Welcome to another edition of Super Savings Saturday.
This was a slow week for deals. I skipped the drug stores completely, struck out at Target, and did okay with groceries. Nothing too exciting, but that’s how it goes sometimes…
I picked up some 3-Day sale items, found some marked down meat in the clearance section, and collected two stamps good for Rachael Ray Bakeware—only about a million more to go before I earn anything. 😉
1 pineapple, sale price $1.50.
2 cantaloupes, sale price $1.50. Total: $3.00!
2 Eggo waffles, sale price $0.99. Total: $1.98! (There was a limit of two, or I would’ve bought way more to stock the freezer for crazy-busy mornings.)
1 pack sirloin steak tips, sale price $5.88/lb plus $3.00 store coupon. Total: $8.96! (So tasty marinated in Italian dressings.)
1 whole Perdue chicken, sale price $0.99/lb plus $2.00 store coupon. Total: $3.94! (This chicken was monster sized! I pulled off the skin and put it into the slow cooker. It made enough for dinner, plus chicken salad sandwiches the following day.)
After reading about an insanely good bedding sale on numerous deal sites, I went in looking for Fieldcrest sheets. If you haven’t tried this brand, do so. The quality is excellent for the price. Evidently, I wasn’t the only one in search of new sheets. There wasn’t a single pack left in Queen size. (Mind you, I did check the store locator online, which claimed 5 were in stock. Nope!)
Very quick trip while everyone waited in the car and I ran in. (It was pouring rain, crabby moods all around and the store was a madhouse.) I forgot my list—ugh!—so I just grabbed almond milk, celery, peanut butter and bread. Total: $8.50. I’m planning a much bigger shop next week when I’m more organized and less frazzled.
Have you used any coupons lately?