Sunday, December 14, 2008

Another Reason to Use Coupons

I purchased all 16 of these items for a grand total of $4.14 after sales and coupons. Without sales and coupons my total would have been $39.62
I saved a grand total of $35.48

My menu this week will be:

Breakfast Casserole
Cranberry Muffins
French Toast
Bakes Oatmeal

Ham Biscuits
Muffins with fruit
Macaroni Salad

Enchiladas with Spanish rice
Smothered Liver with onions & steamed rice
Barbecue Meatball Subs
Chicken Nachos with black beans
Ham or Chicken fried Rice

Click Here for another reason to use coupons.


  1. Hi, I found your blog from and it's great, thanks!

    I have a few questions on this Walgreens trip though - is there a deal on frosting and Reddi-whip that I am unaware of? Also, I thought the cottonelle for $1.99 sale doesn't begin until the 17th - am I wrong?

    Is there any way you can break this transaction down for me? Thank you!

  2. Good question J. I have created to post showing the breakdown. The first link is for using three coupons per item plus the cost breakdown.

    The second link shows just the cost breakdown


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