Saturday, August 8, 2009

The One Where I Scored At Kroger

So I totally scored at Kroger last night. Here's the rundown:

So the guy was totally cute and checking me out, so I went and asked for his number....Completely kidding! My husband wasn't at the store! ;) Ha! No, I scored in a much better way than that! ;)

Here's the rundown:

4 Cover Girl nail polishes- 25 cents/each
2 Cover Girl trio eyeshadows- 1.25/each
1 Pantene shampoo- 1.99
1 Pantene conditioner- 2.99
1 Crest toothpaste- free
2 Listerine pocket packs- free
1 Herbal Essence shampoo- 0.99 cents
1 Herbal Essence mousse- free
2 Old Spice Deodorants- 1.00 each

Total: 15 name brand items for....$10.47!!! Oh and I didn't even add in the Cascade I got for $1.99! Steal!

I had to get lots of other groceries and stuff for the shower as well. Total saved last night: $85, with almost $40 of that in clipped coupons! I watched the total tick from $206 alllll the way down to....$138! Score!!!!

The only downfall was the fact that I had enough coupons to get 3 lbs. of split chicken breasts for FREE and they were out. Don't worry. I'll be back! (fade out) bwa ha ha ha!

6 comments:

Ben and Audrey said...

hey girl! that's awesome!! i clip coupons & i can never seem to save as much as you!! help!!!!

The Washington Family said...

Isn't it such a high. Didn't you remember to use the coupons on your card as well as the P&G coupons from the paper. It's like getting it for free.

Amanda said...

I'm impressed. You guys must get good coupons in your paper. We don't here!

Hilary said...

awesome! you're in the super mom category now!

Audra said...

*Patting myself for my induction into the super moms club* ;) Thanks, Hil!

@ Audrey--I don't know what to tell you! I use southernsavers.com to look at the deals for the week and then pick out what she has listed that I need. Sometimes I don't save much, but sometimes I save a lot! On average, I save about $35-$40 in clipped coupons every 2 weeks, plus around $3-$4 in loaded coupons on my Kroger card. I also get several copies of the paper coupons from family.

@Amanda--Y'all don't get the good ones? Stinks! P&G, Redplum, and the Sunday Savers are the best! There are lots of sites where you can print the Sunday coupons online--for free!

Laura said...

How do you save so much from coupons? Teach me please!!

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