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I had this Copp’s trip planned A WEEK AGO
and forgot that I was going to go there until
about 2:00 this afternoon when I saw a
friend’s trip proudly displayed on facebook, LOL!
Good thing I had my plan ready!
I ended up with 71 items:
- 8 boxes of cereal
- 1 gallon of milk (behind Miss Sarah – who had to jump into the picture and bring the cat…)
- 2 Ovaltine
- 50 Powerbar Bars (seems redundant to me)
- 5 Nivea lipcare
- 5 Carmex Lip care.
5 Carmex Lip Care @$.99
1 gallon milk @$2.69
-coupons used: store milk coupon $.30, five $.30 carmex (doubled), $2 Q from Trans 1 on powerbars, $3 Cat from Trans 1, $4 Cat from Trans 1, $3.25 milk voucher from Trans 2
Total: $46.50 for $11.25 and they gave me $9.00 back (5 for Nestle, $4 from PowerBar) for a total of $2.25
Grand total: $135.28 for $12.37, 91% saving and I have $40 in GM coupons to boot! Woo-hoo!
See? It DOES pay to read Facebook once in a while, LOL!
- 8 boxes of Cereal – to the food pantry
- 10 lip protection – to the Blessing Bags
- 25 PowerBar bars – to the Blessing Bags
Our Monthly $100 Budget:
-$7.90 (School lunch 1x week)
-$0 Walgreen’s 1/4
$ 92.10 To Go
-$1.67 dinner out (includes tip, used a gift card)
-$27.98 Copps Run
$62.45 to go
-$.40 Target 1/8
-$5.20 Walgreen’s 1/8
$56.85 to go
-$12.37 – Copps 1/11
$44.48 to go (that includes the $9 Cats from today and the $7 RRs I have in my hands)
How did you do at the store today?