I had a great couponing experience at Walmart this week. Since I’m about two months out from having my first baby, I’m starting to stock up on health products, frozen foods, and easy to prepare foods.
Dannon Oikos Triple Zero Yogurt, Original Price: $1.00 each
Final Price: $0.67 each
How I did it: I used a printable coupon for $1.00 off when you bought 3 of the individual yogurts.
Great Value 0% Milk, Original Price: $1.99
Final Price: $1.49
How I did it: Checkout 51 offered a rebate for $0.50 when you bought a gallon of milk. This could be for any brand of milk!
Boost 100 Calorie 4 pack, Original Price: $5.98
Final Price: $2.98
How I did it: I used a newspaper coupon for $3.00 off any Boost drink. Boost is probably not Trim Healthy Mama approved, but my doctor wants me to drink it and I’m complying. 😉
Birds Eye Steamfresh Flavor Full frozen vegetables, Original Price: $1.84
Final Price: $0.34
How I did it: I used a simple $1.50 off coupon from the newspaper, bringing the cost down to 34 cents! This was a fantastic and very easy deal.
Hall’s Cough Drops, Original Price: $1.54 each
Final Price: $0.54 each
How I did it: I used a newspaper coupon for $1.00 off 2 bags of Hall’s cough drops. Additionally, I submitted my receipt to Checkout 51 for an additional $1.00 rebate. This made the cough drops only 54 cents per pack!
Kotex Pads, Original Price: $2.86
Final Price: $0.86
How I did it: Again, this was a great deal that came only from a newspaper coupon. Less than a dollar for a package of pads
Dreamfields Pasta, Original Price: $1.78 each
Final Price: $1.28 each
How I did it: This was a newspaper coupon for a $1.00 off two boxes of Dreamfields Pasta.
That’s it for this week!