In case you didn't already know, I am a coupon clipper. I rarely buy things that are not on sale and/or I don't have a coupon for. I try to limit my blog posts about this (I know not everyone gets as excited about Triple Coupon Days as myself), but this one I had to share.
Last Friday, I got 15 items for a total of $3.53 at Target (a savings of $30.24 or 89.5%).
Items #1-5: Target had a special where you could get a $5 gift card with purchase of 5 packs of Keebler cookies (I had coupons for 4 of those).
Items #6-9: Kellogg's cereal was sale for $1.88 (I bought 4 and had coupons for all 4).
Items #10-11: Morningstar Farms veggie burgers were $3.34 each (I stacked a Target coupon and 2 manufacturer coupons).
Items #12-14: Kleenex - two boxes were on clearance for $1.08, one was $1.57 (I stacked a Target coupon and a manufacturer coupon).
Item #15: Cascade Rinse Aid - normally $3.14 (I had a coupon to get it free).
My bill would have been $33.77 before tax. I then had $15.24 in coupons, received a $5 Target gift card, and a $10 Kellogg's rebate for a total of $3.53 out of pocket. Woo-hoo!
Freebies 4 Mom is a blog I follow and she asked us to post what we did for our $10 Kellogg's rebate (you had to buy 10 Kellogg's items to qualify). If you just take my 10 Kellogg's items (includes Keebler and Morningstar Farms), I got those 10 items for a total of $0.42 out of pocket after my gift card and rebate.
I know some of are coupon clippers like me. Let me know if you've gotten a really great deal on something lately. Though others might tease us, I will celebrate with you!