These is similar to the trip I made the other day – a good friend of mine gave me some of her extra Kraft coupons from the What’s Cooking Magazine from the Kraft Samplicious Box. Since they expire tomorrow I thought I better hurry and use them. I combined them again with the save $5 WUB 5 from Save on Foods (I bought 10 Kraft Products and used two of these).
I didn’t have coupons for everything *gasp* but I thought they were decent prices anyway. We are very well stocked for Christmas now, guess I better hurry and start inviting people over to eat it all!
All the coupons I used came in the Kraft box – other then the Save $5 when you buy 5 – Save on Foods had those in store.
Tax: $1.02 Total: $9.14
Saved: $41.55 ($27.25 in coupons + $14.30 in Save on More Card Price) 82% Savings
I thought I was out of Scrubbing Bubble stacks but I found one when cleaning up my coupons AND Save on Foods had more in stock! Woot!
I felt kind of bad, I did hold up the line and they only had one cashier open. I thought going at almost 9pm would be a safe bet but I guess not. They did end up opening another till but I could tell people were getting frustrated and I felt bad. :(
Getting food feels really good, I love getting cheap hair and body products but they is just something extra awesome about food – even if it is just a ton of crackers lol.
I am pretty sure today was my best shopping trip yet. It wasn’t the biggest savings wise but I feel like I got some pretty good prices and on some food items. So far I have only been getting toiletries and cleaning supplies so it was nice to get something we can eat! It was a bunch of processed foods, like cookies and crackers but these are going to come in handy over the holidays. I am really excited about today’s trip – seems like a weird thing to be excited about?
Most of the coupons were inside the What’s Cooking Magazine found inside my Kraft Samplicious Box – so unless my post says otherwise, that is where I get the coupon from. I did my shopping at Save on Foods, everything I bought was card price PLUS I got to use an in store coupon, save $5 when you buy 5 Kraft products. The store I went to didn’t actually have any of the new coupons but they let me use an old one that they found. Awesome customer service!
Paid $14.97 OOP after tax - Saved $32.42
Save On Foods
Chips Ahoy Middles $3.39 – $0.75 coupon + $5 WUB5 = $1.65
Triscuit ThinCrisps $2.50 – $0.50 + $5 WUB5 = $1.00
Wheat Thins Stix $2.50 – $1.00 + $5 WUB5 = $0.50
Ritz Bits Sandwiches $2.00 – $0.50 + $5 WUB5 = $0.50
Kraft Parmesan Cheese $4.99 – $1.00 + $5 WUB5 = $2.99
Cheez Whiz Jalapeno Tex Mex $5.49 – $1.00 + $1.00 from Save.ca (no longer available) = $3.49 Kashi Granola Bars $4.39 – free box of Kashi bars coupon from the free bar offer (no longer available) = FREE
2 x Old Spice Deodorant $2.00 – $3 WUB2 from BrandSaver = $0.50 each
Tax: $1.13 Total: $12.25
Saved: $28.42 ($18.14 in coupons + 10.28 in Save on More Card Price) 70% Savings
Came on Friday! It is really awesome, I knew it would be but seeing it in person made it seem even better. Kinda of wish I had of ordered two, but now I know for next time. I hope there is going to be a next time. You really got a lot for $9.99 plus tax.
In the box:
Chips Ahoy! Middles – Chocolate Chip
Chips Ahoy! Middles – Double Chocolate
Triscuit Thin Crisps – Cheddar & Fine Herb
Triscuit Thin Crisps – Applewood Smoked Barbecue
Kraft Dinner Smart Mac & Cheese – Fibre
Wheat Thins Stix – Pizza
Trident Splash – Grape with Orange
Trident Layers – Peppermint + Spearmint
Trident Layers – Cool Mint + Melon Fresco
Trident White – Wintergreen
aMOOza! Twists cheese (coupon) – Mozzarella-Cheddar
Philadelphia Dill Cream Cheese (coupon) – Dill
Pure Kraft Salad Dressings (coupon) – Ranch or Caesar
What’s Cooking Magazine
When I ordered it I wasn’t expecting the magazine to be anything great and wonderful but it actually had some coupons inside. They are only good until the 25th but I manged to use a couple today on top of another in store coupon and got some pretty good prices. Post coming after this.
This seems like a lot of fun to me, you pay $9.99 + tax for shipping (my total was $11.14) and Kraft sends you a box of 15 new products to try (plus a magazine). Works out to $0.74 a product – not including the What’s Cooking Magazine.
The box will contain 12 products and 3 coupons to get the refrigerated products from your local stores.