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Win a Mini-Shopping Spree at Best Deals A-Z! Featured

Great prices, and a possible mini-shopping spree! What’s not to like?

Big Idea

  • Best Deals A-Z is a discount grocery store
  • Prices are deeply discounted
  • They are open Wednesday - Saturday. 
  • We are offering a contest to win a Mini-Shopping Spree!

We all love a great bargain!

Not sure about you, but here at CopperState News, we love us a great bargain!

Recently we told you about the Happy Boxes at Mayas Mercado in Prescott Valley. There, you can buy a ridiculously large amount of food for just $52 - enough to feed at least a couple of families for a couple of weeks! The Happy Box typically contains mostly fresh produce and refrigerated or frozen items. 

However, fresh produce and dairy are not the only items on most people’s shopping list. If you’re looking for pantry staples such as canned fruits and vegetables, salad dressings, coffee, cereal and even candy (Halloween is coming - just ask any retailer!) at prices you might remember from your childhood, Best Deals A-Z is the place for you!

Here’s an example of what I mean. This week they have a couple of specials, such as Bleach, 64 oz. - $1; Mothers Cookies, $.25; Wandering Bear Cold Brew Coffee, $2. On some items, you can find Buy One, Get One Free pricing, which doubles your savings!

Yesterday, I was in Prescott Valley, so I stopped in at Best Deals A-Z to see what was on hand. Honestly, we don’t need much right now but, I like to keep a good stock of salad dressing on hand. I use it both for salads and for marinades. I was also low on olive oil and stewed tomatoes. I usually love buying candy here, but I’m trying to resist such things these days. ?

What you need to know about Best Deals A-Z: 

All the products at Best Deals A-Z are new, but you will find dented cans, items with no labels and other imperfections. The food within the container, however, is just fine. The store is located in a county “island” so there is no sales tax on food. There are other items, such as vitamins, cosmetics, batteries, pet food, utensils, etc.. If you see it today, it might be sold out tomorrow. They are only open 4 days a week, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. They are closed Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. They do have parking, but it is limited. 

Contest! Win a Mini-Shopping Spree!

Here’s a list of the items I bought, and your job is to guess how much I paid for it. (See the entry form below.) The person that comes the closest, will get a $10 shopping credit at Best Deals A-Z. Believe me, at their prices, that $10 will bring you a pile of food. 

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Here’s a list of what I bought, complete with the lowest normal, everyday retail prices that I could find. Obviously, I didn’t pay those prices, but it is provided for your reference. To be entered, you need to simply guess what price I paid, including the 3% credit card fee.

Hunts San Marzano style Whole peeled tomatoes

28 oz

$1.98

Las Palmas green chili enchilada sauce

28 oz.

$1.88

Hunts petite diced tomatoes

14 oz.

$0.98

Kraft Asian toasted sesame light dressing

16 oz

$1.86

Kens simply vinaigrette asian dressing

16 oz.

$2.99

Kens simply vinaigrette olive oil and vinegar dressing

16 oz. 

$2.40

Newman’s Own classic oil and vinegar salad dressing

16 oz. 

$2.99

Newmans Own Caesar dressing

16 oz. 

$2.99

Hunts tomato sauce

15 oz. 

$0.88

Wishbone salad dressing light ranch

15 oz. 

$1.99

Ken’s steakhouse light chunky blue cheese dressing

16 oz. 

$2.12

Classico extra-virgin olive oil

16.9 oz.

$8.99

Classico extra-virgin olive oil

16.9 oz.    

$8.99

Twisted ranch black peppered Parmesan dressing

13 oz.

$2.47

Twisted ranch honey dipped wasabi dressing

13 oz

$2.47

Ken’s steakhouse lite creamy Caesar dressing

24 oz.

$5.78

Ghirardelli chocolate caramel Premium baking chips

10 oz. 

$3.28

   

$55.04   

Here’s the entry form:

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Last modified on Thursday, 13 August 2020 12:58
Lynne LaMaster

Lynne LaMaster is the Editor and Publisher of CopperState News. In her past life, she was the founder of a successful local news media publication in the Prescott area. She started CopperState News with the idea that local news deserves a statewide platform.

Besides prowling around for community news - especially good news! - Lynne and her husband Lewis enjoy their eight children and six grandchildren (although more are always welcome!). Lynne is connected non-stop to her camera and loves creating unique gifts with her Cricut!

One of her favorite sayings is, "It's not about me!"

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