I stopped by my local Grocery Outlet this week to scope out some deals for all of you and I found some good ones!
The important thing to remember when shopping the Grocery Outlet is that their stock and prices continually change based on what deals they can get from manufacturers, so you will encounter a slightly different store each time you shop. When you spot a deal that you’re excited about, that’s the time to stock-up! There’s no guarantee that the item will be there the next time you shop.
Side note: The Grocery Outlet cannot accept manufacturer’s coupons.
Here are a few examples of the great deals I found at the Gresham Grocery Outlet. Please note that your local store may or may not carry the same products or have the same prices.
Best find of the day? Hebrew National Hot Dogs for $.99.
Several sandwich condiments for super cheap, including Kraft Sandwich Mayo for $.33.
Snacks! My favorite was the Barbara’s Whole Wheat Fig Bars for $.50 per package.
Stuffing for $.99 per box. We can typically get Stove Top Stuffing for less than this before Thanksgiving, but it’s not November and this box is much larger than Stove Top.
And I love the Grocery Outlet’s dairy case! Low Fat Cottage Cheese for $.50 and a 4-pack of yogurt for $.29.
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