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Weekly Spending Summary (1/5-1/11)

Monday, January 13th, 2014

Some of you have wondered where I get my printable coupons. Here are the main coupon sites that I use: Coupons.com, Coupon Network, Smart Source, Red Plum, Ibotta, Hopster and Saving Star.  Manufacturer websites and Facebook pages are another great source.

I didn’t do as many deals this week as sometimes and it was kind of nice to take a little bit of a break.

Favorite buys:
* Free Twix
* Moneymaking Pediacare Fever Reducer
* Moneymaking Hormel REV Wraps

Total Spent: $58.40
Saved with Coupons: $16.75
Saved with Sales: $7.72
Total Saved: $24.47 (+ $12 in gas rewards savings)

CVS: $2.98
Saved with Coupons: $9.75
Saved with Sales: $5.24

The Twix and the Pediacare were both free after coupons/sales.  And actually, the Pedicare was a moneymaker, especially with the Saving Star offer I mention below.  (Oops, I got confused!  The Saving Star coupon is for Triaminic, not Pedicare!) The almonds weren’t the best deal ever but we love eating them on salads and I also like to have them as a healthy snack occasionally too so I went ahead and bought them.  I’ve been waiting on a great deal for them but it’s just not been happening!

Bought:

  • Twix $0.75
  • Blue Diamond Almonds $5.99
  • Pediacare Fever Reducer $5.99

Coupons Used:

  • $2.00 Pediacare printable coupon
  • $0.75 Twix coupon from Red Coupon Machine in store
  • $7.00 in Extra Bucks (CVS coupon that print at register for purchasing specific items)

Got Back:

  • $5.00 Extra Bucks coupon for purchasing the Pediacare (can be used on next purchase of any item)

Rite Aid: $0 (gift card)
Saved with Coupons: $4.00
Saved with Sales: $0.50

I used a gift card that I had purchased several months ago at a discounted rate to pay for this purchase of $0.49.

As I mentioned above, we love almonds and I had some UPRewards that were expiring so I figured this might be the best way to use them.

Bought:

  • Rite Aid Almonds $4.49

Coupons Used:

  • $4.00 in UPRewards (Rite Aid coupon that print at register for purchasing specific items)

Giant: $7.38
Saved with Coupons: $3.00
Saved with Sales: $1.98

I had a rain check for these wraps- they were part of the Giant gas rewards offers several weeks ago and were a moneymaker of $5.04 after coupons/sales/gas rewards.  They definitely aren’t something I’d typically buy but for free?  Why not!  And they have been handy for quick lunches, although we’ve found them much tastier with a bit of lettuce and Ranch dressing or BBQ sauce added.

I also planned to purchase several other items this week at Giant but they were out of all of them!  So I ended up getting a bunch of rain checks.  It’s kind of a pain, but I’m just glad that I’ll still be able to do the deals eventually.  The worst things was the girl at customer service was super slow and didn’t seem to really know what she was doing so I had to help her figure out how to write the rain checks etc.  I took forever and I admit, that moments like that have me wondering if this is all worth it!  Thankfully, I usually don’t have those issues at Giant.

If you aren’t familiar with how the gas deals work, basically you earn so much off a gallon of gas when you purchase a certain number of specific items.  This time I earned $0.40 off a gallon for every 6 items I purchased, up to 30 gallons of gas.

Bought:

  • 6 Hormel REV Wraps $1.66 each

Coupons Used:

  • Three $1/2 Hormel REV printable coupons

Got Back:

  • $12.00 worth of gas rewards for purchasing the Hormel REV Wraps

Aldi: $18.04

Not much to note here…my usual stock up trip to Aldi.  I bought the coconut, brown sugar and canola oil partly to make Easy Homemade Granola to put in the freezer to help make my life a little easier once the baby arrives.  I find that anything like that that I can do ahead really makes things less stressful in the newborn stage!

Bought:

  • Salmon $2.69
  • 2 Black Beans $0.59 each
  • Canola Oil $2.59
  • Saltines $0.95
  • Bananas $0.44/lb.
  • 2 Brown Sugar $1.19 each
  • Coconut $1.29
  • Tortillas $0.99
  • 2 lb. Carrots $1.29
  • 3lb. Onions $1.79
  • Spinach $1.79

Misc.: $30.00
I got out some cash to use for milk from a local dairy and also for produce at our local farmer’s market.

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Weekly Spending Summary (12/29-1/4)

Monday, January 6th, 2014

Some of you have wondered where I get my printable coupons. Here are the main coupon sites that I use: Coupons.com, Coupon Network, Smart Source, Red Plum, Ibotta, Hopster and Saving Star.  Manufacturer websites and Facebook pages are another great source.

Favorite buys this week:

  • Pampers diapers for $4.99/pack
  • Free Gillette Venus razor
  • Men’s Dove body wash for $0.43
  • Utz chips for $0.77

Total Spent: $34.06
Total Saved with Coupons: $36.01
Total Saved with Sales: $28.42
Total Saved: $64.43

CVS: $18.13
Saved with Coupons: $25.00
Saved with Sales: $15.20

Stocked up on more diapers at a decent price- $4.99/pack after coupons/sales.  I now have all the newborn and size 1 diapers I need for the new baby and also about 1/3 of the size 2 diapers.  I’m hoping for at least one more good sale yet before this little one arrives.

The Venus razor was bought with a rain check and was free after coupons/sales.

Bought:

  • 4 Pampers $8.99 each
  • Gillette Venus razor $6.99
    (bought with rain check)

Coupons Used:

  • Four $1.50 Pampers printable coupons
  • $2.00 Gillette printable coupon
  • $17.00 in Extra Bucks (CVS coupon that print at register for purchasing specific items)

Got Back:

  • $10.00 Extra Bucks coupon for purchasing the Pampers (can be used on next purchase of any item)
  • $5.00 Extra Bucks coupon for purchasing the Gillette Venus (can be used on next purchase of any item)

Rite Aid: $0 (used grocery cash)
Saved with Coupons: $3.50
Saved with Sales: $6.18

Since this transaction was only $0.43, I just used grocery cash for it.  The Dove cost me $0.43 after coupons/sales and the Quaker Real Medleys were free.  I used to be able to count on getting body wash for free but the last year it’s been a lot harder to find that kind of sale.  So I’m starting to resort to buying anything $0.50 or less, which really is still a great deal!

Bought:

  • Dove Men+Care Bodywash $3.79
  • 2 Quaker Real Medley Oatmeal Cups $0
    (bought with rain check)

Coupons Used:

Weis: $0 (gift card)
Saved with Coupons: $6.99
Saved with Sales: $7.04

I had a Weis gift card to pay for this purchase which was $1.54.  I earned the gift card a couple of weeks ago for doing a deal at Weis.  The chips were $0.77 after coupons/sales.  I don’t often buy chips but do like to have them on hand occasionally and when they are priced this low it’s hard to pass them up!  Oh and if you haven’t ever tried the Farm Rich mozzarella sticks, you should.  They are so good!

Bought:

  • Farm Rich Mozzarella Sticks $4.99
  • 2 Utz Chips $1.77 each

Coupons Used:

  • Farm Rich FREE product coupon received for contacting manufacturer ($4.99)
  • Two $1.00 Utz printable coupons (found on manufacturer’s Facebook page)

Walmart: $0 (gift card)
Saved with Coupons: $0.52

You might remember that a couple of months ago I bought batteries at Walmart and then submitted a rebate for them.  The rebate came in the form of a Walmart gift card and I used that to buy this stuff.  I expected to see some good deals on flour over the holidays but didn’t and since I was getting pretty low I went ahead and bought two bags with the gift card.  I prefer the unbleached flour…works just like regular flour just isn’t quite as processed.

Bought:

  • Meow Mix $0.52
  • 2 Gold Medal Unbleached Flour $1.98 each

Coupons Used:

  • Meow Mix FREE product coupon received via previous manufacturer Facebook promotion ($0.52)

Aldi: $15.93

Just my usual stock up trip to Aldi.  Did you know it’s usually cheaper to cook your own beans instead of buying the canned kind?  That’s what I plan to do with the Great Northern Beans- soak and cook them and then freeze them to use in soups like my Creamy White Chili.

Bought:

  • 2 Hot Dog Buns $0.89 each
  • Great Northern Beans 2 lb. $2.29
  • Ranch Dressing $1.39
  • Canola Oil $2.59
  • Parmesan Cheese $2.39
  • Saltines $0.95
  • Bread Crumbs $0.99
  • Bananas $0.44/lb.
  • 2 Brown Sugar $1.19 each

Misc.: $0

Bought some lettuce from my favorite stand at our local farmer’s market.  I’m so spoiled to get delicious fresh, home grown lettuce all year round!  I used grocery cash to pay for it.

Some of you that are new around here might wonder why you don’t see me purchasing a lot of fruits and veggies.  Throughout the summer I can and freeze a lot of fruits and veggies and then we enjoy them the rest of the year.  I’ve found it to typically be much cheaper than purchasing fresh or even frozen produce throughout the year.

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Weekly Spending Summary (12/22-12/28)

Tuesday, December 31st, 2013

Some of you have wondered where I get my printable coupons. Here are the main coupon sites that I use: Coupons.com, Coupon Network, Smart Source, Red Plum, Ibotta, Hopster and Saving Star.  Manufacturer websites and Facebook pages are another great source.

Favorite Buys:
* Domino Sugar $0.29/bag
* Ghiradelli Chocolate Chips $0.78/bag
* Better than free Margherita Turkey Pepperoni
* Kraft Shredded Cheese for $1.92/lb.
* Butter for $1.69
* Free copy paper

Total Spent: $-28.11 (yes, that’s a negative number!)
Total Saved with Coupons: $41.81
Total Saved with Sales: $21.99
Total Saved: $63.80

Giant: $48.22
Saved with Coupons: $9.85
Saved with Sales: $14.55

I did more gas deals at Giant this week.  This time the Ghiradelli baking chips, Domino sugar, Margherita pepperoni and Al fresco chicken sausage were part of the deal.  After coupons and gas rewards I paid $0.78/bag for the Ghiradelli, $0.29/bag for the Domino’s, $1.28 for the Al fresco and made $1.26 on the Margherita!

If you aren’t familiar with how the gas deals work, basically you earn so much off a gallon of gas when you purchase a certain number of specific items.  This time I earned $0.40 off a gallon for every 7 items I purchased, up to 30 gallons of gas.

I bought the Diffenbach pretzels to make my Seasoned Ranch Pretzels.  I never used that brand of pretzel before but they were just as good as the Wege brand that I normally buy and they were a bit cheaper since they were on sale too.

Bought:

  • 7 Ghiradelli Chocolate Chips $2.50 each
  • 6 Domino Sugar $2.50 each
  • 6 Margherita Pepperoni $2.00 each
  • 2 Al fresco Chicken Sausage $3.99 each
  • Yoplait Yogurt $0.75
  • 2 Diffenbach Sourdough Pretzels $2.50 each

Coupons Used:

  • Two $0.75 Domino printable coupons (doubled to $1.00 each)
  • $0.65 Domino printable coupon (doubled to $1.00)
  • Three $1/2 Margherita printable coupons
  • Two $1.00 Al fresco printable coupons
    - received for signing up for their newletter on their website
  • FREE Product Yoplait yogurt coupon ($0.85)
    - received from a Facebook promotion I think
  • $1.00 off your next Giant purchase coupon
    - printed from coupon machine at register

Got Back:

  • $36.00 worth of gas rewards for purchasing the Domino’s, Al Fresco, Ghiradelli and Margherita products

Rite Aid: $0
Saved with Coupons: $10.00
Saved with Sales: $4.00

Both shave balms were free after coupons and sales.

Bought:

  • 2 Nivea After Shave Balm $4.99

Coupons Used:

  • Two $3.00 Nivea printable coupons
  • $4.00 in UPRewards (Rite Aid coupon that print at register for purchasing specific items)

Got Back:

  • Two $2.00 UPRewards coupons for purchasing the Nivea (can be used on next purchase of any item)

Target: $0 (gift card + grocery cash)
Saved with Coupons: $6.00
Saved with Sales: $3.44

I had a $5 Target gift card that I had earned through doing a grocery deal previously at Target.  I used that to pay for the cheese and just used $0.76 out of my grocery cash to cover the remaining amount.

After coupons/sales I paid $0.96/bag or $1.92/lb. for this cheese which is just under my buy price of $2.00/lb.  (This means that I don’t buy shredded cheese unless I can find it for $2/lb. or less.  When I find it for that price I then try to stock up to last me until the next deal.  It’s just one of the many ways that I save on my groceries!)  I love buying shredded cheese at great prices like this and then freezing it to use later.

Bought:

  • 6 Kraft Shredded Cheese $2.00 each

Coupons Used:

Aldi: $12.17

Stocked up on more butter and cream cheese while Aldi still has them at low prices.  I freeze the butter and just pull it out of the freezer to use as needed.  I don’t freeze cream cheese typically because it changes the consistency, but it will keep for weeks past it’s expiration date and be just fine.

Bought:

  • Gourmet Crackers $1.45
  • Coconut Flakes $1.29
  • 3 Cream Cheese $0.89 each
  • 4 Butter $1.69 each

Staples: $0 (gift card)
Saved with Coupons: $15.96

I used a Staples gift card that I bought for a huge discount this summer to pay for this purchase.  My total was $14.84 with tax and I will get $14.00 of that back via Staples Easy Rebates.

You might wonder why I put copy paper under grocery.  I do it because I use a lot of it to print coupons that help me save on my groceries.  Now that my husband is in school he is using some of it to print out his homework etc.  But I decided to go ahead and leave it in grocery this time since the dollar amount is so small.

Bought:

  • 4 Staples copy paper $7.49 each

Coupons Used:

  • $3.99 printable coupon from Staples website

Got Back:

Misc.: $0

I used grocery cash to purchase this lettuce and potatoes at our local farmer’s market.  I took lettuce to my parent’s to make a salad for our Christmas get together which is why I bought so much!  I only paid $4 for these 5 heads- and they are beautiful and organic too!  The 10 lb. potatoes cost me a little over $0.40/lb.

Credits: $88.50

This was for a variety of things:

  • $4 was payment from my in-laws for toilet paper that I bought for them at a great price
  • $72 was thanks to gas rewards that I earned the last several weeks for purchasing select items (see note under Giant spending above)
  • $5.50 was for savings that I earned through Ibotta
  • $7.00 was for savings that I earned through Saving Star
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Weekly Spending Summary (12/8-12/14)

Tuesday, December 17th, 2013

Some of you have wondered where I get my printable coupons. Here are the main coupon sites that I use: Coupons.com, Coupon Network, Smart Source, Red Plum, Ibotta, Hopster and Saving Star.  Manufacturer websites and Facebook pages are another great source.

Favorite Buys:

  • 2 Free Bags of Hershey’s Kisses
  • 2 Huggies for $4.99 each
  • 24 Pampers wipes for $0.33/pack
  • 7 Ortego Salsa for $0.29 each
  • Domino Sugar for $1.49

Total Spent: $16.06
Total Saved with Coupons: $49.07
Total Saved with Sales: $73.09
Total Saved: $122.16 + $12 in gas rewards

CVS: $0 (used grocery cash)
Saved with Coupons: $20.60
Saved with Sales: $6.58

Forgot to picture the Rolaids and Tums.

My total for this purchase was $0.59 so I just used some grocery cash to pay for it.

The Hershey’s Kisses, Sierra Mist, Tums and Rolaids were all free after coupons/sales.  The J&J Nursing pads are just something I’ve been wanting to get in prep for the baby’s arrival.  It might not have been the best price, but with the $3/$15 purchase and the $1 J&J coupon I had, it wasn’t absolutely awful either.  I keep thinking maybe I should try reusable nursing pads but I’m just scared I wouldn’t like them at all!

Bought:

  • 2 Hershey’s Kisses $3.00 each
  • 2 Sierra Mist $0.69 each
    (bought with rain check)
  • Tums $3.99
  • J&J Nursing Pads $8.79
  • Rolaids $0.99

Coupons Used:

  • $2.50/2 Hershey’s CVS printable coupon
  • $1.10/2 Hershey’s printable coupon
  • $1.00 Sierra Mist CVS printable coupon
  • $1.00 Tums printable coupon
  • $1.00 J&J coupon received via manufacturer for contacting them
  • $1.00 Rolaids CVS coupon received via Red Coupon Machine in-store
  • $3/$15 Purchase CVS coupon received via email
  • $10.00 in Extra Bucks (CVS coupon that print at register for purchasing specific items)

Got Back:

  • $3.00 Extra Bucks coupon for purchasing the Hershey’s (can be used on next purchase of any item)
  • $3.00 Extra Bucks coupon for purchasing the Tums (can be used on next purchase of any item)

Rite Aid: $0 (gift card)
Saved with Coupons: $20.47
Saved with Sales: $11.98

I used a gift card that I bought discounted through Gift Card Rescue to pay for this purchase which was $3.25 total.

I used a rain check from Rite Aid’s Black Friday sales to get the Quaker Oatmeal Cups for free.  Originally they were free after UPRewards but the way that Rite Aid does rain checks for items like that is to just write the rain check for a free item.  And I actually had a $1 coupon for them so it was a tiny moneymaker!

The nail enamel was free and the Huggies diapers were just $4.99/pack after coupons and sales.  I’m so happy to slowly keep adding to my diaper stockpile!

Bought:

  • 2 Quaker’s Oatmeal Cups $0 (bought with rain check)
  • 2 Sinful nail enamel $1.99 each
  • 2 Huggies Little Snuggler diapers $9.49 each

Coupons Used:

  • $1/2 Quaker Cups coupon from Sunday newspaper coupon inserts
  • Two $3.00 Huggies printable coupons via Hopster
  • $13.47 in UPRewards (Rite Aid coupon that print at register for purchasing specific items)

Got Back:

  • Two $1.99 UPRewards coupons for purchasing the Sinful nail enamel (can be used on next purchase of any item)
  • Two $1.50 UPRewards coupons for purchasing the Huggies (can be used on next purchase of any item)

Giant: $26.06
Saved with Coupons: $8.00
Saved with Sales: $44.53

I kind of stocked up on baby wipes as you see.  There was an unadvertised deal that made them just $0.99/3 pack or $0.33/reg. pack after coupons and sales and I figured that I will eventually use them so I might as well take advantage of it!

The Taster’s Choice was just $0.05 after coupons/sales.  I love using these to make my.  The Domino sugar was $1.49 after coupons/sales and the Giant paper towels were free.

The Ortega salsa was a gas rewards deal.  I usually make my own salsa but this was just $0.29/jar after gas rewards and I figured I can’t make it that cheap!  I’ll probably use it mostly in cooking…in things such as Salsa Chicken Soup and Salsa Ranch Chicken Wraps.  If you aren’t familiar with how the gas deals work, basically you earn so much off a gallon of gas when you purchase a certain number of specific items.  This time I earned $0.40 off a gallon for every 6 items I purchased, up to 30 gallons of gas or a total of $12 off.

Bought:

  • 8 Pampers Triple Pack Wipes $6.49 each
  • 2 Taster’s Choice Coffee Sticks $1.05 each
  • 2 Domino Sugar $1.99 each
  • Giant Brand Paper Towels $1.00
  • 7 Ortega Salsa $2.00 each

Coupons Used:

  • Four $0.50 Pampers printable coupons (doubled to $1.00 each)
  • Two $0.50 Taster’s Choice coupons from Sunday newspaper coupon inserts
  • $0.65 Domino Sugar coupon from Sunday newspaper coupon inserts (doubled to $1.00)
  • $1.00 any paper towel coupon (printed from Catalina coupon machine at register)
  • Four $10.00 instant savings for purchasing 2 Pampers wipes packs (recorded under “Saved with Sales”)

Got Back:

  • $12.00 worth of gas rewards for purchasing the Ortega

Misc.: $2.55

The $2.55 is for that little container of Chicken Bouillon that my sister-in-law picked up for me at the bulk food store.  I forgot to get some when I was there the other week and was pretty much out.  I don’t use it a lot, but in the winter we love eating Cream Cheese Potato Soup and so I really wanted to have it on hand.

I bought the apples from a local orchard and used money from my grocery cash to pay for them.  I don’t remember exactly what they cost but it ended up being something like $0.40/lb. I think.  The yellow ones are for fresh eating and the red ones I got to make apple butter in my crock pot.

Credits: $10.00
A couple of weeks ago I took I took advantage of American Express’ Small Business Saturday offer.  If I spent $10 at qualified merchants and paid with my American Express card, they’d give me a $10 statement credit.  So I found some lunch meat at S. Clyde Weaver for $5.40/lb. and got two pounds of it.  The $10 credited back to my card this week so I ended up only paying $0.80 for 2 lbs. of really good lunch meat!

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Weekly Spending Summary (12/1-12/7)

Tuesday, December 10th, 2013

Some of you have wondered where I get my printable coupons. Here are the main coupon sites that I use: Coupons.com, Coupon Network, Smart Source, Red Plum, Ibotta, Hopster and Saving Star.  Manufacturer websites and Facebook pages are another great source.

Favorite Buys:

  • Free Men’s Razor
  • Free Yardley Soap
  • Free Reach Flossers
  • Huggies for $4.99
  • Moneymaking Hormel REV Wraps

Total Spent: $69.08
Total Saved with Coupons: $21.61
Total Saved with Sales: $36.60
Total Saved: $58.21

CVS: $0 (used grocery cash)
Saved with Coupons: $11.61
Saved with Sales: $3.30

I used $0.62 from my grocery cash to pay for this purchase.  All of the items were free or better than free with coupons/sales.

Bought:

  • Triaminic $4.99
  • CVS Men’s Razor $6.99
  • CVS Probiotic $9.99 (bought with rain check)

Coupons Used:

  • $3.00 CVS razor printable coupon
  • $1.00 Triaminic printable coupon
  • $17.40 in Extra Bucks (CVS coupon that print at register for purchasing specific items)

Got Back:

  • $4.00 Extra Bucks coupon for purchasing the Triaminic (can be used on next purchase of any item)
  • $4.00 Extra Bucks coupon for purchasing the CVS Razor (can be used on next purchase of any item)
  • $10.00 Extra Bucks coupon for purchasing the CVS Probiotic (can be used on next purchase of any item)

Rite Aid: $0 (gift card)
Saved with Coupons: $6.00
Saved with Sales: $29.42

I used a gift card that I bought discounted through Gift Card Rescue to pay for this purchase which was $3.97 total.

All of the items were purchased with rain checks.  You’ll see below that some of the items rang up at $0.  That is because they were free after UPRewards and since they don’t issue the UPRewards on rain check items, but instead just deduct it off the price they rang up at $0.

I’m still trying to build my diaper stockpile for this baby and so I was really happy to be able to score some Huggies for $4.99/pack.  The diaper deals have been a bit slim lately so this really helped!

Bought:

  • 2 Rite Aid nail clippers $0 (bought with rain check)
  • 2 Reach flossers $0.99 each (bought with rain check)
  • 6 Yardley soap $0 (bought with rain check)
  • Huggies diapers $7.99 (bought with rain check)

Coupons Used:

  • Two $1.00 Reach printable coupons
  • $3.00 Huggies printable coupon from Hopster 
  • $1.00 in UPRewards (Rite Aid coupon that print at register for purchasing specific items)

Giant: $16.96
Saved with Coupons: $4.00
Saved with Sales: $3.88

Well, I got another moneymaking gas deal at Giant this week.  This time I made $7.04 by purchasing these REV wraps.  Not something I’d usually purchase but hey, if they’re going to pay me to buy them, why not?  Plus, they will make some handy lunches!

If you aren’t familiar with how the gas deals work, basically you earn so much off a gallon of gas when you purchase a certain number of specific items.  This time I earned $0.40 off a gallon for every 6 items I purchased, up to 30 gallons of gas.

Bought:

  • 12 REV Wraps $1.67 each

Coupons Used:

  • Four $1/2 Rev Wrap printable coupons

Got Back:

  • $24.00 worth of gas rewards for purchasing the Hormel

Aldi: $32.12

Just my usual Aldi stock up trip- not really anything special to note.

Bought:

  • 5 Flour Tortillas $0.99 each
  • 2 Cream Cheese $0.89 each
  • Bananas @ $0.44/lb.
  • 3 lb. Onions $0.79
  • Pinto Beans $1.79
  • Great Northern Beans $2.29
  • 5lb. Red Potatoes $3.29
  • Saltines $0.95
  • Canola Oil $2.59
  • Ranch Dressing $1.39
  • Mayo $1.99
  • Heavy Whipping Cream $1.99
  • 2 Corn Chips $0.89 each
  • Tomato Paste $0.39
  • 2 Brown Sugar $1.19 each
  • Coconut Flakes $1.29
  • Chocolate Chips $1.29

Misc.: $20.00

I withdrew some cash for grocery cash.  I use this for numerous things including produce from our local farmer’s market, eggs from a local farm and fresh ground flour from my in-laws.

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