My bi-weekly Kroger shopping trip cost me $63! I am normally able to get my bill around $50. But hey, I saved a total of $48. That's saying something. Like the last Kroger post, they had a "Buy 5 Save $5 Mega Event Savings on several items (sale ends Tuesday night). Ok, on to the fun stuff:
A couple of freebies:
Kroger brand frozen pack of vegetables - coupon in the mail from Kroger based on regular purchases
Yoplait Greek Yogurt Whips (which was extremely tasty may I add) digital coupon
Great deal on Pull Ups and Comforts Training pants: $11 total
Pull Ups $8.99, Mega Sales Event made them $7.99, plus a digital coupon for $2 off
Comforts Training pants $6.99, plus digital coupon for $2 off (I would have just brought two packs of the Comforts, but they only let you use the digital coupon on one item). And side bar, I welcome any advice on how to get the toddler to do #2 on the potty vs. the prefered pull up!
Quaker Steel Cut Instant Oatmeal: $0.69 per box
Originally $2.69, Mega Sales Event made them $1.69, 2 manufacturer coupons for $1 off
Kraft Mayo: Buy one get one free!
Originally $3.49, Mega Sales Event made them $2.49, Kroger mailed coupon for $1.40 off two. I basically got one mayo free! (Hubby is a mayo-holic)
Kroger 16oz Shredded Cheese: $2.29
Originally $4.99, on sale for $2.79, Kroger mailed coupon for $0.50 off any dairy purchase over $2. I normally spend a crap ton of money on cheese, so I was pleased to have a little break here.
Overall I can't complain. I did not purchase any dinner meat during this shopping trip. I have been on the lookout for deals on red meat, but have yet to see any that are worth me taking advantage of. I have a good deal of chicken in my deep freezer that I can make some meals with. Hey, maybe I'll have enough gumption to post a meal plan . . . not likely but had fun at Kroger anyway.