1 box of Quaker Instant Oatmeal — $1.99, used $2/1 coupon (no longer available) = free
1 bottle Xtra Laundry Detergent — $1.99, used $1/1 printable coupon = $0.99
1 jug Minute Maid Orange Juice — used free catalina coupon which printed from our last shopping trip (Don’t ask me why, but every time we use my husband’s Dillon’s Shopper Card, we get great catalina coupons!)
2 cartons of Silk — reduced to $0.99 each
2 cartons of Almond Breeze Almond Milk — $1.50, used $0.55/1 printable coupon (which doubled to $1 off) = $0.50 each
1 International Coffee Creamer — $1, used $0.55/1 printable coupon (which doubled to $1 off) = free
1 Horizon Organic Milk — $1, used $1/1 printable coupon = free
1 Marie Callender’s Bakes – used free product coupon they sent to me
1 Excedrin — used free product coupon
1 Roast — reduced to $5.03
2 Jalepenos — $0.28
Total spent: $9.25
Total saved (according to my receipt): $31.97
I couldn’t figure out why my total was as low as it was, until I realized later that they ended up taking off the full product value on the free Excedrin and Marie Callender’s coupons, which gave me overage on my order since these were on sale.
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