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Saturday, March 24, 2012

Harris Teeter Triple Coupons, Day 2


OMG Harris Teeter likes me! It really likes me! Yesterday while I was there the catalina machine was spitting out SO many coupons. One was for a FREE 1 liter bottle of San Pellegrino sparkling water! WTF?! Definitely pay attention to those coupons printing out, people!

Here's what I got today:

Bought 2 Clear Eyes travel size bottles, $0.95 each, clearance, regularly $2.79! (and they don't expire til 1/14!)
Used 2 $0.55/1 Internet printable coupons
Final Price: $1.40 MONEYMAKER (received full value of coupons as items rang up as "GroceryResetMkDown," requiring the coupons to be entered manually)

Bought 1 bag of Crave cat treats $0.84, clearance, regularly $1.69
Used 1 $1.00/1 manufacturer coupons from RP 3/11 (would have to be ordered - we received $1.00/2)
Final Price: $0.16 MONEYMAKER

Bought 4 boxes of Tasters Choice single serve packets $1.55 each, regular price
Used 2 BOGO Internet printable coupons (no longer available)
And used 2 $0.65/1 Internet printable coupons (TastersChoice.com)

Final Price: 4 Free (you get a free one for each of the $0.65 coupons you're able to print!)

Bought 2 Mardi Gras 250-count napkins $1.99 each, regularly $2.99 each
Used 2 $0.55/1 Internet printable coupons (Redplum.com)
Final Price: $0.68 ($0.34 each) for 2

Bought 2 Reynolds Foil 75 square feet $4.99, regular price
Used 2 $0.75/1 manufacturer coupon from SS 1/22
Final Price: $5.48 ($2.74 each) for 2

*Not the best price, but we needed foil*

Bought 1 box Ziploc sandwich bags $3.19, regular price
Used 1 $0.70/1 Internet printable coupons (Couponnetwork.com)
Final Price: $1.09

Bought 2 boxes Plantation NUTrition bars $2.79 each, regularly $3.55 eachUsed 2 $0.75/1 manufacturer coupons from SS 2/12 or 1/8 (regional and would have to be ordered - we received $1.00/1)
Final Price: $1.08 ($0.54 each) for 2

2 cans Dole pineapple chunks $0.99 each, regular price
Used 1 $0.50/2 manufacturer coupons from All You 2/12
Final Price: $0.98 ($0.49 each) for 2

Bought 2 Silk Pure Almond Milk single serves $1.25 each, regularly $1.34 each
Used 2 $0.55/1 Internet printable coupons (Coupons.com)
Final Price: 2 Free

Bought 3 StarKist Tuna Pouches $1.75 each, regular price
Used 2 $0.50/1 Internet printable coupons (Facebook.com - limited prints available starting Friday at midnight)
And used 1 $0.50/1 manufacturer coupon from All You 3/12
Final Price: $0.75 ($0.25 each) for 3

Bought 1 bag New York Texas Toast croutons $1.99, regular priceUsed 1 $0.50/1 coupon from All You 4/12
Rinal Price: $0.49

*There's also a $0.40/1 manufacturer coupon in SS 1/29 that would make it $0.79*

Bought 2 Bar Keepers Friend cleansers $1.99 each, regularly $3.99
Used 2 $0.55/1 Internet printable coupons (Coupons.com)
Final Price: $0.68 ($0.34 each) for 2

$59.60  Shelf Price
- 12.23  Discounts
- 39.30  Coupons
=  8.07  (86.5% savings off shelf price)
+  1.32  Sales tax paid
=$8.09  Paid out of pocket

Do you still have any of those $0.99 Scott coupons from CouponNetwork.com? If so, you can get some toilet paper this week for cheap, if you are included in the E-Vic special. A 12-pack of Scott toilet paper is on sale for $6.47, limit 2. Using the $0.99 coupon will give you $2.97 off, making it $3.50 a pack! These are big rolls, too! So I'm doing that tomorrow. Also tomorrow: COLD STUFF! Have an idea to cash in a raincheck for next to nothing. We'll see what happens!

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