I’m late in getting this up today because I spent this morning at a knitting class and this afternoon hanging out with my friend, Carolynn, from My Little Bit of Life. At any rate, here’s a rundown on my grocery shopping purchases this week…
I stopped at Walmart last night to get some Ivory soap for the homemade laundry detergent I’m making (I’ll be sharing the recipe and full details on how it goes on Wednesday). Of course, I have been unable to find a $1/1 Ivory soap coupon from my usual coupon sources, so I decided to use overage to my advantage.
Here’s what I got:
1 can Similac formula — $4.17, used $5/1 coupon, free plus overage
1 Nivea Bodywash — $3, used $3/1 coupon, free after coupon
1 3-pack of Ivory soap — $0.97
My total was $0.73 after the coupons plus tax.
We won’t use the formula, but I went ahead and bought it to donate since I had the coupon and it gave me overage toward the soap purchase.
I did the rest of my shopping on Tuesday:
I spent $41.97 at Aldi — see a full list of what we bought and the prices here.
I spent a little over $7 at Dollar Tree.
And I spent $7.11 at Dillon’s — see a full list of what we bought and the coupon match-ups here.
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