Sunday, April 24, 2011

CVS, Walgreens, Target & Kroger Shopping Trip on 4/23/11

So, some of you know that most sales run Sunday through Saturday, and what I'm about to post is my shopping trip for last week's sales, which ended on Saturday, 4/23/11.
Yes, I am a procrastinator and I had ALL week to get these deals, but I waited til the last day.. so here we go....

 I spent a total of $74.87 combined for ALL 4 Stores and brought home this:

CVS: Spent $0.00
All items were on sale for $1.00 and I had $1.00 coupons for everything!

Walgreens: Spent $1.96
Aquafresh was free after coupons and the NasoGel was a $3.00 money maker as I came out of this transaction with a $5.00 in Register Rewards to use on my next purchase.

Target: Spent $41.74 (Saved $67.50)
Picture 1 of 3 above is the refrigerated/frozen items - $1.11 ea. for the coffeemate, $1.74 for Eggo Waffles (which I kicked myself for later, when I went to Kroger and they were cheaper!)
Picture 2 of 3 above is the food items - $1.74 ea., Ritz Crackerfuls $1.00 ea., Bertolli Pasta sauce was somewhere around $0.21 ea. after coupons
Picture 3 of 3 above is all the Health & Beauty items - Lysol $0.39 ea., Tums $1.69 ea., Aveeno lotion $0.49 ea., Up & Up Pantiliners, $0.39 ea., Allegra Allergy $1.78 ea (found out I could have got them at Walgreens for $0.99) Bic Disposable Shavers, $0.59 ea., Up & Up Nail Polish $0.49., Revlon Nail Polish, $1.99 ea., Halls $0.12, Revlon tweezers FREE, Revlon Nail Clippers FREE, Rimmell Mascara, $0.99 ea.

Kroger: Spent $33.13 (Saved $54.06)
Picture 1 of 2 above is all refrigerated, frozen and fresh fruit. No coupons for the fruit or Milk, but Green Giant frozen veggies were FREE, Wholly Guacamole was $1.79, Tony's pizza was FREE, Yoplait Yogurt was $3.15 for 12 or $0.26 ea.
Picture 2 of 2 above is all food items - Mini Oreos were free with purchase of Milk, Tuna was FREE, Splenda was $0.77 for 3 or $0.25 ea, Cap'n Crunch was $1.98 ea, Trix, Cheeries, Corn Chex & Cinnamon Cheerios varied in prices, but was $3.16 for all 4 or about $0.79 ea., Keebler cookies were $1.50 ea.

That was my day yesterday! I stocked up on some stuff and and picked up some much needed food items... All in all, I spent $74.87 and saved $155.34! I love to see that I saved more than I spent, but now I'm saving twice as much as I spend!

If you're not a couponer yet, think about this:
If you had a $75.00 Gift Card to spend on Groceries - How much do you think you could buy?

Happy Shopping!
 - Veronica

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