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My Shaw’s mini shopping trip – I got everything for FREE!

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I had a good FREEBIE night at both Shaw’s and Walmart tonight! Below is the breakdown for my Shaw’s trip. You can see my Walmart trip here.

I’m not sure what is available for coupons, but I’m giving you the links if you want to check. And you can see what reduced dairy looked like tonight here.

Bought (2) quarts Hood Half & Half in reduced dairy, 50¢ each
Used (1) $1/2 Hood cream products (should still be available)
Final price: FREE

Bought (2) Tropicana Trop50 juices in reduced dairy, $1.00 each
Used (2) $1/1 Tropicana Trop50
Final price: FREE

Bought (3) Muir Glen tomatoes, on sale for $1.50 each
Used (2) .85/1 Muir Glen – coupons doubled
Used (1) .75/1 Muir Glen –  coupons doubled
Final price: FREE plus 40¢ overage

I needed to spend 40¢ to cover the overage and was tickled to find a can of chick peas in reduced grocery for 45¢. That was supposed to make my OOP total 5¢, but read below…

Bought (1) can Goya chick peas in reduced grocery, 45¢
No coupon, used 40¢ overage from Muir Glen
Final price: 5¢, or so I thought

The coupons did something funny with the tax (as they do sometimes) and it subtracted 13¢ from my total.  Instead of me paying 5¢, the cashier paid me 8¢! I can’t even spend money when I try!

And since the juice is reduced and they slap a sticker over the bar code, you don’t even pay the deposit because the scanner does not recognize what you are buying. Ain’t life grand?


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