August 22, 2009

The third trip to The Doubles... not my least expensive by far, but, considering what I bought, not bad.

  • 1 Milk Bone treats - FREE (used the coupon I got last trip)
  • 1 Cocoa Krispies - .25 after a $1 coupon
  • 1 Venom energy drink - used free item coupon
  • 3 Duracell batteries - $3 each after $1.50 coupons
  • 1 Clean & Clear face wash - .49 after $2 coupon
  • 2 Glade candle tins - FREE after $2 coupons
  • 1 glass Glade scented oil candle holder - FREE after $2 coupon
  • 1 Axe Shampoo - used free item coupon
  • 1 Axe Shampoo - .99 after $2 coupon
  • 1 Axe Body Wash - $1.29 after $1.50 coupon

I would NOT have normally paid that much for the Axe, but because I spent $2.28 on 3 Axe products, I got a free movie ticket! That made it worth it...and I guesssss when you figure it's only .76 each it's not a bad deal on the Axe either.

I honestly have NO idea what a good price on batteries is... but my mom said $3 a pack was good and we needed some, so... buy I did. I ended up spending $12.xx... not happy with that, but hey, we needed the batteries and the movie ticket was a good deal. I also used a $3 off Kmart beeped (which is odd, but maybe not enough cleaning products, maybe that's what they're considering consumable??), but the cashier pushed it through, so that is nice or my total would have been $15.xx and I probably would have died. LOL. No, not really but that's unheard of for me and The Doubles since I learned how to coupon. :o)

Husband to the 10-coupon-limit rescue again!

  • 4 Nature's Source cleaners - FREE after $1 coupons
  • 1 Cocoa Krispies - .25 after $1 coupon
  • 4 Dove deos - FREE after $2 coupons
  • 1 Revlon nail clippers - .79 after $1 coupon (thought I got the ones that would be free...but oh well)
  • 1 Duracell batteries - $3

Not pictured, M&M minis for the kids (.89/each). Daddy thought they needed a treat :o)

Tried the $3 coupon again, and it beeped, and he had used a different cashier than I did, and she did not push it through (she did let him use 11 coupons though). Oh well, you win some you lose big deal. Paid $6.xx... could have been worse... we could have not used coupons. Ohhhh, the horror that would be. ;o)