Quick Shopping Trip Tonight

Tonight I made a quick shopping trip to Dollar General and Farm Fresh.  They are both located within walking distance of my house so it’s not too much trouble for me to go to both.

I wanted to go to Dollar General because I need garbage bags and couldn’t find a good deal on them at any of the stores.  I also checked out the Hunt’s Snack Pack Puddings I was planning on getting at Harris Teeter and they were a few cents cheaper at Dollar General.

Here was the haul at Dollar General:

2 boxes Hefty Easy Flap 80 count boxes $7.50- On sale for $6.50
– $1/1 Hefty Waste Bags, exp. 3/31/12 (RP 01/01/12)
Final Price: $5.50 each or about $.08 each bag

12 boxes Hunt’s Snack Pack (4 pk) $1.00 each (most of these will be for the food pantry at church)
Used 3 $1/4 Hunts Snack Pack Pudding, exp. 2/5/12 (SS 01/01/12 R)
Final Price: $.75 each or about $.19 per cup

Price before sales and coupons: $27.00
After sales: $25.00
Final Price: $20.00 (saved about 25% off Dollar General Prices- which are already pretty low)

Here are the items from Farm Fresh:

Celestial Seasonings Tea- $4.09, on sale for $2.50
– $1/1 Celestial Seasonings Tea Bags, exp. 2/6/12 (SS 11/06/11 R)
Final Price: $1.50

Starkist Tuna Pouches $1.69, on sale for $1.00
Used 2 $0.50/1 Starkist Tuna Pouch Product, exp. 2/12/12 (RP 01/01/12)
Final Price: FREE

Total before sales and coupons: $7.47
After sales: $4.50
Brought reuseable bag: $4.45
After coupons: $1.45- saved about 80%

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