- Lean Cuisine - 6 for $10 - $1 coupon = $9 or $1.50 each
- 2 packs Dole Squishems - $4 - 2 $1 coupons = $2 or $1 per pack of 4
- Garnier Fructis Hair Gel - 4 for $12 - 2 $1 printable coupon = $10 or $2.50 each, plus additional Bonus 20 cents in fuel perks.
- Mrs. Buttersworth's $2.50 - $1.10 (55 cent double coupon) = $1.40
- Crest toothpaste - $2.50 - $1.50 (75 cent double coupon) - 75 cent e-coupon = 25 cents
- Crest Pro Health - $4.99 - $1.50 coupons (75 cent double coupon) - 75 cents e coupon = $2.74
- Gala Apples - 10 pounds for $10
- 2 coupons for $1 off per gallon of gas if I transfer 2 prescriptions. Definitely thinking of doing this as Acme's pharmacy seems to be a bit expensive.
I was excited to see that the e-coupons and manufacturer coupons can be used together. This is what I actually bought today:
- Dole Squishems $1 after coupon
- Garnier Fructis Hair Gel - 4 for $10 with coupon plus earned 20 cents in fuel perks
- Crest toothpaste 25 cents after coupons
- large bottle Crest Pro Health $2.74 after coupons
- 3 12 packs diet coke - $11
- 3 pounds sirloin tip roast - Bogo Sale, total cost: $9.22
- Beef Tips for Stroganoff - marked down to $4.04
- 3 - 1/3 pound garlic pepper hamburgers - marked down to $3.63
- Dial Soap - for our trip. I use this to wash my face every morning and night.
Total Spent: $48.00; Saved $19.16 Weekly specials, $6.00 coupons and I saved additional on the meat mark downs but it didn't calculate that into the total savings.
Out of the $48.00: $16.00 out of "extra" money leaving $157 left and $32 comes out of the food budget. I have $251 left in the food budget.
I decided not to buy the lean cuisines since our freezer is pretty full and we didn't need them and we had plenty of syrup so I didn't buy the Mrs. Buttersworth. I also didn't buy the apples since we'll be going on our trip soon and I didn't want to spend $10 out of the grocery budget for them. The 3 pounds of sirloin tip roast will be used to make beef jerkey in the dehydrator before our trip.