The eleven Balistreri owned and operated Sendik’s food markets have brought back their “Seven Days, Seven Ways to Save” sale. They never tell you how long these sales will go on, but the fall one is usually good well into October.
This time they are locking in bargain prices for specific products on each of four days during the week, but varying the bargains for the weekends.
What this means is that every Monday during this promotion, you can buy Sendik’s Black Forest ham or Sendik’s smoked turkey in the deli for $3.99 a pound, though you're limited to two pounds of each. On Tuesdays, you can buy a value pack (usually three pounds or more) of Sendik's Natural ground chuck for $2.49 a pound (with a limit of six pounds.)
On Wednesdays, they offer the phenomenal bargain price of 25¢ a pound for Turbana bananas (with a limit of 10 lbs.) and they also have Fyffe’s pineapples at $2.50 each (there’s a limit of four).
Thursdays. you can buy up to two one-gallon bottles of Sendik’s milk-- any variety, including chocolate-- for only $2 each.
The Friday, Saturday, and Sunday sales vary from week to week. This Friday, September 21st, you can buy Palermo’s Primo thin pizzas for $3 each (there’s a limit of three). Saturday, you can buy pork shoulder roasts for $1.99 a pound (limited to two roasts), and Sendik’s home-made Italian sausage for only $2.99 a pound (limited to 5 pounds). Sunday, the sale (and indulgence) is Sendik’s doughnuts from their bakery counter-- any variety-- 50¢ each (there’s a limit of six).
Next weekend’s sales will be announced on Tuesday night on their website (http://www.sendiksmarket.com/home/specials/weekly_ad/ or you can pick up a flyer in the stores on Wednesday. No affinity card is required to take advantage of these prices.