BI-LO helps customers stock up on game day essentials with deep discounts

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To help customers stock up on affordable and convenient crowd ready favorites for Sunday’s big game, BI-LO is offering competitive pricing on the items customers will shop the most. At the forefront of the deep discounts are avocados for only 50 cents—I think it is time to make a lot of guacamole #avosmash !

It is estimated that more than 270 million fresh avocados will be consumed leading up to the game on Sunday, Feb. 7 and BI-LO will be offering them for 50 cents each, as well as other great deals.

A quick budget-friendly game day grocery list to make the perfect chicken nachos could include:

· Sanderson Farms Whole Chicken was $1.49/lb., now $1.00/lb.

· Sanderson Farms Chicken Breast was $4.00/lb., now $2.50/lb.

· Winn-Dixie Shredded Sharp Cheddar (8 oz.) was $3.59, now $2.50

· Hickory Sweet Regular Bacon (16 oz.) was $5.99, now $4.00

· Avocados now 50 cents each


Additionally, customers can visit any BI-LO store in the Carolinas on Saturday and Sunday, February 6-7, for $10.00 24-packs of selected premium beer varieties with a grocery purchase of $40*, while supplies last. This $10 beer deal includes Bud, Bud Light, Miller, Miller Lite, Coors, Coors Light, Yuengling and Yuengling Light 24-pack bottles and cans (where applicable).

*Beer is not included in the $40 grocery purchase, along with normal exclusions. Limit 1 per customer. $10 beer deal is Feb. 6-7 only. No rain checks offered.

Do you celebrate the Big Game with a lot of friends and family? We have a huge party every year at our hunting club. My husband makes BBQ chicken. We actually stocked up on chicken just recently when Bi-Lo had them on sale for .25 lb.


Usually everyone that attends the party will bring a side dish. I love finger foods and everyone loves my husbands chicken so we have a mixture for the big game event.


What do you do for the big game day? How do you celebrate? We have a full weekend of fun starting off on Saturday we shoot skeet and ride atvs and have a small meal cooked. Then ,on big game day we pretty much do the same thing but we have a much larger spread of food for the big game day.


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