Thursday, April 21, 2011

Copps Trip 4/20/11 $7.21...88% OFF!

Copps Trip 4/20/11 $7.21...88% OFF!
I took a quick trip to Copps and nearby Walgreens yesterday.  My grocery budget is getting tighter & tighter this month & I'm still planning to do a little shopping at Hy-Vee & ALDI (& maybe Target) yet this week, so I was really trying to hold back on spending much during this trip.  As it turns out, I was glad to get some great deals on the items I did choose to purchase.

For these and more deals available at Copps yet this week, see my earlier post: Copps Deals Week of 4/17/11 - 4/24/11!
To learn more about shopping and saving at Copps, see: Store Tips & Policies: Grocery Stores

Here's what I chose to buy at Copps:

Transaction #1:
1-Scotties facial tissue, $1.00
+ used one $0.50/1 coupon, doubled
= FREE!

4-Energizer Battery 4 packs (3 AAA & 1 AA), $2.50 each
+ used four $1/1 coupons, doubled
= $0.50 each (or < $0.13/battery)

~ used Rolling Gift Card Idea: purchased a $25 Copps gift card to be sure my coupons would double & also used a $25 Copps gift card from a prior trip to zero this cost out.

Total Spent: $2.36 (including tax)
Total Saved: $15.65 (87% OFF!)

Transaction #2:
10-Ronzoni pasta boxes, $1.00 each
+ used five $1/2 coupons, doubled
= FREE!

2-Tampax, 18 & 20 ct., $3.95 each
+ used two $2/1 coupons
= $1.95 each

1-Green Beans,, 0.75 lb., @ $0.69/lb.
= $0.52

3-Kemps select 1% milk, gallon, $3.39
+ used three FREE milk coupons from a prior trip
= FREE!

Total Spent: $4.85 (including tax)
Total Saved: $35.27 (88% OFF!)

Grand Totals this Trip:
Total Spent: $7.21 to subtract from my $200/mo. grocery budget
Total Saved: $50.92 (88% OFF!)

2 comments:

  1. Deb at ddawbb@yahoo.comApril 21, 2011 at 11:46 PM

    Do you know if Copps will put a limit on their Ronzoni pasta boxes on Saturday for the double double day?

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  2. Hi Deb! I don't think there's any limit but I think it's important to leave plenty for other shoppers/couponers. If the shelf is already bare when you arrive, be sure to ask an employee whether they have more "in the back". Often times, they do! :-)

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