Using the matchup list provided at thecouponconsultant.com website, I made my trip to Farm Fresh tonight. I was fortunate to have a ConAgra coupon book in addition to newspaper circulars. (Especially since I don’t get RedPlum!) My total at the register was $28.63 for all this: There is a promo going on: when you buy
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Even though I don’t love super doubles as much as triple coupon events, I still enjoy getting such good deals. There are a lot of them this week. My total today was $10.83. That included buying chicken breast (bone in) for dinner tonight (on sale for $0.87/lb.), some pears, and lunch from the deli (two
Lori, The Coupon Consultant, has her Farm Fresh matchups for 8/26 to 9/2 done. Don’t you just love her list? I do! It saves me time AND money. Powered by ScribeFire.
The spreadsheet is up. I’ve verified the prices for the Hanbury store and as many of the coupons as possible. I don’t get the RedPlum inserts — occasionally I get my hands on a copy, but not always (didn’t get ANY in July). Lots of freebies. I left the negative numbers in the spreadsheet, even
I *love* triple coupons. I went shopping after Bunko Thursday night — both to Harris Teeter and to take advantage of the double-dollar coupons at Farm Fresh. It took my kids only a few minutes to realize there were frozen pizzas and hot pockets in the freezer. How come they never seem to notice when
Sorry this is so late (Thursday in the wee hours). Busy day and I didn’t even start on the list until late in the day. Lots of great deals! I verified all the SmartSource coupons. I don’t get the RedPlum coupons, so I can’t verify those values. The IPs are usually correct, though sometimes the
Confirmed for Hampton Roads. I’m working on a list, but there are reasonably good ones on Hot Coupon World already. Values tend to be “off” for our area, but it will get you started. Just in time! My shelves are looking bare. Powered by ScribeFire.
Well, talk about a let down for the last day. No shopping. No eating out. We had great, big sandwiches (with the slice ham and rolls from Sam’s yesterday) for dinner. Everyone was sort of doing his or her own thing so dinner was a non-event today. Andy and I ate together, my other son
This was a shopping day for me, and an eating out day for Mike. He bought lunch for himself and a friend who was helping with the workshop. Fair trade. Their lunch (at Wendy’s) cost about $16 (no receipt since he didn’t realize the contest was still in effect). My shopping took me to Sam’s
No shopping today. Dinner was tamales (made from scratch several months ago and vacuum-sealed) served with a faux Spanish rice, salsa and enchilada sauce (also pre-made from scratch and frozen in silicon muffin pans then vacuum-sealed). The boys were so hungry that we ate all the tamales before my husband even came in from working