Lucerne Eggs Sale at Safeway, Only $0.99 for a Dozen
Eggs are absolutely wonderful! They are great in a wide array of desserts, superb for breakfast, included in so many dinner dishes, and perfect for various appetizers (try some Avocado Deviled Eggs or Bacon Deviled Eggs).
When you shop at Safeway February 26th through March 3rd, head over to the refrigerated cases for a great offer. You’ll find Lucerne Eggs on sale for $0.99 each. This saves you 60% on a staple ingredient for baking and cooking!
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Lucerne Eggs on Sale
- Lucerne Large Eggs 12 ct. on sale for $.99 each 2/26 – 3/3, limit 2
- Final price = $0.99 per carton, save up to 60%!
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1 thought on “Lucerne Eggs Sale at Safeway, Only $0.99 for a Dozen”
This is a much better deal than your wording above indicates. The cartons of Lucerne Eggs on sale for $0.99 are the 18-count ones, not the usual 12-count. See the print ad which specifically says “Lucerne Large Eggs 18-ct” and the accompanying illustrative picture which shows the 18-count cartons.