Saturday, March 20, 2010

$98 becomes $30 at Shaw's Today

Started with $13 in CATs

Total Before Savings:  $98.21
Total Preferred Savings:  $29.03
Total Coupons Used:  $38.97
Cash OOP:  $30.21

2 Fresh Express Salads - $2.49 ea ($1.50/2 MFC) $1.74 ea

1 lbs Strawberries - $1.99

1 big Shaw's Apple Juice - $3.59

2 Ideal Sweeteners - $2.69 ea (2 FREE MFCs from paper this week) FREE!

1 Mission Tortillas - $2.49 ($1/1 from paper) $1.49

2 Quaker Quakes - $1.29 ea (2 .75/1 MFCs DOUBLE from paper) Money Maker of .21 ea

2 Pebbles - $1.77 ea ($1/2 MFC from paper) $1.27 ea

5 Bumble Bee Tunas - .99 ea ($1/5 MFC from website) .79 ea

2 Barilla Whole Grain Pasta - .99 ea ($1/2 MFC from paper) .49 ea

2 Barilla Piccollini - .99 ea ($1/2 MFC from paper) .49 ea

1 Dreamfield's Pasta - $1.99 ($1/1 MFC from paper) .99

2 CapriSuns - $1.99 ea

1 Oreo Cakesters - $2.49 ($1/1 MFC from website) $1.49 

1 gallon Shaw's milk - $3.29

2 Hood Cottage Cheeses - $2.49 ea ($1/2 MFC from paper)

2 Land O'Frost Meat - BOGO @ $5.29 ea (.60/1 MFC DOUBLES from inside) $4.09 or $2.04 ea

2 Satin Care Shaving Creams - $1.99 ea (2 $1/1 MFCs from paper) $.99 ea

1 Marcel Napkins - $2.50 ($1/1 MFC from paper) $1.50

1 Scott 6 roll Paper Towels - $5.99 ($2/1 MFC from register spit out) $3.99

1 Reece's Dark Chocolate Cups - .89 (.55/1 MFC DOUBLED to .89 from paper this week) FREE!


Things from this trip:

-  Overall great times.  No coupon hang ups.  My Shaw's was out of that Ideal Sweetener last week but they are fully stocked.  So nice of them. 

3 comments:

Money Saving Maine-iac said...

A most excellent trip! I love it when it's smooth saling with no hang ups. :)

debbiew said...

When you say the coupon came from the paper... do you mean the Globe?

Bargain Becky said...

Yes - but some come from this week, some from last, others the week before. I can't keep them all straight, but I'm a big newspaper clipper. I hardly ever print them off the internet (due to laziness on my part). I also get good ones in with the grocery circulars on Thursdays (as should you if you are close by). Like the Free Ideal Sweetener came with the grocery ads last Thursday and also another one in this past Sunday's Boston Globe.