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Smiths: Spent $6.40- GREAT FOOD STORAGE SALE!


Pretty good for $6.40 right??  Smith's has a great sale going on that requires you to buy 10 items to get the sale price.  Go here for an awesome list!

Annie's Mac & Cheese varieties are on sale for .99 wyb 10 participating items, and I had a bunch of .75/2 coupons that were on a display awhile back.  I knew they would come in handy. :):)

If your close to the 9th and 9th store they had .50/1 stickers on the Quick Cook Pasta!  FREE!!  I only had one coupon with me, but grabbed some more since they all had coupons attached. :)  They were just beggin' to be "bought".  I can't remember the last time I paid money for pasta. ---by the way, this picture was taken AFTER I grabbed some. :)


The Honest Ade also had coupons right there for the taking.  They are .75 wyb 10 participating items.  The coupons were for $1/2 so .25 each.  I only bought two.
Hopefully they are good. :)

Note:  Stove Top and Pudding are two of my favorite foods.  Throw in a corn dog and I'm slappin' my belly with a smile on my face ...lol
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Comments

Anonymous said…
i LOVE Honest Ade. Yummy! I don't drink soda or milk so I love finding an alternative to water. i can't wait to stock up at smith's. i have $.50/1 coupons and also a bunch of B1G1F. Your favorite foods crack me up :)
-darcie
Miranda said…
I got an Honest Ade and 2 Honest Tea for free the other day at publix. It was "Ok" but a little bland for my taste buds. But Free is Free huh :)
Free always taste's a little better..lol Can't wait to try it now. I've actually never heard of it before I saw it at the store today. I'm a daredevil. :)
I don't know if Smiths has these coupons or not - but I've been getting the Annie's mac n cheese free with $1/2 coupons. They're found on the back of a little yellow pamphlet in the produce section, usually around the Optimum Wellness magazines.
Also some stores(at least King Soopers and Krogers) have been putting out B4G1 coupons on Stove Top displays.
I've stocked up on a ton of stuff too, woohoo!
Wow! That's really good! Really pays to look around the store for coupon gems. Thank you! I'll be on the look out.

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