You can print coupons and find grocery specials using Patch's new "Grocery Specials" section.
In September we announced the launch of our new Tucker "Grocery Specials" section. Have you had the chance to check it out? It's pretty handy for finding local deals. It allows you to browse local grocery coupons and weekly specials. Similar to the weekly circulars found in print newspapers by each local retailer, the Grocery Specials section has hundreds of retailers’ specials in one place. This section uses a third-party (Grocery Server) to deliver local grocery data. There are two ways to access Grocery Specials from Tucker Patch: Or just click HERE to go to the new section. What do you think of Patch's cool new feature?
Price comparison for three local stores.
Prices are creeping up for everything, and groceries are no exception. This week, I did a price check at three local stores in an attempt to figure out which store was cheapest. For my comparison, I went to the Tucker Publix, Kroger and Ingles stores on the corner of Lawrenceville Highway and Hugh Howell Road. I priced out five common items to see how the stores compared. All items listed are the store brand, non-sale price. Here are the results: Publix: 100% whole wheat bread: $1.79 1 gallon 1% milk: $3.19 1 dozen large eggs: $1.59 1 lb. boneless, skinless chicken breast: $4.39 1 lb. red delicious apples: $1.49 Total: $12.45 Ingles: 100% whole wheat bread: $1.88 1 gallon 1% milk: $2.75 1 dozen large eggs: $1.59 1 lb. boneless …