It’s been a few weeks since I’ve hosted a Super Savings Saturday link-up. I gave myself a break for December without telling you all. 🙂
At any rate, these are back and will now be posted every Saturday afternoon; I’d love to have you participate!
Dillon’s Shopping Trip: Spent $9.25, Saved $31.97 — read details and price break-downs of this shopping trip here
Health Food Store: spent $11.71
Another Dillon’s Shopping Trip: spent $13.66
Walmart Shopping Trip: Spent $8.94, Saved $32.38 — read details and price breakdowns of this shopping trip here
Aldi Shopping Trip: Spent $28.31
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Martha Artyomenko says
Is that big packages of garlic cloves?
Yes! We chopped and froze them!
Melissa @ Stockpiling Moms says
Thanks for the linky!
Short Little Mama's says
This is is really neat. Crystal, your blog has given me great tips and inspiration. Can’t wait to get to reading others’ experiences from this week. Thank you!
Erica @ Just Call Me Cheap says
I’m glad I’m not the only one who has taken a break from deals! This past month I have been more relaxed about grocery and drugstore shopping and at times felt a bit guilty about missing out but I have realized that my time with my family is much more important that scoring free stuff.
Bridie Sellers says
Thanks for the chance to link up!
So glad Super Savings Saturday is back! I look forward to it every weekend- I think it’s my favorite part of your blog 🙂
Samantha @ Mama Notes says
Awesome Crystal! When you buy things that are marked down (I’m assuming because they are expiring soon) do you put them in the freezer if you don’t need them right away?
Yes, I only buy marked down items I know we can use within a few days or that can be frozen.
You did fabulous on all of your shopping, and I am still amazed by the low cost of those pjs.
I shopped a lot more than usual this week, but I had been planning for it.
Happy New Year!
Frugality Is Free.
Is that turkey sausage pretty good? I see it marked down also- but I don’t know how to cook it- what to use it for?
Jenelle @ Frugal Family Feasts says
@jan, It’s really good sausage. We usually just grill it. It’s not greasy at all. The sausage is REALLY soft so cutting it up hasn’t worked, but it could be ground/browned to use in recipes. Their link breakfast sausage is our favorite.