[QUOTE=shatterxxdream;56284584]SOOO excited to be back from Duke. haha it's kinda sad that it's just because I want to go to S&S
Will this work?
Scan all coupons...in ad manufacturers. Probably end up under a dollar...I haven't computed it fully but I wanted to know if there was more to what I need to be doing.
If I went in to just buy those four items, does that work? I'd do that deal--because there is nothing else I need right now at S&S. I know I read that you have to put the smallest coupon savings through first to keep the total as high as possible (over $20). I do have a few free item coupons exp. 12/31, so I could bump it up with those if I have to. Remember to check your stash, too! Not my favorite NYEve activity--scrambling to use free coupons!
I did OK last night (spent $8.98--yeah, I know to you guys, that's a lot). Got 10 GG veg, 4 Stouffer's mac and cheese, potatoes (.50 MM), butter (net .99), a pack of napkins free (remember that $1 paper products coupon if your order is over $15?), two OM bacon (special @ $1.99 due to grand re-opening at local store--used $1 cpn off each). I think that was it. Even for me, $9 is a lot, but I really will use everything, so no fillers needed. Thanks, everyone, for all the helpful info.
Got a Cat for Chunky Soups 12/31-1/27: B 4/5 Get $1, B 6/7 Get $1.50, B 8 or more Get $2 (excludes Healthy Request and Bowls).
Finally tried for the Scott coupon, but only got $.50 DND for the TP.
We volunteered to bring the challah to my kids' school today so I had $13.47 in bread purchases and got all the super coupon items basically for free with it. My prices were a little different, so I'll post it in case it helps anyone else:
The advantage is that by NOT scanning your card first, you are able to reach the 25.00 threshold with the shelf price of the items, not the sale price (you won't have to buy xtra groceries). Once you hit 25.00+, you can use the store coupons. Then, when you DO scan the card, it will deduct the amount to bring the items down to the sale price. As someone stated, double dipping.
just wanted to advise shelf prices I found
oj 3.99 less in ad q 2.11, less sale 1.00= oop 88c
breyers 4.49 less in ad q 2.50, less sale 1.99= 0
scott tp 10.29 less in ad q 5.30, less sale 5= 1c overage
clementines 8.99 less in ad q 5, less sale 4= 1c overage
i threw in cookies for my son 2.99 (pricey, but my sons favorite)
used 1.25q for tp n 1 sns paper q
total oop 1.60 plus tax
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