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Christmas Tree Shops sells small drop-leaf kitchen island

Dear Franny The Shopaholic: Please find me a small little island cabinet, any color for my kitchen. — Billy

Dear Billy: A drop-leaf kitchen island in black or white is $129.99 at Christmas Tree Shops.


Dear Franny The Shopaholic: I cannot find Gibbles potato chips anywhere in our area. My son brings them to me when he visits from West Virginia. Do you know if anyone around here carries them? — Susan C.

Dear Susan: You can purchase Gibbles potato chips direct from the factory by calling Mandy at 717-372-2024 or Terry at 717-552-0177. The website is shipmychips.com, which I emailed you. When I saw the picture of the bag of chips on the website, it did look familiar. I am sure if our readers see these chips locally they will write in.

Dear Franny The Shopaholic: My bathroom shelf stand over my toilet is so old and falling apart. They used to sell them all over, now I can’t find one, can you? — Rose J., Cape May Court House

Dear Rose: Get a .ORG Metal Space Saver at Bed Bath Beyond for $89.99. Save an additional 20 percent with a coupon from a past Sunday Press, or you can print one off the store’s website, making your cost $71.99.

Dear Franny The Shopaholic: Recently while touring the national parks in the Northwest, I discovered a wonderful pretzel. It is make by a small company in South Dakota called Dot’s. I have been unable to find a store in Cape May or Atlantic County that sells them. Any information would be appreciated. — Joel A.

Dear Joel: It must be snack week! According to dotspretzels.com, you can purchase them at Grocery 13 at 101 S. 13th Street in Philadelphia. According to the website, they have bakeries in North Dakota, Arizona and Kansas. You can also order directly from the website, which I emailed you.

Steals of the Week

Acme

• Celery, iceberg lettuce, 3 pounds of Russet potatoes, or a 2-pound bag of onions: $1 each.

• Tuttorosso 24-ounce pasta sauce or Barilla pasta: $1.

• Entenmann’s Little Bites, loaves, chocolate chip cookies, Pop’ems or Pop’ettes: Half price.

• Fisherman’s Net salmon fillet: $9.99 per pound.

• Fresh Express coleslaw, iceberg garden salad or spinach: $1.

ShopRite

• Boneless chicken breast: $1.66 per pound. Limit two packages.

• ShopRite 5-pound bag of flour: 99 cents.

• Chock Full O’Nuts coffee: $1.99.

• Six-pack of Halloween cupcakes store-baked and decorated: $1.88 with the coupon in the store circular from Sunday’s Press.

• Lidia’s 1-pound pasta: 77 cents.

• Ground 93-percent lean chicken: $2.99 per pound with the coupon in the store circular.

Tips

• Set of two Moscow Mule mugs are $4.99 at Christmas Tree Shops.

• All Halloween masks, wigs, costumes and accessories are half-price at Rite Aid.

• 60-pack variety box of K-cups is $17.99 at Ollie’s Bargain Outlet.

• Nicole’s Kitchen jumbo muffin pans, cupcake carrier, three-piece cookie sheet or cupcake stand, regularly $19.99, is on sale for $8.88 at A.C. Moore.

• Family pack of chicken drumsticks or thighs is 77 cents per pound at Save-A-Lot.

• Aldi’s has pomegranates for 89 cents and avocados for 69 cents.

• Xtra 51-ounce laundry detergent is three for $4 at CVS.

• Halloween inflatables 3.5 to 4 feet tall are $14.97 at Walmart.

• Five-piece faux marble pub set is $279.99 at Big Lots.

• Swanson 14.5-ounce chicken broth is 59 cents and the 32-ounce box is $1.79 at Walgreens.

• 10-ounce spray can of Quick Color paint is 97 cents at Home Depot.

• Flannel shirts are $7.99 at Gabe’s.

• Men’s Stanley heavyweight fleece-lined jeans, regularly $65, are on sale for $15.99 at Boscov’s.

• Polaroid 32-inch LED TV is $109.99 at Target.

• Maxwell House 30.6-ounce Wake Up Roast is $4.95 at Dollar General.

• Save 25 percent off one Halloween costume at Party City with the coupon in the store circular from Sunday’s Press.

Franny The Shopaholic answers questions of general interest. Email FrannyShopaholic@aol.com.

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