This week was a particularly good week for Walgreens and Hen House deals, for my family’s needs anyways. The past couple of months I haven’t been able to really shop much at Walgreens because there wasn’t anything in their sales ads that I needed. This week however, is different and while there wasn’t a whole lot I needed there were a few things. As for Hen House, you may have noticed that the last few months my savings has gone down, well that’s because I’m pregnant and have gestational diabetes, I have to be on a special diet. I am very limited in what I can eat so I have no choice but to buy certain things that I may or may not (most of the time it’s not) have coupons for. I can’t wait til October when I have the baby and can go back to normal eating.
Anyways, here are some of the great deals I came across at Walgreens:
-1 box of Puffs Plus on sale for $.99 each and I had a $1.00/1 Walgreens coupon (the kind that prints from the register) making it free! Plus it printed out another $1.00/1 coupon so I can go back sometime before Sunday and get another free box.
-1 pkg (6ct) Dove Mens bar soap and 2 bottles of Dove Men’s body wash, 1 Dove scrub brush, 2 Dove Mens deoderant and 2 pks Dove bar soaps (not mens) on sale for 3/$18 and 4/$15. I used a $4.00 coupon for the bar soap, a bogo free coupon, and a $2.00 coupon making them a really good deal. Plus as a bonus, I got back $11.00 in RR!
-1 pkg of Expo washable dry erase on regular price was $10.49, they were on sale for $7.49 plus there was a Walgreens in store coupon for $3.00 and I had my $2.00 coupon making them just $2.49!
Hen House Deals
-1 Glad Cling Wrap and 1 Glad Press and Seal on sale for 10/$10 and I had a $.50/2 coupon making them $.50 each.
-1 pkg Bounty Basic 6 rolls paper towels on sale for $5.99 and I had a $1.00 coupon making it $4.99.
-3 bottles of French’s mustard (the larger bottles) on sale for $.99 and I used 3 $.30 coupons (doubled) making them $.39 each.
-1 bottle of French’s spicy mustard on sale for $1.59 and I used another $.50 coupon (doubled) making it $.59.
-1 box of Tetley tea bags on sale for $1.62 and I used a $.50 coupon (doubled) making it $.62.
-1 bottle of Langer Cranberry Juice on sale for $2.19 and there was a $1.00 coupon on the shelf making it $1.19.
-1 large jar of Mt. Olive hamburger sliced pickles on sale for $1.99 and I used a $.50 coupon (doubled) making it $.99.
-2 boxes Kelloggs Cinnabon cereal on sale for $2.49 each and I used a $.75 coupon/2 making them $2.11 each.
-1 box Post Vanilla Almond shredded wheat on clearance for $2.19 and I had a $1.00 coupon making it $1.19.
-2 boxes Kix cereal on sale for $2.49 each and I used a $.50/2 coupon (doubled) making them $2.00 each.
-1 4pk Seatles Best iced latte drink on sale for $3.99 and I used a $2.00 coupon making it $1.99.
-1 4pk Yoplait Plus yogurt on sale for $1.89 and I used a $.50 coupon (doubled) making it $.89.
-2 pkgs Totinos pizza rolls on sale for $.99 each and I used a $.40/2 coupon (doubled) making them $.59 each.
-5 pkgs Rhodes frozen dinner rolls on sale for $1.89 each and I used 5 $.75 coupons making them $1.14 each.
-2 pkgs Green Giant frozen veggies $2.15 each and I used 2 $.50 coupons (doubled) making them $1.15 each.
-2 Pure Protein bars on sale $1.49 each and I used a BOGO free coupon.
-1 pkg frozen Idaho sweet potatoe fries, these were free with my coupon.
My total out of pocket was $113.03, my savings was 47% tonight!
As many of you know, I have a large family (5 kids plus one on the way) so when we travel it’s that much more costly for us. Over the years I have learned ways to save us money, time and stress when traveling, yet still make it fun and enjoyable for all. As we prepare to go on another vacation soon and as this is prime vacation season, I thought it appropriate to blog about it so here goes!
Tips for on the road travel
-Plan ahead! Make a few different lists a week in advance so you have time to add things as they come up and you have time to prepare. Examples of my lists are: Van list (things we need to have inside the van and easily accessible including a first aid kit and toy bags for each kid), Personal list (this includes meds for each person, toiletry items, etc.) , a misc. list (includes misc. items we will need like swim suits, laundry soap, sun screen, etc.) and then finally I make a grocery list which includes snack foods and any items I may need to purchase before we leave (DRAMAMINE for the kiddos who get car sick).
-Make sure you refill any meds that you may run out of or get doctors refill notes if needed.
-Pay your bills before you leave! The last thing you want to come home to is a utility shut off or a letter stating your house payment/rent is late. Just get it all done before you leave so you have peace of mind during and after vacation.
-Start packing ahead of time…..by that I mean get your suit cases out a few days before you are leaving and start putting items in there that you know you won’t need. For example: swim suits, laundry items (soap, stain remover, dirty laundry bag). Start packing the kids toy bags, start packing a few items of clothing that you know you won’t need right away and some toiletry items you won’t need right away.
-where we are going, it’s a 2 day drive for us…that’s a lot of driving and we try to stop as little as possible. This means we do not eat out at restaurants (including fast food) unless we are desperate. Instead I bring as much food as I can with us…..I will get more in depth on this subject in a few minutes.
-When you have to make a stop, try to pick a rest area or if you need gas a station that has an open field or something nearby. My husband and I take the kids to the bathrooms first and then we let the kids run wild for about 10-15min. After being cooped up in a van in carseats they need it! Even plan a stop during lunch or breakfast where you can eat outside and then let the kids play. When the kids are happy in the vehicle, the parents are happy.
-Have the kids help pack their toy bags ahead of time, this will get them excited about their trip and save you stress so you don’t pack the wrong things :/.
-If possible, load up the vehicle the night before you leave (if leaving in the morning) or the morning of (if leaving at night).
- Stop mail at your house a few weeks before you leave, the post office needs plenty of notice. Stop the papers from being delivered during your vacation, this will help keep your house a little safer if people don’t know you are gone. Get your house/pet sitter lined up ahead of time and have them come over a week before you leave so you can show them what they need to do.
-Make your hotel reservations (if you need them). Please do not wait on this, it’s very stressful trying to find a hotel room especially on a weekend and especially if you have a larger family. If you know the day you are arriving, book it in advance and plan your travel time around that.
-Get your vehicle maintenance done ahead of time (oil change, tune-up, travel check). That way you have plenty of time to get any necessary work done before you have to leave.
-throughout the year save condiment packets and samples you get in the mail….they come in handy when traveling.
-If you have to stay in a hotel then you have to but depending upon how long you will be there, there may be something cheaper like a cottage, beach house, condo, etc. so check around first. But an even better idea would be to stay with family or someone you know. With their permission first of course, see if they would let you stay if not for free offer them a small fee and pay for your own food.
-DON”T FORGET YOUR COUPONS!!!
Saving money on Food
As I stated above we don’t eat fast food unless we have to while traveling, it’s just too expensive and it does take up a good chunk of time. Instead here is what I do:
-we usually leave late at night so the kids and I will sleep most of the way, however, that leaves my husband with all of the night driving by himself so I make sure to have a few special snacks for him to help stay awake. I try to get him crunchy things like carrots, grapes and peanuts those seem to work best for him and are very easy to munch on while driving. I also make sure he has a couple of caffinated drinks on hand just in case.
-I take the smallest cooler I can, not a huge one. The only thing we use a cooler for is fruits, maybe milk if you are traveling with a baby, maybe lunch meat. I can usually just use a larger size lunch bag with an ice pack.
-We mostly drink water while in the van and by that I don’t mean bottled water either. Bottled water costs too much money so we each have our own water bottle that we fill up and take with us. Water doesn’t have to be cold so why bring a cooler to take up space? Plus if it spills, it won’t stain!
-I pack a grocery bag full of snacks and a grocery bag full of non-snack items. In my snack bag I will put a box of ziplock type snack baggies or sandwich baggies. I will usually have a bag of goldfish crackers, a tupperware container of baby carrots or carrot sticks, a box of fruit snacks, etc. I try not to pack too many salty things where it would cause the kids to drink extra. In my “other” bag I will pack a loaf of bread, a baggie full of condiment packets that I’ve collected over several months, a plastic knife or two, maybe a jar of peanut butter and a small jelly, box of non sugar cereal like Kix or Cheerios (limit the sugar in your kids when traveling!!!), larger baggie full of homemade trail mix, grapes, etc. While my husband is driving I can make sandwiches pretty easily for everyone or if it’s morning I can put some cereal in baggies. I never pre-pack the cereals, crackers, etc. because it takes too much time but also you don’t know how many you will need. Some kids may feel like fruit snacks while others want goldfish, etc. This just makes it much easier on me and on them. If you have to have juice in the car for the kids instead of just water, then you can add this too. It’s typically much cheaper to just buy a large bottle and hand out paper cups but the individual juices are easier. Please do not waste your money on travel sized cereals, snacks, etc. it’s always cheaper to buy a full size box and hand it out individually.
-If you are having to stay in a hotel, get one that includes free breakfast! We are partial to the Staybridge Suites because not only do they have special rooms large enough for our entire family but also they have the best/biggest free breakfast every morning. Seriously, they have a buffet not just a few bagels and cereals where you have to race to get them first or you miss out. NO these guys have eggs (scrambled and boiled), yogurts, waffles, cereals, fruit, sausage or bacon, every kind of juice imaginable, coffee, muffins, etc. You name it they have it and they keep restocking so you don’t have to race.
-If you are staying in a hotel with a fridge or small kitchenette, take advantage and go to the grocery store (did you remember your coupons?). Then you can keep a small container of milk, a box of cereal, some snacks, lunch meats, etc. to have on hand for meals or when someone gets hungry. Try to feed the family before going out of the hotel so you don’t have to stop and spend money on restaurants.
-don’t forget a small container of wipes or at the very least a roll of paper towels!
-I also have kids that get car sick so I make sure we have a couple of empty grocery bags just in case, these also come in handy for trash bags.
Other Ways to Save Money When Traveling
-Those samples you request or receive in the mail, save them! Bring them with you on vacation, they take up very little space and will save you money on buying travel sizes. I save all of my shampoo samples for vacation, I have very thin/dry hair so usually the hotel shampoos I can’t use but that’s okay because I have my own!
-I also save toothpaste samples, lotion samples, deoderant samples, etc. for traveling that way I don’t have to worry about taking full sizes yet don’t have to pay for travel sizes.
-Save your laundry soap samples! I know it’s hard because you want to try them out right away but trust me, save them. Most hotels have a laundry room but they charge so much for the soap and it’s usually only good for 1-2 loads. Bringing your own samples with you will save you lots of money! I also bring along a small plastic container of stain remover (shout, resolve, tide, etc.) to help with the tough spots. That way I don’t have to buy new clothes for the kids when we get home!
-Speaking of clothes, I always pack an extra outfit for the baby and make sure to have the kids clothes the most accessible in the van just in case.
Toy/Activity Bags for the Kids
-I try to make sure that I get the larger ziplock type bags to put a few travel things in for each kids. Write each childs name on the bag so there is no confusion and head to the dollar store or their own rooms. At the dollar store, Walgreens, Walmart, wherever you go get a notebook for each child (I say for all kids age 4 and older), a small 8ct box of crayons, I will usually buy them a very small and very cheap new toy to play with, maybe a small coloring book or activity book.
-Bring a travel game or at least some travel game ideas. For Christmas one of my boys got a travel Hangman game from Melissa and Doug, it’s awesome! The tile letters and man are all attached via rubber bands so they are moveable yet don’t come off to get lost and the bottom part is dry-erase so it makes it so simple and fun! You can also go online and get some great travel game ideas like I Spy, Slug Bug, How Many, etc.
-Of course there are gameboys, DSs, Leapsters, etc. not to mention portable DVD players! Just don’t forget your chargers!
-Books! I always make sure each child takes a book, for the older boys it’s a chapter book so it will take them several days to get through. I strongly advise AGAINST getting library books and movies to bring along, this may cost you way more money when you get back if you happen to damage or lose them while on vacation.
-I will also bring along a small package of washable markers for the kids to share but I hold on to them until they are wanted.
I’m sure I will think of other things that I have mistakenly left out and I will add them as I remember them. But these are the basic things.
Hey two weeks in a row, can you believe it!!!! Well I had another great night grocery shopping at Hen House with a 46% savings. Remember to join my facebook page to get links to coupons, giveaways, samples, etc. Here are some of the great deals I found:
-2 candy bars $.65 each and I used the $.50/2 coupon (doubled) from the Sunday paper making them just $.15 each.
-3 packets of El Paso Taco Seasoning $.85 each and I used a $.60/3 coupon making them $.65 each.
-8 cans of Libby’s veggies on sale for $.59 each and I had 2 $1.00/4 coupons making them just $.34 each.
-4 cans of Taco Bell refried beans on sale for $1.00 and I used 2 $.50/2 coupons (doubled) making them just $.50 each.
-2 packets of Uncle Bens’ Ready Rice on sale for $1.96 each and I used my free coupon and another $.75 coupon making them just $.61 each.
-4 boxes of Jolly Time Popcorn on sale for $2.00 each and I used 4 $1.00 coupons from the Sunday paper making them just $1.00 each.
-1 pkg of Min. Rice brown rice cups on sale for $1.79 and I used a $.50 coupon (doubled) making it just $.79.
-1 bottle of Lawry’s marinade on sale for $1.99 and I used a $.50 coupon (doubled) making it just $.99.
-2 jars of Bertelli Spaghetti sauce on sale for $2.29 each and I used a $1.50/2 coupon making them just $1.54 each. I don’t typically buy Spaghetti sauce but it I can get a good deal on the good brands I will because sometimes it’s nice to have on hand.
-1 box Cheerios on sale for $2.29 and I used a $.55 coupon making it $1.74.
-1 box Cinnamon Toast Crunch on sale for $2.29 and I used a $.55 coupon making it $1.74.
-3 boxes of Kelloggs cereals on sale for $2.50 each and I used a $1.50/3 coupon making them $2.00 each.
-2 boxes of Keebler Town House crackers on sale for $1.69 and I used 2 $1.00 coupons making them just $.69 each.
-2 3lb pkgs of strawberries on sale for $3.69 each (these freeze great and are perfect for making jams, pies, etc.)
Then I stopped off at Hy-Vee for a few items like 2 bottles of Sunny D on sale for 2/$3.00 and I used 2 $.55 coupons making them just $.95 each. I also picked up 4 pkgs of Buddig lunch meats on sale for $1.00 each and I used 2 $1.00/2 coupons making them just $.50 each. 3 boxes of Kraft Mac n Cheese shapes on sale for $.79 each my kids love this kind but due to the price I never get it unless it’s on sale like this. 2 pkgs of Kraft Big Slice cheeses on sale for $2.78 each and I used 2 $1.00 coupons making them $1.78 each.
Hello fans, I just wanted to let you know that I am giving away several coupon packs on my facebook page HERE. Taking entries until 4pm (Monday). There is a doggie pack, kitty pack, a Pampers pack and 4 misc. packs. Lot’s of coupons!!!!
I know it’s been forever right??? Well, it’s true it has. I have discovered that between taking care of my family, being pregnant, sewing for my business, doctors appointments and much more……I am so strapped for time. If you have been following my facebook page though you should still be in the know.
Tonight I shopped at Hen House and had a 45% savings. Here are some of the great deals I got tonight:
-1 can of Comet powder cleanser on sale for $.75 and I had a $.25 coupon (doubled) making it just $.25.
-2 containers of Lysol disinfectant wipes on sale for $1.99 each and I had 2 $1.50 coupons making them just $.49 each.
-2 boxes Ortega large taco shells on sale for $1.89 each. I used a $.50 coupon (doubled) making them $1.39 each.
-1 box Cheerios on sale for $2.29 and I used a $.55 coupon making it $1.74.
-2 boxes Kix cereal on sale for $2.29 each and I used 2 $.75 coupons making them $1.54 each.
-1 box Special K crackers on sale for $2.49 and I used a $.50 coupon (doubled) making it $1.49.
-1 pkg of Oreo Fudge Cremes on sale for $2.89 and I used a $.50 coupon (doubled) making it $1.89.
-1 pkg Parkay Margarine sticks on sale for $1.29 and I used a $.55 coupon making it $.74.
-1 tub Country Crock butter spread on sale for $2.99 and I used a $.40 coupon (doubled) making it $2.09./
-3 pkgs Rhodes frozen dinner rolls on sale for $1.99 each and I used 3 $1.00 coupons making them $.99 each.
-2 pkgs Voila $3.65 each but I used my 2 $3.00 coupons making them just $.65 each.
-1 pkg Ball Park hotdogs on sale for $2.50 and I used a $1.00 coupon making them $1.50.
Not too bad!
Tonight I had a 46% savings on my grocery bill, yay! For starters, I did go to Aldi this week for milk, bread and frozen veggies (3 pkgs) and a dozen eggs. The rest of my shopping was done at Hen House, here are some of the great deals they have:
-2 pkgs strawberries on sale for $.69 each (limit of 2)
-1 pineapple on sale for $2.99 each.
-2 boxes of Puffs tissues (108 ct) for $1.52 each but I had a $.50/2 coupon (doubled) making them $1.02 each. Not a huge sale but Puffs are so expensive normally and this was a good deal.
-4 pouches of Starkist Tuna on sale for $1.19 each, I had 4 $.50 coupons (doubled) making them just $.19 each.
-1 box of Duncan Hines brownie mix for $2.09 and I used a $.50 coupon (doubled) making it $1.09.
-1 bag of Mission Tortilla chips, I used my FREE bag coupon so this was fee.
-1 box of Cheese-It baby swiss crackers on sale 50% off ($1.99) and I had a $1.00/1 coupon making it just $.99.
-3 Yoplait Greek yogurts on sale for $.99. I used 2 $.35/1 coupons and a $.30/1 coupon (doubled) making them just $.32 each.
-3 cans of Pillsbury Cinnamon rolls on sale for $1.29 I used a $.50/3 coupon (doubled) making them $.96 each.
-1 half gallon Silk milk $3.75 and I had a $2.00/1 coupon making it just $1.75.
-1 pkg Farm Fresh meatballs on sale for $4.99 and I had a $.75 coupon making it $4.24.
-1 pkg Fisher Boy fish sticks on sale for $3.49 and I had a $.50 coupon (doubled) making it just $2.49.
-1pkg of Wonderful Pistachios on sale for $3.99 and I had a $1.00 coupon making it just $2.99.
-I also bought an Angel Food cake to go with my strawberries and it ended up being on sale $1.30 off the price.
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I had another good shopping trip with a 45% savings at Hen House tonight and this time I didn’t have time to scan over the sale ads before hand either, not bad. Here are some of the great deals I came across at Hen House:
-4 cans of Campbells Chicken Noodle Soup on sale for $.65 each and I used a $.40/4 (doubled) coupon making them $.45 each.
-8 cans of Progresso soups on sale 10/$10.00 and I used 2 $1.00/4 coupons making them $.75 each.
-2 boxes of Sunbelt cereal bars $2.19 each and I used one of my BOGO free coupons from their facebook offer on Valentine’s Day making them $1.10 each.
-1 box of Jollytime popcorn on sale 2/$4.00 and I used a $.50/1 coupon (doubled) making it $1.00.
-2 bags of Malt-O-Meal cereals on sale 2/$4.00 and I used a $2.00/2 coupon making them $1.00 each.
-1 pkg of the Philly Cream Cheese minis at $1.69, I used a $.50/1 coupon (doubled) making it $.69.
-2 pkgs of Philly cream cheese for cooking on sale for $1.79 each and I used 2 $1.50 coupons making them just $.29 each. Can’t beat that price…..well unless you can find it free.
-2 pkgs YoBaby yogurts at $2.45 each but I had a BOGO free coupon making them $1.23 each.
-1 large pkg of Reames frozen egg noodles on sale for $2.50 and I used a $.50 coupon (doubled) making is $1.50.
These are some of the best deals I got tonight. My total savings was $65.95 and my total out of pocket was $90.79. Now remember, this is the majority of our food for the week but I get my meat, milk and sometimes produce at Aldi for the week. I usually end up spending about $50 at Aldi as we go through almost a gallon of milk a day, yikes!
Due to our blizzard a few days ago, I wasn’t able to do my normal shopping until tonight. I went to Hen House (as usual) and I ended up with a 45% savings, woot! Now, I would love to have a 50% savings or more every week but anything over 40% is good. Here are some of the great deals I got tonight:
-For starters I used my Yoplait coupon and got a free yogurt. YAY, gotta love free!
-2 packets of Knorr sauce for $1.29 and I used 2 of the $.50 coupons (doubled) from Sunday’s paper making them $.29 each.
-2 packages of Texas Toast croutons for $1.55 each and I used 2 $.50 coupons (doubled) from the Sunday paper making them $.55 each.
-2 boxes of Lipton Chicken Soup for $1.59 each and I used 2 $.40 coupons (doubled) from the Sunday paper making them $.79 each.
-1 package of McCormick Spanish Recipe for Chicken on clearance for $1.29 and I used a $.50 coupon (doubled) making it $.29.
-2 packages of Ortega Taco Shells (the big box) on sale for $1.89 each and I had a $.50/2 coupon (doubled) making them $1.39 each.
-2 cans of Campbells Healthy Select soups on sale for $1.25 and I used a $1.00/2 coupon making them $.75 each.
-2 jars of Mt Olive pickles for $2.56 each and I used 2 $.50 coupons (doubled) making them $1.56 each.
-3 boxes of Orville Redenbocker popcorn clipless coupon sale price of $1.59 each. I use a $.40/1 coupon (doubled) and a $.50/2 coupons (doubled) making them $.99 each.
-2 boxes of Kix cereal on sale for $2.50 and I used a $1.00/2 coupon making them $2.00 each.
-2 bags of Tostitos chips on sale for $2.49 each and I used 2 $.55 coupons from the Sunday paper making them $1.94 each.
-1 box of Quaker Oat Squares cereal on sale for $2.99 and I used a $1.00 coupon from the Sunday paper making it $1.99.
-1/2 gallon of Roberts Strawberry milk on sale for $1.79 and I used a $.40 coupon which was not doubled making it $1.39.
-Scrubbing bubbles items: I had 2 coupons to use…1) buy a box of Toilet Gel ($4.92) and you get a free starter kit up to $6.99. At Hen House the starter kit was $7.69 so I did have to pay a small amount for it but the majority was free. 2) The other coupons was buy a box of Toilet Gel ($4.92 and get a free refill brush pack ($5.59) and that I did get entirely free.
My total out of pocket was $95.53 and my savings was $68.73 making it a 45% savings.
So those of you who are like me and do not can things, here is a recipe that I put together for homemade spaghetti sauce. My family loves homemade anything and I love making things homemade as I can control what I am putting into them. I can control the sugar, salt, etc. and use no preservatives! There is no doubt that homemade cooking is the best for your health all around BUT that being said, it can be quite tedious and may get a little expensive. Sorry, I got a little off track here….now back to this recipe. I love this recipe because it takes all of 5 min to make and it costs under $1.00 to make and it’s very good.
1 large can of diced tomatoes (drained thoroughly) and I use the largest can but can’t remember what the size is.
1 can of tomato sauce (you can use paste instead but you will have to add some water to thin it out a bit)
Seasonings to taste (I use garlic salt, oregano, basil, thyme, a pinch of sage and onion powder) I do not measure, I just put some in and taste if I need to add more than I do.
You may also add fresh veggies if you have some on hand or if you have any frozen. I also add a tablespoon or two of grated parmesan cheese.
-Add all ingredients (except veggies if you are using them) into a blender and blend until smooth. Put into a pot and heat til noodles are ready.
Yes that’s it! I know you think, wow that’s so quick and easy it seems too good to be true but I’m telling you, it’s delicious. No sugar (if you notice the jarred sauces have a lot of sugar in them), no salt other than the garlic salt, no preservatives, takes about 5min to make and costs less than $1.00 unless you have to buy seasonings.
I just got back from my weekly shopping trip and this weeks savings wasn’t quite as good as last weeks but it was still awesome. This week I ended up with a 46% savings at Hen House! Here are some of the great deals I got:
-15 cans of Chunky Soups on sale for $.99 each I used several coupons with them though. I had 3 $.50/2 coupons (doubled), I had a $1.50/4 coupon and a $2.00/5 coupon making them $.56 each.
-2 jars of Red Gold salsas on sale for 2/$3.00 and I used a $1.00/2 coupon making them $1.00 each.
-2 bottles of French’s Worchesire sauce at $.82 each and I used 2 $.50 coupons (doubled) making them free plus overage.
-2 cans of Pringles on sale for $1.29 each and I used a $1.00/2 coupon making them $.79 each.
-1 bottle of French’s Honey Mustard on sale for $1.49, I used a $.50 coupon (doubled) making it $.49.
-1 bottle of French’s Honey Mustard Dip on sale for $1.49 and I used a $.50 coupon (doubled) making it $.49.
-1 bag of Kraft Deluxe Homestyle Mac n Cheese on sale for $2.89 and I used a $1.00 coupon making it $1.89.
-1 box of Kix cereal on sale for $2.99 and I used a $.50 coupon (doubled) making it $1.99.
-Kelloggs Crunchy Nut Cereal on sale for $2.99 and I used a $1.00 coupon making it $1.99 plus on the box is a rebate form for a free box.
-6 Roberts yogurts on sale for 2/$1.00 and I used 2 coupons Buy 2 get 1 free so I got them for $.33 each.
-2 pkgs Kraft shredded cheese on sale for $1.88 each and I used a $1.00/2 coupon making them $1.38 each.
-2 pkgs Rhodes frozen dinner rolls on sale for $1.89 each and I used 2 $.50 coupons (doubled) making them $.89 each.
These are some of the deals I got tonight….my total savings was $81.70 and my out of pocket was 99.47