Adventures in Couponing.

Posted by Michelle on June 10th, 2012 . Filed under: Couponing .

At the end of last week’s coupon adventure we saw this….:

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….so here we go with the remainder of that trip.

Stock-up price on the Chef Boyardee at 37-cents a can.  School’s out for summer which means the kids will be home, and eating.  Constantly.

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Totally free Kraft barbecue sauce.  Love this time of year when the summery foods are on sale and you can pair the sale with a coupon and score.  30 bottles of score.

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$1.98 mayonnaise, 12-cent pickles, and totally free ketchup.  Look at those little bottles – aren’t they cute?

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98-cent stock that’ll make me cook like Wolfgang Puck, 78-cent PAM, and 25-cent clearance bin sprinkles.

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74-cent microwave rice, 37-cent tuna, and totally free mashed potatoes.

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We don’t have a dog, my aunt asked me to look for cheap dog food for her dog.  5-cent Alpo, buy 3 get 1 free Cesar, and 89-cent dog treats.  I guess those were good prices, I dunno.

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Free paper towels, 87-cent toilet paper, 12-cent Dawn, $1.97 Gain laundry detergent and free Gain dish soap.

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Free pads for the donation box.

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Hard to see, but there are 15 free bottles of LA hair gels.  My son will be set through high school.  Free Suave shampoo, conditioner, and deodorant, 97-cent Garnier, and $1.97 for backpack Coppertone for when the husband and kiddies go geocaching.

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24-cent light bulbs, free STP, free kleenex, free crockpot liners, $1 baggies, $2.88 Energizer cap lights, and 64-cent Armor All car fresheners (Father’s Day gifts on the cheap).

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This was a doozy of a trip for sure.  Wiped. Me. Out.


2 Responses to Adventures in Couponing.

  1. Michele aka Derbylea

    Wow this was very impressive! Crockpot liners? I didn’t even know those existed. That would be so perfect when we are selling nachos at school.

  2. Kathy

    I’ve tried to do this. Seemed like it took forever just searching the ads. Have any suggestions on making this easier?.

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