Farm Fresh Shopping Trip 4/13

by Laura on April 13, 2011

In light of all the “extreme couponing” floating around I thought I would show you one of normal trips.  Today I went to Farm Fresh to pick up a few items I needed.  Here is my haul and what coupons I used on them:

Success Rice Microwave Ready Container $1.99
- $1/2 Success Rice Product 3/27/2011 RP Insert (exp 5/31/2011)
Final Price: $.99 each (bought two)

Stove Top Stuffing $1.49
- $.50/1 printable (no longer available)
Final Price: $.49

Dasani Water $1.69
- $1/2 coupon printable
Final Price: $.69 each (bought two)

Coke Zero $1.69
- $1/2 coupon printable
Final Price: $.69 each (bought two)

Bananas $.96

Steamfresh Frozen Vegetables $1.00
- $0.75 off 3 varieties of Birds Eye Steamfresh printable
Final Price: $.50 each (bought three)

Pillsbury Crescent Rolls $1.50
- $.50/2 Printable (no longer available)
Final Price: $1.00 each (bought two)

McCormick Cinnamon $2.09
- $.75/1 McCormick Product 3/13/2011 RP Insert (exp 4/24/2011)
Final Price: $.59

- $.05 for bringing my own bag

Final Price Before Coupons: 21.70
Price After Coupons: $10.70

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Stacy April 15, 2011 at 11:21 am

I’m glad that you and other bloggers are showing the realistic approach to couponing in the craze of ‘extreme couponing’. Those of us that use couponing to save our budgets or to take care of our families don’t need any fall out from the ‘extremers’. What that silly show isn’t addressing is that even if you got 400 deodorants for $5, if you didn’t need or won’t use 400 deodorants – then it was $5 wasted – not saved!

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Ali April 14, 2011 at 10:39 am

I went to FF yesterday also!!! Love their wednesdays! Got $54.82 worth of stuff for $27.42 plus free eggs and milk coupon!

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Laura April 13, 2011 at 8:08 pm

Congrats! Welcome to couponing!

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Faith April 13, 2011 at 7:53 pm

If you “like” stove top on Facebook you can still get the .50cent coupon.

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Kacey April 13, 2011 at 6:26 pm

I have just this week discovered your site, and it is just blowing me away. I went to Walmart, Food Lion and Farm Fresh today and got a huge haul of stuff for $14.98 (pre-tax). Incredible. I am so excited!

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Chris April 13, 2011 at 3:28 pm

I did super well at Farm Fresh…my 2 boxes of Minute Rice (brown)were $1.79 before my 50 cent coupon which doubled to $1 off…got rice for 79 cents per box. I actually saved over $20 and checked out at $53 plus 8 cents off gallon gas….love Farm Fresh!

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karen letourneau April 13, 2011 at 2:12 pm

“SWEET” and I LOVE Rite Aid :)

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