Starfish Market has begun posting its weekly specials online. You can see them here.
The Inquiring Iguana stumbled onto them while reading a thread about what vacationers should expect to pay for food on vacation.
The gist of comments was at least 15% to 30% more than stateside. Some folks think that's conservative.
"Perhaps if you are buying a bag of sugar, a bag of flour, staples may only have that kind of markup (15%), said Sharkinthewater. "But food? Like chips, salsa, bottled water, beer, meat, cheese, vegetables. I would budget 2x whatever you would spend at home."
Tinkerbelle, a frequent visitor, shops around. "I normally shop at STJ Market, Pine Peace or Dolphin and then only go to Starfish if I need something the others don't have."
Buying groceries at Cost u Less or a supermarket on St. Thomas will also yield some savings. Although more than one person suggested you carefully watch the prices rung up to make sure they're the same as those on the store shelves.