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Friday Finals 12/9

on 12.9.2011 at 6:01pm
6 Comments

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This week we didn’t hit an actual grocery store, instead we did a few Amazon grocery purchases and called it a week.  I really didn’t need much, so using this weeks budget we grabbed a few things that are much cheaper online (or items that we can’t even find in our area).

If you haven’t jumped on to the online grocery bandwagon, don’t feel too left out. It’s not the best fit for everyone.  There are some folks though that can save a lot of money.  If you need organic or gluten free items buying them buy the case online and then getting the extra 15% by selecting subscribe & save will save you tons on select products.

One example:

Gluten Free Bread Mix, 6 pk case, is $27.60
-15% off for Subscribe & Save
Total = $23.46 or $3.91 each

That same mix sold by the box in local stores and other online sites is $6.19!

If that doesn’t convince you, here’s another:

Pamela’s Classic Vanilla Cake Mix (Gluten, Egg and Dairy Free), 6 pk case, $25.14
-15% off for Subscribe & Save
Total = $21.37 or $3.56 each

In our local Kroger this same mix is regularly $6 per bag.  In case you are wondering you can use this mix to make a lot more than cake!  We use it to make some awesome peach cobbler.  I’ll post the recipe tomorrow if you are curious.  It also makes sweet and soft pancakes and pretty much anything else you want to make with it.

Are there any items that you like to buy online to save money?

How did you do on saving this week?  Leave a link or a comment.
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    • mrs b

      I love to buy peeled snacks dried fruit online. They are $2 or so a bag in Starbucks, but I keep finding vouchers for them on deal sites. They had a sale for cyber monday; I used a voucher worth $49 (I paid $19) to buy the big assortment that was $99 on sale for $50. I paid $27 total ($19 voucher, $1 difference plus $7 shipping–vouchers never cover their shipping) for 42 pouches. So, 64 cents a pouch.

    • Mindy

      I buy Nature’s Path toaster pastries from Amazon.  Cheaper than stores with subscribe & save.  Way healthier than Pop Tarts.

    • Debbie

      I always drink one cup of Celestial Seasoning Tension Tamer at night….:)
      and I get it by the case on Amazon-it’s $14.08/6 boxes and right now you can get an add’l 5% off with the code: TEATEA95. Free shipping and NO TAX-there’s another 9.5% for those of us in TN…you do the math. It’s delicious. Makes a great hostess gift, too-esp with a little tea cake treat or whatever you’re making.

    • Blate

      If you are amazon prime does that cover the shipping costs?

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    • Lyddiejay

      Is that your favorite gluten free bread mix.  I haven’t tried one yet.  My daughter has recently gone gf and it is helping eliminate stomach aches.