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We had a wonderful day of shopping today. I got brave and went to 3 stores this afternoon during what should have been nap time. No naps for us though, and everyone did great. Don’t worry I know it was a fluke and I won’t make a habit of it.
This is everything be bought this week, Publix, Bi-Lo and Rite Aid together.
Total Before Sales and Coupons: $98.10
Total Spent: $35.41
Total Saved: $62.69 or 64%
Total Before Sales and Coupons: $117.19
Total Spent: $25.03
Total Saved: $92.16 or 78%
Total Before Sales and Coupons: $43.41
Total Spent after rebates: $6.45
Total Saved: $36.96 or 85%
Total before Sales and Coupons: $258.70
Total Spent out of pocket: $66.58
Total Saved: $192.12 or 74.3%
Year to date:
Total Value of Purchases: $2589.34
Total Spent: $782.62 ($52.17 weekly average)
Total Saved: $1806.72 or 69.8%
Tips from this weeks trip:
- Grabbed an extra ham to stock up at Easter prices (lowest price until the next “family” holiday)
- Bought 4 Wheat Thins, using (2) B1G1 and (2) -.55/1 coupons — Always remember that a B1G1 coupon is really a coupon off one item and the other item is still full store price and can have another coupon used.
- Used a coupon found in a Publix flyer at Bi-Lo because it was a manufacturers coupon — don’t let the words “Redeem at” scare you. If it is a manufacturers coupon use it where you want to!
- Redeemed a raincheck for the skillet meals. When I got the raincheck I told customer service that I had a coupon that would expire before they were restocked — they wrote okay to use expired coupons on the raincheck!! Made the meals $1.50 ea instead of $7.99 ea. (I love Publix.)
How did you do this week? Leave a comment or link to your savings post. (Please link directly to your post and not to your homepage.)