In today’s newspaper there are 5 supermarket sale ads. I will provide the link to see the advertisement and a list of some of the best deals that I see in the ad.
Yesh has the best price on gefilte fish jars so far-600 grams for 8.99. You can also get 1/4 frozen lamb (Atara) for 49.99/kg, frozen salmon for 29.99/kg, and 3 Spring bottles for 8.99. You also get a free fish head with a 50 shekel or more purchase.
As I mentioned in a previous post, this little store has some great sales. You can 1/4 frozen lamb (Neto, glatt) for 29.99/kg with a 299 shekel purchase, 1 liter of Efrat tirosh grape juice for 9.99, and 18 eggs for 9.99. You have to be a club member for these sales, which costs 19.99 per year.
If you are a club member, you can get Jacob’s coffee for 24.99 (and use their credit card), a 6 pack of 1.5 liter Coca Cola for 19.99 (and use their credit card), and Hellman’s, Heinz, or Telma mayonnaise for 8.99. 1/4 frozen lamb sliced costs 49.99/kg and pomegranates cost 4.89/kg.
Shufersal still has the 20% off brand names and 30% Cherokee clothing sales for club members. Until tomorrow, you can get frozen Norwegian salmon fillet for 44.99/kg and whole cleaned carp for 12/kg.
YOU members can get fresh chicken in all sorts of different cuts (mix and match) for 5.99/kg until Monday, when you spend 400 shekels in the store. Maximum 5 kg per purchase. In their 10 shekel sale, you can get 670 grams gefilte fish, Maadanot potato burecas, and Sanfrost frozen green beans. You should check out their “Basket of Subsidies Sale” which is offering up to 20% off basic food items. I purchased the unsliced loaf of bread for 4.67, a bag of 3% Tnuva milk for 4.79, and a 750ml bottle of Mega brand Tirosh grape juice for 10 shekels. Most of the products are the Mega brand, but the prices are very good and I never noticed any quality issues with their brand. You can check out the rest of the subsidized items here.
Rami Levy is being awfully quiet this season. I am sure they have great sales, they are just not advertising them. An article in Yediot Ahronot on the 12th listed many items which are cheaper in Rami Levy than Shufersal (see picture below). Rami Levy is also advertising a television news show which also talks about how much cheaper the prices are in Rami Levy, but I can’t open it to watch. You can try here. I guess if Rami Levy is getting all this free advertising by journalists, they really don’t need to spend money on newspaper ads.