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I have two kids - a girl and a boy - and live in north-central Minnesota, land of snow and ice. Well, for 9 months of the year, that is. I work full-time for a local government, and on my "free time" I enjoy cooking, baking, hanging out with my kiddos, and RELAXING.

Thursday, November 19, 2009

deals this week

I got some good deals this week.

I don't have any links to the coupons I used. Mostly because I'm too lazy, but also because some of them aren't there anymore. However, I did find all of these coupons through the sites I have listed under "Blogs I Follow" so if you keep checking on those you'll get the same coupons I do.

What I got at Target:
Campbell's cooking soup $0.49, buy 12
(2) $1.00 off 4
(2) $1.00 off 2
Final price $0.16 each

Reddi-Whip on sale $1.89
$0.50 coupon
Final price $1.39

Pillsbury 2-pack Refrigerated Pie Crust on sale $2.00
$0.50 coupon off two
Final price $0.88 per crust

Guesstures on sale $20
$5 Target coupon
$5 manufacturer's coupon
Final price $10 (for a $26 game!)

I Can't Believe It's Not Butter on sale $1.87
$0.75 Target coupon
$0.75 manufacturer
Final price $0.37

Betty Crocker Potatoes sale $0.79
$0.40 off one
Final price $0.39

Heinz 12oz HomeStyle Gravy jars $0.79, buy 6(2)
$1.00 off three
Final price $0.46 each

AND, when you buy a combination of 5 Stove Top Stuffings (which are also on sale for $0.79) OR Heinz HomeStyle Gravy, you can save $2.00 on a butterball turkey, which just also happens to be on sale for $0.88 per pound.

AND, it gets better.

If you buy a turkey between 10 and 24 pounds and the Rival 18 qt roaster oven on sale for $27 (regularly $40) you get a $15 Target gift card.

So, buy 5 the gravy or stuffing (it can be a mixture) for $3.95
Minus 2 $1.00 coupons
Plus a 10lb turkey for $8.80
Minus $2.00 coupon
Plus a roaster for $27
Minus $15 Target gift card
Total: $20.75 for 5 gravy or stuffings, a 10lb turkey, and a roaster

I got some other good deals, too. The bottom of my Target receipt says "YOU SAVED $83.44"

No joke. I assume they mean with sale prices and coupons, but still.

Eighty-three dollars. That's almost as much as I spent.

So, print your coupons, go forth, and conquer!

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