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Old 12-22-2011, 02:19 AM
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HEB
3301 Sherwood Way
San Angelo TX 76901
325-942-9044

Albertsons
3121 Sunset Dr
San Angelo TX 76904
325-942-6627
http://www.albertsonsmarket.com/stores/sale.html

LOWES GROCERY
2 S Main St
San Angelo TX 76903
325-655-2821
http://lowesmarket.com/

LOWES GROCERY
1926 N Bryant Blvd
San Angelo TX 76903
325-655-5258
http://lowesmarket.com/

Sam's Club
5749 Sherwood Way
San Angelo TX 76901
325-223-9373

Walmart Supercenter
5501 Sherwood Way
San Angelo TX 76904
325-949-7763

Walmart Supercenter
610 W 29th St
San Angelo TX 76903
325-655-4949

Mrs Baird's Bakery Outlet
2615 N Bryant Blvd
San Angelo TX 76903
325-655-6018
m-f 930-530, sat 9-5
Mrs Bairds various loaves $1.29 per loaf

Butterkrust Bakery Thrift Store
3534 Sherwood Way
San Angelo TX 76901
325-949-6336
M-SAT 9-6
Natures Own wheat bread $1.35
dinner roll 12 pack 4/$1 or 25c each, natures own raisin bread 50c, powdered donuts 50c,

Butterkrust Bakery Thrift Store
1202 W Beauregard Ave
San Angelo TX 76901
325-653-7799

Target
4235 Sunset Dr
San Angelo TX 76904
325-949-5555
no produce

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Old 12-22-2011, 02:33 AM
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Heres a recent price comparison on a gallon of milk:

298 HEB
319 TARGET
358 SAMS
369 ALBERTSONS
378 WMT
379 LOWES
429 WAG
429 CVS

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Old 12-22-2011, 06:17 AM
 
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Thank you for this. I've been meaning to run to San Angelo and buy milk.
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Old 12-22-2011, 09:33 AM
 
Location: San Angelo, Texas
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Not sure what the point of this thread is. The op must have been really bored.
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Old 12-22-2011, 12:42 PM
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To be of positive service to newcomers. I think its wrong to label helpful volunteers as bored.

Id rather be bored, positive, and helpful than bored, negative, and strictly critical without moving the ball forward. Why waste time posting you are bored with, or dislike, all threads that do not appeal to you or apply to you?
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Old 12-22-2011, 10:46 PM
 
Location: San Angelo, Texas
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To be of positive service to newcomers. I think its wrong to label helpful volunteers as bored.

Id rather be bored, positive, and helpful than bored, negative, and strictly critical without moving the ball forward. Why waste time posting you are bored with, or dislike, all threads that do not appeal to you or apply to you?
No need to get yourself all upset about it. It was just an observation.
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Old 12-27-2011, 07:55 PM
 
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I get curious about different towns around the state and San Angelo happens to be one of them. One of the main things I wonder about are the shopping options and especially grocery stores since they are such an integral part of our lives.

Also amazing is the difference in prices of food and milk is as good a barometer for determing this as anything I'd say.

I live in Burleson, just south of DFW and a gallon of milk at our Walmart is the everyday price of $.98. I guess I haven't realized our fortunate we are!
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Old 05-23-2012, 12:27 PM
 
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I have searched and there seems to be no Kohl's department store in San Angelo. The closest seems to be in Abilene. As far as other choices, I take it there isn't a Home Depot, or Lowe's? I see Lowe's groceries, but I think that's different? Also if you need major appliances, Fridge, Stove and so forth, or gardening supplies, where do you go?
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Old 05-23-2012, 12:56 PM
 
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yes lowes groceries and lowes hardware are different
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Old 05-23-2012, 04:26 PM
 
Location: Texas
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I have searched and there seems to be no Kohl's department store in San Angelo. The closest seems to be in Abilene. As far as other choices, I take it there isn't a Home Depot, or Lowe's? I see Lowe's groceries, but I think that's different? Also if you need major appliances, Fridge, Stove and so forth, or gardening supplies, where do you go?
We have a Lowe's and Home Depot in San Angelo. You can also get gardening supplies at the feed stores. Sure wish we had a Kohl's, I keep hoping.
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