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Monday, August 8, 2011

Whole Foods Trip 8/8

In accordance with my recent goal of trying to eat organic, I thought that I should try a shot at couponing at Whole Foods.  I was able to make some great savings BUT since we had schlepped all the way over there (15 min drive) we also picked up some organic goodies that are not (on sale) easy to find at Publix.  Anyways, here's what I got...

(5) bags of Late July Chips on sale at 3/$4 or $1.33 each
- (5) $1/1 Printable Coupon HERE
FINAL PRICE: $1.65 for all 5 bags!

(2) Baked Variety of Kettle Chips (They don't have these at my Publix!!) on sale @ $2
- (2) $1/1 Baked Kettle Chips Q from 8/7
FINAL PRICE: $2 for 2 bags

(6) Nature's Path Toaster Pastries boxes on sale at 2/$5 (#6 Organic Obsession!)
- (3) $1.50/2 Printable MQ HERE
- (3) $1.50/2 Whole Foods Coupons HERE
FINAL PRICE: $6 for all 6 boxes!!

(2) Cartons of Naked Coconut juice $1.99 (#4 Organic Obsession!)
- (2) $1/1 Printable Coupon HERE
FINAL PRICE: $1 each

Organic Quinoa on sale @ $3.79/lb
- Bought 0.89 lbs for $3.37

EelRiver Acai Organic Beer $3.99 (Reg. Price)

365 4pk of Toilet Paper
- Manager gave it to us for FREE since they didn't carry the Seventh Generation ones we were looking for!

In the end, we paid $19.27 (including tax) for $37.37 worth of organic goods!  That's 50% savings!  

Not amazing savings when compared to the typical 80% savings most couponers are used to when buying (for lack of a better word) crappy food, but still pretty awesome.  I did have some full priced items we splurged on but I'm still proud of our savings :-)


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