Now I know why I never take a picture of my groceries on the counter top...
Total Before Savings: $171.25
Total S&S Savings: $59.70
Total Coupon Savings: $15.75
Cash OOP: $95.80
4 Hillshire Farms TURKEY Kielbasa - BOGO Free @ $4.39 ea (2 $1/2 MFCs) $$1.70 ea (2 oz. equals 2 WW points)
3 Sargento Cheeses - $2.50 ea (1 $1/2 MFC and 1 $1/1 MFC)
20 Yoplait Yogurts - .50 ea (3 FREE MFCs & a $2 CAT for buying 20)
Dole Apple Crisp Thing - $2 in the fruit isle ($1/1 MFC from paper) $1. This is AWESOME! I love apple desserts. 3 WW points.
2 Weight Watcher Ice Cream Cups - $2.50 ea (.75/2 MFC from WW book some week...this DOUBLES) $3.50 for 2 packs
Weight Watcher Cream Cheese - $2 ($1/1 MFC from Weight Watchers booklet) $1
Trop50 OJ - $3 (2 $1/1 MFCs from paper) $2 ea
Jiffy Pop Healthy Pop - $2 ($1/2 MFC from WW booklet) $1.50 ea (1 point per bag)
Dole Fruit Cups - $2 ea ($.75/2 MFC from All You Magazine DOUBLES) $2.50 for 2
3 Weight Watchers Yogurts - .75 ea (B2G1 Free MFC from Weight Watchers Book) .50 cents ea (1 point ea)
I bought 8 packs of "meat" that had coupons on them. My favorite find was some Spinach and Feta Chicken Sausage. Each link is 3 points. Combine 1 link with 2 oz. dry whole wheat (or high fiber pasta) and 1/4 cup of tomato sauce or other vegetable based thing, then you have an awesome dinner that's about 7 points.
So I was really happy with my first major Stop & Shop purchase. I bought mostly "good" crap as I have for the past few months. I don't know if Mondays are magic days - but there were SO MANY packs of meat with $2 peelies on them. A lot of them were like $3.something - so it was like a dollar and some change for meat. I just weigh it and ziploc baggie it up and stick it all in the freezer when I get home. Obviously I don't buy meat that looks all skanky - but a lot of it looks fine. Something to keep your eye open for if you are out and about.