So I completed my “Get My Act Together” shopping trip this weekend when I hit up Hen House, CVS and Price Chopper.
Hen House & CVS
CVS Pictured: (2) Cover Girl Lash Blast Mascara and (2) CVS Vitamin C Tablets. Total: $2.57 + $6.50 in ECB
Hen House Pictured: (2) Franks Red Hot Sauce, Roberts Sour Cream, Dannon Oikos Yogurt Multi-Pack, and (6) Totino’s Crispy Crust Pizza. Total: $5.00 with $1.00 back into my Savingstar Account.
Pictured: Goya Black Beans (4 lbs), Dozen Eggs, (8) Eggo Waffles, (2) Johnsonville Smoked Sausage, Green Grapes (2.7 lbs), Cilantro, and (4) Lemons. Total: $25.01
Trip Total: $32.58
Monthly Total: $170.54
Hen House was OUT of their $1.79 per pound Chicken Breast Tenderloins and hubs forgot to ask for a Rain Check. #fail
I was able to get GOYA Black Beans for $1.25 per pound at the Roeland Park Price Chopper. This is such an amazing deal because GOYA black beans are the BOMB and they are same price as “generic and not as good” black beans.
At CVS I was able to rock a couple of CSO coupons, namely the $3.00 off any CVS Vitamin (they were Buy One, Get One FREE). The small bottles of Vitamin C were $2.99 each – so I got both for FREE.
How about you? Are you back on the couponing strategic shopping bandwagon? Is you binder and BOB finally organized? Leave me a comment and let me know.
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