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I decided last minute to hit Copp’s and this is what I ended up with:
6 Chef Boyardee Ravioli @$.93 (was 1.19)
2 Bisquick @$1.79 (was 2.28)
Idahoan Potatoes @$1.29
Kettle Brand Chips @$3.76 (was 3.89)
Old Orchard Juice @$2.00 (was 2.39)
2 Rhode’s Rolls @$2.00 (was 2.69)
Schick Hydro razor $10.49
6 FREE Ravioli, 1 FREE Idahoan, 1 FREE Kettle Brand Chips, 1 FREE Schick, two $.50/1 Bisquick (doubled), $1/1 Old Orchard (doubled), two $1/1 Rhodes (doubled) – and I had two $1 game pieces to turn in. I thought they would take it off at the register, but I had to go to customer service for it after I checked out.
Final total: $35.79 for $.21, saving 99%.
Everything will be donated but the rolls and the juice. I planned on it being a money maker today – but forgot about the sales tax on the razor, LOL!
If you are wondering about the Twix…Miss Sarah insisted on being represented, LOL! That is from her goody bag from a friend of mine. She get’s it after we visit Santa today.
That $.21 makes me still under budget for the year, by $.89, lol– I’m cutting it pretty darned close!