Thursday, December 31, 2009

Pretty lips for 2010 - for FREE!

Go here to grab a free lipgloss palette - even s/h is free - no cc number is required, just fabulous Bed Head lipgloss for you!

Wednesday, December 30, 2009

I am so not here, BUT -

RED ALERT!! I just glanced at the weekly grocery circulars, and Albertsons has b/s Chicken Breasts for $1.57 lb!! Stock up at that price!

(and I now return to my previously scheduled vacation.)

Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Happy Holidays!!

Hey Dealers - Think I am going to take a few days off (which means :::gasp::: skipping a Weekender - sorry) and be with The Hub and the Puffeh Doggeh and just enjoy my family for Christmas. It costs nothing and it is the best gift I could ask for.

OK, so the Hub and I might make it to Randolph's for $0.67 Martinis. ;)
Then again, I might just shake up a batch at home and stay in with my boys watching the snow fall from The Tree House patio sliders...
Silent night, Holy night.... indeed.

Be safe and Happy Holidays!

Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Grocery Circular Highlights

Ok, I am awful about doing these, I admit it. But I thought a little mention of some holiday deals was in order so here it goes:

$0.89 - lb - half or whole bone-in Shank Ham (limit 2)
$1.99 - lb - whole boneless Pork Loins
(they have a selection of roasts and hams on sale - but these two really stood out to me)
$0.99 - 25oz Perrier sparkling water
$0.99 - each for 4 (must by 4 to get price, limit 20) Kelloggs Corn Flakes
$1.00 - for two - 16 oz Imperial Spread

$10.00 - for 4 (when you buy 4) Coke or Pepsi 12 packs
$4.88 - lb large end Beef Rib Roast
50% off - McCormick Spices
$0.77 - each Pic Sweet frozen veggies
$2.49 - lb - Beef Roasts - Eye of Round, Top Round, Sirloin Tip, or Chuck, Bottom Round
$0.99 - lb- Honeysuckle fresh Turkeys
BOGO free - Honeysuckle frozen Turkeys
$1.99 - lb - Pork Loin
$0.99 - lb - Pork Picnic Roasts
(Visit their butcher for recipe ideas for each of their featured "12 roasts of Christmas")

King Soopers:
$0.99 - lb - Shank portion bone in Ham
$0.99 - lb - Pork Shoulder Roast (whole, front and shank sold bagged)
$10.00 - for 2 - Lobster Tails (best price I saw this week)
$0.88 -each Kroger frozen Veggies
$2.99 - Red Baron Frozen Pizzas
$3.00 - for 2 - Kroger Cheese blocks, shreds, or deli slices
$5.99 - Dunkin Donuts coffee (this is a pretty good price, better if you have a coupon lying around - but The Hub loves this coffee)
$0.77 - each large Avocados
$2.99 - Cashews, Almonds, or Roasted Cinnamon Almonds (120z-16oz packages)

Confused by Beef or Pork meat cuts? Try these websites:
Pork Cuts - Selection and Preparation
Beef Cuts -Selection and Preparation

SF Market Double Ad Wednesday Preview

Ok, so last week we had lots of great deals at Sunflower - but what about this week?

Wellllll - there's some good produce prices, as always:

$0.29 - lb Winter Squash Varieties (acorn, butternut, spaghetti)
$0.88 - each Bunched Greens (collard, mustard, kale, turnip)
$1.00 - for 2 lbs Carrots
$1.00 - for 2 bunches of Radishes, Green Onions, Cilantro, Parsley
$1.99 - 10 lb bag of Russet Potatoes or 5 lb bag of Yellow Onions
$0.88 - lb assorted Apple Varieties
$4.99 - lb pistachios in the shell

See both ads here and shop tomorrow to take advantage of the sales from both weeks' ads.

Tweets for treats?

Hey there Dealers - check this out from Little India on Twitter:

@LittleIndiaCO: Mention Twitter @ Little India today to receive a FREE appetizer!!

Fess up, still shopping?

This sounds like a fun way to grab some unique last minute gifts:

If you are still searching for that unique and locally-made gift for someone on your list, here is your solution!! PROCRASTINATORS HOLIDAY MARKET DATE: Tuesday, December 22 PLACE: Shazz, 4262 Lowell Blvd.
TIME: 6-9 PM
Come sample apps provided by Shazz, enjoy a glass of wine (on special; full cash bar available), and grab a gift made by:
-A Chocolate Nation (delicious, hand-crafted chocolates)
-Lauryn Esther Studio
-Kathryn Jones
-Flylines Cards
-J. Matthew Photography
-Kim Shaw Designs
and other local artists...
These are some awesome local products!! Make someone's Christmas special with a one-of-a-kind gift and try out the great food of a local restaurant with fabulous organic and local food.

Monday, December 21, 2009

Last minute gift ideas?

Amazon is doing a $5.00 magazine subscription sale today that includes some great ones.
Check out the selection here.

Free Mini Cheeseburgers At Mortons!

I love cheeseburgers... Seriously, if you have to break bad news to me, just hand me a cheeseburger right after doing it and I will be fine. So Morton’s The Steakhouse is pretty much tops on my list today, for offering FREE mini Prime Cheeseburgers in the bar from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Monday, December 21. Both the downtown location at 1710 Wynkoop st, and the DTC lcation at 8480 E. Belleview Ave are celebrating Morton’s 31st anniversary with the free burgers this evening. mmmm, burrrrgers.

Friday, December 18, 2009

Hot Tip/Stolen Moment - Cheap and cool ideas for kids

This article from the Washington Post has some great ideas for inexpensive gifts for the little ones in your life. (Thanks Karenbird for pointing it out!)


Um, how is it now just one week until Christmas? Where did 2009 go!?

I am proud to say that I will NOT be forced by my own procrastination to go shopping for last minute gifts this year - I am finished with all of my shopping.
So what's an unexpectedly prepared girl to do with her last weekend before Christmas?

Here are a few ideas:

12/18- The free holiday tours of the Governor's Mansion wrap up today, with tours running from 10am-2pm. Take a sneak peak and get more information here.
12/19-12/20 - Shopping Downtown this weekend? Keep your eyes peeled as Denver Pavilions "elves" will be randomly passing out gift cards this weekend. You could be the lucky winner of the $100 SHOPPING SPREE. All of the Gift Cards will be loaded with a little something, but one lucky winner will receive a gift card worth $100!! (I am not saying to stalk the "elves" - but keep an eye out!) There will also be holiday musical performances and merriment galore to keep you shopping away! Website.
12/18-1/3 - (ongoing) it is time to celebrate Winter Break at the Denver Art Museum for the kiddos! With free admission for those under 18 and special programing for the younger set - weekends or weekdays are great for sneaking in a little "edu-tainment" while school breaks are in full swing. Info here.
12/19 - stuck in a wrapping rut? Need help putting personal little touches on your holiday gifts? Well this Saturday at Michaels stores, you can get it! From 1-3 and all locations you can try your hand at making tags and embellishments using inkadinkado stamp products. Visit the website for more info.
12/19 - Itchin' to get junior out of the house AND need a last minute gift idea for fido? Well - two birds, one stone, etc etc... sign up here for the kiddos to participate in Saturday's Build and Grow clinic at Lowes, where they can make a free doggie treat holder!
12/19-12/20 - And where to eat with the family when you are out and about this weekend? Why Qdoba, of course, where kids eat free at participating locations this weekend! One free kids meal from their new nutritious kids' menu for each adult entree purchased - valid for children 12 or under. Check here to see if your favorite location is participating.

A question for you, Dealers - a topic near and dear to my heart, that becomes a regular lifeline during the stressful holiday season, imo: Where is your favorite Happy Hour?
My big plans for the weekend consist of finding a great one to attend this evening, and I would love to branch out. I have been perusing this list - but I find myself overwhelmed with option anxiety, so you guide me. Tell us about your faves in the comments! (Seriously - that "comment" button - I dislike dusting the cobwebs off of it - it makes a blogger sad.)

Happy Weekend, Dealers!

Wednesday, December 16, 2009

5280 for a great price!

Right now you can get 5280 for a year for just $10.00!
Great gift for Denver area folks, newbies or natives!
Click here to order.
ETA - Linky no worky.. follow directions from the fabulous Dealer in the comments below.

SF Market Double Ad Wednesday Highlights

Wednesday already....

I don't know about anybody else, but I kind of NEED the holiday vacation days to arrive. It seems like I am screwing everything up and I can only assume it is because I need a break. (Then again, you know what they say about assuming - and I don't need one more way to make an "ass out of me".. and I feel like we should leave "u" out of it.)

Anyway, let's look at SF Market's Double Ad Wednesday deals, shall we?

Remember last week, they had the fabulous price on b/s chicken breasts along with these other great prices.

And this week?
$3.97 - lb - Large Raw EZ Peel Shrimp
$0.67 - for a 5 lb bag of Russet Potatoes!!! (Not a typo, NOT "per lb")
$0.77 - lb fresh Green Beans, Bunched Broccoli, Italian, Yellow, or Mexican Grey Squash
$0.77 - each Hass Avocados or Tropical Mangoes
$0.99 - boxes 25 bag count assorted SF Market Teas
$1.49 - 16 oz packages of Darigold butter

See all the deals from both ads here.

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Now THAT is a cheap drink!

From Twitter, evidently 995 the Mountain announced this on the air today too:

This is not a typo: Martinis for $0.67 at @WarwickDenver for the rest of the month “


ETA: Here is more scoop on this deal from the Denver Post. (Did ya know the Warwick used to be our Playboy Club? Swingin' Denver, Yeah baby...)

Monday, December 14, 2009

Stone Cold Birthday love...

A reminder about birthday ice cream, from one of our best DiD tipsters, Tena:

"Here's a great freebie ... Go to Cold Stone Creamery's website, sign up for the birthday club, and get free ice cream (plus mix ins!) for your birthday. Once you are signed up you can add everyone in your family's birthdays to your account and they will get free ice cream too. "Sweet" deal, huh? Hahaha. I crack myself up."

Bet ya didn't think I would quote you exactly, eh? Too bad, because you are too too cute for words!
Thanks for the tips, keep em coming!

Friday, December 11, 2009


Listen - do you hear that? The collective sigh of Denverites young and old breathing a sigh of collective relief; the weekend is here! Some need the weekend for holiday running around, to finally catch up on all of those errands, and some need to hide from all that stuff for a while - either way, BRING IT ON!

So, what's fun and frugal along the Front Range this weekend?

12/11 - Are you a student? Have a Student ID? Or a parent looking for something different to do WITH you student? Check out Fridays Free at the MCA! Free admission for anyone with a valid student ID from 10am - 10pm every Friday until the end of the year. Check out their website for info on current exhibits.
*ADDED*12/12 - Hammonds Candies is hosting their annual Candy Cane Festival this Saturday from 9am to 5pm at their factory - 5735 N Washington street in Denver (near 58th and I-25). Santa and the Mrs. will be there, and you and the family can decorate cookies, have your faces painted, listen to stories, and take a trolley ride! While you are there, take a tour of the factory and watch the candy canes and other hard candy being made! Here is the Hammond's website.
12/12 - Do you have a fever that can only be cured with Choir Music? Well get yourself down to The Pavillions on Saturday and enjoy the Premier performance of the Powderhorn Choir as they carole and stroll through the Pavillions starting at noon. Then stake out a spot to sit down near Forever 21 at 2pm when the Rocky Mountain Children's Choir will perform a free concert. All the info you need is here. I can already Hear the Sledges With The Bells, can't you?
12/12 - Kiddo got a craft itch you're lookin' to scratch? Lowes is having a Build and Grow clinic this Saturday that features wooden Christmas ornaments. Clinics are from 10am - 11am and you must pre register here.
12/12 - If you are thinking of a softer, kinder craft, then Michael's workshop featuring a ribbon bookmark with Jewlery Essentials accents might be more your speed (or do both, this runs from 1pm-3pm) - get details here.
12/12 - Feeling girly? Or maybe you feel like getting a boost in the beauty department. Either way, drop by Headlines Salon in Wash Park this weekend (Alameda and Downing) for their Holiday Open House. Meet their AVEDA staff, grab a little holiday treat, get a FREE mini-treatment or makeup touch-up, and register to win prizes, also stock up on any Aveda product you use because it is going to be 10% off, and you get a free goodie bag with every purchase!
12/12 - If you aren't on Holiday fun overload yet, then head over to the Northglenn Marketplace (or as my family refers to it "you know that shopping center where the Northglenn Mall was?" - Showing our age, aren't we?) They are doing free hayrides (The former Girl Scout in me SQUEEEES with glee at the idea of a hay ride) every 15 minutes from Noon to 2pm, and Santa will be on board for picture ops and list checking as well!! (What a cool way to go see Santa, huh?) It's all free!
12/13 - If you aren't crying Holiday UNCLE yet, then head over to the DU campus at 3pm on Sunday for a truly unique concert performance as carillonneur Carol Jickling Lens plays the University’s Williams Carillon, housed in the Ritche Center's Williams tower! This is campus holiday tradition is an outdoor affair, with the prime listening area being located between the Williams Tower and Stapleton Tennis Pavilion. Parking is free in Lot 103 at Buchtel Boulevard and High Street and Lot 108 at South Josephine and Buchtel Boulevard!

What else is fun and frugal around town this weekend, Dealers? Testify below, so we all know.
Happy Weekend!

Need some portable Holiday Spirit?

If you are like everyone else on the planet but me, you have iTunes on your computer (not so much needed for my awesome Big Lots speical MP3 player..)

So you can go here and download a holiday sampler item for free and enjoy the sounds of the season as crooned by favorites from David Archuleta to Weezer (and so many in between.)

Fa-la la -la la, and mistletoe and kisses for pretty girls and whatever else the holidays bring...
Weekender will be up soon, Dealers.
Happy listening.

Thursday, December 10, 2009

Moms- Car Seat Review and Giveaway!

So over at Two Of A Kind, Workin' On a Full House, they just did a great review on the Safety 1st Air Protect Car Seat and it looks like a great product!! Head over and read their review, and then enter to win one. This is one safe carseat, using controled air to protect your precious passengers from side impact crashes in a whole new way. (and what could be a better deal then possibly winning one!) 80% off code is 80% off through Dec 14 when you use online coupon code SHARE (get $25 gift certificates for $3.00). I know, I know, they have a lot of restrictions, but if you really think about most of them, it is stuff you would do anyway.. and 3 bucks for a $25.00 off coupon, even if you have to spend $35.00 or something? That is a good deal for dinner.
Plus, it is a great incentive to try places you haven't... We got one for Caveau recently, and now it is one of our faves!

Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Grocery Circular Highlights

So the Hub informed me this week that Safeway has vowed to lower everyday prices on things, and that he actually noticed when he was in the store - things seemed more reasonable. Anyone else noticing a difference? (The ad they sent out with examples seems to indicate they are coming in to line with King Soopers prices on some staple items - some "new" prices still seem high to me...) Do tell - I am uber curious!

Meanwhile, what great deals are there to be had from this week's circulars?

$0.88 - lb Pork Shoulder Blade Roasts
$1.69 - lb Beef Chuck Pot Roast
$0.99 - Luccerne Shredded or Chunk Cheeses (limit 3) See here for great info on freezing extra cheese (it's a great price, folks!)
$0.39 - lb Bananas
$1.99 - lb - b/s Chicken Tenders (It isn't as good as SF Market, but if you aren't heading there for anything else, this would get you through, not sure I would stock up at this price after the prices we have been seeing though)
Store Brand Milk = $1.99 a gallon this week at Safeway

Keeps on Keepin' on with the "New Look" celebration for the 323 S. Broadway location, so if you are going to shop there, grab the coupons off the front of the circular (if you plan to spend at least $50.00)
$3.77 - each portions of Atlantic Salmon (doesn't say how big "portions" are, so this is iffy)
$3.99 - lb Medium Raw Shrimp
$0.99 - lb Pork Picnic Roast
$1.99 - lb 5 lb bag of Red Delicious Apples (limit 2, with coupon on circular)
$1.47 - lbs Albertsons Butter
-Also, if you buy 4 participating Betty Crocker items (and there is a great selection) for $6.00, you get a FREE lb of Albertsons butter.. great if you have some baking to do (I hear a GIANT cookie exchange this weekend calling my name!)
Store Brand Milk = $1.99 a gallon this week at Albertsons

King Soopers:
$1.47 - lb mixed bone in Pork Chops (this isn't bad.. gets better occasionally)
$.299 - lb Boneless Pork Tenderloin
$0.88 - Brawny Paper Towels, 4 pk Angel Soft TP
$0.88 - each 2 liters of Pepsi (must buy 6)
Get a FREE gallon of milk when you buy 3 participating Kellogg's Cereal/Keebler Cookies or Crackers
$1.00 - Red, Orange or Yellow Bell Peppers, or English cucumbers
$0.88 - lb Assorted Winter Squash
$0.88 - each Eggplants
BYGO - Knudsen Natural Sparkling Juices

If I missed anything in the adds that is a great deal, let me know.. happy shopping!

SF Market Double Ad Wednesday Preview

Geez, tomorrow is Wednesday already? Wednesday December 9th, ALREADY!?
Crazy - right?
Anyway, that means that tomorrow is your last day to take advantage of last week's deals at Sunflower Market, as well as your first day to snap up these beauties:

$1.77 - lb b/s Chicken Breast. (Let the Chicken Hording continue!!)
$1.99 - lb Pork Shoulder Roast
$1.00 - for 5 Red Grapefruits, or 3 Lemons, or 5 Limes
$0.29 - each Cucumbers
$1.97 - 2lb bag of Clementines
$0.77 - lb Tangelos or Oranges
$1.00 - for 2 Green Peppers
$.88 - lb Winter Squash Varieties

See both ads here

Fly Fusion pentop computer for CHEAP

Go here - Fly Fusion pentop computer for $9.99, regular $79.99!

ETA - Never mind, and if you see them for cheap anyplace else, skip it.. They discontinued the ink refills, so it is like disposable pen. Junk disguised as good deal = huge shaft.


Friday, December 4, 2009


WOO HOO Weekend! Hey Dealers, the weekend is finally upon us again! (Doesn't the week after a long weekend always feel like FORE-EV-AHHH?

So, what's up around town this weekend?

12/4 & 12/5 -Let's face it, the BIG fun and frugal event of the holiday season is the Parade of Lights, which snakes through Downtown twice this weekend, Friday starting at 8pm and Saturday at 6. This was one of my favorite things to do with my family when I was just a wee little Dealer searching for fun and free family frolics with my folks. It is going to be a chilly one, so bundle the kids up like Ralphie's little brother and head downtown to watch their eyes light up as the city does too.
Sponsored by 9 news, lots of great information is available on their website here.

12/4 -It's First Friday in the arts districts around town, and there are so many great walks in unique and interesting neighborhoods.
Pick a new 'hood each First Friday:
Golden Triangle
Tennyson Street Cultural District
River North Art District
ArtDistrict On Santa Fe
Cherry Creek North
12/5 - Leave it to The Waldorf School in Cherry Creek to bundle all the holiday joy you and the family could ask for into one fabulous Holiday Fair and be so organized about it that nothing is missing. (See the website if you don't believe me)
This Saturday the school hosts the Holiday Fair, with free admission, lots of shopping, all kinds of activities for the family and the kiddos (you can even get your holiday portraits done there!) They will have music and and puppet shows and holiday magic galore. If it is all too much for your little one, you can stop off in the quiet room and decompress. AND, as you leave, you can even buy your Christmas tree and get it strapped to the roof of the front-wheel-drive sleigh!
:::dusting off hands:::
Voila, Christmas magic overload, all in one day.
12/5 - This Saturday is a Free First Saturday (thanks to Target for sponsoring!) at the Denver Art Museum. General Admission to the Museum is free with tickets available beginning at 10am.
For details go here.
12/4 & 12/5 - Fancy Tiger Crafts store is hosting their "Holiday Handmade" gift fair this Friday from 6pm-9pm and Saturday 10am - 4pm at the fabulous South Broadway Christian Church (23 Lincoln St.) - which is incidently a beautiful church with a congragation that strives to truly be a blessing and resource to the neighborhood in which it is located - but I digress. There will be 60 local vendors participating. Take a look at the list and get more info here.
12-5 & 12/6- Looking for a holiday gift that packs real giving power? Something unique, special, a truly from the heart? From 9am - 2pm on Saturday and Sunday, The Women's' Bean Project is hosting their annual holiday shopping fair. Stock up on all of their delicious Soup Mixes, Dips, Salsa Mixes, Teas, Cookies, and other goodies AND this year check out their newly launched jewelry line as well! See their website for more information about this amazing Denver organization, and check out the fair! The Women's' Bean Project is located at 3201 Curtis St. in Denver.

So what are your fun and frugal plans this Chilly weekend? Shout 'em out below so other Dealers know!
Happy Weekend!

Thursday, December 3, 2009

Grocery Circular Highlights

Ahhh, grocery shopping... one of my favorite activities of all time (no, serious - I am kind of a freak like that. I think it has to do with being near all that beautiful food.)
What do our major grocery chains have to offer this week?

First of all, did you know that Albertsons will take all competitors coupons? Not just Kings and Safeway either! Sunflower, Walmart, Sprouts (eh?) and Whole Paycheck (er, "Whole Foods").. So those cantalinas that spit out at you at your local fave? Be sure to give them at least a passing glance if you are in Albertsons.
Also this week:
If you are shopping the Alameda and Broadway location:
$1.99 - lb Top Sirloin Steaks
$2.99 - each portions of Atlantic Farm Raised Salmon (that is a stock up price, kids - if you aren't anti farm raised.. and I am SO not)
$0.39 - lb Dole Bananas
$0.88 - Albertsons Bread
All Stores:
$1.77 - lb b/s Chicken Breasts (I am loving the great prices on b/s chicken breast - this is $0.10 more than Sunflower last week, but still good.. but don't get used to it, these things are fleeting!)
$0.97 - lb Family Pack Assorted Loin Pork Chops
(if you want center cut, those are on sale for $3.99 lb bone-in or $4.99 lb boneless)
There is a 10 for $10.00 sale in the produce section, including Mangoes, Avocados(Safeway is better), Bell Peppers (all colors), 2 lb bags of Carrots and other veggies.

King Soopers:
$1.00 - 2 cans of Kroger Broth - (beef, chicken or veggie)
$2.99 - 8 lb bag of Russet potatoes
$3.00 - 2 Pomegranates
KS is also having an Apple Sale, with all types on sale and a "sweet to tart meter" on the back page of their circular so you can figure out which Apple meets your fruity needs.

$1.88 lb - Beef Cross Rib Roast (boneless)
$0.77 - Hass Avocados
$0.99 - 3 lbs Navel Oranges
$3.00 - 2 Pomegranates (good price lots of places - hooray!)

Don't pay more than $1.99 a gallon for your milk this week, and look for hard and soft squash to be no more than $1.00 an lb (if you don't see it for that, head to the next store, it will be!)

Making Downtown shopping a bit more Merry.

This from the Pavillions:

3 CONVENIENT Reasons to Shop at the Denver Pavilions this Holiday Season:

-FREE Gift Wrapping: Drop your packages at PostNet (Level 1, South Plaza), present your receipts from any Denver Pavilions merchant, and we'll gift wrap your items FREE. Details at
-FREE Dinner and a Movie: Spend $250 and receive a FREE $25 gift card to the Hard Rock Café, Lucky Strike Lanes, Maggiano's Little Italy or Corner Bakery (you choose) and a movie pass to United Artists Theatres at Denver Pavilions. Details at
-ALMOST FREE Parking: Through December 31, 2009, parking at the Denver Pavilions is only $2.00 on weekends and weeknights after 5pm with a validated ticket from a Denver Pavilions merchant.

(not bad)

Woops, look who is slackin' (SF Market deals)

Sorry all - I've been slackin'... I had to take to the bed with my puffeh little Potter-dog to ward off the horrid chill yesterday, and I totally missed Double Ad Wednesday at Sunflower. Oh well, the last ad's prices had been in effect for two weeks anyhoo - so IN WITH THE NEW!
What's on sale this week at SF?

In what should have been called "Sale After Keri's Own Heart" - SF is holding a Beef Roast Celebration (that is totally worthy of bold print) this week!
Rump, Cross Rib, Top Round, Chuck, Sirloin Tip, and Eye of Round are all BYGO free right now, giving you plenty of options to find the best cut and deal for your family.
If happen to be at the Colorado Blvd and Yale store and see a blond piling red meat into her cart, try not to judge - this is like an early Christmas present and I intend to stock the freezer with Roast Beast for cold winter nights to come!

What else is there?
$0.77 - 5.6 oz containers of Blackberries
$3.00 - for 2 Pomegranates (mmmm)
$0.25 - lbs of Russet Potatoes (although Kings can beat this many weeks) and Yellow Onions
$0.19 - each Kiwi fruit
$1.00 - for 3 Cucumbers
$0.88 - lb select Apple, Pear, and Orange Varieties.
$1.49 - lb - bulk sweetened banana chips (1 lb of banana chips is quite a bit!)
$1.99 - lb fresh chunky salsa from the SF deli (sooo tasty!)