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I DID make it to Copp’s on double coupon day this week — but poorly planned out and late in the afternoon as I had such a horrible migraine this week. Here is what I got, $27.61 for $.52…
1 can Bush’s Grillin Beans (we have been wanting to try these!) $1.75
1 pack Boboli Pizza Sauce (premeasured for 3 pizzas) $2.79
2 Boboli thin crust pizza crusts $4.39 each
4 boxes Totinos pizza Rolls $1.79 ea on sale for $1 (this is easy for a sitter to make and Ms Sarah LOVES the pepperoni ones)!
2 Nestle ready to bake chocolate chip cookie dough ($3.59) for $2.50 each
Coupons used: own bag $.05, $1 Bush (doubled to $1.75), two Nestle for $1 (doubled), two Totinos for $1 (doubled) $12 off Boboli items (two $5 and one $2).
This was $27.61 for $.52, a savings of 98% and now I have a VERY full freezer between this and all of that meat!
Total for the month:
-8.07 (week 1)
-$45.00 (HyVee meat deal)
$46.93 (week 2)
-$12.28 (week 3)
– .52 (this week)
$34.13 to go
Next Wednesday is DOUBLE DOUBLE coupons again … I might have to make my plan of attack! I did get a raincheck for the Nature Valley thins … they can’t seem to keep them in stock…I have coupons for more of those Grillin’ Beans and know I do NOT need to do the cereal deal!
I really only see us needing eggs, yogurt, bread or milk…we are kind of loaded to the gills right now…off to look at the store circular!