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Black Friday Grocery Store Deals

Posted on Thursday, November 24th, 2011 at 9:12 am
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Usually, when you think about Black Friday deals, you think of department stores.  Grocery stores do not usually have sales specifically for Black Friday.  Instead, they have sales related to the Thanksgiving holiday.  This year, it seems that Black Friday has pushed into Thanksgiving Day.  So, you might as well consider the grocery store Thanksgiving sales as Black Friday deals.

Jewel will have all of its stores open on Thanksgiving Day, November 24, 2011.  You will have to check with your local Jewel store in order to learn the exact hours.  This year, Jewel is having something called “Wish Big Win Big”.  It is a holiday giveaway.  There will be over $30,000,000 in prizes and money saving offers.  Shoppers can play for their chance to win a $25,000 cash prize.

Vons has a deal that will be available from November 20, 2011, through November 23, 2011.  Buy a Vons Gift Card, and you will save on groceries.  You will get $15.00 off your next shopping trip at Vons when you purchase $100.00 worth of participating Gift Cards.  Some of those Gift Cards include: iTunes, JC Penney, Lowe’s, Macy’s. Sears, Kohl’s, and more.

Safeway, which has its products appear in both Vons and Jewel, has a free app for you to download.  It is called The Safeway Chef Assistant.  This app features their exclusive 2-hour Turkey Recipe, and it talks you through how to make that happen.  The app is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad.

Does your local Walmart include a grocery section?  Walmart has many of the foods that people include in a traditional Thanksgiving dinner on sale.  These sale prices will last through November 24, 2011.  A box of Betty Crocker Homemade Stuffing is $0.98.  One package of Idahoan Potatoes is $0.98. One jar of Heinz Home Style Turkey Gravy is $0.98.  Libby’s Canned Vegetables 4-Pack is $2.00.

All Ralph’s stores will be open on Thanksgiving Day.  You have to check with your local Ralph’s to see exactly what their hours will be.  If you have the Ralph’s Card, you can get some excellent deals on the foods that you will want to serve at Thanksgiving dinner.  Tender Gold Turkey, (Frozen, Grade A, 12 to 24lb), is $0.47 per pound.  Green beans are $0.69 per pound.  A ten pound bag of Russet Potatoes is $0.99 each (limit two).  These deals will be offered through November 24, 2011.

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