Monday, December 3, 2012

stop and shop

Tonight it was if the entire store was half off. It wasn't the best savings I've racked up, but that doesn't mean there weren't some fantastic deals out there. Here's the breakdown*:

General Mills Cereal is on sale for $2.50 each. You have to buy four boxes to get that price. I bought four 1lb. boxes (not the little boxes, kids), used a $0.50/1 box of Cinnamon Toast Crunch and a $1/3 General Mills cereal coupon. Four boxes for $8. (Originally would have cost $15.76 at full price. Boxes ranged from $3.79-$4.19 each.). You could get the boxes for much cheaper. For instance, you can use two $0.50/1 (which double to $1.00) on two boxes of Cheerios and two $0.50/1 on Cinnamon Toast Crunch). The total then would have been only $6.00. But my hubby loves Lucky Charms (and so do I!), so I paid the extra couple bucks to score the ones we wanted most. Also, you may notice that on the front of the boxes, with the purchase of two boxes, you get two free movie tickets! Major score.

Yoplait Yogurt (originally $0.75 each) is on sale for $0.50 each. I bought 10 and used a $1.00/10 coupon. Ten cartons for only $9.00.

*FREEBIE ALERT* The Yoplait yogurt sale also includes Yoplait Simplait yogurt. If you use a $0.30/1 coupon, you get one carton for free, plus $0.10 overage which applies toward the rest of your grocery bill! I only had one coupon, but I hope to find more printables online and go back for this incredible deal.

Hood Fat Free Country Creamer was not on sale, but it was only $1.39. And with a $0.50/1 coupon which doubles to $1.00, I got cream for my morning coffee for only $0.39.

Koffee Kup Hoagie Potato Rolls weren't on sale either. But I needed them for Eric's tuna sandwiches this week. They were only $2.99 with your card, which isn't bad for this brand.

You'll notice I got two packs of Energizer batteries. My Christmas garland requires three D batteries and these were on sale for $3.49 each (originally $5.29). With a $0.50/1 coupon, I got both for $5.98. If you have two $0.50/1 coupons, you can steal an even better deal!

Finish Quantum Tablets were on sale for $3.49 (originally $3.49). I used a $0.75/1 coupon making these only $1.99 after the coupon doubles.

Knorr Gravy mixes were on sale for $1.00 each (originally $1.75). With a $1.00/2 coupon, they are only $0.50 each.

Lime Away is essential for cleaning our shower (thank you, Hudson hard water which stains everything). It is originally $3.39 but was on sale for $2.39. I had a $0.50/1 coupon making this only $1.39 after doubling!

I needed black pepper and had a coupon for $0.50/1 McCormick spice. It was $1.99 at Stop and Shop and after the coupon doubled, it was only $0.99.

Ortega Taco Seasoning was on sale for $0.80 each (originally $0.93 each). I used a $0.50/2 coupon making these $0.30 each or $0.60 for both.

Stop and Shop branded hot cocoa was on sale for $1.39 (orginally $1.50). No, no coupon. Just a shopper craving chocolate!

Nestle Toll House Ultimate Cookies were on sale for $2.50 (originally $2.99). I used a $0.75/1 coupon which doubles to $1.50 making these delicious cookies only $1.00.

Tasti Lee Tomatoes were $2 per pound (originally $2.49/lb.). Just on sale and I'm making salads tonight :)

And lastly, there were coupons in the Stop and Shop flyer. They were valid only if you spent $25 after coupons. The coupons were for a Free Coca-Cola 2 liter, limit 1; A 4lb. bag of navel oranges for $1.69; A carton of Friendly's Ice Cream for $1.69 and a coupon for $1.99 on 80% ground beef. I purchased Friendly's Cookie Dough Ice Cream (originally $3.19, on sale for $2.50, but with coupon only $1.69). I also grabbed a 4lb. bag of oranges, a tray of 80% ground beef (originally $9.34, on sale for $7.00, only $4.66) and FREE Sprite (not pictured)!

Total Retail: $82.18
Total After Coupons: $41.66
Gas Rewards Earned: 42

*All sale prices are effective only with a Stop and Shop card. Click here to enroll now! (It's free!) All deals are valid through Thursday, December 6, 2012.


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