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  • Ralphs: 9/2 – 9/8

    Note: This summary of deals is based on the ad I get in Los Angeles, where Ralphs stores double coupons up to $1 (one like coupon per transaction). I don’t list all of the deals, only what I consider to be really good ones. If I missed any, please let us all know in the comments.

    This big news at Ralphs this week is that they have lowered prices on many items and are tripling coupons for a limited time. Don’t get too excited though – it’s still only up to $1. But it does mean more free items and good deals:

    Dial pump hand soap $1 – use 35 cents off from 8/16 SS, free after triples
    Brut deodorant $1 – use 55 cents off from August All You, free after doubles
    Hefty One Zip bags $1 – use $1 off from 8/30 RP, free after coupon
    Purex detergent $2.99 – use 35 cents off from 8/16 SS, $1.99 after triples
    Bounty single roll $1 – use 25 cents off from 8/30 P&G, 25 cents after triples
    Charmin 4 large rolls $1.88 – use 25 cents off from 8/30 P&G, $1.13 after triples (I’m not sure how big the “large” rolls are; I try to get 20 cents per regular roll, though I’ve been finding this difficult to do lately)

    There’s also a coupon in the weekly ad for four 12-packs of selected varieties of Coke for $1.99 each. Selected varieties of Pepsi and Mountain Dew are 5 for $10 (must buy 5).

    Other good deals:
    Bounty single roll $1 – use 25 cents off from 8/30 P&G, 25 cents after triples
    Dannon Activia $1.88 – use $1 off from 7/26, 8/9 or 8/30 SS, 88 cents after coupon (DanActive is also on sale, but the regular price is about $1.74 at Target)

    Chicken drumsticks or thighs 99 cents/lb
    Green seedless grapes 49 cents/lb
    Russet potatoes or Brown onions 50 cents/lb
    Baby lemons, limes or key limes 99 cents/1 lb bag

    You may also want to check out this LA Times article on the falling cost of groceries at the big chains.

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