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Let Patch Give You a Hand with Your Groceries

While we may not be able to get them to your door, we can help you save some money.

Patch is all about making your life ridiculously easy and if there's one thing that most people have to worry about every week, it's grocery shopping. What to get, where to get it, how to get it for the best price...

In our new 'Grocery Specials' section, you can browse local grocery coupons and weekly specials. Similar to the weekly circulars found in print newspapers by each local retailer, the Grocery Special section has hundreds of retailers’ specials in one place. 

You can search all local stores or you can narrow down your search to your local grocer of choice. You can also browse the specials by category, search by item and view your grocery list. 

In addition to viewing the weekly specials, you can: 

  • Add specials and coupons to a list
  • Print coupons
  • Print a list of specials
  • Email a list of specials to yourself or another peson

And how do you get to the Grocery Special section? Just hover over the 'More Stuff' tab on the homepage and click on 'Grocery Specials.'

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Craig Belfor September 30, 2012 at 05:03 PM
What a great idea! You get strawberries at Trader Joe's in Novato, zip down to Mill Valley for the lettuce, tool over to Vallejo to get your chicken, Petaluma for grapes, hit Santa Rosa for milk, and save $22.46, then plop $46 into the gas tank
Craig Belfor September 30, 2012 at 05:20 PM
Wanna really tell us who's got the low prices? Send a shopper around to all of the stores in Novato with a list of staples- Milk, bread, chicken, etc. and compare the list. Then send them back with a list of additional items that are not on the usual list, like deli meat, crackers, cereal, etc.You'll be surprised at the upsell.
Roger September 30, 2012 at 07:19 PM
Belfor, in that test Lucky would beat Safeway. Grocery Outlet would be real close to Lucky, I think.

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