Wednesday 28 September 2016

Grocery Specials Wednesday 28th September 2016

Here are this week's best grocery specials - 


*  Peters Drumstick 4 Pack-6 Pack1/2 PRICE Was $7.99, Save $4.00  Now $3.99 each

*  Cadbury Sharepack 160g-180gBETTER THAN 1/2 PRICE Was $4.60, Save $2.60 Now $2.00 each   A stockpile worthy price.

*  Doritos Corn Chips 150g-170g or Smith's Crinkle Potato Chips 170g BETTER THAN 1/2 PRICE Was $3.20, Save $1.70  Now $1.50 each.  Stock up for the footy finals,  Cup weekend,  Christmas etc

*  Fantastic Rice Crackers 100g1/2 PRICE Was $1.95, Save $0.98  Now $0.97 each

*  Smith’s Duos Potato Chips 150g1/2 PRICE Was $3.20, Save $1.70  Now $1.50 each

*  Mars Celebrations Boxed Chocolates 300g1/2 PRICE2nd week on sale .Was $10.00, Save $5.00
Now $5.00 each

*  Cadbury Boxed Favourites or Mini Blocks Chocolates 320g1/2 PRICE Was $12.00, Save $6.00
Now $6.00 each

*  30% OFF Black Swan Classic & Wattle Valley Dips

*  Four’N Twenty Classic Meat Pies 4 Pack 700g1/2 PRICE Was $8.00, Save $4.00  Now $4.00 each.  There are lots of other footy type food on sale right now.

*  Heat Beads Barbecue Fuel 4kg1/2 PRICE No rainchecks. Limit 5 bags per customer.Was $9.49, Save $4.75  Now $4.74 each

*  Willow Cooler 25 Litre1/2 PRICE2nd week on sale.Was $42.00, Save $21.00  Now $21.00 each   Makes an impressive and useful present
*  Praise Deli Style Aioli 250mL1/2 PRICE Was $3.99, Save $2.00  Now $1.99 each

*  Fountain Tomato or Barbecue Sauce 2 Litre1/2 PRICE Was $6.00, Save $3.00  Now $3.00 each.  Stockpile for Summer bbqs.

*  Maharajah’s Choice Basmati Rice 5kg1/2 PRICE Was $17.50, Save $8.75  Now $8.75 each

*   Praise Dressing 330mL1/2 PRICE Was $3.50, Save $1.75  Now $1.75 each.  Buy a few for Summer bbqs

*  .Uncle Tobys Cheerios 570g-580g1/2 PRICE Was $6.29, Save $3.15 Now $3.14 each

*  ASC Basa Fillets Thawed1/2 PRICE From the Deli.Was $11.00, Save $5.50 kg Now $5.50 kg.  Ask for frozen stock so you can put it in the freezer.

*  Tip Top Raisin Toast 520g1/2 PRICE Was $5.40, Save $2.70  Now $2.70 each

*  Tip Top English Muffins 6 Pack1/2 PRICE Was $4.90, Save $2.45  Now $2.45 each

*  Colgate Sensitive Pro-Relief Multi-Protection Toothpaste 110g1/2 PRICE Was $10.00, Save $5.00  Now $5.00 each

*  Palmolive Naturals Shower Gel 500mL1/2 PRICE Was $5.39, Save $2.70 Now $2.69 each

*  25% OFF All Rimmel Make-Up

*  Banana Boat Sport Sunscreen Pump SPF 50+ 400g 1/2 PRICE Banana Boat Sunscreen.
Excludes Banana Boat Aloe After Sun & clearance items.Was $20.40, Save $10.20  Now $10.20 each

*  Herbal Essences Shampoo or Conditioner 300mL1/2 PRICE Was $6.49, Save $3.25  Now $3.24 each

*  20% OFF All Toys

*  40% OFF Bonds Men's & Women's Underwear, Socks & Hosiery.Excludes Baby, Kids and clearance items

*  Buy Any 2 Get the 3rd FREE Selected Disney DVDs

*  Nescafé Café Menu 10 Pack 132g-185g1/2 PRICE Was $6.59, Save $3.30  Now $3.29 each


*  Dr Oetker Ristorante Pizza 310-390g Now $3.75 each1/2 Price, Save $3.75

*  MasterFoods Tomato or BBQ Sauce 500ml – Excludes Aussie Grown & Flavoured Sauce Varieties 500ml Now $1.42 each1/2 Price, Save $1.43

*  Sakata Rice Crackers 90-100g Now $1.00 each1/2 Price, Save $1.40

*  Mars Medium Bitesize 140-180g Now $2.12 each1/2 Price, Save $2.13.  Great for Christmas treats.

*    Mars Celebrations 300g Now $5.00 each1/2 Price, Save $5.00

*  Moccona Mixers Pk 10 Now $2.79 each1/2 Price, Save $2.80

*  Robert Timms Coffee 200g Now $4.50 each1/2 Price, Save $4.50

*  Betty Crocker Gluten Free Mix 450-550g**Available in the Health Food Aisle .Now $2.99 each 1/2 Price, Save $3.00.  If this is something you need then buy up big.

*  Cadbury Cooking Chocolate 200-225g Now $2.50 each Save $1.75

*  Spam 340g Now $2.45 each1/2 Price, Save $2.45

*  Alfa One Rice Bran Oil 4 Litre Now $12.00 each1/2 Price, Save $12.00

*  Sunrice Basmati Rice 5 kg Now $9.00 each1/2 Price, Save $9.00

*  Sargents Premium Chunky Pies 700g Pk 4 or Angus Beef 760g Pk 4 Now $4.25 each1/2 Price, Save $4.25

*    Golden Crumpets Rounds Pk 6 Now $1.65 each1/2 Price, Save $1.65

*  Tip Top Cafe Raisin Toast or Cafe Style Breakfast Toast 650g Now $2.95 each1/2 Price, Save $2.95

*  30% off All Scotch-Brite Sponges, Scourers, Cloths & Cleaning Wipes

*  1/2 Price All Gillette^Excludes blades and Value Pack

*  1/2 Price All Banana Boat, Sunsilk Shampoo or Conditioner & Listerine 500ml varieties.

*  30% off All Body Lotion*Excludes Dermaveen, Cetaphil, Clearance Items, Prices Dropped and Low Price Always lines

*  .25% Off All Ecotools

*  30% Off All Sally Hansen

*  Oral B Pro Health Toothpaste 145g Now $2.99 each1/2 Price, Save $3.00

*  20% off iTunes Gift Cards* 20% Off $30, $50, $100



  1. Wendy the Doritos at Coles are cheaper than Aldi (have gone up to $1.99 last time I bought them). These are great for nachos, haystacks, dips etc. and keep for just about forever - well not in our house, we eat them, but they store well. Great stockpile price. I always add a packet of corn chips to the Christmas stockings as a treat too - I need to remember to get four packets and put them in the Christmas box.

  2. New to your blog, I think this should go under thrift things. Sometimes thriftshops (Ops?) do sell textile handkerchiefs, new, sometimes even in the original box, for real cheap. People like to use paper handkerchiefs, I hate them, they are thrown away in open wastebaskets at offices, spreading their bacteria more then textile ones in pockets or ladiesbags, just saying. Besides, they always stick in pockets adhearing to the wash, yuck. I like textile ones, some have childrens colouring books figures or (even) Mic key Mouse etc. You can use them for packaging small gifts with a ribbon (then they can be used by the child as a hanky later), you can sew them onto stronger textile, f.i. coloured sheets that have been worn in the middle cut of quarters, to make a throw or a quilt. Endless possibilities, as there are too for textile ladies hankies, you can even paste a rose or honeybee cut-out to paper and then make a card that is quite unusual. I always buy hankies that are new (or almost new) at thrifts, wash them on high heat after soaking in washing soda. Hey, I might be thrifty, not stupid. When I buy a really good secoond-hand kitchen utensil or cup and saucers, some people say: "Yuck, that is already used by someone, maybe that person was ill ". I answer: I heatwash it, bleach or soda it, wash it hot again, I am sure then it is safe healthwise. Do you take your own dish, cup/saucer, glass, spoon etc. to a restaurant? because all there is used by an other person before you and you do not know if their dishwasher did a good job. Besides, inherited goods are also secondhand, if you think about it and relatively new second hands might be the antiques of the future. I do not feel I have to defend thriftshopping, but sometimes I just can not stand the wrinkly noses and rolling eyes. Cheap (they are at a ld i and l i d l) fleece baby or animal blankets can also be used in multiple not-the-goal ways. I like thinking outside the box, my mother and grandmothers and aunts had to, moneywise as they were. DM


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