Triple coupons

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Harris Teeter is tripling coupons again – YAY! I LOVE triple coupons!

This morning my alarm went off at 5, and I was able to get out the door by 6:15. That was a bit of a surprise, lol. From now on, I will always try to go first thing like that. The shelves were stocked, the store was quiet, there aisles weren’t filled with rude people. . .it was great.

I didn’t think I had that many coupons, but after my first trip, I guess there’s more than I thought. There were several things I didn’t get to (there’s a 20 coupon limit). It’s ok – the things I got today were mostly the free things that likely won’t be in stock later in the weekend.

I spent $6.52, and saved $37.90. That works for me!

One thing I thought was really neat was that since the sour cream was on sale, I got an additional $.80 off for each carton I bought. There were a few other things that weren’t free, so that balanced out really well.

Gerber keeps sending me coupons, and that makes jars of baby food about $.10 each. Nice. I’ve been making baby food myself, so I tried to get kinds that I don’t usually make myself. The empty jars will be nice to be able to reuse too.

Stephen will drive by a HT tomorrow on his way home from work, so I’ll send some coupons with him. Then when we’re in town Saturday, I’m hoping to stop by again.

My favorite though is probably the oatmeal. We go through old fashioned oats like crazy, and I have coupons for it. The best part? It’s on sale, making it completely free with coupons.

I love couponing!

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6 thoughts on “Triple coupons”

  1. Laurie, it is nice. I should probably clarify some though – HT won’t give you cash, but they do take that amount off your total order. So I did have to pay a little overall, but they reduced my order by that much per carton. Nice, huh?

  2. Melody,

    What a great deal! I love it when they pay you to cart something out of the store!

    Many years ago, I made baby food for my son, too. It’s a lot of work sometimes, but oh, so worth it!

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