Food Lion Deals for 4/3 through 4/9

4 Day Sale
Friday at 8 AM through Monday

(Only listing what seems to be good deals here, as I assume you have a physical flyer.)

Food Lion Fresh Sausage and Brats 19 oz. $1.99 (Rest of the week $2.99)
Digiorno 12″ pizza 13.6 to 34.2 oz. $4.50 (Rest of the week $5)

All Week Sale

Produce
Red Seedless Grapes $1.29/lb.
Hot House Tomatoes $.99/lb.
Sweet Onions $.79/lb.

Fresh Express or Dole Angel Hair Cole Slaw Mix or Shredded Lettuce 8 to 10 oz. $1.50
Use $.55 off 1 Fresh Express Packaged Salad, any – 03-10-13 Smartsource insert
Final price: $.95

Braeburn or Jazz Apples $1.37/lb.

Meat
Boston Butt Whole Pork 1 piece $.99/lb.
Chicken Drumsticks or Thighs value pack $.99/lb.
Food Lion 41/50 ct. shell-on raw shrimp or cooked shrimp 16 oz. pkg. Buy one get one free, limit 2 free
Country Style Pork Ribs value pack $1.29/lb.
Gwaltney Hot Dogs 12 oz. pkg. $.99

Butterball smoked turkey sausage 14 oz. $2
Use $.55 off 1 Butterball Every Day Recipe Starters Turkey Dinner Sausage or Turkey Franks, Any (DND) (Limit of 4 Like Coupons In Same Shopping Trip) from April 2013 All You magazine or February 2013 All You Magazine
There was a $.75 off 1 coupon printable from the butterball website, but it is either not there, or the site knows I printed it for the last sale.
Final Price: with magazine coupon $1.45

Buddig Sliced Lunchmeats 2 oz. $.50 (This is Walmart’s all the time price, I believe.)
use $1 off 4 tearpad non-insert coupon (expires 6/30/13, I think these were found in Wisconsin.)
Final Price: 4 for $1 or $1 for 8 oz. of cold cuts

Dairy
Food Lion Chunk Cheese or my Essentials Shredded Cheese 16 oz. $2.99

Frozen
Turkey Hill Ice Cream 48 oz. $2.50
Use $1 off 1 Turkey Hill Natural Ice Cream,, Any 48 Oz. from 04-07-13 Redplum insert #1 (This is this coming Sunday’s insert.) or printable (facebook) or printable (manufacturer’s website)
Final Price: as cheap as $1.50 if this is included in the sale (I suspect it is not, as it looked like the natural is a limited variety from what I saw at Kroger. But I will probably be checking on Sunday, if I stop by Food Lion, as I love ice cream! Looks like they do have some interesting flavors and a couple of light ice cream flavors including a chocolate moose tracks which looks yummy. I do love google and the web.)

Other Foods
Sweet Baby Ray’s Barbecue Sauce 18 oz. $1.67
Use $1 off 2 printable (smartsource)
Final PRice: $1.17 (OFten times this goes cheaper in the summer, but this is a good price.)

Post Pebbles cereal 9.5 to 10.75 oz. or Quaker Cap’n Crunch Cereal 10.3 to 16 oz. buy one get one free
use $1 of 2 Quaker Products, Any from February 2013 All You magazine
Final PRice: Unknown, but I doubt it is below the $1.50 each price that I prefer

Prego Pasta Sauce 45 oz. $3
use $.50 off 2 from 3/3 Smartsource
Final Price: $2.75 (Not sure if this is a good price or not, as I don’t tend to buy pasta sauce in this large a jar. My Ragu sauce that I buy is about a 24 to 26 oz.)

Ronzoni pasta 12 to 16 oz. Buy one get one free
use $1 off 2 Ronzoni Pasta Portions, any boxes from 03-24-13 Smartsource insert
Final Price: Unknown, but uncertain if this will be included in the sale as I am not sure what the pasta portions are

Chef Boyardee Canned Pasta 14.5 to 15 oz. $1
Ocean Spray Craisins 5 oz. $1 (Is this a good price?)

Keebler Town House, Club or Sandwich Crackers 9.5 to 16 oz. Buy one get one free, limit 2 free
Use $1 off 2 Keebler Crackers, any 8oz or larger (Limit of 4 Like Coupons in Same Shopping Trip) from 03-24-13 Redplum insert
Final price: Unknown

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About skirnirh

I am a wife and mother of one who lives in San Jose, California. I enjoy couponing, walking/biking outside, financial matters, exercise, cooking and health news.
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2 Responses to Food Lion Deals for 4/3 through 4/9

  1. trishay79 says:

    For the Ragu large jar I would think $2.75 is a decent deal. The 45 oz is slightly less than double the smaller jars. So pay slightly less than double what you think is a good deal on the smaller jars is my opinion how to figure it out.

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