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[No Frills] Watermelon $2.97, Striploin Steak $5.77/lb, Tomatoes $0.97/lb - May 7-13, 2020 (Toronto Area)

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[No Frills] Watermelon $2.97, Striploin Steak $5.77/lb, Tomatoes $0.97/lb - May 7-13, 2020 (Toronto Area)

No Frills (Toronto Area)
May 7-13, 2020

Whole watermelon, seedless $2.97

Also:
Striploin grilling steak, boneless (club size) $5.77/lb
Beefsteak tomatoes $0.97/lb
Iceberg lettuce $0.97
Atauflo mangoes (pkg of 3) $1.47
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WOW, 2.97 watermelons, they're going to be small, better to price match at WM and get something bigger.
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bobby621 wrote: WOW, 2.97 watermelons, they're going to be small, better to price match at WM and get something bigger.
It's doesn't say mini, so I'm not sure what to expect. Freshco in Ontario has 9 lb. average watermelons for $3.99.
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computergeek541 wrote: It's doesn't say mini, so I'm not sure what to expect. Freshco in Ontario has 9 lb. average watermelons for $3.99.
If memory serves me correctly from last year, they'll be just a tad bigger then grapefruits, I'll PM at WM.
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I've found watermelons early on in the season tend to suck, end up throwing them out.
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Hmm, maybe this is why the cashiers were asking if people had watermelons at Superstore.....

I assume those steaks aren't AAA?
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bobby621 wrote: WOW, 2.97 watermelons, they're going to be small, better to price match at WM and get something bigger.
4.97 out west, also $2/lb for tomato, kinda sux these flyers aren't nation wide.
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Squirrel99 wrote:
I assume those steaks aren't AAA?
You assumed right - they are AA / USDA select.
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sinankeser wrote: I've found watermelons early on in the season tend to suck, end up throwing them out.
I bought 4 of them in the last 3 weeks, they all had a nice ground spot and were great.
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jjtsl wrote: You assumed right - they are AA / USDA select.
If prices keep going up I may have to settle for AA =/ At least I can sous-vide and finish on the grill so they still could be good
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I dropped by my local No Frills, watermelons were a tad larger then a cantaloupe so I went to Walmart (down the street) and PM'ed, they were almost double the size.

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