Great Job Rachael!!!!
I love when our local Harris Teeter store has tripple coupons. I have had multiple occasions where they had given me money back. Yes, I promise that is a true statement. I always scan the sales papers for really good sales. Then if they happen to be out of something, I get a raincheck, even if I don't have a coupon for it at the time. I am getting pretty good at knowing what items eventually have coupons. I will hold on to the rainchecks until I do see the coupons and can order them. Most of the time, I get items practically free. It takes some time to research the sales flyers of all my local grocery stores, but it is well worth it, my grocery bill on average is probably less than $100 a month. On tripple coupon weeks, it is much, much less than that. To the young lady who stated that she gets dirty looks from people in the checkout, please, please, pay them no attention. Trust me, it happens to me almost every shopping trip. But in today's tough times, if those people don't have to use coupons, they need to consider themselves very lucky, and one day, they to may have to shop with coupons. I'll bet they change their ways then. Also, I have recently joined the BJ's warehouse club, in North Carolina. They send out coupon books every month to their members. I also just found out something else they do. Being a warehouse club, you see everything in bulk. So they may have a 4 pk box of cereal, say "Cheerios". If they are individual boxed, if you have a coupon for say .50 cent off one, you can use 4 of them. And if they have a coupon in their coupons, you can use that one to, on top of yours. Anyone that has a BJ's near by, it would be well worth joining.