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Saturday, January 7, 2012

Harris Teeter Super Double Coupon Shopping, Day 3

Today I went to the Park Potomac Harris Teeter, where I found the elusive V8 V-Fusion Smoothies! This is a brand new product that I couldn't find at either of the two stores I visited earlier this week. I wasn't sure it even really existed! But now that I do, I have listed it among the freebies for Super Double Coupon Matchups!

Also late last night I learned that the Honey Bunches of Oats cereal I was already getting for $0.50 a pop with coupons was going to be available starting today for free with coupons! Limit 2 per card as an E-Vic special, but still! Fortunately I had plenty more printable coupons to buy some more. It pays to have way too many computers...

Bought 2 V8 V-Fusion Smoothie 36oz $1.99 each, regularly $3.99 each
Used 2 $1.00/1 Printable Coupons

Bought 2 Honey Bunch of Oats Cereal, $1.97 each (E-Vic special, Limit 2 - check email to see if you qualify), regularly $3.79 each
Used 2 $1.00/1 Printable Coupons

Bought 1 Honey Bunch of Oats Cereal, $2.50, regularly $3.79
Used 1 $1.00/1 Printable Coupon
Final Price: $0.50-$0.06 overage from other 2 coupons = $0.44 (the computer will apply any overage to another of the same product)

Bought 2 Bayer Children's Aspirin, $1.99 each, regularly $2.99 each (I thought you weren't supposed to give children aspirin?!)
Used 2 $1.00/1 coupons from SS2 1/1

Bought 3 Wet Ones Wipes travel size, $1.50, regular price
Used 3 $0.75/1 Printable Coupons

Bought 3 Clorox 2 Stainfighter pens, 2.99, regular price
Used 3 $1.50/1 printable coupons (no longer available)

Bought 3 Tums 3-pack $2.29 each, regular price
Used 3 $1.00/1 Printable Coupons
=$0.87 ($0.29 each)

Bought 3 Welch's Grape Juice Essentials, $3.29 each, regularly $3.79 each
Used 3 $1.00/1 coupons from SS 11/6
Final Price: $3.87 ($1.29 each)
Bought 2 The Goodlife Recipe for Cats Treats $2.99 each, regular price
Used 1 $1.00/2 printable coupon (no longer available)
Final Price: $3.98 ($1.99 each)
These are the only store-bought treats my Maine Coon Izzy can eat without his mouth breaking out in a rash. High maintenance brat.

$63.02 Shelf price
-12.43  Discounts
-41.43  Coupons
= 9.16 (85.4% savings)
+ 1.17 Sales tax
=10.33 Paid out of pocket

A lot better than yesterday! Hopefully tomorrow I can get some more of that V8!

1 comment:

  1. Why am I on the computer? I want to go back to Maine!