Sunday Shopping November 2nd

Here are the details from my shopping on Sunday, November 2nd.

CVS

  • Pampers Jumbo Packs $20.00
  • 3 Dawn Dish Soap $2.97
  • 2 Gillette Shave Gel $3.98
  • Crest Pro Health Toothpaste $3.49
  • CVS Coupon for $5 on $30 ($5.00)
  • Pampers coupons ($3.00)
  • Dawn Coupons ($0.60)
  • Gillette Coupons ($2.00)
  • Crest Coupon ($1.00)
  • ECB Used ($18.00)
  • Total Out of Pocket $2.04
  • ECB Earned $8.49 ($5.00 for Pampers & $3.49 for Crest)

Target

  • 2 Frosted Mini Wheat $5.50
  • 2 Cocoa Krispies $5.48
  • Kellogg’s Smart Start $2.75
  • 5 Kellogg’s Coupons ($5.00)
  • Gift Card From Sat ($5.00)
  • Total Out of Pocket $3.73

The register didn’t give me a gift card so they gave me $6.00 in apology coupons.

Walmart

  • Gerber Graduates Splashers Juice $2.50
  • Gerber Graduates Yogurt Melts $1.83
  • 2 Wet Ones Trial Pack Wipes $1.96
  • 2 Kotex Liners $2.00
  • Wet Ones Coupon ($1.50)
  • Kotex Coupons ($1.75)
  • Total Out of Pocket $5.04

Note: I had to guess at some of these prices because the cashier didn’t give me my receipt. I remembered how much I spent and some of the prices so I backed in to the others. The total for the coupons and out of pocket is correct though.

Walgreens Trip #1

  • 2 Walgreen Brand Formula $23.98
  • Register Rewards ($13.00)
  • Total $10.98 – Paid with gift card

Walgreens Trip #2

  • Fountain Soda $0.99
  • 2 Almay Mascara $6.99 (BOGO Sale)
  • 2 Gallons Milk $5.98
  • 2 Almay coupons ($2.00)
  • Register Reward ($4.00)
  • Total $8.44 (includes tax) – Paid with gift card
  • Rebate due $6.99 for Almay

Note: I also got a catalina for $1.00 off a 20 oz bottle of soda. I’m guessing this is from buying a fountain soda.

Weis

  • 3 Kellogg’s Raisin Bran $6.00
  • 1 Kellogg’s Special K $2.00
  • 2 M&Ms $1.58 (my hubbie threw them in)
  • 4 Kellogg’s Coupons ($4.00)
  • Total Out of Pocket $5.68 (includes tax of $0.10)

Wow, I did a lot of shopping last weekend. We are pretty set for cereal for awhile though. Hopefully my daughter doesn’t grow tired of Cheerios.

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