My trip to Dillon's was much smoother than Walgreens, as expected. I picked up Snack Pack Pudding 4-packs on sale for a dollar, utilizing most of the coupons I accumulated from this weekend's newspaper inserts. I used double-coupons to stock up on Kikkoman Soy Sauces and added to our refrigerator's supply of Yoplait Yogurt that's currently on sale.
Breakdown of Totals
12 Yogurts@$.50 each - 2 coupons ($.40/6- doubled to $.80)= $.37/ea *coupons in 1/2/11 inserts or here or here or get a better deal here with $.50/4 if you haven't printed it already
Total = $4.83 with tax (got back a coupon for $1.25 off my next purchase)- Get a better deal if you can get the last coupon to print still!
4 bottles Kikkoman $2.29/ea - $2.29 X 2 (had 2 coupons to buy one get one free) - $2 (had two $.50 off 1 coupons that doubled to $1/ea)= $.65/ea
12 puddings $1/ea - 4 coupons Buy2Get$.60 off 1 (doubled to $1/ea)= $.67/ea
-$1.25 coupon from 1st Transaction
Total= $10.85 with tax
Total of Purchases= $15.68- for food that will last a long time (pudding and soy sauce) & for some very light and healthy yogurt snacks