The Hebrew National dogs were a great deal. They are on sale this week at King Soopers for $2.49. I loaded a coupon onto my loyalty card that was for $2 off so that made them .49!! That's REALLY good for Hebrew National.
The B.C. cookie mix is on sale this week and I had a paper coupon as well as a loaded coupon. It actually shouldn't be in this post because I got it for .59, but I figured that was close enough.
The Sweet Moments were FREE!! Not something I'd normally buy but I loaded a $1 off coupon plus had a $1.50 off paper coupon and they were on sale for $2.50 so free brownies for me!
The Danimals were in the markdown area for .99 and I had a $1 off coupon, so I guess you could say they paid me .01 for them. :)
I never paid much attention to the sites were I could load coupons onto my card. I knew they wouldn't double so they didn't seem like a great deal...plus I'd have to keep track of what was on the card and that seemed like a hassle for some reason. HowEVER, what I didn't find out until recently is that you can use both the loaded coupon and a regular manufacterer coupon on the same item! So hop on over to Cellfire and register your card. You can load coupons onto your Safeway or King Soopers card. I also loaded coupons straight off the King Soopers website so make sure and do that too so you can double up your savings on some items.
Another really good deal this week, that didn't give me items under 50 cents but still really good, is the sale on Kraft Cheese. Go to http://www.kraftcheese.com/ and print out a coupon for $5 off of 5 Kraft cheese items (you can print out 2 by hitting your back button). It's good for slices, shredded, cream cheese, string cheese and more. This week, King Soopers has Kraft sliced and shredded cheese for $1.99! Stock up! At .99 you can't go wrong!
All in all it was a good trip. I spent $51 and saved $48 so that's not too shabby. In other good news, Emmett is off of formula and Nora is (currently...knock on wood) 100% out of diapers!! Woohoo! That cuts my diaper purchasing by about a third (not really half because he uses more diapers than she was) and saves me about $60 a month from the formula. Yay!