Before coupons, my total was $181.60. With coupons, it came down to $129. One of my coupons was save $10 off a $100 purchase or more with your Mastercard. Those are always nice. I buy a lot of produce at BJ's - and honestly - I don't know what my problem is, but I spent almost $40 on cheese there today. Good thing I'm not lactose intolerant.
Here's some of my good deals though (or so I think):
Kraft Deal from BJ's Journal.
Coupon: Buy 4 items, Save $8.00 (essentially, $2 off per item)
Cracker Barrel Cheese - $11.99, BJ's coupon for $2 off, MFC for $1/2 (4 packs - so it worked). Like paying $6.99 for 4 packs
Oreos (equivelent to 2 1/2 packages) - $5.99, BJ's coupon for $1.50 off WYB Milk. Like paying $2.49.
Crystal Light (I'm addicted) - $8.59, BJ's coupon for $1.75 off. Like paying $4.84.
Good Seasonings 10 pack - $6.99. BJ's coupon for $1.75 off. Like paying $3.24.
Pre-Coupon price for all 4: $33.56
Post-Coupon price for all 4: $17.56
Nestle Deal from BJ's Journal
Coupon: Buy 4, Save $10 (essentially $2.50 off per item)
Tidy Cats Litter - $12.69, BJ's coupon for $3 off, MFC $1/1 from Tidy Cats website. Like paying $6.19.
Stouffer's Mac & Cheese - $8.99, BJ's coupon for $2 off. Like paying $4.49.
Buitoni Ravioli - $9.99. No coupons. Like Paying $7.49.
Nesquik - $6.99. No coupons. Like Paying $4.49.
Total Before Coupons: $38.66
Total After Coupons: $22.66
2 Huge Tubs of ICBINB: $6.29
BJ's Coupon: $1.50 off
(see the power of combining BJ's coupons with MFCs?)
1 case of Goya Beans (6 cans)- $4.59. Use $1/5 MFC from paper. 6 cans for $3.59.
Friskies Cat food - $12.89. BJ's coupon for $3 off. MFC for $1/1 from paper. $8.89 for 18+ pounds of cat food.
2 Land O' Lakes Half & Halfs - $1.99 ea. $1/2 MFC from paper. $1.49 ea.
Scotch Brite Sponges (15 pack) - $9.99. $3 BJ's coupon. $6.99 for 15 sponges. I needed sponges. I remember last year I used a few $1 MFCs with this and got the pack for $4.99 or something.
It's no extreme couponing, but hey, $51 is $51. I'll take it. I was going to buy most of this stuff anyways. The oreos are mostly for the husband - he brings his lunch every day and I find that it's easier (and cheaper) to just buy things in bulk and separate them in snack baggies for him. The spell check isn't working on my Blogger right now - so apologies for the many misspellings in this post. Spelling isn't my thing.