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Walmart and Target deals 6/26

Posted June 26, 2011

Here are the best grocery deals from the Walmart and Target ads starting 6/26. There are some very good buys on chicken breast, corn, veggie burgers and more!


Boneless, skinless chicken breast, large pack $1.88/lb

Ball Park franks, 16 oz $1.50 - .75/2 coupon from 6/5 RP = $1.13 each

Pork spareribs $2.07/lb

Tilapia fillets , frozen 2 lbs $6.98 ($3.49/lb - a good price for tilapia)

Joy ice cream cones 12 jumbo or 24 regular $1.00


Sweet Corn 5 for $1 - a good deal!

Strawberries, 1 lb $1.79

Hormel St Louis style ribs $1.99/lb

Ground beef 80% lean $2.49/lb

Morningstar veggie burgers $2.99 - $1 printable manufacturer's coupon HERE. AND $1/2 Target printable coupon from the Target.com website HERE .  Total for 2 after 2 of the $1 coupons and 1 of the $1/2 store coupons = $1.49 per box (a very good deal for Morningstar and one of my favorite deals this week since we eat these every week! I just wish I could print more than 2 of the $1 coupons since they don't expire until October!)

Coke 12 packs, 12 oz cans $2.50 each (what is nice about this deal is that it does not require a purchase of 5 12-packs to get the $2.50 price like the drug stores and Kroger are requiring this week)

Market Pantry frozen pizza 12 " 3 for $8 ($2.67 each)


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  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Jun 27, 2011

    You never whine at me anyway, but thanks. :-)

  • j3434 Jun 26, 2011

    i always check out the target deals myself...but i somehow don't wander by walmart very often. i'll take it if you put it up, but i'll not whine if you miss doing it. :)

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Jun 26, 2011

    J - This week they had some better deals than usual. Not the case every week but worth mentioning this week. Do you like it??

    I have plenty of Scott q's, Mrs. K, but thank you for offering! And thank you very very much for the veggie burger q's!!!!

  • j3434 Jun 26, 2011

    faye, what's up? you adding target and walmart to your weekly reports? :)

  • thekeslings Jun 26, 2011

    I've got the Morningstar q's printed to send you. Do you use Scott towel products too? For some reason I seem to recall you mentioning that in a blog post... I have some to send you if you do.

  • tldavids Jun 26, 2011

    FYI, the walmart in Clayton no longer gives the overage. Just got back and finally got my free carefree panty liners which were .94 and the coupon was $1 and the cashier said the register now asks him how much the product was so he has to enter exactly how much it was so I got exactly 94 cents off. Still cool to get them for free but what a bummer that you can no longer get the overage.

  • t0tAlChA0s Jun 26, 2011

    That is good info on the chicken. Thank you. I will definitely start checking that next time I buy chicken! Like Faye, I normally buy it from Lowes when it's on sale. (good thing)

  • pss3 Jun 26, 2011

    From my experiences, both the Tyson and Wal-mart brand frozen chicken breasts have lots of extra water/broth in them. Wal-mart is by far the worst...I remember grilling the breasts and asking myself if I bought the tenderloins by the time they were done! I agree with Faye, the Sanderson Farms is good chicken. I also like the Holly Springs chicken that Food Lion sells.

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Jun 26, 2011

    I was too lazy to walk out to the other freezer to check the chicken but I did google it and the Sanderson Farms website indicates that they don't inject any water, salt of anything else into their chicken.


    If you google Tyson and added broth, there are a few sites that indicate Tyson injects the chicken to plump them up. There was no mention of this on the website....no surprise.I can;t confirm or deny based on my very brief "research".

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Jun 26, 2011

    I am the luckiest blogger in the world - thank you all for the Morningstar coupons!!!!!!

    I don't think the Sanderson Farm (which is what I often buy from Lowes Foods when it is $1.99/lb or less) has the added broth, but the chicken I have is in the extra freezer and I am too lazy to go check it right now. :-)