This post has been a long time coming. I mean, this sale ended last week. But since I did take a picture after I went shopping, I thought I would go ahead and share my findings with you guys. Not to mention that I went shopping with my three youngest children and didn’t beat anyone. That in itself grants me some serious bragging rights.
The fusion juice was the thing I was most excited about. I have been holding onto coupons for a while waiting for a BOGO, and I was afraid I was going to lose out. But lo and behold, it was a BOGO last week. Normally prices at $3.99 each, I paid $5.97 for six bottles thanks to coupons from the paper for $1 off each bottle. That even trumped some printed ones that I snagged online!
Krusteaz products are not something I splurge on regularly. I did happen to have two coupons for $1 off of two items so I bought two boxes of pancake mix for $1.79 and two boxes of dessert bars for $1.69.
And with pancake mix, I also needed syrup. Log Cabin was a BOGO but since the sale occurred so long ago, I can’t remember exactly what I paid for it. I appreciate the fact that their syrup does not contain high fructose corn syrup, but I am also aware that this fact does not qualify it as a healthy food item. Give me some credit for trying.
Trix cereal (umm, made with WHOLE GRAINS)was also a BOGO for $4.29 and I had two coupons for 75 cents off each box. $2.79 might not exactly be a steal, but not a bad sale.
After being driven crazy by three children (one of whom attempted to ride on the back of some poor woman’s motorized shopping cart), I arrived home with my hair still attached to my scalp. And Jelly Bean kindly offered to act as the Guardian of Groceries while I took a few deep breaths.
And once everyone was in bed, I indulged in my two favorite vices. I think I deserved it.