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    I spent $48.22 and got round steak at $2.29lb. bought 4of them will last 7 days (each had enough to make 2 meals or stretch it farther), 2 things of ground chuck for $2.29lb, (bought 2 packages will last 6 meals) at Riesbecks. (They have had another great deal), then went to Save A Lot and bought 2 boneless pork loin one for $18.01 and $18.31, pick any 5 packages of meat specially marked for $20, so I got 2 pakgs of ground pork, 2 pkges of sausage and one of chicken thighs, Ground pork makes two plus meals, sausage 3 each, and the chicken 2 meals, 2 pckges of boneless skinless chicken breasts for $3.99 each. The pork loin will last 10 meals or more if you divide it up farther.

    Now both my freezer and chest freezer or packed to the brim with meat, plus lots of canned goods and pasta. I will not have to go shopping for at least a month or so.

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    New vet
    3 year rabies
    1 yr.DPT
    exam
    Bordatella
    =$54.
    I will save over $400. on my cats alone.

    Organic 85/15 ground beef clearanced $3.49#. Got 6 pkgs.
    G.sale-coveralls,2 pr. jeans,LN skirt=$2.

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    I went to another Market Basket than usual and found Old Neighborhood Franks marked down to 99 cents a one pound package.
    I bought three.

    I kept an eye on the register and they rang up at $2.79 so I explained the mistake and they corrected it. I love Market Basket

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    Annymoll u will be hooked bath and body are addictive good job everybody.

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    Redners(grocery store in PA) has family packs of split chicken breast and pork chops Buy 1 Get 1 Free.

    I stocked up and save $32 yesterday. I am thinking of going back before the sale ends and getting more. You don't need a shoppers card or a minimum purchase to get the deal.

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    Local organic garden stand selling off their veggies for $1 a pkg... got 2 4 packs of purple cabbage (pretty as well as yummy!) and 2 single packs of sungold cherry tomatoes. (MIne are flowering, but no fruits yet.) Have harvested 4 tomatoes off of the tomato plants already.

    Judi

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    fourth of July themed dish towels 50% off at $1.50 for the fluffy thick ones. Got 1/2 doz. I don't care what's on 'em.

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    Went to Target today and for $1.28 I got
    2 pillows
    2 pkgs pantyliners
    2 pkgs (2 in pack) sharpie markers
    Terry

    Oct grocery 137.50/217.00
    Oct coupon 8.00
    YTD grocery 2715.95
    YTD coupon 477.26


    New Recipe 7/24
    Items repurposed
    Twenty wishes 0/20


    as of 10-7

    1. clean/organize linen closet 2. organize/purge medicine cabinet 3. make at least one new recipe a month 0/12 4. learn to make 3 items from scratch 5. tame kitchen freezer 6. read To Kill A Mockingbird 7. watch Gone With The Wind 8. limit on-line game time to 30mins a day 9. write a letter monthly to MIL 10. make AND mail Christmas cards 11. repurpose 3 old items into something new 12. participate in monthly photo hunt 13. make 1 rag quilt 14. use exercise bike 4x wk 15. lose 3lbs a month 16. make work plan for camper 17. learn to back-up camper 18. participate in 1 SOTF get-together 19. complete dental work needed 20. say I Love You to loved ones daily

    Personal challenge, 5 A Day
    put away, throw away, give away
    at least 5 items a day

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    Today I went to walmart and got a magic jack as seen on tv, I spent $39.95 plus $9 replacement. The magic jack gives you unlimited phone service, etc. I have turned on my phone and it works. I have no charges until next year all for $50. As long as I have my internet on it works.

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    This week... 4 bottles of purex laundry detergent - Free (coupon for $3 on sale for $3).
    Fruit snacks - $.50
    Off - $.40
    Free Curell hand lotion with purchase
    Majesta paper towel $.54 for 8 rolls
    Colgate tooth brush - Free
    Oral B toothbrush - Free
    Dove Shampoo - .20
    Dove conditioner - .20
    8 pack dove soap - .20
    Free yogurt 8/pk
    Petit Danone 6pk - $1.25
    Peaches and nectarines - .67/lb
    DanActives - $2.25/8pk
    Snuggle Fabric Softener $1.20
    Finish Powerball 60pk - $.55

    Started really matching coupons to sales, and look what happens!!
    Mom to 4 wonderful kiddos. Homeschooling mom
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    Still loving this new vet
    (new puppy)
    1st time visit exam
    #2 dpt
    #2 deworming
    heartworm test
    #2 bordetella
    For $80. my other vet charges $75 for HW alone.

    Help me! the new pup is 30# and 12 weeks. Its paws are like catchers mitts.

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    Yep, your puppy is going to be huge, good luck might make a great watch dog.

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    I found two deals on RedFlagDeals.com today. One is $2 off advil and the other is $2.50 off benadryl. I use both of those often so I decided to grab them.

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    Stop and Shop yesterday- 4 packs Luigi's italian ice (6 packs) (B1g1free), 2 Edy's ice creams (b1g1free+ get 2 bottles of A+W rootbeer free!)...used -$1/2 coupon with Edy', used (4) -.50/1 coupons for the Luigi's that doubles to -$1, plus a -$2 in store Catalina from my last trip...paid $5.17 for it all...and we're stocked on the frozen sweets for months!


    Kill the mortgage! Goal: 12/2023 Left to go: $141,279.52 Extra paid: 2012- $4408.03 2013-$5396.21+ $400 extra towards escrow
    2014-$2548.29

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    Rite Aid this week- 'Stayfree' pads are 2/$6, get 2 UP rewards.

    If you have the b1 g1f coupons that expire 8/31 (Weds!), it brings it down to 2/$3, get 2 UPs, making them .50 a package (as long as you use those UPs before they expire)! Even at 2/$3, it's a great deal...there is a limit of 4 'pairs' to get the UP rewards- I got 8 packs for $12, and $8 UP rewards.


    Kill the mortgage! Goal: 12/2023 Left to go: $141,279.52 Extra paid: 2012- $4408.03 2013-$5396.21+ $400 extra towards escrow
    2014-$2548.29

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