I'm sorry for the delay in posting my Publix shop, but I have been super busy this week. In fact, I barely made it to the store before the sale ended. I didn't have an incredible shop (such as going into the negatives), but I am choosing to be optimistic and see this shop as an example to others. It proves that you CAN save lots of money and still NOT have to be extreme.
8- Johnson & Johnson Bandaids $.79 ea- (4- $3.00/2 MQ)= FREE+++++
2- Muir Glen Tomato Sauce $.89 ea- (2- $1.00 MQ)= FREE+
12- Birds Eye Vegetables $.89 ea- (12- $.50 MQ doubled)= FREE+++
4- Reach Dental Floss $1.49 ea- (4- $1.00 PQ and 4- $1.00 MQ)= FREE++++
6- Arm & Hammer Toothpaste $1.50 ea- (3- $3.00/2 MQ)= FREE
8- Ronzoni Healthy Harvest Pasta $.89 ea- (4- $1.00/2 MQ)=
8- Progresso Bread Crumbs $.97 ea- (4- $1.00/2 MQ)=
4- Eight O'Clock Coffee $2.50 ea- (2- $2.00/2 MQ)=
4- Krusteaz Pancake Mix $1.09 ea- (4- $.50 MQ doubled)= $.09 ea
1- Marzetti's Veggie Dip $1.75 ea- (1- $1.00 MQ)= $.75
2- Old El Paso Seasoning $.53 ea- ($.60/2 MQ)=
1- Starkist Tuna 4 pack $3.15
2- Eggs $1.19 ea- (1- BOGO MQ)
1- Publix 2lb Carrots $2.49
1- Sugar $2.39
3- Dasani Water $3.99 ea
1- Vegetable Stir Fry- $1.00
1- Broccoli/Cauliflour Mix- $1.00
1- Milk $2.49
2- Half & Half $.79 ea
Total OOP: $24.05
Total Saved: $137.36
*Note: I bought more pasta than normal because this is considered my rockbottom price. It is also whole wheat and I am transitioning into this.
*Note: I also decided to stockpile on bread crumbs. I didn't have any in my pantry, so this is enough to last a LONG time!
*Note: We are limiting our bottled water intake, so I am hoping that by buying three cases, it will last us a while. I am only going to drink the bottled water when I am in the car, at the gym, or at tennis. I am desperately trying to train my body (my brain!) that the filtered water tastes the same.
*Note: My coffee stockpile was getting low, though not depleted. I like this coffee and feel it is a great deal for my family. I now have enough coffee to last about 9 months.
In my opinion, you have to buy what is best for your family. I bought what we needed now, replenished my stockpile, and started/ended a stockpile item. Since I didn't buy much fruit, I will go to Kroger and buy a fresh fruit tray on manager's special. Our Kroger marks the fruit trays down super cheap and it lasts us about a week.
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