Happy Saturday! I hope you staying cool and enjoying your weekend. Well, after all the Super Double shopping this past week at Harris Teeter, I took a hiatus to regroup and reorganize my coupon binder. I have to say the shopping I did at Harris Teeter during Super Doubles this past week was some of the best deals I have gotten in a while. I definitely enjoyed it! I didn’t even get to post all of my deals for you to see between, work, church, family and sleeping. Plus, my oldest son Jalen celebrated his 13th birthday on Thursday (6/28) and we are having a birthday party for him tonight (he is really digging becoming a teenager officially – smile).
Today, I hit three stores – Harris Teeter, CVS, and Bi-Lo:
Harris Teeter: I spent $49.11 for $162.94 worth of items, saving 70%. I used a $5/$25 Dollar General coupon, $10 in Walgreen RRs, and a few store competitor coupons on this trip. I also used (3) Lowes Foods rain checks on this trip as well.
$1.00 or Less: (4) Luigi’s Italian Ice for 22 cents each (used a LF BOGO rain check), (6) Suddenly Salad Pasta Mix for 50 cents each, (1) Lawry’s Marinade for 69 cents, (4) Turkey Hill Teas for 72 cents each, (2) Blue Diamond Nuts for 87 cents each, (4) Minute Maid Juice Bars for 92 cents each (used a LF BOGO rain check), (3) HT Packs of Chicken Drumsticks for 99 cents a pound (used a LF rain check). I would have gotten a box of Hefty Slider Bags for free with a manufacturer coupon and stacked with an EVIC coupon, but my (internet printable) manufacturer coupon would not scan so they would not take it. I did not press the issue since that is in their coupon policy not to accept internet coupons that don’t scan. Besides, I was headed to Bi-Lo next and knew I would be able to get them there since they are on sale (and at a cheaper price).
Bi-Lo: I spent $17.61 for $103.53, saving 83%. I used a $5/$40 Bi-Lo coupon, a few store competitor coupons and earned 10 cents in extra Fuelperks on this trip:
FREE: (2) SH Facial Tissues (for answering the Bi-Lo surveys — don’t forget to do them to get a free item coupon)
$1.00 or Less: (4) Hefty Slider Bags for 15 cents each, (3) Ballpark Buns for 42 cents each, (2) Kingsford Charcoal for 49 cents each (used a (2) $3 manufacturer coupon and (2) $1 Food Lion coupons), (6) Scott Flushable Refill Wipes for 88 cents each (used a rain check), (1) Propel Single for 49 cents
CVS: I went to CVS to get a deal on Huggies Nighttime Pullups for my daughter. They were on sale for $10 each for the jumbo packs. If you bought 3, you would get $10 in ECB. I spent $21.40 for 3 packs of Pullups, saving 47% (used (3) $2 manufacturer coupons and (2) $2 CVS coupons), and got $10 in ECB to spend on a future trip.
So that is it for my shopping today. I plan to go to Harris Teeter tomorrow (Sunday) to get the EVIC milk deal.
So until next time, the next deal, the next shopping trip, have a great rest of the weekend!