Never Pay Full Price Again

As the weekly deals are posted at blogs on-line (I’ll post links to all of the blogs that I follow below) I cut and paste in Microsoft Word the deals that work for me. I begin by choosing the items that are free or under a dollar at each store. I separate my list by stores. Next, I print coupons if the links are included or from the coupon bar on my blog. Then I begin matching what’s on sale with coupons from my coupon stash. There are times when a coupon is listed by another blogger and it turns out I don’t have it. Then there are times when I have a better coupon than the one listed. I calculate my final cost and write it beside/below each item.

Examples Below


(2) Coffee-mate Liquid Creamer 16oz $2.49 B1G1 (In-ad Coupon)
$1/1 or -$1.50/2 Coffee-mate printable
Makes it
2/$1.00 after both coupons or $0.50 per bottle


(2) Cottonelle $0.99 x 2= $1.98
-$0.50 off cellfire
-(2) -$0.50 off MQ doubled to $2.00 off)

$0.48 total for (2) 4pks.

(2) Reddi Whip 2/$4.00
-$1.00/1 cellfire ($1.00 off)
-$1.50/2 MQ

$0.50 total

(2) BC Frosting $1.50 x 2=$3.00
-$0.50 cellfire
-(2) $.50 off MQ on pkg. doubled ($2.00 off)

$0.50 total

(2) Johnson’s Soap $1.78 + 1.09=$2.87
– $3/2 Johnson first aid product MQ

$0.13 overage


Buy One Get One Deals:

(2) Lysol All Purpose Cleaner 40oz bottles $3.19
(2)-.50/1 Lysol All Purpose or Plus Bleach SS 11/02 or printable (makes it .59¢ ea or $1.19 for both)

(1) Country Crock Regular or Churn Style 15oz tub or twin pack up to $1.89
-$1 off Country Crock Spread printable (Food Lion)
.35/1 Country Crock Spread or Omega Plus, RP 11/16
(use both makes it FREE plus .75¢ overage)

Next, I look through my weekly circular. When I see something that I think I might have a coupon for I put a mark like a star, the letter (C) for coupon or ??? if I’m not sure if I have a coupon. Sometimes while I’m marking or later I go through the circular looking only at the marked items and take out my coupons for each store. I place the coupons in each store envelope as demonstrated in this post.

Finally, I print my list from Micorsoft and add any additonal items that I need such as meat and produce.

When shopping at multiple stores use your coupons at stores that allow stacking, doubling and tripling of coupons. These stores include:

*Publix~Doubles manf. coupons $0.50 and below, so a $0.50 is worth $1.00 off
They also allow using 2 coupons per product (1 store & 1 Manf. Q)
They also take competitor Q

*Bi-Lo~Doubles manf. coupons $0.60 and below, so a $0.60 is worth $1.20 off
They also allow using 2 coupons per product (1 store & 1 Manf. Q)

*Kroger~Doubles manf. coupons $0.50 and below, so a $0.50 is worth $1.00 off
They also allow using 3 coupons per product (1 store,1 Manf. Q & 1 e-coupon)

E-Coupons~Sign up for e-coupons through:

P&G E-Savers

Visit BeCentsAble were you’ll find a comprehensive list of blogs that compile grocery deals for the entire United States.

In an effort to save the most money, I’m not brand loyal and I remain open to trying something new if it’s cheap or free.

I hope that this information will help with saving on your grocery bill. Take it slow, one $ saved at a time.


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