<<Is this really true? I thought I had seen sales where if you only bought one, you would get the regular price?>> Sometimes yes, sometimes no. Over the weekend, Safeway had a two-fer sale on ten pound sacks of potatoes --- even ten pounds is something of a stretch for a bachelor to consumer. But the sale actualy permitted purchase of one bag at the sale price of $1.49 or so, so I bought.Yesterday, I shopped for another such special, but they required purchase of two to get the sale price, so I left that item with the cashier to reshelve. I had to buy two gallons of milk to get a $2/gallon price, so now I'm looking for ways to work more milk into my diet than I usually do ---probably worthwhile by itself. Last night I made up a quart of chocolate milk from cocoa, and coffeecake fromscratch. A couple of days into that purchase and I've used a half gallon.And did I tell you about the five pounds of sugar on sale for 99¢? A half dozen bags of sugar line my pantry now.I just love grocery store loss leaders! I think it's a substitute for hunting animals for food. Seattle Pioneer
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