The leaves are changing colors, the breeze is picking up, and it is almost time to put on our sweaters. These are all wonderful things that come with fall, but do you know what else fall signals?
You may have guessed it, the holidays are coming. Not just any holiday, but my favorite. Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday because people get together with no other expectation than to visit and eat good food.
As Thanksgiving approaches you are going to find great deals in the Save-A-Lot Weekly Ad.
So you can begin to shop the sales and buy extra items that you might need as they come on sale. Also, a lot of stores run specials around Thanksgiving where if you spend so much money in their store, then they give you coupons for money off. I love this because I’m able to save a lot around the holidays.
Whether you coupon or not, we can all shop sales. When you see a great deal, then swoop down on it and start stockpiling for your Thanksgiving meal.
Stretch Your Holiday Budget By Using Save-A-Lot Weekly Sales Ad
In November, many supermarkets offer free or heavily discounted turkeys ahead of the holiday as a way to lure in customers to buy the rest of their Thanksgiving fixings at their stores. The average price for holiday turkey is $1.36 per pound, according to the American Farm Bureau Federation, but you shouldn’t be paying full price as Save-A-Lot offers this week’s sale at .49 cents a pound.
Second, If you’re looking to save money, a good rule of thumb is that preparing something from scratch will generally be less expensive than buying it pre-made. For example, boxed mashed potatoes at Save-A-Lot cost $1.79 per pound, while potatoes cost .70 cents per pound. Side dishes at the deli counter are always significantly marked up, and even frozen pies can cost more than the raw materials.
Third, do not channel your inner Martha Stewart. Don’t get me wrong, she cooks a lot of beautiful food that seems absolutely delicious. But she is not budget-friendly. You can cook a good meal without it being extravagant. Think of simple dishes that are classics that everyone loves.
Check out the Save-A-Lot Weekly Ad 11/11/20 – 11/17/20
The Save-A-Lot weekly ad starts on different days depending on the region. We will post the Ad scan and the full list of Save-A-Lot Coupon Match-ups on one page using coupons to help you save money! Scroll below the Ad Scan to see the Coupon Matchups!
Below is the latest Save-A-Lot Ad Scan and best deals using coupons to save money! Remember Save-A-Lot Weekly Ad starts on different days depending on region.
- Brussel Sprouts $2.49
- Cucumbers $.69
- Gala, Fuji, Red Delicious or Golden Apples 3lb bag $2.00
- Gold Potatoes 5lb bag $3.49
- Rainbow Peppers $3.49
- Red Seedless Grapes $1.79/lb
- Roma Tomatoes $.89/lb
- Whole White Mushrooms $1.99
- Kraft Cool Whip Whipped Topping $.99
- Kraft Philadelphia Cream Cheese $1.99
Meat & Deli
- Bone-In Pork Steaks $2.29/lb
- Boneless Beef Top Round Roast $3.99
- Farmington Breakfast Sausage Links or Patties 2/$4.00
- Farmington Sausage Ropes $1.99
- Farmington Sausage Ropes $1.99
- Honeysuckle Turkey Breast $1.69/lb
- Honeysuckle Whole Turkey $.49
- Portion Ham $1.29/lb
- Market Selections Parfaits $2.49
- Pilsbury Quick Bread Mix $1.89
- Jamie Lord Harvest Pumpkin Pie $3.99
- Tony’s Pizza $2.99
- General Mills Large Size Cheerios $2.99
- Portside Cooked Shrimp $7.99
Drinks & Snacks
- Oreo Family Size $3.69
- Pepsi Products 6 pack bottles 2/$5.00
- Pringles Super Stack $1.39
- Bruce’s Yams $2.29
- Green Giant Vegetables $.79
- Kurtz Diced Pimentos $.99
- Marcum Turkey Stock $1.99
- Pickwell Farms Jellied Cranberry Sauce $.99
- Progresso Soup $1.79
Dry Packaged Goods
- Hungry Jack Mashed Potatoes $1.79
- Maxwell House Wake up Roast Coffee $5.49
- Stove Top Stuffing $1.99
- Triscuit Crackers or Wheat Thins Original $2.99
- Armour Lunchmakers $.99