So here’s a fact about me, I love to grocery shop, I really do, I love the entire process, the cart, the sales, the loading and unloading of items in my cart, I really have fun with it. Although I really only do one big grocery shopping trip a month, and then I do maybe two little ones for milk, bread and produce. Here’s why I really love grocery shopping. I love saving, Saving’s = More.
Those are all my coupons deducted from my order.
I spent $159.82, but my bill should have been $249.48. I know right!
- So I had $29.50 in coupons
- Kroger’s matched an additional $25.25, my store doubles up to $1.00
- Store Coupons from fliers, manager special and electronic savings $34.91
- Total Savings $89.66
I was not messing around. I was being a super saver, now breaking it down, I will show you how much time I spent with the prepping and shopping for these savings.
- 1 hour – Cutting Coupons and Printing Coupons
- 10 minutes – Loading Electronic Coupons to My Store Card
- 20 minutes – Matching Up Sale Items to Coupons and Making a List
- 1 hour 30 minutes – Spent Shopping
Apples were .88 cents per pound this week, so I loaded up, two weeks ago apples were $1.59 a pound. Apples stay fresh and last forever in your crisper drawer.
There were so many Manger Special’s this week. These Dole Spinach Kits were on sale for $1.49 each.
These crackers and granola bars were both on sale and when combined with a $1.00 coupon that doubled, I ended up paying $1.00 for each item.
A huge score for me was the Peanut Butter Company, White Chocolate Peanut Butter, it was on a Closeout Special for $3.23 and I had a $1.00 coupon that doubled so I paid $1.23 for it! I did not know this would be on closeout, it looks like the store is eliminating this flavor, so I am always ready with my Couponizer in my cart, just in case a situation like this comes up.
So many great deals this week. Here’s a link to a previous post on Saving and Using Coupons. I have a few of my favorite coupon printing sites listed.
This California roll platter normally sells for $8.99, but I snagged it for $4.49.
Bread and eggs are always on the list, but when there on sale and I have a coupon it makes the trip.
Question of the Day: Does your grocery store double coupons?
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