I also went to Walmart to get cough suppressant from husband. His summer cold is over but he still has coughing spells in the night, any one have any advice for him?
The Spam is not my favorite but my husband will enjoy it. On the rare occasions that he might need to fix his own meal, he will be happy frying up a Spam sandwich.
Then, I went to the brand new Aldi in our town. It is so nice and big and very close to our home. I really think it will make grocery shopping much easier and cheaper for us.
I am so happy about it- I think lottery winners might kind of feel like this!
I got all this for about $22- because it is grand opening, they are passing out $5 off $25 coupons for Aldi. I've already got 2 of those coupons in the mail, 1 in the newpaper, and 3 at the store. They don't expire for almost 2 weeks so I may be making several $25 or so visits to Aldi to stock up.
fruit squeeze pouches my grands love
saltine, milk, 3 orange juice, window cleaner, bleach, pork rinds, jarred fruit, flatbread wraps for sandwiches
ranch style beans
red grapes, jicama, pineapple, cantaloupe, 2 lemons and fancy artisan lettuce
$1/2 Internet printable on the Dial soap
Then at CVS, I had a $20 ECB. I looked ahead at the sales on slickdeals.net and did not see anything in future sales that we needed. In my email yesterday, they sent me a coupon for 25% off my total purchase of none sale items.
I prefer to roll ECBs into sales where more ECBs are offered but without any sales I like coming up, I decided to burn it on a giant box of Pampers, 2 eye shadows and 2 cough drops for husband. I used coupons on the Pampers and Cover Girl and spent about $5.
Yes, that was a lot of shopping this week. I don't expect I will be doing this kind of multi store shopping for awhile. But I had fun doing it and am happy with our little stockpiles.
Especially for the near future, I will be doing any needed shopping at the new Aldi.