It is my personal recomendation that you don't shout this out and then 'chop' the cashiers head. Just keep your cool and get your heiny to the car. Although- yesterday I was pressed for time and still managed to trapse in and out of TWO grocery stores scarfing up not only a few necessary items but all the sale items I went in for. HEIIIII- YA!
30 cheeses at $1.99=59.70
Less buy 10 save $3 (x3)= -$9
Less 3 save $.55 on american singles= -$1.65
Less 13 save $1 off two Kraft blocks or shreds= -$13
Total out of pocket= $36.05
Plus I got back TWO $10 coupons off my next shopping trip- so I got $20 back.
That makes each package around $.55 if you take off the $20 coupons- which you KNOW I'll use.
(why I didn't buy another block of cheese and use another $1 coupon is beyond me- oops)
Cheese freezes well- and we eat ALOT of it. So this was a good deal for our house.
A couple other good purchases in my opinion at Marsh this week:
Cinnamon toast crunch cereal bars- $1.99 and I used $1 off coupons- paid $.99 each.
Dial pump soap- $1 and I used $.35 coupons that doubled- paid $.30 each.
Sunny D- $1.49 buy 10 items save another $.50 per item, so -$.50, plus I used a $.25 coupon that doubled- so the final cost was $.49 per bottle.
Post fruity pebble or cocoa pebble cereal bars- $2.49, less $.50 per item sale, plus $.75 coupon, final cost $1.24 per box.
Dannon Yogurt- $2, less $.50 per item sale, plus $.50 coupon that doubled- final cost $.50 per 4 pack.
Pasta Roni- 1.39 per box, less $.50 per item sale, plus buy 3 get 1 free coupon (-$1.39) that rang in as minus $2- means I paid $1.56 for four- making it just $.39 per box.
Pepperidge Farm Frozen Cakes- $2.79 per cake, less $.50 per item sale, plus $.75 coupon- final cost $1.54 each. (these are great to poke in the freezer and have as a frantic last minute pitch in item!)
Franks red hot sweet chili sauce- boy have I been wanting to try this but refuse to pay over $3 per bottle! On sale for $2.39, less $.50 per item sale- plus $.50 coupon that doubled- final cost $.89 each.
Capri Suns $1.93 less $.50 per item sale- (no coupons, gasp)- final cost $1.43 (we needed these for the office fridge).
ALSO- I didn't buy any (yet) but I'm going back-
Philadelphia cooking cremes- on sale for $2.50, less save $.50 if you buy 10 items, plus use your $1.50 coupon from the paper a few weeks ago- makes these just $.50 each! They are a nice item to use to try new quick recipes!
On everything you see in both pictures- plus a 10 pound bag of potatoes and 3 2 liters of sprite- my out of pocket total was $88.10- plus I got back those two $10 coupons off my next order. That is after $38.10 in coupons, $24 in buy 10 save some cash sales, and regular old sale prices. Not super huge- but I was excited to have gotten some good deals!