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Photo Show & Tell – Planters Cashews, Kraft Macaroni & Cheese, Green Giant Veggies and MORE

by Addicted to Saving on January 4, 2013

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Happy New Year’s!  I hope all of you had a safe and happy Christmas & New Year’s!  My hubby and I spent a week in St Louis at my in-law’s house.  We had a great time hanging with family.  I carried on the second annual tradition of bringing a jig-saw puzzle.  My problem is that when it is time to order a puzzle, I don’t want to order an easy one.  So, I ordered a 2,000 piece puzzle of a city in Italy that I dream of visiting someday.  Even with the 6 adults that were working on the puzzle intermittently throughout the days, we didn’t complete much more than what you see below.  I guess next year, I will order either 1,500 piece puzzles or a larger puzzle that doesn’t consist of so many like colors (at least 50% of it was water and rocks).

Besides the highlight of hanging with family, I was also able to witness a treat that I haven’t seen in a while. SNOW.  Being in St Louis made me realize that I don’t miss cold temperatures or gray days AT ALL.  But I do sort of miss the first snow when you can watch the snowflakes lazily falling and slowly gathering on the ground to form a perfect carpet of white.  It snowed on the last two days we were there.  It was the perfect ending of the trip.  (I’m not going to lie – arriving home to temperatures of 70 degrees and perfectly sunny skies made me tell my hubby that I think I take for granted the winters we have here.  They are heavenly.)

But back to my Photo Show & Tell.  ;)  I didn’t purchase a lot this week.  You all know this already, but hubby and I joined a coop and every week we get a bucket full of fruits and veggies.  That combined with the meats we have frozen away, I didn’t need much and I didn’t find this week’s sales to be that amazing.  I was very excited about getting Crunchmaster Gluten Free Crackers for $0.60 each and I was also excited about getting Frosted Flakes for hubby at $0.82 a box after factoring in the $1.25 cash back from Ibotta .

How did you do this week? I would love to hear!

To see this week’s Publix Weekly Ad & Coupon Matchups, go HERE.

2 Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes on sale BOGO $3.89 for two
Minus one $1.25/1 Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes (Ibotta eCoupon)
Minus one $1/2 Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes, Krave, Fruit Loops, Corn Pops, Apple Jacks, Frosted Mini-Wheats Little Bites, or Honey Smacks Cereals printable
Total Due: $2.89 BUT I received $1.25 cash back from Ibotta making these two boxes $1.64 or $0.82 each
4 Ruffies Trash Bags on sale 2/$4.00
Minus two $1.50/2 Ruffies Trash Bags (zip 34655)
Total Due: $5.00 or $1.25 each
1 Publix Half & Half reg price $3.59
Total Due: $3.59
1 pkg Boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts on sale $1.99/lb
Total Due: $4.30
6 Green Giant Boxed Veggies on sale BOGO $1.69 for two
Minus two $0.60/3 Green Giant Frozen Boxed Vegetables, exp. 1/5/13 (SS 11/11/12 R)
Total Due: $3.87 or $0.65 each
1 Green Pepper, reg price $2.29/lb
Total Due: $1.51
2 Lemons on sale 3/$1.99
Total Due: $1.33 **I have no idea why they rung up as this? Maybe I had to buy 3 to get the $1.99 sales price?
8 Crunchmaster Crackers on sale BOGO $3.19 for two
Minus four $1/1 Crunchmaster Cracker Purchase printable
Minus four $1/1 Crunchmaster Cracker Purchase printable
Total Due: $4.76 or $0.60 per bag
4 Ragu Sauce on sale BOGO $2.27 for two
Minus two $1.50/2 Ragú® Pasta Sauce products Publix Best Meals Happen at Home
Total Due: $1.54 or $0.39 each
6 Kraft Macaroni & Cheese on sale BOGO $1.39 for two
Minus two $1/3 Kraft Macaroni and Cheese, exp. 1/9/13 (SS 12/09/12 R)
Total Due: $2.17 or $0.36 each
2 Planters Pistachios on sale BOGO $6.59 for two
Minus one $1.00/2 Planter Nuts Product Target Store Coupon (no longer available – check your binders/folders)
Total Due: $5.59 or $2.80 each
2 GE Reveal Light Bulbs on sale BOGO $5.49 for two
Minus one$2/1 GE Light Bulb Items Target Store Coupon
Total Due: $3.49 or $1.75 each

Minus one $5/$30 Winn Dixie Enjoy the City coupon

Total Spent: $35.85   Total Saved: $76.07    Percentage Saved: 68%

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Jean January 4, 2013 at 8:58 pm

Liza,
You’re lemon price is right. $1.99/3=0.663×2=$1.326 or $1.33

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Kelly January 4, 2013 at 10:01 pm

Thanks for all you do! My family also spent a week in St. Louis at Christmas, but we left the day it snowed, kids were very disappointed.

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Sherry January 5, 2013 at 8:45 am

Signed up for Ibotta from your site. Not sure I’m comfortable linking my Pay Pal account to this app? What’s your view on this Lisa? Thanks for sharing

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Addicted to Saving January 5, 2013 at 11:53 am

Hi Sherry! You will definitely need to do what you feel comfortable with. I purposefully did not post about Ibotta for a couple of months because I wanted to make sure they are legit. (They started their program in the fall and I just started promoting them last week.) From everything I can see, they are a legit company who follows through with their promises. In fact, just last night when I scanned my receipt for the Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes offer, it only took Ibotta an hour to approve my transaction and credit me the $1.25. Again, I would tell you to perhaps read the fine print and if you are comfortable going forward, to do so. If you don’t feel comfortable, I totally understand. Everyone has different levels of comfort :)

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Erin W January 5, 2013 at 10:19 am

That looks like Cinque Terre on your puzzle, specifically Manarola. Stayed there for a week as part of our honeymoon and I have a snapshot or two almost identical to your puzzle. :)

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Addicted to Saving January 5, 2013 at 11:49 am

Great job Erin! It is Cinque Terre! I’ve been to Italy but not to Cinque Terre! Hopefully someday I can go too!

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Cindy January 5, 2013 at 5:19 pm

Which Co op do you belong to?? I checked the web to see if there were any here in Clearwater, Florida where I live … was not able to find one but, would like to possibly join one.

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