    baby cut carrots 1lb .88 each
    pom pomagrante juice 473mls $1.88 ... Coupons?
    dole salad blends $1.88
    Old mill bread 2 for 2.88
    Sidekicks 3 for 2.88 - coupons
    Planters dry roasted peanuts 300gms $1.88
    Bearpaw cookies $1.88 - coupons?
    Alcan tin foil, NN plastic wrap or ziploc 40 count .88 each
    Becel marg $3.88 - various coupons
    Pisbury dough $1.88
    colgate tp and tb .88 each (free with mail out)
    olay body wash $2.88 each
    alphagetti (cause freddy might need some!) or heinz beans .88 each
    Minute maid juice or mots garden $1.88 each - coupons
    bicks pickles $2.88 - coupons
    twizzlers licorice or kitkat 10 count $1.88 each
    tampax or always $2.88
    fructis $2.88
    NN canola oil $4.99 each




    Real Canadian Superstore West
    Outside round roast $2.49lb << great price
    Large pumpkins $2.76 each! << great price
    20lb bag of red or russet potatoes $4.88 each << great price
    aspargus $2.48lb
    pears 6lbs bag $4.88 << great price
    Orchard run apples .76lb
    pint of grape tomatoes 2 for $3
    6 pack of english muffins 1.11 each
    french or italian bread .97 each
    no name tomatoe paste or sauce 2 for $1
    no name olive oil (i can't read the size) $3.98
    Old el paso taco kits 2 for $5.98
    Ruffles or doritos chips 2.47
    mcCain fries 2.77 - $2wub2 coupon
    case of mushrooms 7.98
    case of 35 real canadian spring water 3.95 each
    smuckers jam 2.98 - $1 coupon
    heinz katsup 2.97
    purex laundry soap 95 load 7.97
    fleecy 5.93 - $1 coupon
    no name parchment paper 2 for 4.48 < good price
    ginger .88lb
    10lb bag of red onion 3.46 each.
    1lb of peeled garlic 1.46
    dawn dish soap 1.67 - $1.5 wub2 coupon (Dawali special, Happy Dawali!)
    fabreeze room spray $2 each - $5 wub3 coupon
    Dove body wash or bars of soap $2.97
    Dove deodorant or antipersperant $2.97
    Crest premium toothpaste 1.66 each (is there a $4.5 wub3?)
    USE YOUR COUPONS UP FOR GLADE B15G$10 WILL EXPIRE SOON... RCSS HAS A REBATE FOR A $15 GAS CARD WUB15 SO HURRY!

    Safeway West
    3 day sale
    Pepsi 20 pack $3.99 limit of 2


    regular sales
    Pumpkins .19lb
    Smartfood popcorn, cheetoes or munchies 2 for $5 (use b2g1 peelie here)
    Unadvertized The snack artist chips are $2.18 each and there is a $1 tear pad coupon in front.. limit one coupon per transaction.
    (the chips taste good!)
    Giovanni pasta 3 for $6 - $1 coupon in healthy harvest booklet
    snack pack puddings 4 for $5 buy 5 get 30 airmiles ($3.15 value)<<great deal
    chef boyardee pasta 4 for $5 buy 5 get 30 airmiles (3.15 value when you spend $6.25) <<great deal
    Dove body wash b1g1
    dove hair care $2.99
    Lysol toilet bowl cleaner or all perpose trigger cleaner 2 for $5 - $1wub2 coupon (b2g25 airmiles $2.62 value) = .69 each
    clean and clear skin care or body wash $5.99 -$3 printable - $2.5 printable -$3 call in (buy 3 get 30 airmiles)


    Sobeys didn't have good deals this week


    Giant Tiger west... oops i almost missed it
    Tide laundry detergent $4.97
    Campfire bacon $2.50
    Best value piza $2.47
    Beatrice 1L chocolate milk $1.25
    Banquet tv dinners $2
    Pepsi 12 pack $3.50 (3 day sale at safeway is better)
    somerdale frozen fries $1
    Black diamond cheese slices $2.97- .75 coupon
    Cheetos $2.5 each B2G1 peelie
    Sidekicks $1
    Best value frozen waffles $1.25
    Best value oatmeal $1.77




    Walmart West
    VH steamers $2.97 - coupons
    McCain superfries $2.77 -$2wub2 coupon
    glade holiday vlue pack candles $10 there is the $10 off wub$15
    Act 2 microwave popcorn $1
    Prices are generally better at other stores this week.
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