Save-A-Lot Weekly Ad & Matchup 2/10/21 – 2/16/21

Check out the Save A Lot Weekly Ad 2/10 – 2/16


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 Matchups on one page using coupons to help you save money! Scroll below the Ad Scan to see the Coupon Matchups!

Save-A-Lot Weekly Ad

Shopping Facts about Save-A-Lot Ad Deals:

– Each store has a different coupon policy so make sure to check your store!!- “Save-A-Lot customer service often receives questions about the coupon policy. Because they operate more than 800 independently licensed stores, each store tends to have its own coupon policy. Across all corporate stores, they do not double coupons, but they do try to accept internet and manufacturer’s coupons (one per item)”- For the most up-to-date and specific information about the Save-A-Lot coupon policy in your area, we recommend contacting your local store. To find local information and contact Save-A-Lot stores near you, use our store locator.- Find your local store here. store locator here

This Weeks Ad 2/10 – 2/16

Save-A-Lot Weekly Ad & Matchup

SAL 2/10-2/16

Here’s What’s on Sale This Week
  

Produce

Meat & Deli

  • Boneless Ribeye Steaks $5.99/lb
  • Fresh Beef Tenderloin $6.99/lb
  • Boneless Pork Loin Roast $1.69/lb

General

  • One Dozen Roses $16.99

Bakery

  • Café Valley Soda Cakes $4.49
  • Fluffy Brown 'n Serve Rolls $1.39
  • Grissom's Brownie Bites $2.99
  • Grissom's Cheesecake Sampler $9.89
  • Grissom's Crème Cakes $3.99
  • Grissom's Iced Brownies $3.99
  • Lofthouse Valentine Cookies $2.49

Freezer

Seafood

  • Portside Cooked Shrimp 1lb bag $6.99

Drinks & Snacks

Condiments & Sauces

  • Olive Garden Signature Italian Dressing $2.99
  • Kurtz Salad Dressing $.99

Dry Packaged Goods

  • Dish'd Original Mashed Potatoes $1.49
  • Dish'd Pasta Sides $.79
  • Kurtz Croutons $.99
  • Marcum Chicken Gravy Mix $.35
  • Maxwell House Wake Up Roast $5.99
  • So-Cheezy Shells & Cheese $1.49

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Save-A-Lot Shopping Tips

Save-A-Lot is a great place to get some of your staple items like meats, veggies, and fruits. I’m always impressed at how amazing the prices can be on these items, and I can’t tell you how many times I’ve walked out with a large load of groceries for under $20! So here’s a list of some of the strategies I like to use when shopping there—I’m confident they will help you save a lot too!

1.  Follow the sales ad

The first thing I like to do when planning a trip to Save-A-Lot is look up the sales in their weekly flyer. I love all the deals they have from meats and dairy, to cereal and snacks.  There’s always something worth stocking up on each week.

2. Know their must-buy items

Next, there are a few must-buy items at Save-A-Lot. They’re must-buys because of their consistently good prices. For example, when I want to make vegetable soup or fruit salad, I’ll stock up on all of my needed fruits and veggies at Save-A-Lot and skip those items at other stores like Walmart.

Must-Buy items:

  • Fruits
  • Vegetables
  • Meats
  • Dairy
  • Canned Goods
  • Ice Cream

3. Bring your coupons

My local store only accepts insert coupons and has stopped accepting printable coupons unless they’re Save-A-Lot printable coupons. Check your store to see what their coupon policy may be. I like how you can find name brand items for a discounted price. One week they had Ragu Pasta Sauce on sale for $1.49 and I had a $1.00 off any Ragu product coupon, making my final price only $0.40! So, keep an eye out to see which of your coupons will make a great score when paired with one of their weekly sales.

4. Buy their store brand

I’ve had great experiences with their store brand food items! And I particularly like their canned goods. Green beans, tomatoes, corn, and more are all available for such competitive prices, it’s hard to buy them anywhere else!

5. Check out our budget-friendly recipes

I know I’m not the only one who hits a roadblock at dinnertime. We all get stuck in a rut with what to make, so it’s nice to have a place to browse for fresh ideas. Not only are there new recipes to revamp your weekly routine, but we also include Save-A-Lot brands and food items! This saves so much time and money.

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