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First, comes Walgreens.
3 Transactions: (I did the first one twice)
- 1 Mitchum$2.99 (normally $3)
- 1 Hershey’s Kiss $.05 (filler item)
$1.50 Wags RR (Last week’s Carmex deal)
Cost OOP $.70 , got $2 RR back
THEN, I did the one for the cookies:
12 boxes Nabisco Cookies @$1.99 that were on a BOGO special
6 $.75/2 (exp on 9/5)
the $4 in RR from trans 1 and trans 2
Cost OOP $4.09
Grand total $34.84 for $5.40, saving $29.44 (85%)
The Lorna Doone Cookies will be used when our daughter has to bring snacks for her class – they are shortbread cookies that have no peanut/allergy concerns.
**Donation Alert: the deodorants go in the weekly food pantry bag – remember, people can no longer use food stamps on any personal care items – pantries NEED this kind of thing along with toothpaste, tp, shampoo, etc.
Then Came Copps!
4 boxes Golden Grahams Treats @$2.50 (normally 3.19)
Triscuits @$2 (normally $3.25)
4 Wheat Thins @$2 (normally 3.15)
Aussie gel @$2.50 (normally $3.79)
2 Aussie Hair Spray @$2.50 (normally $3.79)
Bag refund $.05, three $1/1 Aussie (doubled), $1/2 Golden Grahams (doubled), $10 store Catalina (gift card purchase)
Total $40.14 for $4.70, saving 88%
**the cereal bars are for snack week at our daughter’s school. I KNOW there were FOUR boxes — I think one ended up on my husband’s desk at work…
So, the budget for the month: