Tuesday’s Weekly Consumer Buyline
Tuesday, April 10, 2012
During the 1980’s I published a Weekly Consumer Buyline in Long Beach. If I find the time I may publish it again. It lists some of the best food buys at the Supermarkets. Many do this it on their own. Try it. Ralph is trying to reestablish itself as the supermarket. May I share with you some of the best buys during this past Week- Apr. 3rd to 10th. [not responsible for mistakes in spelling.]
1. Ralphs - Wed. Apr. 4 to Apr. 10, 2012 Steak Sale - Rib T-Bone etc. lb. 50% Off Spiral Slic. Ham - Heartl. etc. lb. $1.47
Ralphs Vegetables - 11.25-15 oz $0.59 Ralph or Birds Eye Vegetables - 10-12oz..88
Ball Park Beef Franks 14-16 oz. 2.50 .
Minute Maid Juice, 59 oz. ( 3).68 Dreyer’s Ice Cream 48 fl. oz. 2.95 Lay’s Potato Chips (L-3) 1.88 Rice A Roni or Pasta Roni 1.00 Golden Fri. or Baked Chick. 12p. 7.99
Ralphs Butter lb. 1.99 Strawberries, 16 oz. (l-3) 1.00 Apples, Gala, Granny, Fuji, Red, lb. .99
Post Cereal, 11-20 oz. 1.88 Pepsi-7 Up-Canada Dry- 12-12,(5)1.99
3. Food 4 Less: Apr. 4 to Tues. Apr. 10, 2012 Farmer John Full Half Ham, lb. $0.87 Boneless Beef Flap Meat, lb. 3.97 Dubuque Canned Ham 5 lbs. 8.99
Farmer J. Skinless Sausage Links. 8 oz..98 5. There are other markets, Stater, Vons
Kraft American Singles 10.7-l2 oz.1.78 Albertsons, Smart and Final, Jons,
Fresh & Easy etc. I apologize for
Farmland Sliced Cooked Ham, 14 oz. 2.28 not posting them due to ignorance in
Celeste Pizza 5-5.96 oz. varieties .88 posting.
20 Pack Bud,Tecate,Miller or Coors 13.88
George H. Kubeck,
Here are some thoughts on the original Weekly Consumer Buyline/Long Beach in the 1980’s and applicable today. This is a conservative common sense approach. All supermarkets are great. The whole idea is to stock up when the price is low for the whole month. Most of the supermarkets we pass by a few times a week. It must be a quick stop to pick up only the specials and move on. We do not have double coupons anymore. Use manufacturer’s coupons when the item is on sale. The Buyline will do the following:
1.) Teach the poor how to fish. Let us not be enablers of the poor.
2.) Teach the middle class survive financially.
3.) Help the entrepreneurs and the rich to make more money and create jobs in our free enterprise system.
P.S. There is a special section in Ralphs which has saved my family over the decades many hundreds of dollars. It’s the one-day old bread and like items at one-half price.