Quaker Instant Oatmeal: 5/$5
Used $3/5 Quaker Coupon: 40¢ each
(2) Lipton Tea: $2.50 (reg. $4.99)
Used $1/2 MF coupon: $2 each
Skippy Peanut Butter: $1.50 (reg. $3.29)
Used $1/2 MF coupon + doubler: 50¢ each
Bagel Bites: $1.99 (reg. $2.79)
Used $1/1 MF coupon + Albie's doubler: FREE
Ronzoni Healty Harvest Pasta: $1.69 (reg. $2.39)
Used $1/1 MF coupon + Albie's doubler: 69¢ each
Total Spent: $8.37
Total Savings: $37.21
This picture isn't too impressive, but I shouldn't have to buy granola bars for at least 6 months!
(35) Boxes of Quaker Chewy Granola Bars: $1 each (reg. $3.49)
Used (7) $3/5 Quaker Products coupons: 40¢ each!
(5) Containers of Quaker Oatmeal: $1 each (reg. $4.99)
Used (1) $3/5 Quaker Products coupon: 80¢ each
Total Spent: $18
Total Saved: $129.10!
If you are wondering where I got all of these Quaker coupons, I ordered them on Ebay. I was going to try and get the $1/2 coupons, but I kept getting out bid and was worried about not receiving them in time. Also, since I know I would be buying a huge stockpile of granola bars I didn't want to do multiple transactions using doublers. Not cool when buying so many granola bars!
I checked with my store before buying this many at once. I offered to special order them, but they told me not to worry about it, as they had just received a huge shipment and were expecting more. (If you plan to stockpile these, make sure to take into consideration their expiration date, which is about six months.)
You still can take advantage of this sale through Tuesday. Even if you don't have coupons, $1 each isn't a bad price for Quaker products. But make sure to keep an eye out for the new Quaker instant oatmeal coupon in the Value Your Heart booklet that has been found at several Albertsons' locations.