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    Smile What items have you added to your stockpile this week

    Just wondering what kinds of things your adding and the deals you got. I think it will help me with my price book as well. Here's mine:
    - 4 jars of peanut butter @ $1 a jar
    -12 bars of soap @ $0.98 for a 6pk.
    -4 large cans of pea soup @ 0.99 each
    I still need to add:
    -6 tubes of toothpaste hopefully for under 0.40 each
    - and TP
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    I'm going to add dry beans. I still have a little money left for my grocery challenge this month and that seems the most logical. I'll post what I get for my $9. Oh- and I still have my Trader Joe's gift card to use. May stock up on toothpaste and coffee there.

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    Peter Pan peanut butter

    maybe more PB, spag. sauce and cleaning products if I hit Walgreens AND they are stocked (often they are not).

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    cat food!
    peter pan peanut butter
    and I need to get some cooking oil stocked up.

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    My store had boneless chicken breast for 1.49/lb. I bought 3 large packages, came home, divided it, cut off the fat and froze it. With the fat, I made 6 pts of broth. I had my coupons ready for Walgreens.. drove across town, and they didn't have their coupon items! Think twice before going there again!

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    200# of wheat berries

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    toilet paper and tampons

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    8 bottles of Windex @ $0.35 each
    20 cans Muir Glen organic diced tomatoes FREE
    20 cans of Campbell's Select and Progresso soups @ $0.50 each
    4 canisters Quaker oats @ $0.30 each
    8 boxes Quaker Oatmeal to go (free after rebate)
    8 boxes Quaker Instant oatmeal (free after rebate)
    4 boxes Quaker granola bars (free after rebate)
    6 Land o lakes spreadable butter $1 each
    4 jars Peter Pan peanut butter FREE
    8 boxes of Barilla Plus spaghetti @ $0.48 each

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    Went to Sav A Lot this week. Found 5 lb. bags of potatoes for $1.00. Got 15 lbs. Also had Mardi Gras papertowels 3 pk. $1.00. Got several.

    Bought holiday baskets at Big Lots for 90% off. 50 and 70 cents each. Got ribbon and color books 75% off. 25 cents each. Stock piling for next Christmas as well.

    Stocked up on frozen veggies at Kroger 10/$10. Found a deal on boneless skinless chicken breast for 1.59 lb. Bought several and re-packaged for later use.
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    8 cans of tomato soup - $.15 a can
    8 cans of spaghettios - $.10 a can
    3 20 count packs of electrosol dish detergent tablets

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    I will be shopping in the next day or 2 and I am hoping to stock up on........
    organic tomato sauce
    water packed tuna
    peanut butter
    rice
    pasta

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    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
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    Let's see...
    5 peanut butters - free
    6 boxes of croutons - $0.60 each
    10 cans of tuna - $0.50 each
    8 cans of green beans - $0.49 each
    8 cans of corn niblets - $0.49 each
    2 cans of diced potatoes - $0.49 each
    4 cans of whole potatoes - $0.49 each
    4 cans of sweet peas - $0.49 each
    4 boxes of granola bars - $0.60 each

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    Ingles had BOGO free Instant Grits. I got 4 boxes. They were also doing triple coupons this week and had the larger jar of Smuckers Grape Jelly for $1.00 and I had a .35 cent coupon, when tripled gave me the jelly for free. I got two jars. I got 6 boxes of Kleenex tissue because I had 2 .50 cent off coupons when you purchase three. The coupons were tripled.

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    I just restarted my stash. We ate my other one down before we moved and I took everything else to the church for the pantry there. Some of this could find it's way to meals this payday but most of it will stay in stash. I still have $100.00 for groceries. Spent the other $50.00 for groceries for this weekend, pop, 4 cloth bags, oil lamp ( and oil and extra wicks), and some survival stuff (sterno, water tablets)

    about $45.00
    4 cans Hormel Ham (6.00)
    4 cans Vienna sausage (2.00)
    2 cans tuna (2.08)
    2 cans salmon (3.00)
    2 cans chicken (3.00)
    2 cans speghetti and meatballs (4.00)
    10 cans fruit (2 each sliced pears, half pears, half peaches, fruit cocktail, mandarin oranges) ($8.80)
    2 cans candied yams (2.50)
    2 cans evap milk (1.50)
    3 cans diced potatoes (1.50)
    2-1 lb. rice (1.00)
    2-1lb dried northern beans (1.50)
    1-1lb. dried green peas (.62)
    4 boxes Pasta Roni (3.00/1.00 off)
    2 pk. blueberry muffins (just add water) (1.50)
    1 pk. onion gravy (just add water) (.92)
    1 pk. beef jerky (2.98)
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