My 1/5 Publix Trip – $73.32 for $10.67 or 85% Off

My kids absolutely love it when they get to take Lunchables to school for snack but it’s a rare treat for them because they add up quick when you have to send five at a time.  They’ll be excited when they find these in their lunch bags 🙂  I kept the shopping down to a minimum this week since I’m participating in the Clean Out Your Cupboards Challenge this month, but I just couldn’t pass up the Edwards pies and the Special K deal.  I needed bleach and I’ve never tried the canned pancake batter before so I had to grab some for a buck.  I had free coupons for the Totino’s from BlogHer, for the Breathe Right from Walgreens and for the Diet Cokes from MyCokeRewards.  I used a $10 RR and spent $10.67 for $73.32 worth of groceries, or 85% off.  Here are the deals:

Peter Pan Peanut Butter, Assorted Varieties, 13 or 16.3 oz jar, BOGO $2.67
-$1/2 Peter Pan peanut butter All You, January 2011 (I used this one)
-$1/2 Peter Pan Peanut Butter Jar, Any – 1/2/2011 SS
-$0.50/1 Peter Pan Peanut Butter Jar, Any – 1/2/2011 SS
-$1/2 Peter Pan Peanut Butter, Any – ConAgra Foods – Enjoy More Moments Together
-$1/1 Peter Pan Publix Coupon 12/12 SS Insert (and this one)
Final Price:  FREE+

Kellogg’s Special K Cereal, Assorted Varieties, 11.4-14 oz box, or Low Fat Granola, 19.5 oz box, BOGO $4.09
-$1/2 Kellogg’s Special K Cereals 1/2/2011 RP Insert (exp 2/13/2011)
$1/2 Kellogg’s Special K Cereals TARGET coupon Target.com (exp 2/28/2011) (I used this one)
$1/3 Kellogg’s Special K Items TARGET coupon Target.com (exp 2/28/2011)
B1G1 Kellogg’s Special K Cereal Rolling (and this one)
$0.70/1 Kellogg’s Pecan & Cinnamon Special K Cereal
$1/2 Kellogg’s Special K Cereals Rolling
Final Price:  $1.04 total or $0.52 each

Organic Batter Blaster, Original Pancake and Waffle Batter, 18 oz can, BOGO $3.99
-$1/1 Batter Blaster peelie
$1/1 Batter Blaster
Final Price:  $1.00

Oscar Mayer Basic Lunchables, Assorted Varieties, 3.3 to 4.5 oz pkg, 10/$10
$1/2 Oscar Mayer Lunchables TARGET coupon Target.com (exp 2/15/2011)
Final Price:  80¢ each since I just had 2 qs

Resolve Spray ‘n Wash Laundry Stain Remover, Original, Max or in-wash stain remover, 12-40 oz bottle or Stain Stick, 3 oz stick, 50% Off
$1.50/1 Resolve Product Rolling
$1.00/1 Resolve Product Rolling (I used this one)
-$1/1 Resolve In-Wash Stain Remover All You Jan 2011 (exp 2/28/2011)
-$1/1 Resolve In-Wash Stain Remover 12/5/2010 SS Insert (exp 1/16/2011)
-$0.50/1 Resolve Laundry Pre-Treat Product 12/5/2010 SS Insert (exp 1/16/2011)
-$2.50/2 Resolve Stain Remover AND Pre-Treat 12/5/2010 SS Insert (exp 1/16/2011)
$0.75/1 Resolve Laundry Stain Remover Rolling
Final Price:  $2.99/2 – $1 = $0.50

Florida Tangerines, Extra sweet and easy to peel, each 10/$1

Edwards Single Slice or Single Serve Pies, Assorted Varieties, 2 ct, 5.2 to 9.17 oz box, BOGO $2.75

Totino’s Crisp Crust Party Pizza, Assorted Varieties, 9.8 to 10.9 oz box, 4/$5
$1/5 Totino’s Crisp Crust Party Pizza Products (exp 2/2/2011)
$1/5 Totino’s Crisp Crust Party Pizza Products (exp 2/2/2011)

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Comments

  1. I was hungry on yesterday and saw those great tangerines and paid 3 for $1. I should have waited two days.

  2. At least you’re eating healthy Shebella! They’re so yummy though, you should get more 😉

  3. Denise, your kids will love you even more then they already do lol.. My kids have been asking for the same thing.. I may need to head over there and pick some up.. I forgot about the TQ for them!!

    You did wonderful on your trip! Thank you for the inspiration each week!

  4. They were thrilled this morning when they saw them 🙂 I have to save the 2nd round for Monday though so I don’t ruin the kids all in one week!

  5. I agree with you on the lunchables! I usually pack crackers, cheese and turkey into my sons lunchbox for a “homemade” version =)! It’s way too expensive otherwise!

    Thanks for linking up!

  6. Your method is certainly much better 🙂

  7. Hey hey, co-host… you did shopping this week? I skipped it… but things are getting a little low on certain items in the cupboard – might have to do a little shopping myself before the month is over…

    — Laura from Frugal Follies

  8. Hey Laura! I can’t skip shopping altogether since my readers are looking for those posts, but I’ve let them all know that I’m JUST shopping for the hot deals, as long as they’re not already in my stockpile, and I’m hoping to get through the month without buying any meat at all 🙂 So – just staples and hot deals, what a combo!

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