Saturday, April 25, 2015

End of the Week Food Shopping With Video

I ended up going up to Weis(PMITA)Markets yesterday, Friday.


What I got.


53% savings rate!

I made a little video about my shopping trip.
It's located HERE.
If you are super bored go ahead and click on this link.

My camera battery was running low so I was trying to hurry but remember to talk about everything I bought, so of course I forgot to mention the Johnsonville Brats deal. lol

Those are $4.29 reg. retail, were on sale for $3.50 and they each had a $2 instant discount sticker on them, so $1.50 OOP each.
Not bad and this is something you can tuck into the freezer for Summertime grilling later.
If we still ate crappy hot dogs they have a killer deal on a 3lb. pack of Hatfield dogs....reg. $7.98, on sale for $4.98 and 1 of the packages had a $3 instant discount sticker so would have been $1.98!  I left that bargain behind for somebody else.

I forgot to use a $7 Weis gift card I got for the PowerAde products Catalina deal last month that didn't work correctly.  So when you add this to my .14¢ left in my April food money I have $7.14.

Ok, I am off today to get some things done(I hope!)so watch this video and let me know what is on your agenda for today.





Sluggy

6 comments:

  1. Awesome deals; I agree that even if you are sick of or already have a ton f a paricular meat, if you find a deal-GRAB IT! Meat costs take a big bite out of the grocery budget. We are currently eating down our supplies (possible move, to pinch back as I have high OOP PT costs due to an accident). That said, if I find a deal on meat, I'll still take advantage of it.

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  2. Great deal on those Johnsonville brats. My favorite are their maple syrup sausages. We never see coupons on those in Canada, the cheapest I ever see them are $3.50 per package.

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  3. No way would I have passed up those meat deals. If we got that big pack of beef, Hubby would be requesting chicken fried steaks. Mmmm...

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  4. No matter how much meat or anything I have, I buy more if I can afford it--maybe only one package. Sooner or later, it will be eaten! I find when I am running low that all of sudden there appear more deals than I can afford.

    I have seen the Johnsonville brats but have never gotten them. I think I will next time I see a coupon or sale, hopefully, both.

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  5. What is more important to you? saving time or saving money?

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  6. You are killing it as per normal!!!

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