Sunday, March 27, 2011

Other places to buy groceries

I have posted before about stocking up on items you use regularly when you find them on sale to save money. Also, if you happen to find better prices at stores other than grocery stores. Today I was at CVS and they had items such as Campbells cream of chicken and cream of chicken soup and stewed tomatoes for $0.77. So that is half off their regular price on the soup. Stovetop is $0.77 a box this week, the regular price at the grocery store is over $2.00.

This week at CVS they have 12 packs of Pepsi products for 3/$10 if you have a CVS card and you get $2 in Extra Care Bucks for a future purchase, so they are 3/$8.

Also, if you check out bread outlet stores. I usually stop at the Country Hearth one on S. University Drive. On Wednesday and Saturdays they have some loaves, buns, etc 3/$2. Other days most loaves and other items are $1 and up. They are close to sell by date, but if I buy a few loaves, I freeze them until needed. This way, I just need to go to my freezer when I need bread instead of running to the store and having to pay regular price.

One deal at Sunmart this week is on Kelloggs cereal. There is a coupon in the flier that if you buy 4 boxes of cereal for $12, you get another 3 boxes free, plus a coupon for free milk on your next shopping trip. So you end up getting 7 boxes of cereal and milk for the price of 4.

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