Below are deals from the Oklahoma area. To see the special purchase and grocery items for your area CLICK this link. Just enter your zip to find the ad for your location
Here’s the Aldi finds for this week!
Oklahoma produce picks:
- avocados 39¢ each (not pictured above)
- celery 69¢ each
- Roma tomatoes 69¢/lb.
- pineapples 99¢ each
- blueberries $1.69/pint
- Little Salad salad bar kits 11.1 – 13.6 oz. $1.99
Under a buck items:
- Dakota’s Pride Chili Beans 15.5 oz. 39¢ (exp. 69¢) – limit 6
- Clancy’s Pretzel Sticks or Minis 16-oz. 49¢ (was 99¢)
- Casa Mamita Diced Tomatoes with Green Chilies 10-oz. 59¢
- Clancy’s Potato Chips 9-10 oz. 69¢ (was $1.39)
- Baker’s Corner Fudge Brownie Mix 18.3 oz. 85¢
- Brookdale Chili Without Beans 15-oz. 89¢ (was $1.39) – limit 6
- Cheese Club Shells and Cheese 12-oz. 69¢ (was 99¢) – limit 6
- Happy Farms Cream Cheese 8-oz. 99¢
- Friendly Farms Regular or Light Sour Cream 16-oz. 99¢
- Dakota’s Pride Flavored Baked Beans 28-oz. 99¢ (was $1.39) – limit 6
- Parkview Uncured Jumbo Franks 15-oz. 99¢ (was $1.29)
- Clancy’s White Round Tortilla Chips 13-oz. 99¢ (was $1.69!)
- Clancy’s Restaurant Style Tortilla Chips 13-oz. 99¢ (was $1.69!)
Weekly meat/fish specials:
- Family Pack Chicken Wings $1.99/lb. (average weight 4-5 lbs) – limit 4
- Fresh St. Louis Style Spareribs $1.99/lb.
- Custom Made Meals Bacon-Wrapped Jalapeno Peppers $6.49/lb.
- Fremont Fish Market Whole Lobster 18-oz. frozen $9.99
Hot item of the week:
- Valentine’s Day cards 99¢
- Crofton valentine silicone bakeware $3.99!
New to Aldi?
- Aldi does not accept coupons.
- You’ll need a quarter to get a shopping cart but you’ll get it back when the cart is returned.
- Be sure and bring recycle bags for your groceries.
- Aldi mainly carries their own brands but does have a few national brand items.
- Aldi produce prices are usually the best anywhere.
- I’ve tried many of the Aldi brand items and they are for the most part just as good or better than the national brand.
- How does Aldi sell their products so cheap? Check out our post: The “Truths” About Aldi