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Trader Joe’s Still Not coming To Benicia, But Their Specials Are on Patch

The section has hundreds of local retailers' specials listed in one place - just print out the ones you want. Patch is now offering coupon shopping made really easy.

Part of the mission of Patch is to make your life easier. Now, there is a new way we can help you before you head to the grocery store.

Check out our new Grocery Specials Section. It allows you to browse local grocery coupons and weekly specials, just like the ones found in newspapers, all in one place, and without getting newsprint on your fingers and hands.  It even lists specials for Trader Joe’s.

Here's what else you can do:

  • Find grocery specials in local grocery stores
  • Search by store, by category, or by item 
  • Add specials and coupons to create your own list, which totals your bill ahead of time
  • Print coupons
  • Print a list of specials
  • Email a list of specials to yourself or another person

To get to the grocery specials section from the home page, on the dashboard (main navigational bar at the top) go to the last one marked More Stuff and click on it, you will find the Commute, Jobs, Volunteer and then Grocery Specials.  Click on the Grocery Specials tab and browse away. If you're a coupon shopper, you won't ever go grocery shopping without Patch again.

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If there’s something in this article you think should be corrected, or if something else is amiss, call editor JB Davis at 707-628-0051 or email him at benicia@patch.com.

Joe Feltcher September 25, 2012 at 04:59 PM
Any coupons for Trader Joe's Peanut Butter?
Gerard September 26, 2012 at 05:02 AM
I know a lot of people have called for a Trader Joe's in Benicia but I would rather have a Nugget Market...they have a great selection of food, a very good bakery and the would fit our town well
David Johnston September 27, 2012 at 10:50 PM
Any money I might save by going to a TJ's would be lost in gas to Fairfield, or taxed going across the bridge(s)

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