I had an hour to myself on Friday, without any kids, so I quickly headed over to Target to take advantage of some of last week’s great deals.
2 cowl neck t-shirts – Reg. $12.99, On sale for $9, Used (2) 20% off Merona coupon = $7.20 each
1 pair of size large boys calf-length shorts – Reg. $19.50, Clearanced 70% off, Used 15% off kids’ apparel coupon = $4.97
1 so-cute-I-could-cry girls Osh Kosh pink jacket, size 3T – Reg. $20, Clearanced 50% off, Used 15% off kids’ apparel coupon = $8.50
4 Kotex Natural Liners – Reg. $.99 each, Used (2) $2/2 coupons = FREE
1 MorningStar Farm Black Bean Burger – Reg. $4, On sale for $3, Used $1/1 Morningstar Farms coupon = $2
3 Market Pantry tri-colored rotini – Reg. $1.10 each, Price cut to $1 each, Used $1/3 Target coupon = $.67 each
2 Market Pantry instant grits – Reg. $1.94, Clearanced 50% off = $.97 each
2 Market Pantry frozen peaches – Reg. $2.64, Price cut to $2.34, Used (2) $1/1 Target coupons = $1.64 each
1 Back to Nature Oatmeal Cookies – Reg. $3.48, Clearanced 50% =$1.74
2 Aquafresh Kids Fruity Toothpaste – $1.89, Used $1/1 Target coupon and $1/1 manufacturer coupon = Both FREE
1 Meow Mix Pate-Topper Cat Food – $.52, Used a FREE Coupon from the mail = FREE
Paid with $5 Target gift card from a previous deal, plus I used my Target Red Debit Card, which saved another 5%.
I paid $33.18 + tax out of pocket.
Total saved = $60.50
This morning, I popped over to CVS for a very quick TP run. I’ve been waiting (and waiting) for a good deal and finally decided to just take advantage of the P&G offer from CVS this week.
I bought three packages of 16-ct Charmin Extra Soft double rolls for $9.99 each (reg. $15.79), which were included in the Spend $30 on Select P&G Products, Get $10 ECBs Deal. (Note that the ECBs print out if you are within a few pennies of the total).
I had a $5/$30 CVS coupon, three $.25/1 Charmin coupons and $13.75 in about-to-expire ECBs.
I paid $11 plus tax out of pocket, and I got back $10 in ECBs for next time.
Total Saved = $36.37
I’m going to challenge myself to spend no more than $50 for the rest of the week (until Friday), so I can bring this week in at under $100. A few pennies saved this month makes for more fun on vacation next month!
How’d you do this week? Share your savings in the comments section!