Listed below are my 5 Kroger transactions (I had to do 5 because I can't get more than 1 e-coupon to work at a time) for tonight, each pic reads from left to right & back to front.
(09) ~ Country Crock Tubs @ $1.49 each = $13.41
(22) ~ Whisker Lickin's Cat Treats @ $0.99 each = $21.78
(02) ~ Betty Crocker Fruit Snacks @ $1.99 each = $3.98
(03) ~ Pillsbury Toaster Strudel @ $1.99 each = $5.97
(04) ~ Tyson Frozen Cooked Chicken @ $4.99 each = $19.96
(01) ~ Chex Mix @ $1.99
(02) ~ Q-tips @ $1.99 each = $3.98
(03) ~ Fiber One Bars @ $2.49 each = $7.47
(01) ~ Nature Valley Bars @ $2.49
(02) ~ Onions @ $0.99/2 lbs = $0.77
(02) ~ Cottonelle TP @ $1.19 each = $2.38
(03) ~ Sargento Salad Finishers @ $2.49 each = $7.47
(01) ~ Cucumbers @ $0.55 each
Kroger Mega Event: <$25.00>
Catalina Coupons: <$3.00>
(I earned these 2 weeks ago from Pillsbury)
Dbl/Tpl MFGC: <$11.80>
MIR: <$7.47> (3) Sargento
(1 for me, 1 for my Mom and 1 for my MIL but we had one tonight and I think that I will send our leftovers as well, I am not a fan)
Cost: $13.43!! Lovin' it!
That's a savings of 85%, now who couldn't use that?!?!
In case you are wondering what in the world I am going to do with all those cat treats especially since I don't have a cat - I donate! In these very trying times people are holding on to their money more and donating less, especially to animal shelters. I would assume that when someone is wanting to donate they think of people needs first and they should but that doesn't mean that animals needs don't matter! Every other month or so I take a goodie box to each of my favorite local charities and they get the goods, I get the GREAT feeling of doing something good and a tax receipt too! Goodness all around! Keep this theory in mind when you have a coupon match-up for an item that you won't ever use. It doesn't have to take up a lot of room either just keep a little box in a closet or your garage and when it's full send it on it's way to help someone out.
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