It's a super light week this week - necessities only. Our cupboards are chock full of stuff!
I'm going to take advantage of the $4/9 plus $5 GC offer. I have $2 in manufacturer's coupons, $1 in store coupons, and I'll get a $5 GC to get 2 boxes of Pop-Tarts and 2 packages of Keebler cookies for $1.
I'll also be taking advantage of the coupons I received from consumer affairs for my concerns about products. I have $5 in Kellogg's and $10 in Gerber products.
I'm also using a free YoMommy yogurt coupon (approx savings of $3.99)
OP: about $32; OOP: $1
I'm only going to take advantage of the $5 RR that I have that will expire. I'll be getting the M&M's that are $4/10, and will receive an ES rebate of $5.
OP: 12.76; OOP: $5 (since I already counted the RR previously)
Taking advantage of the 40th anniversary sale. I have to spend $25 to get it. Since I'm doing that, I'll also do the "purchase ten get $5" offer.
Hellmann's Mayo, Lettuce, Patrick Cudahy Sweet Applewood Bacon, and white bread for $.40 each (store coupon).
$1 off (store coupon) for twin pack of milk
Toaster Strudel on sale for $2.22 - manufacturer's coupon for $1/2
Old El Paso dinner kits on sale for $2.22 - manufacturer's coupon for $1/2
Trix multipacks of yogurt on sale for $2.50 - man. coupon for $.75/2
Betty Crocker fruit snacks on sale for $2 - man. coupon for $.50/2
General Mills granola bars on sale for $2.25 - 3 man. coupons each for $.50/1 (Curves, Nature Valley, and Fiber One)
So I'll have 11 items and qualify for the extra $5 savings.
OP: I'm guessing here, but approximately $49; OOP: $31.63
Plus, we'll have plenty of things to throw in my husband's lunch for a while!
No Grocery Game list for Cub this week, which is why the OP might be off a bit.
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