My Weekly Shopping Totals: See how I feed my family of six (including 3 teens) for around $125/week. See our $125 Budget Weekly Menu here.
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PUBLIX-–Spent $36.92. (not pictured: (2) 24 oz. jars Classico Pasta Sauce)
Money Saving Tip: Plan your weekly menu around super sale items. I love it when the Eat Smart Veggies go on sale at my local Publix! We use them in Easy Chicken Stir-Fry, Broccoli Salad with Cranberries and Pecans, Veggie Breakfast Scramble, and with ranch dressing with our lunches.
WALMART Part 2
WALMART Part 3–Total Spent $130.51. (including produce at the top of the page)
Money Saving Tip: Use Walmart’s Ad Match Guarantee. I did not have much time to shop this week (see my crazy schedule here), so I could not take advantage of the loss leaders like I normally would.
I did save a little money by using the Ad Match Guarantee to get peaches for $.99/lb, milk for $2.49/gallon, pork chops for $1.79/lb and bananas for $.29/lb.
Weekly Total: $167.43
June Monthly Total: $167.43
($125/week budget for six people–I am over for the week but I am thankful that it wasn’t more of an overage after the week I had!)
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Julie C says
I love this time of year, so much cheap produce 🙂 I came in under my budget this week, and was even able to stock up on boneless skinless chicken thighs for $1.99/lb and a USDA Choice Chuck Roast for… $2.78 a pound! By far one of my best finds lately, I might go back and get another one, I like to grind them up into burgers, and at $2.78/lb, it’s cheaper than buying ground beef.
That’s a great idea Julie! Thanks for taking the time to share. 🙂