But, as you know, with school just around the corner, deals are everywhere! Such as this:
Kraft Cheeses- Buy 5 Save $5 (You get $5 off next shopping trip)
Kroger Promo- Buy 10 Save $5 (Regularly $2.38 each; Buy 10-$1.88 each)
Right in front of the cheese aisle was the auto coupon dispenser for $1 off 2 pkgs. of Kraft items
So, I bought 10 bags. Here, cheese goes fast so it was already a great deal.
Let's calculate our savings shall we?
$1.88 x 10= $18.80 - $5 coupon= $13.80-$10 NST coupons= $3.80 / 10= .38 (cents) a bag!
PAY attention to the in-store deals. REDISTRIBUTE grocery budget to accommodate unexpected but great deals. Meaning, if you borrow extra money, take off that amount from your next grocery trip. ALIGN your menu to incorporate extra food items bought. YEARN no more for those dishes that can use what you bought. Use and indulge. You were able to afford it this time. STRETCH the deal further by mixing up your menu with items you already have on hand.
Another post up, another dollar saved. Gotta love that!