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My Cereal Stock Up Today


This morning, I went to Target and Smith's for, among other things, cereal. Both stores have AWESOME cereal deals this week! I decided to just take a picture of the cereal this time. I have 15 boxes that I purchased today. Total cost? $6 plus tax!!! Nice! Each box was .40.
Go here to see how I did the Quaker deal at Smith's.
Go here to see how to do the Kellogg's deal at Target.

Also, it is being reported that, although the Smith's ad states one $5 off deal per transaction, many people have been able to do multiple sets (10 or 15 boxes) of cereal at a time and the $5 is coming off for each set of 5. I did mine in 2 transactions, you may want to double check with your cashier beforehand.

Thanks, KrazyCouponLady!!

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Sarah said…
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Kori said…
Thanks, Sarah! Love your blog, what a great idea! We have linked up to yours :)

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