The bulk of our groceries are now being purchased at the new local Aldi.
They don't accept coupons and I have not used many food coupons in the last few years anyway,
But I do still save coupons and save money with them by purchasing sale health and beauty items at CVS and also on a few things at Walmart.
CVS had their own store coupons for $3.50 on Huggies and there was a printable manufacturer coupon for $2.50 on Huggies. So, I got the Huggies, that were $9.49 minus $6 in coupons on each one. I thought I could get another discount on them with my just downloaded Ibotta app but when I do the refund, the Huggies offer was gone. Yes, couponing is complicated.
I saw the CVS dish soap for 2/$3 and the bottles are big, seems like a good value.
Walmart - used a newspaper B2G1F coupon on the Mr Clean erasers.
$3 newspaper coupons on the hair color that were $4.42
Thrift store shopping - and these pictures are not great
I just did some organizing and noticed we had just a handful of baby toys. I know we used to have a lot more but maybe the older grands were hard on them or took some home or they just got lost.
I was ver happy to buy a bedspread bag full of nice baby toys for just $3. One is a mirror to attach the headrest in front of a rear facing car seat. Another is a string of action toys that can be attached to a car seat or stroller.
No pictures but I also bought 5, all like new, tops for me.
3 are button up blouses (a red one, a light blue one and a dark denim one) with 3/4 sleeves, my favorite style, all from Dress Barn.
1 is an aqua v neck sweater from Dress Barn and the last one is a brown short sleeve pullover, Chaps brand.
I did not spend a lot of time shopping but the deals I got were things we need and use, the time spent was more than worth it.