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Friday Finals 10/29

on 10.29.2010 at 11:02pm

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This week I had to do something I haven’t done in over 4 years…  I ran out of butter while trying to make mashed potatoes and was forced to pay almost $4 for stick butter.  If I weren’t so southern I probably could have suffered through mashed potatoes with no butter, but that is just wrong!  Butter needs almost a stick… or if you’re Paula Deen it needs two sticks!

The lesson from it all – – never run out!  Butter freezes and I should have had at least one package in the freezer.

Total Spent: $3.89
Total Saved: nothing…

I made up for it at Kroger the next day stocking up on FREE cereal.  You still have another day of this great sale so head out if you can.

Total before sales and coupons: $44.10
Total Spent: $15.71
Total Saved: $28.39 or 64.3%

I only grabbed cereal, milk and some of the free toothpaste and other unadvertised deals list in the post above.

How did you do this week?  Leave a comment or a link to your savings post.