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    Not a whole lot... Some bags of lentils and a big package of yeast. But, it all adds up...got good deals.
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    I added:
    18 jars of peanut butter @ $0.88 each, plus one free
    12 jars pasta sauce @$0.88 each
    32 bags frozen veggies @$0.88 each
    30 lbs pork chops @ $0.88 per lb
    10 lbs chicken breasts @$0.88 per lb
    12 cans green beans @$0.34 each
    12 cans corn @ $0.34 each
    24 cans tomatoes @$0.35 each
    20 lbs flour for $3.52

    Some went to the big freezer and some to the pantry.
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    Just added today:

    4 boxes Electrasol
    2 Suave Bodywash
    2 DH Deoderant

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    Quote Originally Posted by brenda67 View Post
    I can contribute to this question..These items have been purchased within the past 5 days..

    3 cases of Campbells Chicken Noodle soup (48 cans a case) @.23 each
    2 cases of CBAD Ravioli (24 cans a case) @.50 a can
    16 jars of Ragu sauce @.49 a piece
    14 cans(11oz) of Maxwell House coffee @.64 a can
    18 bags of Lipton Side Dishes @.4 a package
    8-30 to 40 count Ziploc Bags @$1.14 a box
    3 Jars of Hellmans Mayo @ $1.00 a piece
    4 jars of Peter Pan peanut butter FREE
    68 Duracell AA batteries FREE
    8 boxes of Electrosol FREE

    OK, Brenda, I know about the Peter Pan deal. But can you elaborate about how you got all this stuff so cheap? You are the frugalista of the day! I am especially interest in the Campbells Chicken Noodle Soup as I have a bunch of $1/10 coupons. TIA

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    How do you people do so well!?!? We don't get prices like that here, unless I just don't know where to look. Could you please share some of your secrets??? TIA

    PS, I thought I did well getting Peter Pan for $1 a jar...what's the Peter pan deal for free????
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    Quote Originally Posted by became4347 View Post
    OK, Brenda, I know about the Peter Pan deal. But can you elaborate about how you got all this stuff so cheap? You are the frugalista of the day! I am especially interest in the Campbells Chicken Noodle Soup as I have a bunch of $1/10 coupons. TIA


    Hello.. Big Y was having a Can Can sale.. the price was $15.99 a case minus my coupons (.40/4 x 12 coupons..this store does not double coupons anymore) bringing the price down to $11.19 a case which equals .23 a can.

    The Ravioli was also purchased @ Big Y..again combining sale w/ coupons..




    The other deals are from Shoprite & Price Chopper..This was just from combining the sale w/coupons.. This store doubles up to .99 everyday

    16 jars of Ragu sauce @.49 a piece (sale.99-.50 cp=.49 each)
    14 cans(11oz) of Maxwell House coffee @.64 a can (sale $1.64-$1.00 cp=.64)
    18 bags of Lipton Side Dishes @.4 a package(sale .79-.75cp=.4)
    8-30 to 40 count Ziploc Bags @$1.14 a box(sale $1.94-.40cp=$1.14)
    3 Jars of Hellmans Mayo @ $1.00 a piece(sale $2.00-.50cp=$1.00)
    4 jars of Peter Pan peanut butter FREE
    68 Duracell AA batteries FREE (2-packs)($1.00-$1.00cp=Free)
    8 boxes of Electrosol FREE (sale $1.99-$2.25cp=Free)

    Hope this helps you..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave'sGirl View Post
    How do you people do so well!?!? We don't get prices like that here, unless I just don't know where to look. Could you please share some of your secrets??? TIA

    PS, I thought I did well getting Peter Pan for $1 a jar...what's the Peter pan deal for free????


    The deal for me was that the Peter Pan was on sale for $1.00 a jar- the $1.00coupon makes it free.HTH..
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    We got a windfall yesterday, so I added more to my stash.

    2 more cn ham
    2 more cn tuna
    2 more cn salmon
    2 lg. cn homestyle baked beans
    2 cn green beans
    2 cn corn
    1 cn carrots
    1 cn lima beans
    5 cn cr. of mushroom soup
    5 cn cr. of chicken soup
    4 cn. tomato soup * coupon 40 cents
    4 cn. chicken noodle soup * coupon 40 cents
    2 cn chili beans
    2 cn ranch beans
    1 pk shells and cheese
    2 cn pumpkin
    2 sm cn spam
    1 lb dry pinto beans
    1 lb lentils

    I spent about $100.00 extra for groceries but it grew my stash a lot. There will probably be some extra side dishes to add to it, but I haven't finished deciding my menu yet.
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    I also added 6 free Glade room sprays from Walgreens using B1G1 coupons

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    Here's what I got for my stockpile this week:

    12 cans Old El paso Refried Beans- .50 each
    2 (12 ct) totinos pizza rolls- .20 each
    2 land o lakes spreadable butter w/ canola oil- Free
    1 chex mix- free
    1 pack trident gum-free
    2 o-cello sponges- .50/ each
    4 boxes Old el paso taco shells- .50 each
    3 pounds 90/10 lean hamburger- 2.95

    CVS
    3 12-packs of pepsi products (free at cvs w/ ECBs)
    2 bags lays potato chips
    4 toothbrushes
    2 soy joy bars
    1 crest pro health rinse
    1 m&ms
    1 2 Ltr Mt Dew
    1 package of hilighters

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    2 huge bottles of liquid fabric softner
    4 boxes of fruit snacks
    5 boxes of granola bars
    2 boxes of cereal
    toilet paper (8 rolls)
    canend goods
    big box of borax
    paper plates
    bottles water

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    Peter Pan Peanut Butter
    Baggies
    Cans of Tomatoes

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    This week I added the following:

    18 cans of green beans (from Aldi @ .39 each)
    3 jars peanut butter (@$1 each)
    3 jars Ragu ($1 each)
    5 cans Manwich ($1each-will add more of these this week as they're still on sale at Kroger)
    12 candy bars for DH's lunches (3/$1)- I got the kinds I don't really like, so I wouldn't be tempted to eat any...although I did buy myself 3 Heath bars...lol

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    Today I added:

    2 mega rolls of Scott paper towels~~
    1~ 4 pk of the double rolls toilet paper

    DH bought a lot of steak and hamburg today.

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    Peter Pan seems to be having sales all over. Albertson's is selling them for .75 jar. I got 6 of them today. I think I'll go back and get more before the sale ends.

    Also got:
    34 boxes Silk Soymilk $1 ea
    8 boxes Mini Wheats $1 ea
    3 boxes Jolly Time microwave popcorn FREE after rebate (got that ready to go in the mail just now)

    I have a bunch of rainchecks from Albertsons (no exp date) and I think I'll stock up with some of those items.

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