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Thursday, June 11, 2009
Free Organic Valley milk singles at Whole Foods...
...if you got the 1.00/1 coupon in the paper a couple weeks ago.
They are on sale for .99 this week which makes them free after coupon.
Also good deals at Whole Foods...
Nature's Path frozen waffles are 1.50 each after 1.00/1 in last quarter's Whole Deal.
Back to Nature mac and cheese is .50 after 1.00/1 Whole Deal coupon.
Stonyfield Farm yogurt is 4/$3. Use the 1.00/4 in Go Organic booklet from Kroger to get them for .50 each.
Wild Oats organic fruit spread is 2.00, which isn't awesome but definitely the cheapest I've found in awhile.
Annie's cereal is 2.24 a box, which is more than 50% off the shelf price.
Westbrae Organic canned green beans are 2/1.99 (50% off).
Annie's bunny crackers are 3/$7, and you can print a coupon for .75/1
to get a box for 1.58 which is just ridiculously cheap. (Thanks to
for posting that link!)
is on sale. I stocked up on that and on Oscillococcinum (which wasn't on sale, but there were coupons) since we're dealing with a compromised immune system over here (flu AGAIN, folks).
Total for 31 items after sales but before coupons: 70.95
30.06 of my total was medicine. Sigh.
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