Ever heard of Harris Teeter? It's a grocery store chain that's relatively new to my area. I always thought of it as a rather high-end store so had never gone in there. This week as I was researching CVS and Walgreen's deals I happened upon a website where I learned that Harris Teeter would be running a special promotion where they would be tripling coupons (up to $0.75). So I thought I'd try my hand at that. In two separate trips I purchased the following:
4 Packs Reynolds Baking Cups
4 French’s Classic Yellow Mustard
16 cans Campbell’s Tomato soup
8 cans Campbell’s Chicken Noodle Soup
9 Keebler Ready Crusts
5 lbs Johnsonville Breakfast Links
7 loaves Arnold Whole Grains Bread
9 packages Pillsbury Grands! Frozen Biscuits
1 Mahatma Jasmine Rice 2 lbs
6 packs Carl Buddig Cold Cuts
4 Viva Big Rolls
Cash out of pocket $48.30
Value of groceries: $221.90!!!!
I think I may have found a new money saving method to pursue...
Monday, March 24, 2008
As parents of ten children, we are always looking for ways to save money. Getting free groceries certainly qualifies! Now I’m not talking about anything illegal here. I’m talking about receiving coupons from the manufacturer redeemable for free packages of food worth $1000! It’s as easy as writing letters! I've written a brief explanation of how it can be done on eHow. Please rate it and leave me a comment if you read it.
As parents of ten children, we’ve spent a fortune on baby diapers! Finding every possible way to save money on diapers (as well as everything else!) has been a constant mission of ours. We’ve recently discovered a new program that gives you money back for every pack of diapers you buy no matter where you’ve purchased it! It's sponsored by The Caregivers Marketplace. The great thing about this program is that you can buy the diapers anywhere! So you can get them free at CVS or Walgreens and then get cash back for them, too! Here's the scoop!
Saturday, March 22, 2008
Wow, do diapers ever wreak havoc on a bank account! In a previous post I explained how to get free groceries at CVS. Well, you can get free diapers there, too! This is the best way to save money on diapers I've come across in twenty years!
Thursday, March 20, 2008
If you’re like me, your house is bursting at the seams but your wallet is empty. Wouldn’t it be nice to get paid to declutter? Why not use all those unneeded items to earn cash in your pocket through a yard sale? It’s easy to earn money from home in this way. Approach it as a business and you’ll make more money. I've written a series of articles covering everything I know about having a successful yard sale. Have a look at it and let me know what you think!
Everybody wants free money -- especially us! With ten children to feed and only one income with which to do it, finding free groceries is a definite God-send! Read how we manage to get free groceries – legally - at Walgreen’s drugstore.
Monday, March 17, 2008
It may be hard to believe but we actually save a lot of money at CVS on groceries as well as on more typical drug store inventory. As a matter of fact, most of our purchases there are FREE! I only started doing this recently and have been amazed at the savings one can realize! Check out how I do it on eHow.
Saturday, March 15, 2008
Our grocery bill was killing us. With only one income and ten children including 4 ravenous teenage boys our grocery bill was out of sight. I just had to have a lower grocery bill. How could I get cheap groceries all the time? Comparison shopping at grocery stores helped. But I wanted wholesale groceries. One answer was to start a food buying club which cut our grocery bill in half! The deep discounts are unbelievable. Rice $0.31/lb! Baking Powder $0.13/oz! Non-fat Dry Milk Powder $1.77/gallon after mixing! Popcorn $0.43/lb! If you want to save money on groceries by the boatload this could be your answer, too!
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Wow, as parents of ten children we have surely discovered that children don't come cheap! Right from the beginning they drain the budget with baby formula, baby food, diapers, etc. We have learned how to save money on every aspect. Now you can find more ways to save money on baby formula, too!
Tuesday, March 11, 2008
I’m a sucker for cool baby clothes! With their cost so high, if I ’m not careful I could blow an awful lot of money on them even though they are only worn a few months or even weeks. Since I’ve had ten babies in the last 22 years, I’ve discovered a lot of ways to save money on infant clothes. Want to know how?
Monday, March 10, 2008
With ten children, we have had boatloads of stained baby clothes over the years. I had to just throw them out until I discovered the following method for getting the stains out of our laundry. It’s perfect for formula and baby food stains as well as classic yellow and brown stains of a more ominous nature. Read about it here.