$1.59 for $17.72 worth of groceries.
Here is CVS.
Now my head was a little foggy when I was redoing this deal but it turned out great. As a matter of fact, I haven’t had a good deal at CVS in a while so it felt good walking out of their paying only $.90. I started with $8.00 in ECB, paid $.09 OOP and got back $8 ECB. Maybe I should figure out all my deals with a foggy head 🙂
$.09 for $31.99 worth of groceries.
I had Target coupons for the other items that had been mailed to me and I will be submitting for the rebate on the Palmolive that came in the same insert as the coupon I used.
$0.00 OOP for $10.26 worth of groceries.
Then to Costco.
Here I spent $19.57 and at Costco it is what it is.
I can tell you that I am very careful when I shop at Costco now. I go in with a list and I stick to it. No more $200 shopping trips that most of the stuff went bad before I could use it.
I did have a good “free lunch” there today. Veggie chips, salad, hot chocolate, soup samples and more. By the time I left I was full. I love Costco on Sundays. Lots of free samples 🙂
Back to Pathmark where I just went in to pick up a couple items from the Simply Savings book and recheck the meat for managers specials. When I was there on Saturday there were none. Today there were some good deals on Perdue roaster chickens.
I want to say hi to my new readers who I meet as we were milling around the chickens. I showed her how they put the managers special tags on and you can take $1.00 or $2.00 off the meat price. Hi and welcome!
The best time to pick up these manager special deals is when the meat is already on sale. For instance in this case, the whole roaster chickens were already only $.79 per pound. One of my chickens was priced at $5.54 with $2.00 off making it only around $.50 per pound for a Perdue roaster. Now that is an awesome deal.
$11.46 for $38.42 worth of groceries
Now I usually do the ShopRite sales at the end of the week but this deal on pork was just too good. Besides, I had this delicious sounding recipe that I wanted to try with pork that I couldn’t wait to try and I was way below my budget. I will most likely go back next Friday or Saturday (with my new week’s grocery money) and buy more than.
$21.09 for $32.82 worth of groceries.
So, this week I spent $71.65 which is still under my $75.00. Plus I am still under from last week by $35.71. So my total under for the last 2 weeks is $39.06.
I got so much stuff this week including 32 lbs of meat.
I know this is a lot of trips to different stores but honestly I am in and out of stores pretty quickly. Most of my planning is done at home. Only at CVS did I wander around for a bit but that may have had something to do with my foggy head.
Hope you took advantage of some of the great deals!