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Cereal Stock Up, 8 boxes for $1.93!

I'm a little embarrassed at how giddy this is making me.

I went to the store tonight and did 2 transactions. 

#1 bought 4 boxes of Wheaties Fuel $7.96
used (4) .75/1 printables found here
used .75 ecoupon here 
with my student discount (they take 5% off) my total came to $4.05!!
THEN the sweet $4 catalina prints!!  WAHOO!

#2 bought 4 boxes of Raisin Bran $7.88
I also bought a book of stamps $8.80
= $13.68
Subtract $4.00
= $9.68
THEN a $3 catalina prints!!!  Seriously giddy....Im a dork.

So taking out the stamps, it works out to be 8 boxes for about $1.93!


Noelle said…
That is awesome! I love getting excited about my deals too :)

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