See Me Shop Sunday 10/24/10!

October 24, 2010 · 7 comments

by Jennie
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I had a little bit of extra time this weekend so I went to a few more stores than normal. I am quite pleased with the results! We will primarily be eating out of our stockpile this week.

Safeway:I stocked up on Mentos gum and picked up some Quaker Oatmeal, Simply Juice, Cottonelle and Raspberries. I spent a total of $7.90.

Sprouts: I picked up some yummy apples to make apple pie and some green beans. My total was $2.54.

King Soopers: King Soopers was my favorite store of the week. I did their frozen food promo and also picked up lots of FREE Dawn dish detergent and some other miscellaneous items. I only spent a total of $14.27!

Walgreens:I snagged three Blistex lip ointments and three Mucinex and just had to pay tax in the amount of $2.46.

Sunflower Market: I decided to stock up on chicken breasts at sunflower this week. I also picked up two bunches of asparagus. My total was $18.18.

This week's dinner menu includes: Tacos, Whole Chicken, Pizza, Meatloaf, and Baked Chicken Breast.

Total spent this week: $45.35

Total for October: $109.10

Total for 2010 (on groceries, toiletries, and cleaning supplies!): $962.55

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{ 7 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Jenna October 25, 2010 at 6:53 PM

Jennie, off topic, but how did your baked potato soup from last week turn out?


2 Jennie October 25, 2010 at 7:40 PM

It was Sooooooo yummy! :)


3 Jenna October 25, 2010 at 8:21 PM

oh good!! It’s always a HUGE hit at my house even when we have company…and I love it b/c it’s so EASY!!!


4 Emily October 24, 2010 at 4:54 PM

I stocked up on chicken breasts at Sunflower too this week! (And I’ll probably end up buying a little more next Wednesday as well.)

I was wondering why you rated the deal as a “B.” Whenever I see chicken for $1.70 or less per pound (boneless), I always stock up, since I never see it for cheaper than that. Is there another store or another type of deal in which you can get boneless chicken breasts for less than $1.69/lb?


5 Jennie October 25, 2010 at 11:04 AM


Good quesiton. Since we see chicken breast go on sale often for this price it is rated a B. My A rated price ($1.57/lb) is very close to this one, but still alittle bit rare. For chicken breast my personal stock-up target price is a B right now. :) I hope that makes sense.



6 Lorraine October 24, 2010 at 3:11 PM

Hi can you tell us what coupons you used so we can copy you? Thanks


7 Jennie October 25, 2010 at 11:04 AM


Please check out the individual store posts on the website for all the coupon match-ups. :)



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