- 4 Gold Medal Bread Flours $3.89 each
- Gold Medal All Purpose Flour $2.79
- 3 Betty Crocker Potatoes $2.19 each
- 5 Betty Crocker blueberry muffin mixes $1 each (must buy 5)
- 4 Cascade Action Pack Dishwasher Detergents $4.99 each, used four $1 coupons (7/3 P&G) = $3.99 each
- 4 Nature Valley Granola Thins $3.99 each, used four $0.75 coupons (6/26 SS) = $2.49 each *These look really good!
- 6 Twizzlers $1.77 each, used two $1 off 3 coupons (6/26 SS) = $1.43 each
- $50 ShopRite Gift Card
- Total was $115.86
I'll also send away for a $25 Amstel NBPR rebate WYB $100 of groceries (purchases have to be made on the same day). I'm taking a bit of a gamble on this rebate because I only purchased $77 worth of food (before coupons). I picked up the gift card to bring my post-coupon total to $100+. I've never done this before but I've read about people doing this when the post-coupon total is lower than the rebate amount needed. This is a bit different but I'm betting the rebate processors won't be going through and adding up the price of each item. I bet they'll just look at the overall amount spent. I'm debating whether or not I should black out the line on the receipt that lists the gift card or if I should just send the receipt in as-is. I've never blacked out items on receipts before but I hear of folks doing it all the time. Any suggestions?
Assuming all goes well and I get back the $25, my total for this transaction will be $15.86. Considering the flour alone was $3.89 a bag, that's not bad at all!