I popped by my local Grocery Outlet today to see what kinds of deals I could find to share with you! As usual, I found lots. Do remember that each store is independently owned and operated, so it’s quite possible you’d find additional deals at your local store!
I found blueberry plants for $1.99 each. (I found the same deal happening last month, too.) There were plants both outside and inside, so make sure to take a look through all of them if you are planning on picking some up!
Have you ever considered shopping at Grocery Outlet to keep your first aid cabinet stocked? I found antibiotic ointment for just $1.79 – that’s a great savings over buying name brand! Even better, this is typical of the prices I’ve found year-round at Grocery Outlet, which means you don’t need to wait for a special sale or coupon offer.
Colgate Wisp – $0.49.
Sonoma Soap & Bubble Bath – $1.99.
I had mentioned in my Welcome to May post that Grocery Outlet is a great source of low-cost sunscreen. In addition to generic labels, I also found name-brand sunscreen at just $4.99. I consider this to be a very good price, coupon or not.
Yoga Mats for $7.99! I regretted not picking up last time my store had these in stock, so I snagged one today! As a side note, I’m no yoga expert, but I’m currently working on the crow pose. So far, I can hold it like 2 seconds (it’s a start, right?). Maybe I’ll be inspired to try again later tonight on my new cute mat!
Tillamook Greek Yogurt – $0.50! They had your regular flavors, too like vanilla, strawberry, and huckleberry. Last month we found hazelnut which was really terrible. I was happy to throw a couple of vanilla and strawberry into my cart this month!
(Just as an aside – most Grocery Outlet stores have a 100% guarantee policy. If you end up buying something, like hazelnut yogurt, that turns out to be less than stellar? Just bring your receipt (and the product, if necessary) for a refund. Make sure to inquire at your store as each is independently owned and operated!)
Pirouline Cookies for $2.99 is a steal anytime of the year, but particularly this time of the year. You generally find these on sale during the holidays.
Cherry tomatoes for $1.50 – these are going to be featured in the recipe I’m working on this month for Grocery Outlet – stay tuned!
Renpure Originals shampoo – just $2.99. I have seen these for between $4.99 – $5.99 at other stores. I had to pick up the green kind today it smelled SO. GOOD. I’m kind of excited about my shower later so I can have yummy smelling hair!
Grocery Outlet is MY FAVORITE place for wine on the cheap! And just because it’s wine on the cheap, doesn’t mean it’s “cheap wine.” In many instances, you’ll find very nice quality wines from around the world! Today I was intrigued by this low-calorie Chardonnay for just $2.99. Elsewhere, you’d pay $10.99! Yeah… that so went into my cart.
If you’re new to Grocery Outlet, I recommend you read my post on Saving money at Grocery Outlet which shares my initial store review and what makes them different.
Enter the Giveaway
Grocery Outlet is graciously giving away TWO $25 gift cards to lucky Coupon Project readers so you can explore the store and see what it is you find…maybe:
- Organic or specialty items
- Seafood, meat or produce
- Health and beauty items
- Gardening or seasonal supplies
To enter this contest, simply leave a comment on this post by Tuesday, May 20th at 12pm PST. Tell me what excites you about shopping at Grocery Outlet, or how you think you might use the gift card. Please
Limit one comment per person. I will close the contest on 5/20 at 12pm and two winners will be selected randomly from all winners and announced here at the blog. Winners will be contacted by email – so please make sure you are including the email on the form that you actually use and read! I have had it happen several times where the winner never responds to my email, and then someone else gets chosen. Don’t let that happen to you!