Super Savings Saturday – Kroger, Giant Eagle & Target

by Marcy on October 11, 2008 · 0 comments

I decided to shop at Kroger, Giant Eagle and Target this week due to the current sales, the coupons I had on hand, and my grocery list. I typically don’t shop at this many stores in one week!

Here are a few great deals I snagged at Kroger:

* Kroger Half Gallon of Milk (3) – $1/ea

* Energizer Batteries (1 – 4 pk AAA) – $0.50/ea

* Halloween Candy (bags of Reese’s, Kit Kat, Baby Ruth, Butterfinger, Nestle Crunch) – averaged out to $1.44/bag

* Pillsbury Brownies (6 boxes) – $0.50/ea (note: these were actually on sale for $1/ea last week, but every store I went to was out. I asked for a rain check, and even though my coupons expired on 9/30, they wrote a note on the rain check to accept them. I had no issues when I bought them this week. Awesome!)

For more details about how I matched coupons up with sales, you can view my Kroger post here.

Here are a few great deals I found at Giant Eagle:

* Dole Diced Apples (4 pk) – $1/ea after using $1/1 Giant Eagle coupon that printed at the register

* Dole Diced Peaches & Mandarin Oranges (4 pks) – $1.25/ea

* Cascadian Farms Organic Frozen Fries & Green Beans (4 bags) – $1.25/ea

* Cascadian Farms Granola Bars (1 box) – $2.33/ea

* Steamfresh Frozen Veggies (3 bags) – $0.67/ea

* Swanson Broth (4 cans) – $0.40/ea

* Swanson Stock (1 box) – $1.50/ea

* Campbells Cream of Chicken Soup (3) – $0.48/ea

I also earned $4 toward my next purchase by purchasing the Cascadian Farm, Swanson and Campbell’s products.

For more details about how I matched sales up with coupons (this sale doesn’t end until Wednesday!) check out my Giant Eagle post here.

My Best Deals at Target:

* GE Reveal Light Bulbs (4-4 pks) – $1/ea

* Seventh Generation Dish Soap (2) – $1.50/ea

For more details about how I matched sales up with coupons, view my Target post here.

My total spent on groceries/household items between Kroger, Giant Eagle and Target this week was $101. I saved $25.80 this week by using coupons.


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