Nov
30
2012

Fun Friday Shopping Totals 11/30

by Kimberlee Stokes Affiliate Link Disclosure B

Fun Friday Shopping Totals: See how I feed my family of six (including 3 teens) for around $125/week. This week I’m making super cheap and easy meals so that we can use the remaining grocery money for a family outing this weekend. See our menu for this week here

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PUBLIX--Spent $14.66

 

WALMART–Spent $28.80.

 

Weekly Total: $43.46 

November Monthly Total: $380.89  

($125/week budget for six people. I took last week off from posting but I did spend $49.24 buying a few things, so I have added that to the monthly total.)

 

Related Topics:

Why I Shop At Multiple Stores

What We Do About Snacks

Click here to see previous week’s shopping trips.


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How did you do this week? Leave a comment!

 

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Tanya November 30, 2012 at 11:26 pm

I stocked up on snacks with the great coupons on Kellogg’s Family Rewards! I was able to get four boxes of Pop Tarts at Walgreens for $1.17! Yay!

http://theeconomicalhomemaker.com/my-walgreens-trip-for-pop-tarts-1-17-for-4-boxes/

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Amie December 1, 2012 at 5:58 pm

Me too! I cashed in points and bought 20 Kellogg’s cereals and 17 Poptarts for $10.89 before tax. My oop was even lower because I bought 10 of the boxes of cereal at CVS and used ECBs from the Black Friday sales. It sounds like a lot, and is, but we’ll eat it long before the expiration dates. The great part was that almost all of the points were from promotional codes. I saved $55.50 just with the coupons alone.

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Jennifer Brown December 1, 2012 at 3:52 pm

I love how you are still able to stay under your old budget amount.

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