Friday, November 11, 2011

My Harris Teeter Trip 11/11

Total Sale Value = $79.41
Total Paid = $59.61

Another successful trip! I shouldn't have to shop again for 2 weeks except for staple items or sales to stock up on! I'm very excited about that! As I've mentioned before, since starting school I've been trying to figure out how to add more hours in my day... Apparently that's impossible, so I'm figuring out what I can eliminate! And one of those things would be less trips to the grocery store!

Here are the details:

(2) Milk gallons $2.97 ea.

(4) HT Bread $0.99 ea.

(2) HT Sour Cream $0.87 ea.

(2) Duke's Mayo 32 oz. $2.47 ea. eVic price

(6) Ramen Noodle 6/$1.00

HT Chili Powder $1.99

(2) HT Unsalted Butter $2.27

(4) Lance Crackers 8pk $1.47 ea. raincheck price

Tyson Chicken Strips $5.77 eVic price
- $0.75 SS 08/21 or SS 10/02/11 = $4.22

(3) Sargento Shredded Cheese BOGO $1.69 ea.
- (3) $0.55/1 printable = $0.59 ea. 

(2) Gold Medal Flour $2.29 ea.
 - $0.25 printable = $1.79 ea.


(2) Minute Maid 10-pk $3.59 ea.
 - $2.00 print = $1.59 ea.


(2) Angel Soft toilet paper 12 double rolls $3.97 ea. eVic price
 - $1.00 printable = $2.97 ea.


(2) Bertolli Sauce $1.47 eVic price
 - $0.75/2 printable = $0.72 ea.


(3) Carpet Fresh BOGO $0.99 ea.
 - $1.00 SS 9/11 or SS 10/09 = 3/FREE


(3) Peter Pan Peanut Butter $1.89
 - $1.50/3 printable = $1.39 ea.
 + $1/2 Savings Star eCoupon = $1.06 ea.


(2) Gorton's Grilled Tilapia 2pk BOGO 2/$5.19
 - (2) $1.00 peelie coupon = 2/$4.19




**How has your shopping gone lately???
 

2 comments:

  1. Great shopping this week. I hope this lasts you a while. Also you might think of Cooking meals on the weekend and freezing them then you only have to reheat. Or cook once serve twice. If nothing else try cooking the meat you will eat for the week and Freeze and heat it up during the week.I hope this helps. Thanks for linking up at Pounds4Pennies this week.

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  2. I am looking for meals that I can freeze, unfortunately my family isn't a huge fan of casseroles, which is what they mostly seem to be. So I have been searching for chicken marinades that I can make & freeze. BUT I do need to cook & freeze the meat! Definitely a time saver! thanks for the suggestion!

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