Another Grocery Post…

Guys…. I have done it again! I think I beat my savings for last time! Okay, granted I did have a $20 off purchases of $20 or more coupon but it still counts, right? Initially I wanted to go to Wal-Mart. I had more coupons for Wal-Mart but knowing my Food Lion coupon expired in a few days, I decided I needed to use it before I forgot.

So I made my list, cross referencing my rebate websites, Food Lion’s MVP coupons and for something different – I searched out specific coupons. It took maybe 10 minutes only because my shopping list was short. I was just getting a few extra items for the week.

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Granted – it isn’t exactly the healthiest grocery store adventure, but I bought the Pillsbury mini pies as a special treat and the Nestle Toll House Cookie Mix for the holidays.

Total Before Coupons: $43.34
Manufacturer Coupons Used: $3.18
Total After MVP Specials: $21.86
Ibotta Rebates: $6.50 (+ $1 for Completing November’s Bonus)
Checkout 51 Rebates: $4.30
Savings Star: $0*

Total for Groceries: $11.06

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*Even though I didn’t earn any cash back from SavingStar, it went towards a cumulative goal.

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