Two weeks remain in the Pick’n Save “77 Days of Summer” promotion, which ends October 5th. These bargains-- the price of each of which ends in .77-- have held steady for the past two months, and many shoppers have been relieved to know that they don’t have to race to the store before current specials or coupons expire.
Most of these sale items are indeed bargains, and while you need your affinity card (it has changed from the Roundy’s card to a “Fresh Perks” card, which you should have gotten in the mail if you already had a Roundy’s card), you do not need coupons to get these prices, nor are you limited to a specific number of items. But you should still keep track of the weekly ads, because sometimes the weekly circulars or bi-weekly coupon books contain even bigger bargains on the same or very similar items.
What can you get for rock bottom prices as part of this sale? How about Roundy’s sliced white bread for 77¢? Also priced at 77¢ for the duration of the sale are 12 to 16-ounce packages of Creamette pasta, bags of Fresh Express garden salad, 6-ounce containers of Roundy’s Greek yogurt, 8-ounce containers of Roundy’s sour cream or dip, 16-ounce containers of Roundy’s ice cream, and two-liter bottles of 7-Up or Diet 7-Up products.
Other bargains in effect until October 5th include Palermo’s thin-crust Classic pizzas, for $1.77 and 16-to 24-ounce jars of Ragu pasta sauce for that same price. A 64-ounce bottle of Old Orchard juice is also priced at $1.77, as are a number of Kellogg’s cereals.
For $2.77, you could buy a 10 to 16.6-ounce package of Nabisco Oreos, or selected boxes of General Mills cereals. A 28-ounce jar of Jif peanut butter will cost you $3.77, and a large can of Folger’s coffee will cost you $7.77.
There are other “77” bargains to be had throughout the stores. Look for the yellow tags on the shelves to help you spot them. And remember, you can come back next week and the week after and still find these prices in effect.