I actually made a trip to KS this week. I needed a bunch of stuff that wasn't on sale, but I think I still got good deals. Jay found his favorite food= yogurt. 4 boxes of huggies wipes= 1.49 after $5 off 5 promotion. used 3 .50mc which doubled, and a .75mc which doubled up to $1.00 = .49 for each box Eggo waffles I needed one more thing to get this promotion, and these were a decent price.= 2.99 after promo Seattle's best coffee 4.49, used $2mc= 2.49 (cheaper than Starbucks.) Driscol raspberries 1.25, used .50mc which doubled = .25 All detergent 2.99, $1mc =1.99 Boulder chips 1.25, $1/1mc =.25 Voskos greek yogurt $1 each, used 2 .50 mc which doubled = free Viola frozen meal $3.28 sale, used $1mc (from home mailer)= 2.28 Sargento cheese $3.04, used $1mc from home mailer= 2.04 M&M's (I needed these, they weren't actually that cheap)2.79 each, used $1.50 off 2 = 2.04 each Luna bar 1.19, used .50mc = .19 Tick Tacs 1.04, used .75mc =.04 Enfamil Toddler formula. I wasn't even going to try this stuff but we got some free in the mail, and I had a $12.00 coupon that the store read as check, and I also used a 5.00mc so it was only $3 for the can. Bayer aspirin 2.99, used $2mc and will submit for rebate = free
I found most of my deals at Bargain Blessings (see blogroll along the side)
I am a wife and teacher.
My most recent addiction has been surfing money-saving blogs for hours, and planning shopping trips.
Growing up in Iowa, I learned many "frugal Dutch" tips from my mom and grandma. Now I've taken it to another level:)