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Harris Teeter Triples – Matchups for 4/28-5/4

Sorry this is so late!

http://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=0AhXpDgBPZWzcdGp2YW11bnRkT1dmbU10eTItQXNCQWc&hl=en

I checked everything except the RedPlum (since I don’t get those). Glad I checked at least 1/3 of the items gleaned from other sites had the wrong prices.

A few notes: where I have ## in the product description, I have a sale price listed, not sure which ones will still be around tomorrow, so I wanted to note it. I tried out and printed most of the IPs. Some of them only come up with certain zip codes. (Mostly I deleted the ones where I couldn’t identify a zip that would bring up the Q.)

Lots of freebies, and plenty of cheap groceries.

Please post errors and items I’ve missed in the comments section and I’ll make the necessary changes since we have a whole week of triples.

(Very excited that HT decided to do it again so soon!)

New circular, new HT deals

There is a 55¢/2 coupon for Duncan Hines cake mixes in today’s (3/28/2010) SmartSource insert. Duncan Hines cake mixes are on sale for 99¢, making them only 2 for 33¢.

Lots of other coupons with deals worth making another trip for. I’m personally going to buy a few more newspapers at Dollar Tree.

Here’s the link again, so you don’t have to search for it:
http://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=0AhXpDgBPZWzcdDBHaDB1cGlTU0IxNjQ1UjhkdXg2Rnc&hl=en

Harris Teeter Triples – Day 1 Results

Harris Teeter was fairly busy this morning. Lots of shoppers with coupons! (very few without) As usual, my shopping trip was longer because I love to stop and talk to other shoppers. It’s a good way to find deals you’ve missed, as well as coach those new to couponing.

Just used my quota of 20 coupons, didn’t get anything else this morning. Lots of client work to get back to.

Spent $7.48, including tax, for all of this:

All this for $7.48! I love triple coupons at Harris Teeter.

A couple of late additions to the HT triple list

Decided to have a look at the list over at Hot Coupon World and noticed I missed a great deal:

Nestle Toll House Morsels, 12 oz, 2.79, there’s a coupon at the Nestle site for 75¢ off one, making them only 54¢. http://www.verybestbaking.com/promotions/free/coupon/morsels_print.2009.12.aspx

I also noticed last night (in the wee hours) that there were plenty of coupons for Texas Toast croutons in my files, checked the price and those are a good deal too, at only 35¢ a package if you have the 50¢ off Q from 3/21 SS.

I’m planning on heading to Harris Teeter first thing (Hanbury Rd.). There are a few items that usually sell out and I’m bound and determined to get some this time.

I’m looking forward to seeing what Lori (the coupon consultant) has on her list for Farm Fresh in the morning. Last year they had nearly as many good deals at HT did for the same week. Of course, last year Bloom was also tripling in March. (so sad that went away!) Lots of competition, and it was doing great things for shoppers.

Day 3 of Harris Teeter Triples — still lots of great deals to be had!

I spent $2.97 today, $10.83 yesterday, and $4.43 on Wednesday. My receipt from Thursday is around somewhere…

Here’s what I got today for under $3:

In the foreground I even got a catalina for 50 cents off my next purchase (which will be tomorrow).

In all honesty, this trip’s total should have been a bit higher (by about a buck). Not sure why it wasn’t, but it makes up for the errors on the previous 3 trips, each one had coupons that didn’t triple correctly, which tends to happen when the coupon is for a purchase of more than one item, the first trip was several dollars higher than it should have been. I figure it balances out.

Harris Teeter brag post – 09/17/09

I finally made it to the store tonight. Boy, the shelves were sure cleaned out! I hope they restock. This happened the last time when there was a General Mills deal — all the Betty Crocker stuff with coupons was gone. My total: $9.59. Not a bad first trip when you consider the 2 packages of lunch meat accounted for just under half ($4.68).

I spent a little more than I usually do on a “first” trip, as we really needed some sandwich meat. A wonderfully generous person gifted me with a LOT of bread, see:

See this post for the Harris Teeter Matchup List

Day 3 – AYGC

Leftovers for dinner tonight. I had a bunko game, so I just had snacks there. (I won $40 at bunko!)

Since it was Wednesday, I used the list at TheCouponConsultant for my Farm Fresh shopping trip. I tend to go late at night. It works out for me, since there’s nearly nobody in the store and they’ve started stocking the shelves for the next day, so anything that had sold out during the day has usually already been replenished.

Here’s what I got today… for  $3.41

A point of clarification: My receipt total was $15.41, but they refunded $12. The Raisin Bran rang up wrong and the Farm Fresh policy is to give you the item for free if it rings up wrong. (it had rung up at $4.39, instead of $3, so they refunded the 4.39×2+tax = $9, and 3 coupons didn’t double, so they gave me cash back on those too.

See, cash!

The raisin bran (at least part of one box) and the buttermilk are for an awesome raisin bran muffin recipe my sister made for me a few weeks ago. I’m making ’em tomorrow.

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All You Grocery Challenge (AYGC)

All You magazine is holding a grocery challenge starting today.

The challenge is to spend $25 or less per week per family member. This includes restaurant meals, but not toiletries and household goods.

Even though we’re going out of town for a few days during the challenge, I decided it would be fun to participate. Since I have ample stockpiles, it won’t be all that much of a stretch for us. Check out what I have on hand already… (forgot to take a picture of what’s in the freezer…)

The pull-out pantry shelves in my kitchen (yeah, I know they're a mess)

The pull-out pantry shelves in my kitchen (yeah, I know they're a mess)

Cereal, artificial sweetener, extra baking mixes, etc.

Cereal, artificial sweetener, extra baking mixes, etc.

Extended pantry, immediately outside the kitchen door

Extended pantry, immediately outside the kitchen door

The flip side of that shelf, canned goods, mixes, sauces, dressings, etc.

The flip side of that shelf, canned goods, mixes, sauces, dressings, etc.

Next to the workbench, I appropriated some more shelf space for my haul at a few triple-coupon events.

Next to the workbench, I appropriated some more shelf space for my haul at a few triple-coupon events.

The other side of that shelf... stashing stuff whereever I can fit it.

The other side of that shelf... stashing stuff whereever I can fit it.

Old utility cabinet, used to house seldom-used appliances, now more of my stockpiles (appliances are in the attic)

Old utility cabinet, used to house seldom-used appliances, now more of my stockpiles (appliances are in the attic)

A freecycle find -- 2 cases of refried beans!

A freecycle find -- 2 cases of refried beans!

I’ll be documenting my adventure on this site.

Free Slurpee at 7-11 on 7-11

7-11: Saturday, July 11 from 7am-11pm, get a FREE Slurpee

Thanks to thecouponconsultant.com for posting a list of free food deals on their site.

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Free meal at KFC

The Oprah Winfrey Show Kentucky Grilled Chicken 2-piece Meal Coupon

Coupon available for printing from 9am CDT 5/5/09 to 9:59pm CDT 5/6/09. Coupon is redeemable at participating KFC® locations in the U.S. from 5/5/09 to 5/19/09, excluding 5/10/09.

(typical Bricks coupons, use the “back” button to print 3 or 4 of these!)

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