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Super Savings Saturday

I just finished planning our shopping trip to Target, Dillons, and Aldi. Now we're off to navigate the stores and deals with three littles in tow for the first time. It should be an adventure!

I'll post an update when we get home… stay tuned!

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13 Comments

  • Redemption Unlimited Girls says:

    Crystal – my comp autofilled an old link for the first try on our “date night in” Mr. Linky link – the second link we submitted should be good, though. Sorry for any trouble.

  • beth says:

    I went to Harris Teeter (use a $10 of $40 Bloom coupon, ok per home office), Walmart and Food Lion. I just added it all up and I saved $220.20 and only spent $51.99. All I have to say is this has been my best trip yet!!! I love coupons and hunting out all the deals.

  • Kim says:

    I got ziplok bags at Shaw’s for only .30 cents. A few types are 2/$3.00 with rewards card and there was a blinky dispenser in front with $1.00 off of 1. There was also a peel sticker on each box for a savings of .15-.20 cents instant savings. I saved $1.20 on each one. I got 4 boxes for around $1.20 total tax.

  • lizajane says:

    Crystal – My link looks dumb since I didn’t know the “name” was supposed to be the title of what showed up. OOPS!! I just put in “lizajane”. If you can fix it to be anything else more descriptive, go for it. It not, thanks anyways. I LOVE reading your blog each day!!!

  • [email protected] Homemade says:

    I will never forget the first time I made a shopping trip with all 3. I couldn’t seem to figure out where to put them all in the carts. Good Luck!
    Thanks for hosting!
    ~Liz

  • Maygan says:

    Can’t wait to see how you do this week, I was so exhausted after having my last baby I didn’t do any of my own shopping for weeks!

  • Sarah L says:

    Sounds like fun! 🙂

  • carrie says:

    After reading about your shopping trip I really started wondering for the first time how I will shop with 3. Well, I think I’ll do it while the oldest is in kindergarten, for one thing!

  • Dawn says:

    I had a great week shopping at my local Pick n save stores and Walgreens.I am so thrilled when I finally see the total of all the coupons used.

  • Stephanie says:

    I love reading your blog! I’m just starting out and this is really helping me look at more things! I just wish all the prices would be the same everywhere sometimes! LOL Its seems to be more expensive here or not on sale!

  • Shelly says:

    Went CVS’ing, got $33.89 worth of products for only $3.89 and got back $23.97 in ECBs for next week.

  • Stacey says:

    I had a great week at Publix, and also got some good stuff at Target and Harris Teeter!!

    Also, Stephanie found Hefty One Zip Bags (6-8 ct.) priced at $1 every day at her CVS. If your CVS carries these, you can use the $1/1 coupon from the 5/17 RedPlum insert to get them free!

  • Hannah says:

    FOr the second week in a row I bought lots of groceries and spent $0 out of pocket! You can check out my blog below. Thanks Crystal for all your work in putting the deals together!

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