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Another Bread Store Review

Remember my Bread Store vs. Grocery Store review? Well, it was time again to get some more bread, so I decided to try the Sara Lee Bakery Outlet this time. Here is what I bought:There are 7 loaves of bread, 1 pkg tortillas, 2 pkgs hotdog buns, 1 pkg hamburger buns, 1 pkg mini bagels, and 3 small treats.

Total paid? $15.04
Can't do that at the grocery store! :)

Here are the prices I found:

Many of the regular Sara Lee breads were 10/$10
Farm Bread - 10/$10
Earthgrains bread - 6/$9
Sara Lee hot dog buns - .80 (for a 16 pack!!!)
Tortillas - $1.25
Mini bagels - $1.00

Their mini treats were priced at .80, but several had a BOGO free on them.

And, the best part? When you spend over $10 you get something free from "the rack". I ALWAYS spend $10 when I go to the bread store! And, it wasn't just cheapo stuff, either - they had bags of bagels or loaves of the "good" bread! (So, I opted for another loaf :) )

If you haven't tried out the bread stores, give them a try!


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