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Simple Saving Savvy: Monday's Marvelous Savings Review ~

Simple Saving Savvy

Practicing Wise Stewardship & Blessing Others Out of Our Abundance

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Monday's Marvelous Savings Review ~

There are some great deals and coupons available this week. Here's what I snagged at Aldi for only $11.87.
Check out the rest of the Aldi deals here.

And a few of my favorite Homeland Deals.
Smart Start Cereal $2.29
Used $1.00/1 March All You
Final Cost: $0.29

Kellogg's Frosted Mini Wheats Little Bites $2.19
Used $0.75/1 from package
Final Cost: $0.69
there's also a $1.00/1 printable (no longer available)

Quaker Oats $2.00
Used $1.00/1 printable
Final Cost: FREE

Old El Paso Heat n Serve Sides $1.39
Bought (3) = $4.17
Used (3) $0.50/1 SS 1/3(subtract $2.00)
Out of Pocket: $2.17
Earned $1.00 oyno catalina
Final Cost: three for $1.17 ($0.39 ea)

Jolly Time Popcorn $2.00
Used $1.00/1 coupon from rebate
Final Cost: FREE
there is also a $0.50/1 SS 1/10 so you'd pay $1.00

And I found this Morning Star Farms coupon booklet at Bryant & Danforth on a special display at the end of one of the freezer section aisles toward the front of the store.
And a couple deals at Target
First Transaction:
FIVE Quaker Express Oatmeal $5.10
Out of Pocket: $5.10
Get $5 Gift Card

Second Transaction:
TWO Gillette Fusion $13.98
Used (2) $4.00/1 PG 2/7
Used $5 Gift Card from previous transaction
Out of Pocket: $0.98
Received another $5 Gift Card

Transaction Summary: OOP = $6.08, $5 gift card remaining, so $1.08 total for everything

Here are my favorite Crest Foods Deals... everything you see below was $15.81 plus can check out the details here as well as see many more deals.
I also found these tearpads at Crest

I hope this helps you visualize and put together your own deals for this week. And be sure to check out the individual store posts for more deals and coupon matchups.



Blogger Nicci said...

Thank you so much for your hints and advice on this site. I've only been reading your blog for about a month, and I've already knocked $400 off of my grocery budget. That's insane! I never would have known how to do that myself.

February 9, 2010 at 9:44 PM  
Blogger Simple Saving Savvy said...

WOW Nicci, that's AWESOME! Keep up the great work and thanks for readin. ~Amanda

February 10, 2010 at 7:39 AM  

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