Whew! It was a pretty boring week for Albertsons until those doublers showed up on Sunday! I just wanted to do a quick post with what I got this week! I found a whole stack of doublers at my Albertsons cust. service desk so I grabbed 3!
8 cans of Campbells Soup - Cream of Mushroom and Chicken - $.75 each
2 cans of Cheddar Cheese Soup - $1.00 each
- used 2 $1.00 off 4 Printables
- used $.40 off 2 Campbells soups (now expired)
- used 3 doublers (-$2.40)
Final Price: $3.20! Plus I got a catalina for 200 bonus soup labels to donate to a school!!
2 Darigold Sour Creams - used my raincheck from last week to get them for $.99 each
Organic Bananas - $1.80
Bag of No Yolk Noodles - $1.29 (realized later that the register charged me $1.49 :( )
Sub Total: $5.27
- used 2 $.40 off 1 Darigold blinkie coupons found by the sour cream!
- used $.75 off 1 No Yolks coupon from 3/7 SS insert
- used 3 doublers (-$1.55)
Final Price: $2.17
Free noodles and $.20 each for the sour creams! Woot!
2 bags No Yolks - rang up correctly at $1.29!
4 more cans of soup
Sub Total: $5.58
- used $1.00 off 4 soup printable
- used 2 $.75 off No Yolks coupons
- used 3 Doublers (-$3.50)
Final Price: $.58!! There was $.40 overage on the noodles so the soup was even cheaper!
Basically all together I spent $5.95 on all of that. Usually the cream soups are over $1.00 per can since they were only $.25 per can with this sale I stockpiled them. Now I should not have to buy cream soups for a long, LONG time! Same with the noodles, when they are free I get as many as I can because they don't go bad for 2 years. The most expensive item I bought was the bananas!
These prices are good through tonight at midnight. There are 3 doublers in next weeks ad though so I have a feeling there will be a lot more free or almost free products!!
Personal Note: I do buy my family wholesome foods other than condensed soups, noodles and crackers, etc! I know a lot of these super saver posts I do are a lot of processed foods, but these are not everyday items consumed in my household. We have a milk delivery service and I go to the store every week for fresh organic produce and meats. If an item I sometimes use goes on sale at a rock bottom price I would rather buy a lot of it and have it when I need it vs. running to the store and ending up spending $1.35 for one can of soup because I need it for a casserole. Plus, having a large stockpile enables me to be able to donate more to canned food drives!