No Frills Flyer and Best Deals this Week (Western Canada) – Cheapest groceries

Hello again! This time we’re checking out the best deals for Western Canada in No Frills’ latest grocery flyer. Need Ontario’s flyer instead? We just listed that one too, over here. For now, let’s take a look at the very best deals No Frills has in their flyer this week. No frills continues to be one of the very best places to get the cheapest groceries in Canada, so these flyers help to stretch your grocery budget further. Let’s go! All prices and sales are in effect July 16 to 22, 2021 unless otherwise noted.

Best No Frills Deals this Week on BAKERY AND BREAD

  • Country Harvest bread, regular size loaves 2 for $4.00 (If buying less than 2 it’s $2.47 each)
  • Old Mill hamburger or hot dog buns – 12 buns – $2.00 each

Best No Frills Deals this Week on DAIRY AND MILK

  • Becel margarine, small size tubs $2.87 plus 500 PC Optimum points
  • No Name sour cream, 500 ml tubs $1.97
  • Philadelphia cream cheese (small size packs) OR Cheez Whiz, 450 grams $2.97 plus 500 points
  • Yoplait Source yogurt, package of 16 OR Liberte Greek OR Mediteranee (900 gram tubs) $4.97 plus 1000 points

Best No Frills Deals this Week on FROZEN FOODS

  • Breyer’s Creamery style ice cream OR Klondike bars, including their new Klondike ‘Donuts’ with cool fillings like Boston Cream (Wow! How incredible does THAT sound?!?) $2.97 each
  • Janes breaded chicken OR Sufra Halal OR PC Plant based breaded chicken (Meat-free) – selected varieties and sizes $4.97 (Wow, a savings of up to $6.00!)
  • No Name frozen egg rolls, 1.25 kg box $8.97

Best No Frills Deals this Week on GROCERIES AND FOOD (Pantry items)

  • Bertolli olive oil 750ml or 1 liter sizes, selected varieties $7.97 plus 1000 points
  • Coca Cola or Canada dry soft drinks (soda/pop) – 24 cans for $8.47
  • Hereford canned corned beef $2.97
  • Kind bars, 12 pack $13.97
  • No Name jam or marmalade, 500 ml jars $2.00 each
  • No Name Ketchup (1 liter) OR Salad dressings (950 ml) $2.00 each
  • No Name Peanut butter, 1 kg jars $2.47 each (Super deal! Lowest price peanut butter this week.)
  • Red Rose Tea, large 216 bags size $7.97 plus 2000 points
  • Starbucks coffee pods (compatible with Nespresso makers), 53-57 gram packages OR small packs of Starbucks roast coffee $7.97 each with 2000 points back

Best No Frills Deals this Week on HEALTH AND BEAUTY products

  • Crest toothpaste (original), 50 or 100 ml tubes OR Oral B manual toothbrush OR Essential floss (50 meters) $1.00 each
  • Irish Spring bar soap (6 x 90 gram bars) OR Body wash (532 ml) OR Soft Soap body wash (591 ml) $2.97 each

Best No Frills Deals this Week on MEAT

  • Chicken drumsticks or thighs, fresh $2.97/lb (Club size packs)
  • Marc Angelo sausages (675 grams) OR Beyond Meat Italian sausages (meat-free/plant based) $7.97 each
  • Pork chops (called pork combo chops, bone in) $1.97/lb (Save $2.50/lb this week)
  • Ziggy’s sliced deli meats, various sizes and types $5.00 each

Best No Frills Deals this Week on PRODUCE

  • Blueberries, grown locally in Western Canadian provinces – Full pint size – $1.97 each
  • Carrots, fresh bunch with greens $1.47 each
  • Cauliflower $2.97
  • Cherries (hooray!!) $2.47/lb
  • Cilantro $0.77 each
  • Kiwi $0.67 each
  • Lettuce, PC Boston Living $1.97 (Grown in Western provinces)
  • Onions, 3 lb bag $1.97
  • Potatoes, 10 lb bag $3.97
  • Red mangoes $0.97 each (product of Mexico)
  • Tomatoes on the Vine (grown in Western provinces) $0.97/lb
  • Watermelon, whole seedless (11 lb average size) $4.97

SPECIAL PC OPTIMUM OFFERS THIS WEEK AT NO FRILLS

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Get more PC Optimum points at No Frills this week
  • Produce Offer: This offer is in effect from July 16 to August 12, 2021. When you buy any of these 4 items, get 4000 points: Package of 5 or 6 avocadoes, Fresh head of broccoli, Bag of 3lbs mandarin oranges, or a package of 4 sweet peppers.
  • Campbell’s ready to eat soup OR Habitant ready to eat soup – Get 4000 points back for every $10 spent on these soups
  • Coppertone sun care products, like sunscreen or sunblock – Get 3000 points back for every $15 spent

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No Frills Best Flyer Deals this Week – Ontario – Cheapest groceries and food

No Frills is an awesome grocery store to choose if you want to save some serious cash on your groceries here in Canada. These are the very best deals and loss leaders this week at NO FRILLS in the Ontario region(Looking for WESTERN CANADA’S FLYER?( No worries, we just posted those deals too.) Flyer prices are in effect July 15 to July 21, 2021 – so the sale prices start today! And remember – you can also collect PC Optimum points at No Frills. Yes!!

No Frills Best Prices on BAKERY AND BREAD this Week

  • Country Harvest bread OR D’Italiano OR Wonder Ballpark buns (hamburger or hot dog) $2.47 each
  • Old Mill hot dog or hamburger buns – 8 buns in each pack – 2 for $2.00

No Frills Best Prices on CLEANING AND HOUSEHOLD products this Week

  • Mr. Clean liquid (1.35 liter) OR Clean Freak refill (473 ml) OR Febreze air care/air fresheners OR Dawn liquid dish soap (828 ml size) OR Magic Erasers (in the 2 package size OR 8 sheets) $2.97 each AND 500 points
  • Persil laundry detergent (2.2 liters) OR Persil laundry detergent discs (40’s) $8.97

No Frills Best Prices on BEVERAGES AND DRINKS this Week

  • Allen’s fruit cocktail drinks – 21×200 ml boxes – $2.87
  • Coca Cola or Canada Dry soft drinks – 24 cans for $8.47 (Also the same price for a pack of 20 Nestea iced tea)
  • Pepsi beverages – 24 cans for $8.77
  • Red Rose tea, 216 bags $7.97 plus 2000 points
  • Starbucks coffee pods (Nespresso compatible) 53 to 57 gram package size $7.97 plus 2000 points

No Frills Best Prices on DAIRY AND MILK this Week

  • Becel margarine (small size) $2.87 plus 500 POINTS
  • Iogo yogurt, package of 16 $4.97 plus 500 points
  • Neilson TruTaste 1%, 2%, skim milk or chocolate milk (4 liter size) OR Lactose free milk in the 2 liter size $3.97 each
  • No Name sour cream, 500 ml $1.57
  • Philadelphia cream cheese (regular packs) OR 450 gram jars of Cheez Whiz $2.97 plus 500 points
  • Yoplait Simply 3 yogurt, Liberte Mediteranee yogurt OR Skyr yogurt (500 grams) $2.97 plus 500 points
  • Yoplait Source or Yoplait Creamy (package of 16 mini tubs) OR Mediteranee yogurt (900 grams) $4.97 plus 1000 points

No Frills Best Prices on FROZEN FOOD this Week

  • Breyer’s creamery style ice cream OR frozen dessert OR Klondike bars in the 4 or 6 bar package sizes $2.88 each
  • Stouffer’s or Lean Cuisine frozen meals $2.00 each
  • Stouffer’s Bowl Fulls frozen meals OR Fit Bowls frozen meals $3.97 each plus 500 points

No Frills Best Prices on GROCERIES this Week (Pantry items)

  • Bertolli olive oil in 750 ml or 1 liter sizes (selected types) $7.97 plus 1000 points
  • Cadbury family size chocolate bars (like Dairy Milk, my favourite!!) OR Sweet Sixteen bags of candy (185 grams) $2.00 each
  • General Mills family size cereals (like Honey Nut Cheerios, Cheerios or Cinnamon Toast Crunch) $4.97 plus 1000 points
  • Hereford canned corned beef – 340 grams – $2.97
  • Kraft peanut butter (750 grams or 1 kg size) OR Kraft hazelnut spread (their version of Nutella) in the 725 gram size $3.77
  • Quaker oats (900 grams or 1 kg) OR Steel cut oats (709 grams) $2.47
  • Swift ham, canned 454 grams $3.97 plus 250 points

No Frills Best Prices on Health and Beauty this Week

  • Crest toothpaste OR Oral B manual toothbrush OR Essential floss (50 meters) $1.00 each
  • Vaseline lotion OR Vaseline cream (227 grams or 600 ml sizes) $6.97 each AND 2000 points

No Frills Best Prices on MEAT this Week

  • Bone-in skinless chicken breasts (Save $2.20/lb this week) $2.88/lb for the Club Size packs (Please note that these are bone-in, not boneless chicken breasts.)
  • Chicken, extra lean ground – $3.97/lb
  • PC Pub Recipe, Plant Based or Free From breaded chicken (differing package sizes) $5.97
  • Piller’s sliced deli meats (150-200 grams) $4.00
  • Pork, lean ground $3.97/lb
  • Schneider’s frozen chicken wings – Save up to $7.00 – 615 gram boxes – $5.97
  • Schneider’s Red Hots OR Maple Leaf Top Dog hot dogs – 375 grams – $2.50 each

No Frills Best Prices on PRODUCE This Week

  • Apples, McIntosh – 4 lb bag $3.97
  • Blueberries, full pint size $2.47
  • Cantaloupe $2.97
  • Cauliflower $2.97
  • Cherries, $3.47/lb
  • Cucumbers, English $0.97 each
  • Kale $1.47
  • Lemons 2 for $1.00
  • Lettuce – Local, fresh lettuce (grown by Bayshore Vegetable shippers) – Romaine, red leaf lettuce, or green leaf lettuce $1.67 each
  • Oranges, navel $0.97/lb
  • Potatoes, 10 lb bag Farmer’s Market Russet potatoes $2.97 each
  • Strawberries – 1 lb clamshell packs – $1.67 each

SPECIAL OPTIMUM OFFERS THIS WEEK AT NO FRILLS

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Finding the best PC Optimum deals and offers this week! All at No Frills Ontario
  • PRODUCE OFFER: From July 15 to August 11, 2021 – Get 4000 points when you buy any of the following items: package of 6 avocadoes, fresh head of broccoli, 1.5 lb Farmer’s Market clementines (mandarins), Package of 4 sweet peppers.
  • GAS OFFER THIS WEEK AT ESSO OR MOBIL – Earn double points on gas this weekend
  • Campbell’s ready to eat or Habitant soups – For every $10 spent get 4000 points back (For this week only.)
  • Coppertone suncare products, such as sunblock or sunscreen – For every $15 spent get 3000 points

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10 Ways to Save Money on Groceries and Food in Canada – Offline and Online Shopping Tips

There is no denying it – what we spend on food can cost us a huge portion of our income. And, with prices of food seemingly going up continuously, we all are looking for ways to save on our weekly grocery bills. Here are our top 10 ways to save on groceries starting today.

1. Change Supermarkets or Grocery stores

I know, you’ve shopped at your favourite store forever and so did your Mama and your grandmother. Maybe the store you shop at is very comfortable for you – you know where everything is located, and you even know the names of your favourite cashiers! I get it. But, changing to a lower-cost supermarket can save you immense amounts of money. Stores like Walmart and No-Frills are much lower cost than high-end grocery stores.

2. Shop at multiple grocery stores

Instead of hitting up only one store every week, make a detailed list of the best sales (or loss leaders) at every store, and stock up on those. This one tip alone will save you a huge amount of money!

3. Search grocery flyers or flyer apps before you head out

Apps like Flipp have made browsing through grocery flyers a way easier task! You can even create a shopping list of all the specials at each store, and then access that list easily on your smartphone. Or, of course there are still paper flyers that you can peruse. This way you are armed with the information on what each store has on sale this week, allowing you to get the best deals. And therefore – save your money!

4. Make a price book

This has been a frugal living tip for a long time, as any longtime frugalites will know! What is a price book? Basically, a notebook (or digital file on your phone or tablet) where you keep track of the best prices in your area for the food you buy. This is helpful because it is such a personal document – you will know what is truly a good deal when organic strawberries are on sale, for instance. You only need to keep track of the things you regularly purchase. It’ll help you understand when something is actually a very good deal. Making your own price book will help you save money because you’ll know what is and isn’t a good deal on the food YOU purchase the most often.

5. Shop at Farmer’s Markets or Local produce markets

Ahhh, I love an afternoon at the Farmer’s Market! But, some of these markets are quite pricey along with their charm and quaintness. Ask around to find the best markets with the lowest prices. Sometimes shopping nearer the end of the day means you can snag a deal on produce that the grower doesn’t want to drag back home with them. Plus, local produce markets are also popping up all over the place – one here in Calgary to try is Fresh & Local. (Located quite centrally on Macleod Trail.) But again, you can find these markets in your local area by searching ‘local markets’, ‘farmers markets + your city’ on Google.

Covid update: It’s not as easy to browse and relax at farmers markets now, but they are still an excellent resource for the freshest produce. Simply plan your trip beforehand, and hit up the stalls you like the best. And of course, always wear a face mask or face covering.

6. Shop at Outlet food stores

I was recently told a tip about an Italian outlet market here in Calgary! It’s called Scarpone’s, and is located in the North of Calgary. There you can get amazing deals on their own canned tomatoes, and items like olives, olive oils, capers and pasta sauces. Ask around in your area, or head to trusty Google and type in ‘outlet food stores’ + ‘your city’ to find some hidden treasures you may never have known existed. (Another good resource to know about is McGavin’s Bread Basket. This store sells bread that is still a number of days out from being past its Best Before date. You can stock up, and freeze the bread, rolls, bagels or English muffins. It is a huge savings on the cost of a regular loaf of bread! And since I have to eat gluten free, the savings are even more tremendous.)

7. Use coupons on groceries

Coupons are one of those things you either love, or you roll your eyes in disgust at the very thought of! I think I’m somewhere in the middle. I usually have a few clipped coupons in my wallet, but only on items that I would normally buy. And apps like Checkout 51 make clipping coupons as easy as tapping your smartphone screen. (In fact, you get credited a cash amount – say, $1.00 – after you purchase a certain product and prove that you purchased it by scanning the receipt and sometimes also the UPC. Once you reach a $20.00 threshold, you are sent a cheque! I have indeed received such a cheque, and can verify that this is a worthwhile app to have.)

8. Check clearance sections at supermarkets

The clearance sections of your grocery store can provide all sorts of goodies! Sometimes you can even match a clearance price with a coupon, or a digital coupon on Checkout 51. Score! Double savings, folks. You can find a regular merchandise clearance, a produce clearance, and often a fresh foods clearance. You’ll have to keep your eyes open to find where your store has all the different reduced food sections. Usually these food items have a short best before date, so use up this good food and know that you’re preventing it from being dumped in the landfill! Get used to the type of sales sticker your grocery stores use to markdown their merchandise – sometimes they are yellow stickers, or red stickers. Then, you can look for that telltale sign when you’re searching for markdowns.

9. Try generic or store brand food

Generic or no name products are often just as good as their more highly-advertised, brand name counterparts. Store brands are a good compromise on a product that is just as good as a brand name, but is usually quite a bit cheaper.

10. Shop for groceries online

Many of my friends swear by online grocery shopping. You choose all the food items you want, and then simply go to the store to pick your order up. Some stores have a fee for this service, but it might be worthwhile if it prevents you from impulse buying. Don’t have a car to go pick up your groceries? Then, check out if your local food stores have a delivery service to have your groceries delivered right to your door.

Now, in the time of COVID, online grocery ordering makes more sense than ever before. We use SaveOn Foods online grocery shopping all the time, and we love it! With SaveOn here in Calgary, there is no fee whatsoever for having a personal shopper do your grocery shopping for you. This is the safest way to grocery shop in the time of the pandemic, and we are very grateful to have it as an option.

Bonus Tip – Check Amazon Grocery deals of the day

If you’re comfortable grocery shopping online (and more and more of us ARE now, because of the pandemic we’re living through!) then you need to check out which items Amazon has on sale. This one link will show you the best sale items on food and groceries. You know Amazon though – those deals won’t last! AMAZON GROCERY DEALS TODAY. These are pantry stock up items like: canned soups and chili, spices, ground or whole bean coffee, and of course CHOCOLATE!

We hope that our list of grocery shopping savings tips will help you save some of your hard earned money. With a little pre-planning, a bit of browsing through flyers or flyer apps, and a little effort you can both save money AND eat like a king or queen.

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No Frills Flyer this week – the Huge Sale (Dollar Days) – starting October 30, 2020

Hi everyone! For all of us who love shopping at No Frills for their super low prices, then this week you’ll be especially happy. Why? Because this week they have their HUGE SALE going on (I also think of it as Dollar Days, because most of the sales are in even dollar amounts – $1, $2, $3 and so on.)

Let’s review what some of the best deals are at No Frills this week! And remember that you can collect PC Optimum points at No Frills – a great way to earn up points, and save up towards getting something special for free. Or, it’s an excellent way to bank up points so that you can get free groceries if you ever need to. Remember that 10,000 points equals $10 of free stuff.

These flyer prices are in effect October 30-November 5, 2020.

No Frills PRODUCE Deals

  • Acorn squash, butternut squash, kabocha or spaghetti squash – only $1/lb
  • Ambrosia apples – 3 lb bag of orchard run apples for $3 (That’s only a buck a pound. Good deal on Ambrosia apples.)
  • Ataulfo mangoes 2/$3 (Or $1.77 each if buying less than 2)
  • Beefsteak tomatoes $2/lb
  • Celery – 1 bunch for $2
  • Eggplants $2/lb
  • Farmer’s Market grape tomatoes $2
  • Farmer’s Market mini cucumbers (package of 6) – $3
  • Farmer’s Market sweet peppers $3 for a package of 4 peppers
  • Green onions 3/$2 (if buying less than 3 it’s $0.87 each bunch)
  • Limes – 3 for $1 (Or if buying less than 3 it’s $0.47 each)
  • Navel oranges $1/lb
  • Organic avocadoes – package of 3 for $4
  • Organic blackberries or raspberries $4 (6 oz clamshell)
  • PC Organics salad blends (organic salads) $3 each
  • PC Organics whole white mushrooms – 227 gram package – $2
  • Pomegranates $1 each
  • Red plums $2/lb
  • Russet potatoes – 5 lb bag – Only $1
  • Sweet potatoes $1/lb

No Frills MEAT Deals

  • Boneless pork chops – 300 gram packs – $3
  • Chicken drumsticks $3/lb
  • Janes boneless chicken bites OR fillets – selected types and varieties – frozen – 800 gram size – $12
  • Outside round oven roast $5/lb (or $11.02/kg)
  • PC Free From bacon $5
  • PC Free From Whole chickens $4/lb
  • Regular ground beef, 375 gram tray – only $2
  • Schneiders protein kits OR Lunchmate stackers OR Burns wieners $2

No Frills DAIRY AND MILK Deals

  • Armstrong or PC shredded cheese (320 grams) OR Armstrong cheese bars (400 or 450 gram size packs) $4
  • Babybels 120 or 129 gram size $3 (Or PC topped hummus $3)
  • Bellaberry Cheesecake – 100 gram individual cheesecakes $1.00 each
  • I Can’t Believe It’s not Butter margarine spread $1
  • Joyya ultrafiltered milk (super high protein milk) $2 for 1 Liter size
  • Dairyland cottage cheese (500 gram tub) $3
  • Nestle shakes, Beatrice or Dairyland chocolate milk (different brands depending on which province you’re in) – 473 ml size $1 each

No Frills GROCERY Deals

  • Annie’s snacks (such as their bunny grahams) OR Smart Sweets low sugar candy $3
  • Aylmer accents tomatoes OR Clover Leaf tuna (85 gram or 170 gram cans) OR Brunswick sardines or fillets – $1
  • Betty Crocker cookie mix OR Super Moist cake mix OR frosting $1
  • Coca Cola OR Pepsi in the 2 liter bottle size – only $1 each
  • Dare Bear Paws cookies OR Wagon Wheels OR Viva Puffs $2
  • Enjoy Life gluten free cookies and bars $3 (Very good deal on these! And we know a bit about gluten free food ;0) )
  • Five Alive drinks – 1.75 L – $2
  • Gatorade sport drinks OR Sparkling Ice flavoured water $1
  • Heinz beans OR Heinz Alphagetti $1 a can
  • Kellogg’s cereal like Rice Krispies or Froot Loops $2 (regular size boxes)
  • Knorr sidekicks side dishes OR Uncle Ben’s fast and fancy rice packets $1
  • Knorr or Lipton soup mixes OR Campbell’s chunky soup OR Everyday Gourmet soup $2 each
  • Kraft Dinner (KD) Package of 4 boxes for $3
  • Kraft salad dressing OR Diana BBQ sauce $2
  • Larbars (16 pack) OR Larabar protein bars (12 in a box) $14
  • M&M’s or Skittles bagged candies $2
  • Maxwell House coffee (631 grams or 925 gram size) $7 and get 1000 bonus PC optimum points
  • Minute Maid OR Nestea iced tea drink boxes – packs of 8 or 10 individual drinks 2 for $5
  • Monster drinks OR Red Bull OR Evian natural spring water (1.5 l size on the water) $2
  • Mott’s Fruitsations (6’s) or Fruit bowls OR Go Go Squeeze pouches $2
  • Mr. Noodles instant ramen noodles 4 for $1
  • Nature Valley bars, Betty Crocker or Mott’s Fruit snacks $2
  • Nissin noodles 2 for $1
  • Oasis juice OR Del Monte nectar OR PC 100% juice $1 each
  • Old El Paso taco seasoning packets $1
  • PC Tortilla chips OR salsa $2
  • Pepperidge Farms goldfish crackers $2 (assorted varieties)
  • Pillsbury frozen cinnamon rolls (or other refrigerated baking goods) $2
  • Pringles mega size potato chips $2
  • SkinnyPop popcorn – large bag – $5
  • SunRype juice – 900 ml or 1 liter sizes $1
  • Terra Vegetable chips $3
  • Tim Hortons granola bars $2 (This must be a new product – I’ve not seen these before. Has anyone tried them?)
  • Tim Hortons canned soup $2
  • Tutto Bene noodles OR Mario’s canned chicken $1
  • Quaker Harvest crunch cereal OR instant oatmeal $2
  • Unico canned beans OR chickpeas OR tomatoes $1
  • Unico vegetable oil – 2 liter bottle – $2

No Frills FROZEN Deals

  • Astro yogurt OR No Name processed cheese slices $2
  • Chapman’s Original ice cream (2 liters), or Chapman’s Collection novelties frozen ice cream treats (such as ice cream bars) – $3
  • Cheemo perogies $2
  • Dr. Oetker Momenti frozen pizzas OR Giuseppe garlic fingers $3
  • Highliner fries and fish OR Fish burgers $2
  • Liberte Miditerranee yogurt or Greek blueberry yogurt OR Astro Smooth ‘n Fruity yogurt OR yoplait yop smoothies $1
  • Michelina’s frozen meals $1 (Wow! Excellent price)
  • No Name frozen waffles (8 pack) OR No Name frozen orange juice concentrate $1
  • Parlour ice cream treats – such as ice cream sandwiches – $2
  • Pillsbury toaster strudels $2
  • Swift frozen meat pies (beef, chicken or turkey pot pies) – 190 gram size – $1 each
  • Yoplait Source yogurt (650 gram tub) or Yoplait tubes OR Minigo $2

No Frills Deli Deals

  • Piller’s deli meats – 125 gram or 175 gram size – $2
  • Sunrise tofu dessert – $1

No Frills Bakery Deals

  • Country Harvest bread OR garlic bread $2
  • Deli World light rye bread OR Casa Mendosa tortillas OR La Baguetterie miche bread $3
  • Old Mill English muffins – 6 pack – $1
  • PC Organics bread $3
  • Wonder bread or rolls $2

No Frills Cleaning and Household Deals

  • No Name white napkins – big pack of 250 for $2
  • Purex laundry detergent $3
  • Renuzit air freshener $1
  • Vim liquid cleanser $2

No Frills Health and Beauty Deals (and Baby Stuff)

  • Colgate toothpaste OR Colgate or Oral-B toothbrushes $1 (regular varieties, not the fancy types)
  • Dove bar soap (3 pack) OR Dove Body wash OR Dove Deodorant or Antiperspirant OR Degree Men’s deodorant or body spray $4
  • Pampers, Huggies or PC baby Wipes $2

Lowest price groceries at No Frills

This week I’m convinced all over again that the lowest price groceries are to be found at No Frills! Hope this round-up of this week’s deals and specials helped you plan your grocery shopping AND helps you save a bunch of money.

No Frills Flyer Deals this Week – Grocery savings in Canada

Does No Frills have the cheapest grocery prices in Canada? We’re going out on a limb and declaring that YES, they do! And, even if you can’t get to a No Frills to do your shopping this week, you can download their latest flyer on your Flipp app, and shop somewhere like Walmart or Superstore – where they price match. A post on price matching is coming up soon! Watch for it.

(Oh, and before you head out to No Frills to stock up on bargains check out our article on our favourite eco-friendly produce bags. These are environmentally friendly ways to tote your stash of fresh fruits and veggies.)

Best No Frills Deals this Week – Starting July 5, 2019 – Includes amazing 50 Cent deals

Please note that these prices are for Western Canada:

  • Baby carrots, 2 lb bag $2.97
  • Chicken drumsticks $1.77/lb
  • Cherries (!!!) only $1.97/lb this week. Ahh, does anything taste more like summer than fresh, delicious cherries? (Okay peaches, I see you. Hopefully you’ll be on sale soon, too.)
  • Clover Leaf light tuna or Brunswick sardines – $1.00 each
  • Country Harvest bread $2.00 – STOCK UP PRICE! Pop a few of these in the freezer.
  • Dove – 8×90 gram bar soap; or 650 ml body wash $5.97 (Compare the price on Amazon HERE.)
  • Lindt Excellence chocolate bars 100 grams $2.97 (Lots of varieties of dark chocolate available. Mmmmm chocolate.)
  • Maxwell House coffee – large tin of 631 gram to 925 gram size – $6.97 (Compare the price on Amazon HERE.)
  • Navel oranges $1.00/lb
  • Organic bananas $0.87/lb
  • Organic strawberries, 1 lb – perfect for slicing and dishing up with fresh whipped cream – $2.97
  • Palmolive HUGE 3 liter liquid dish soap/detergent $5.97
  • Peace Tea iced tea – 695 ml cans – $0.87
  • Piller’s Turkey Bites or Pepperoni pepperettes $4.97
  • Robin Hood All purpose flour – large 10 kg size – $8.77
  • Stouffer’s or Lean Cuisine frozen entrees $1.97
  • Ziggy’s salads 1.25 kg – includes potato salad and macaroni salad and other varieties – $5.00

Crazy 50 Cent Deals at No Frills

These are mega deals! These are all of the fifty cent deals on at No Frills, starting tomorrow – July 5, 2019. Stock up on those your family loves!

  • Aylmer soup, No name sauce (such as poutine sauce) or soup cups $0.50
  • Beatrice or Dairyland 237 ml chocolate milk $0.50
  • Britannia Nutro wafers or Good Day biscuits $0.50
  • Carl Buddig sliced deli meats, 55 grams $0.50 (great bargain on this one!)
  • Foremost dairies peach or strawberry yogurt 175 gram $0.50
  • Friskies or Fancy Feast small tins cat food $0.50 (this seems like an especially good deal on the Fancy Feast!)
  • Kiwis $0.50 each
  • Lemons $0.50 each
  • Mr Noodles instant noodles 2 for $0.50
  • Nestle Pure life 1.5 L water $0.50 (Wow, this is an awesome deal!!)
  • No Name tomato paste, 156 ml $0.50

Wow, it’s a great week to stock up on some deals at your local No Frills! Happy shopping, bargaineers. If you find a bargain we missed, or just have a great shopping tip to share, then please leave a comment.

No Frills Flyer in Calgary – Best Deals of the Week (May 24/19)

Hooray, it’s time for a NO FRILLS flyer deals post! Today it’s all about the incredible $2 bargains you can get at No Frills starting tomorrow – May 24 and ending May 30, 2019. This post one day ahead of time will allow you to make your budget shopping list and get prepared to do your No Frills haul! (Have you guys seen the No Frills hauler commercials? So funny!) These prices apply to all of Western Canada and northern Ontario, including Geraldton, Kenora and Thunder Bay.

No Frills $2 Deals in Calgary, AB this week

  • $2 for 2 cans of Habitant pea soup – this is a STOCK UP price of only $1 a can! I am totally planning on getting at least 6 cans of this yummy old-fashioned pea soup, which is a great lunch.
  • $2 for a 1 lb package of fresh strawberries
  • $2/lb for frozen chicken breasts (skinless/boneless)
  • $2 – package of Campfire Bacon, 375 gram size
  • $2 for Country Harvest bread – VERY good stock up price on this! Lots of varieties on these whole grain loaves of delicious bread.
  • $2 – 6 oz. clamshell fresh blueberries – Pretty good price, one of the lowest of the season so far!
  • $2 – package of 3 Romaine Hearts – the tender romaine hearts make it easy to chop up and prepare into Caesar salad meals for at home, or prep for lunches to take to work. Top with some of the sale price chicken breasts – just saute them up with some seasoning, and slice the cooked chicken right on top!
  • $2 – 8 count tray of mini cucumbers – These delicious baby cucumbers are extra fresh and crunchy! Might as well add some slices of these to your lunch box with some dip as a healthy and satisfying mid-afternoon snack.
  • $2/2 Ataulfo Mangoes – I’ve never tried these delicious looking mangoes. Has anyone else? Please leave a comment!
  • Limes – 5 for $2 ($0.40 each) – This time of year we start to want to add freshly sliced citrus to our icy still or sparkling water. Or, make a batch of fresh homemade limeade!
  • Marc Angelo 2-pack chicken or pork souvlaki, 120 grams – These yummy little chicken skewers are a great simple lunch or dinner option with some lemon rice and tzaziki sauce on the side. Yummers!
  • Old Mill English muffins$2 for 2 packs of 6 my hub is an English muffin fiend, and this is a STOCK UP PRICE folks, so get a few packs as I intend to do. His favourite is to make homemade ‘breakfast sandwiches’ like they serve at Tim’s or Starbucks – by toasting an English muffin, then topping with a fried egg and a slice of good quality ham. Wrap it in aluminum foil and you can take a hot breakfast with you on your commute!
  • Cadbury’s family size chocolate bars – My favourite chocolate, bar none! (See what I did there?) $2 each
  • Oasis health break or smoothies – large size of 1.36 to 1.75 L – $2 – Haven’t tried these before, but this seems like an awfully good deal for a premade jug of smoothies. Have you guys had it? Which is your favourite flavour?
  • Tetley herbal tea tins (20s) or Red Rose 60 pack of tea bags – $2 – Tea drinks, rejoice!
  • Dawn or Ivory dishwashing liquid – 479/573 ml – $2 – The best dishwashing soap around.
  • Exact brand pads, liners or tampons $2

Here’s hoping you get some amazing deals this week at No-Frills. If I missed something fantastic, please leave a comment for all of us below.

Great deals on pantry must haves on Amazon. Happy shopping, folks!

And…while you’re doing some serious grocery hauling at No-frills, take a moment to view a few of our favourite Amazon pantry finds this week. Just click on a photo to shop!